Get a Dyson Cordless Vacuum for $150 Right Now

By now, you should know the drill. Our readers love Dyson vacuums, but they’re expensive. But luckily, they go on sale pretty regularly and that’s when you should buy them. Today’s one of those days. Pick up a refurbished Dyson V6 Motorhead Cordless Vacuum for just $150 from Amazon’s Gold Box.

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The Fight Over Who Really Found the First Exoplanet

Astronomers are almost ready to declare the winner of a decades-old planetary race.

The Grim Origins of ‘Gluten-Free’

It took an act of war for doctors to learn how to treat celiac disease.

20 Things You Didn’t Know About Rainbows

Everyone sees their own rainbow, and the number of colors in yours may be different from mine.

How to Watch the Lyrid Meteor Shower Monday Night

Monday night the Lyrid’s meteor shower is going to light up the night’s sky. The meteor shower actually runs for 10 days from April 16-26th, but its peak is April 22-23rd.

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When to Book the Cheapest Memorial Day Flights

Memorial Day is coming up in just a few short weeks. If you’re planning a getaway for the weekend, then now’s the time to start looking at flights.

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How to Livestream Coachella Sunday

The second weekend of Coachella is happening now in the California desert. If you happen to be on the other side of the county or even the other side of the world you can still catch some of the action.

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Get Back Some of Inbox’s Features With Darwin Mail

If you, like many of us, have been missing Google’s Inbox since it shut down last year, Darwin Mail might be a good replacement. The service works with your Gmail account to bring many of the best features of Inbox back to your inbox.

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How to Virtually Visit 31 National Parks Using Google Maps

All of the National Parks in the United States are free to visit today thanks to the start of National Park Week.

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Celebrate Earth Day with Citizen Science

Earth Day is April 22, 2019 so take a moment to celebrate our environment and learn more about the biodiversity around us. The first Earth Day was in 1970, and was started to bring attention to environmental protection and preservation. We've selected a few projects related to environmental protection and a global event to participate in, the City Nature Challenge, to encourage focusing on the details and appreciating local biodiversity by taking pictures with the iNaturalist app! Have a w

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