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What Makes the Pixel’s Camera So Good? Software (and Lasers)

The Google Pixel is the best smartphone you can buy, thanks in part to its killer camera. But its photo smarts go beyond the specs. Like many of Google’s greatest hits, the magic’s in the algorithms.The Pixel offers compelling evidence that phones haven’t just...

Review: Balmuda The Toaster

For reasons that never became clear to me, my brother-in-law Gregory emailed over the summer suggesting that I review a toaster called the Balmuda available only in Japan and Korea. His subject line was persuasive. It read: “The Perfect Toaster.” recommends 2016 Balmuda The Toaster 8/10 Learn How...

Amazon launches its newest private label, Wickedly Prime

Amazons push into the private-label business continued this month, with the launch of its latest brand, Wickedly Prime. Unlike Amazons more recent entries in the private label space, such asHappy Belly, Mama Bear and Presto!, Wickedly Prime is the first brand since the debut...

Review: Joseph Joseph M-Cuisine Microwave Rice Cooker

Joseph Joseph is a brand known for rebooting typically mundane kitchen tools with smart designs and splashes of color. The company’s M-Cuisine line, as the name suggests, applies those standards to products meant for the microwave. The M-Cuisine portfolio includes colorful microwaveable bowls, popcorn...

Google Used To Ask These Interview Questions, But They’re So Tricky They Were Banned

Sometimes the hiring practices of even the most successful companies can feel outright wonky. There can be strange interview questions that seem to have no answers, and standards that will knock candidates out of the race right off the starting line. Google used to be a...
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