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How Vivaldi’s New Android Browser Stacks Up Against the Competition

The highly-customizable web browser, Vivaldi, is now available in beta form on Android devices. We’ve tested the Android app and find it to be a very capable mobile browser with plenty of unique features—especially for Vivaldi desktop users—but having yet another great browser app on mobile raises some important questions. …

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Hands on with the 32.5-megapixel Canon EOS 90D DSLR

The EOS 90D is a new EF-mount camera with a 32.5 megapixel APS-C sensor. (Jeanette D. Moses/) This story originally published on Popphoto.com. Early this morning, Canon released news about a ton of forthcoming products, among them was the Canon EOS 90D, a new EF-mount camera with a 32.5 megapixel …

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Electric kettles to rely on when the weather gets cold

The Secura electric kettle comes with a completely stainless steel interior: pot, lid, spout, rim, and all. The 1,500 watts of heating power gets water hot, fast. The double-walled container also helps keep water warm for longer, with a cool-touch exterior that won’t burn your fingers after the water boils. …

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Asus ProArt Studiobook One: a $4000 GPU in a laptop

The ProArt Studiobook line sees Asus taking their expertise in making high-performance gaming computers and applying it to the world of professional laptops. But even if the Studiobook One forgoes the RGB lighting and styling of an ROG device, it still has a bit of that “performance at all costs” …

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How many planets can support life like Earth?

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Meet Our New Offspring Editor

Okay, so I’m not exactly brand new. If you’re a regular reader of Offspring, Lifehacker’s parenting vertical, chances are you’ve seen me lurking around the corner for the better part of the past year. I came on board last fall to fill in for our former editor, Michelle Woo, while …

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