This Ice Cube Trick Will Make Your Burgers Super Juicy

Juicy burgers that melt in your mouth are one of life’s greatest pleasures. If your patties often turn out tough and dry, this clever method might fix the problem.

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Find the Best Job for You With This Entertaining Brain Game App

iOS: If you’re looking for a new job, you can probably use all the help you can get. Job seekers, here’s a fun app that can support your search.

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Spectacular new satellite imagery of severe storms shows the atmosphere as a boiling, roiling cauldron of clouds

High-resolution animation from GOES-16: massive thunderstorms over southern Illinois, part of a sprawling, dangerous weather system A large swath of the nation's midsection has been hammered with torrential downpours. And the forecast calls for yet more, thanks to a low-pressure system pumping super-moist air into the region. With the ground already saturated, the sustained heavy rainfall is threatening major flooding from Oklahoma and Arkansas and up into Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.

Get a Massage Any Time You Want With This Discounted Shiatsu Pillow

Shiatsu pillows come around a lot, but it’s not everyday you find one with over 6,000 reviews and a #1 best seller status on Amazon. Today only, pick up this pillow for $32 and enjoy a massage anywhere you want.

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Secure Messaging App Showdown: WhatsApp vs. Signal

So, you’re interested in secure, encrypted chat apps. You have a few different choices, but as with any chat app, what all your friends are using is important. To that end, Signal and WhatsApp are easily the most popular. Here’s how they compare.

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Sunday’s Best Deals: Fitbit, Game of Thrones, Nonfiction eBooks, and More

Game of Thrones seasons 1-6 on Blu-ray, deals on nonfiction eBooks, a 40" refurb Vizio sound system, and more lead Sunday’s best lifestyle deals.

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A columnist makes asinine arguments on climate change, prompting scientists to cut their noses, spiting our faces

The cure for false speech is more truth telling — not less speech. In his first piece as an op ed columnist for the N.Y. Times, Bret Stephens rightly decries hyperbole in discussion about climate change. Then he makes seemingly reasonable arguments that turn out to be asinine. My reaction? Yawn. It's quite doubtful that he will move the needle of public opinion on climate policy in the United States beyond the noise of natural variability. And I'm pretty darn sure that what he says in hi

Any Ban on Killer Robots Faces a Tough Sell

Fears of a Terminator-style arms race have already prompted leading AI researchers and Silicon Valley leaders to call for a ban on killer robots. The United Nations plans to convene its first formal meeting of experts on lethal autonomous weapons later this summer. But a simulation based on the hypothetical first battlefield use of autonomous weapons showed the challenges of convincing major governments and their defense industries to sign any ban on killer robots. In October 2016, the Ch

Clocker Crams a World Clock into Your Menu Bar

Mac: Your Mac has a world clock built into it, but it’s relegated to the Notification Center and stuck in analog for some reason. Clocker lets you jam that world clock into the menu bar, where’s it’s easily accessible.

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Is Trader Joe’s Pour-Over Bag the Ultimate in Coffee Convenience?

People who really love their coffee are always looking for ways to drink good coffee in spaces that are not conducive to brewing good coffee, and Trade Joe’s seeks to fill this need with a handy little brew-in-the-bag coffee pouch, complete with spout.

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