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Sleep like a Time Lord with 'Doctor Who' bedding

Allons-zzzz! Have sweet dreams with this stylish bedding featuring the Tardis and elegant Gallifreyan symbols. Sadly, these sheets won't bend space and time so you can snooze longer.

By November 28, 2015


Things get weird when you check your snail mail like your email

What if you obsessively checked your snail mail just like you constantly check your phone for email and social-media updates? This amusing video shows you just how strange things would get.

By December 1, 2015


Get a Gogroove Bluetooth speaker alarm clock for $39.99

This phone-friendly nightstand accessory features NFC, USB, a remote and more. It normally sells for $55. Plus: free Starbucks!

By October 20, 2015


Marvel's 'Jessica Jones' drinks and fights in new Netflix trailers

Barroom brawls and destroyed alarm clocks reveal that Jessica Jones doesn't drink well with others and hates mornings. We'll see her in action on Netflix starting on November 20.

By October 1, 2015


How to enable Nightstand Mode on your Apple Watch

With Watch OS 2, your Apple Watch now doubles as an alarm clock.

By September 21, 2015


JetComfy pillow has extendable arm for in-flight nap ninjas

Trying to snooze in a cramped airline seat? You can use this pillow that cradles your face and keeps you from drooling on your neighbor.

By August 31, 2015


Set snooze times for notifications in OS X Mavericks

You can select from a number of different snooze times for notification alerts in the latest version of OS X.

By January 2, 2014


See a mad inventor's high-voltage ejector bed in action

A new video from mad inventor Colin Furze shows his latest creation, a bed that ejects snoozers when it's time to wake up, in action. One thing's for sure. This guy will never oversleep again.

By July 30, 2015


Stop your gadgets from keeping you awake at night

Staying up late with your tablet or phone can rob you of a good night's sleep. Fight back with these tips.

By July 21, 2015


Lack of sleep makes it harder to read people's faces

Researchers find that your brain must work overtime to see how other people are feeling when you're running on less sleep -- and not because you have trouble keeping your eyes open.

By July 16, 2015