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The #TNW2018 build-up is in full swing 👷‍♂️ 4.5 days left! See you at the Opening Party on Wednesday?

It's not a pigeon, it's Captcha being a douche


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This fancy wine needle opens your wine bottles without a corkscrew.

Our gadget inspector Callum gave it a whirl to see how it works. It escalated pretty quickly.

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Under 30 and working in digital? Join our Young Creators network and get your ticket to #TNW2018 for just €95,-! More info at the link in our bio

Earlier this year, Amazfit, a brand from‘s wearable tech supplier Huami, launched its Bip #smartwatch to beat out the competition on price and battery life. For $100, the Bip brings a large color display, a battery that can keep going for up to 45 days on a single charge, fitness tracking capabilities, and the ability to display notifications from your phone. But how does it compare to similarly priced devices, and other smartwatches? Our very own @abhimanyughoshal strapped it on for a few weeks to see if it’s all that. Click on the link in our bio to see how it stacks up to its competitors 👆

When someone says you can’t sell their data without their consent




This handy tool makes home improvement way easier

We made a list of dank beats to celebrate 4/20
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@dell’s XPS 13 has been the darling of the @windows laptop world for a while now, thanks to sleek design, commendable performance and top-notch battery life. The latest iteration is faster, sexier, and more portable. This time around, the screen’s bezels are slimmer than before. The body is beautifully machined from a block of aluminum, and the palm rest is made from a new Dell-developed material, called woven glass. Plus you’ll find several neat little design details to appreciate all over the XPS, like the sleek speaker grilles, the slim profile (it measures 11.6mm at its thickest), and the beautiful finish on the lid. The 2018 XPS comes with your choice of a Full HD or 4K touchscreen Cinema display, which supports HDR, making text, photos, and video look bright and crisp even from a distance. It alsooffers three USB-C ports, two of them Thunderbolt 3 ports, and one USB 3.1 And while we appreciate that Dell is trying to drag us into a USB-C-only future, we’re not quite there yet… And all of this will cost ya: ranging from $1,000 for the starter model to up to $2,050 for all the bells and whistles. To read @abhimanyughoshal’s full review of the Dell’s #XPS13, head over to the link in our bio 👆

This MIT invention will change the way we interact with our devices

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