Chances are, you've encountered an awful snorer at some point in your life. Maybe it was that person you sat next to on a trans-Atlantic flight. Maybe it was your old college roommate. Maybe it's your partner. Who knows? Maybe it's you.
Forget Shark Week, it’s Bark Week on Mashable. Join us as we celebrate all the good dogs, which we humans do not deserve.
Most of us already spoil our dogs. But how can we deny them? After all, they are all, objectively speaking, very good
Remember when you promised yourself that 2018 would be the year you'd get back into jogging, master Crow Pose, and feel healthier and stronger than you've ever felt before?
If you've been slacking on those goals, you might need a little boost to get
You can learn a lot from a zombie Nintendo console if you pay close enough attention.
The "Neon Advance," sort of a reanimated corpse of an old handheld gaming system, made the rounds on video game blogs like Kotaku and Nintendo Life earlier this
When you start researching video streaming devices, the first ones you'll find will likely be Apple TV, Google Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV. Between those three there's a decent price range, so your search can just stop there, right?
Anker is running a great deal on Amazon today, with four of their hottest devices for the car on sale. Keep phones charged, locate your vehicle in a crowded lot, record accidents, and more with these gadgets:
Dual charger —$14.89
Law enforcement agencies — despite protests from privacy advocates — have long lobbied to get access to your smartphone.
Now a mysterious U.S. startup called Grayshift — which reportedly has an ex-Apple security engineer on staff
'Ulla' is a small, light-up device that reminds you to stay hydrated. Just stick it onto a reusable bottle. If you're not drinking enough, it will blink to let you know when it's time to sip. You can purchase 'Ulla' here for $25.00 here. Read more
Sous vide: That plastic bag cooking thing that you've seen all over the internet and are confused as hell about. It may look complicated, but it's actually almost too easy — all you need is a pot, and a Ziploc bag, and a sous vide device.
Having an office job is bomb on days when you're tired and just want to chill, but sedentary life for 40+ hours a week can put serious strain on your bodyLong periods of sitting reduces blood flow to your legs, increasing the risk of atherosclerosis
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