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How to Finally Catch Up on Your Read-It-Later Backlog

The internet’s a big place and growing all the time—it’s no surprise that many of us rely on a read-it-later tool to stockpile articles and posts we just don’t have time to get to immediately. That’s fine, to a point, but these reading lists can quickly spiral out of control to daunting lengths. » 8/25/15 1:40pm 8/25/15 1:40pm

How To Save Anything To Pocket From Anywhere On The Web

Pocket is one of the best 'read-it-later' services on the Web, though it has evolved beyond its core Instapaper-style functionality to offer a broader range of tools. One of its key features is the way in which you can save almost anything from almost any platform. Here are the key shortcuts to use on the Web and on… » 10/06/14 12:33pm 10/06/14 12:33pm

Facebook Adds a Save Button Since There's Too Much Crap on Your News Feed

Over the years, Facebook has slowly morphed from a voyeur's wet dream into what is now essentially a popularity-based RSS feed. And since there's only so many listicles one can read in a day, Facebook just added a "Save" feature that compiles all your readables for viewing at your leisure. » 7/21/14 1:14pm 7/21/14 1:14pm

Kodak Zi6 Might Be Best Pocket Camcorder Yet

Kodak's first entry into the pocket camcorder pool, the Zi6, may be the new king of cams. My lab assistants and I have done more scientific research in the field of cheap-ass camcorders than anyone we can name off the top of our heads. In my expert opinion, this is a winner, ready to unseat Pure Digital's original… » 7/10/08 12:01am 7/10/08 12:01am

3R Systems ViTiny Pocket Digital Microscope, for Viewing Pocket Fluff?

Well, it might be for viewing your pocket fluff, if you've got a scientific mind and it's interesting to you. This new 'scope is a little smaller and more portable than ones we've shown before and features 24-90x zoom, a 1.8-inch LCD, 2MB of internal memory and a 300,000-pixel CMOS sensor. If you like exploring the… » 6/10/08 4:38am 6/10/08 4:38am