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Most folks cross Rome’s Tiber River using one of the many bridges dotted along it. But an Italian performer has done his own thing, becoming the first person to cross via tightrope.
High-wire artist Andrea Loreni has just completed a 135-metre-long, illuminated tightrope walk across the Tiber, reports ABC.
Suspended on an LED-studded steel wire cable 20 metres above the river near the the Ponte Sant’Angelo Bridge, Loreni made his way ever so calmly to the other side. The feat was performed as part of Rome’s Biennale MArteLive 2017 cultural program. Read more…
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Being a Jedi is hard. After a long day of fighting bounty hunters, using the Force, and explaining to your friends that these aren’t the droids they’re looking for, you need to put your feet up and make yourself a stiff drink. But you can’t just make any old regular drink. No, you need something special. Something that tells the world “I have not succumbed to the Dark Side.” You need these Millennium Falcon ice molds.
We understand you want your rebellious teen to go to college, so we’ve laced this list of cool vape cloud GIFs with college application links so your son has to accidentally click at least one. Don’t worry, we won’t tell.
consumers interested in purchasing the Nokia 3310 3G (a modern retake on the
classic Nokia 3310 released way back in 2000) can now pre-order the phone through
Best Buy. Priced at $59.99, the Nokia 3310 3G is a dual SIM handset
that’s compatible with carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. It obviously
doesn’t have LTE, so 3G is the best you can get out of the device in terms of
The Nokia 3310 3G offers a solid body, a small 2.4-inch
screen with 240 x 320 pixels, a retro UI, and a 2 MP camera with LED flash. It
comes pre-installed with the legendary …
‘Moona’ is a water-based system that regulates the temperature of your pillow. It connects to an app that tracks your motion throughout the night, and adjusts the temperature accordingly. Cool water is pumped through the system to induce sleepiness, and warm water to gently wake you. Read more…
The iPhone X is a beautiful device, for sure. But let’s be fair here, after all the bezel-less phones we’ve seen this year, it’s hardly mind-blowing. So, it’s up to the X to wow us with features that will leave the competition in the dust or at least ones that would make our jaws pop for a minute or two. That’s not a hard ask for a $999 phone, is it?
Back in February, we took a look at Email by EasilyDo — an awesome smart email app, which makes things easier with customizable swipe gestures, easy unsibscribing from unwanted spam mail, algorithms that recognize shipping numbers or travel arrangements straight from the emails, and more.
Now, EasilyDo has changed its name to Edison Software and to promote its new, smart self, it has pushed a major update for the Email app — one that includes smart assistance features.
For one, it adds a new Smart Reply feature. Now, this doesn’t list an endless number of replies to pick from. Instead, …