London-Based Stoa is Bringing Custom Arcade Cabinets to Your Home

Why it matters to you Owning an authentic arcade cabinet means a lot of upkeep and repairs. Stoa modernizes the experience for a modern home with its custom arcade cabinets. When many older gamers recall their gaming glory days, they think of the arcade, not the couch. While some cities may be lucky enough …

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Kobo's New Aura H2O Can Survive a Dunk in the Pool

Why it matters to you If you’re in the market for an affordable, durable new ebook reader, you might consider the Kobo Aura H2O. Ebook readers are not as popular as they once were. Sales fell from a record 23.2 million units in 2011 to 14.9 million units in 2012 …

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Best Analog-Inspired Photo Apps for Your iPhone and iPad

Photography has come a long way since the days of film. But, much like physical music media, analog photography has had quite the revival, largely thanks to the growth of film-inspired photography apps available for your iPhone and iPad. Here, we take a look at a few of our favorite film …

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Have Lunch With Tim Cook — If You Have $100,000 To Spare

Why it matters to you You’re probably not going to bid on this auction but it’s at least nice to see Tim Cook participating in charity-based events. Tim Cook has been auctioning off lunches with him for a few years now in partnership with Charitybuzz, with proceeds going straight to charity. …

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T-Mobile Plans to Roll Out 5G Capability by 2020

Why it matters to you T-Mobile just spent $8 billion on 600 Hz spectrum. Unsurprisingly, it’s going to use it for 5G. Leave it to T-Mobile, the rebellious self-coined “Un-carrier,” to make waves in the 5G space. On Tuesday, the Deutsche Telekom-owned operator pledged to launch nationwide 5G network in three years, with …

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