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The Lumo Lift offers a fresh alternative to other fitness trackers, but its limited features will disappoint anyone who wants to track multiple metrics.
With a remarkable amount of flexibility afforded by its well-implemented features, the Shark Rotator Powered Lift-Away is as easy to use as any full-size upright we've tested. To top it off, it cleans almost as well as vacuums that cost twice as much.
Contrary to its appearance as a real bargain, usability issues and subpar cleaning performance mar this Dirt Devil.
The Shark is a very good vacuum with solid construction and intuitive design. Other models may have performed better, but none of them can match this sweeper's value for the price.
Jeff discusses how MIT's new living bio-skin works in athletic clothing, where Google plans to deploy its Project Loon balloons in 2016 and why 3D-printed hair could mean better toys someday.
Google's Project Loon has previously tested their "Internet by balloon" experiment in locations like New Zealand and Chile, and now, it will take its services to Indonesia, where 2 out of 3 citizens don't have a regular online connection.
Google's parent company wants to connect remote regions to the Internet. Next stop: Southeast Asia.
An electrical engineer created a replica of Thor's hammer Mjolnir, but apparently he's the only one who can lift it.
This week on Crave, we clean the oceans with a 3D-printed bikini, try out a Bluetooth mood ring for dogs, and find out if we're worthy enough to lift an awesome replica of Thor's hammer. Probably not, but we can dream. It's the Crave show!