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$59 adapter adds Bluetooth to your wired Bose noise cancelling headphones

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You made a huge investment when you bought your wired Bose QuietComfort 25 or QuietComfort 15 headphones. If you decide you want to make the jump to wireless, should you really have to spend another $ 300+? Check out the AirMod Wireless Bluetooth Adapter for Bose QuietComfort Headphones, which is available for both the Bose QuietComfort 25 and the QuietComfort 15 headphones. Just unplug your wire from the headphones and connect the AirMod adapter in its place. It looks OEM, and it adds great-sounding wireless audio in an instant.

Here are some of the details highlights on Amazon’s product page:

  • UNWIRE AND UPGRADE your Bose QC 25 or QC 15 headphones to wireless functionality using this airMod bluetooth adapter
  • Apple + Android Compatible: easily access the controls (volume, song skip etc.) and still enjoy the serenity of the headsets noise cancellation feature
  • PLAY ON, the internal battery provides up to 8 hours of uninterrupted playback and talk time
  • Built-in mic and controls makes switching from phone calls to music a breeze (apple / android compatible)
  • What you get: The airMod wireless adapter, Charging cable, User guide and our 18 Month Guarantee supported by our friendly customer care team.

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Drop the beat: renowned photographer Lyle Owerko adds his Boombox series to the mix at artrepublic

Described by some as a ‘cultural anthropologist’, California-based photojournalist Lyle Owerko documents everything from African tribal culture to overlooked everyday objects, following his curiosity to bring viewers a fresh perspective.

If you’ve been watching the Netflix series The Defiant Ones recently, you’ll have an appreciation for the innovators and artists who were intrinsic to the rise of hip-hop. You’ll also be far more aware of the various mediums used to share and market this particular musical and cultural dialogue, including the speakers and headphones that were developed to hear the beats and bass as intended by producers such as Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine.

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But Dre, Beats and Apple are far from the only individuals and brands interested in the hardware and tech associated with the music industry. Artists in other arenas are too. Step up Lyle Owerko – the New York-based photographer and filmmaker who is known for his on-the-ground coverage of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center – his image The Second Plane later graced the cover of TIME magazine – as well as editorial and fine art photographic projects created during his global travels. But that’s not all.

Lyle Owerko Boombox series Owerko also has a real passion for music, saying ‘I can’t create art – sometimes I can’t even think – unless I have music on.’ For him, a device to play music in his studio or wherever he is working is crucial. And that is where the photographer’s interest in the boombox began. ‘It isn’t just an audio device, it’s an icon of many types of movements,’ he says in the trailer that accompanies his book, The Boombox Project: The Machines, The Music And The Urban Underground. For Owerko, the boombox, aka the ghetto blaster or jam box, is an object of empowerment; it offered a way to open up the dialogue of a generation and brought that quite literally to the streets, not only via hip-hop and rap, but also punk, thrash metal, pop and guitar anthems.

This view of the boombox – as an object of rebellion and empowerment – led to Owerko seeking out and documenting a whole host of models from their peak period of use, the 1980s, to form a photographic documentary. And, as we welcome Lyle Owerko into our family of artrepublic artists, we are delighted to be able to share some of these prints with you in the gallery.
Lyle Owerko Boombox series

As the photographer points out, each of these boomboxes has a personality. There is a story attached to every one of them, and no two models are the same. Shot against a plain white backdrop, the tech begins to speak for itself (not quite Transformers style, don’t worry). From the dulled chrome finish and multiple dials of one to the matte-black dual cassette decks and primary-colour highlights of another, each is an example of industrial design and contemporary (1980s) engineering. More than that though, they are – in Owerko’s words – the battle shields of a generation. A boombox declares its owner’s tastes and the urban and musical tribe they associated with.
Lyle Owerko Boombox series

And just like that, you begin to understand the photographer’s interest in them. Each individual boombox holds a story, collectively they contain a history – of technological  innovation as well as of a series of cultural and musical conversations that changed the face of the music industry. You’re not just seeing a chunky, dated tape deck any more, are you? You can thank the curiosity of Lyle Owerko for that.

See more of the photos from Owerko’s Boombox Project, and start your own dialogue with our art advisors, in the gallery  or online from 19th May.

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$39 device adds a real head-up display (HUD) to any car without using your phone

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Plastic mounts that turn your smartphone into a makeshift head-up display (HUD) are very neat, but not everyone wants their iPhone or Android handset tied up when they drive. Also, the resulting display isn’t on your windshield like a real HUD. If you want the real deal without spending $ 50,000 on a luxury car with a built-in HUD, you’ve got to check out the Yonda Head Up Display on Amazon. It’s easy to install and it works great, plus it doesn’t require you to stick one of those ugly pieces of reflective film to your windshield in order to be visible.

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Carnage in Kabul adds to US challenges in Afghanistan

Afghanistan has observed a day of mourning for the 103 people killed in the bombing of a Kabul hospital on Saturday. It was the latest in a sequence of devastating attacks, underlining the difficulties the Trump administration faces as it reiterates Washington’s security commitment in Afghanistan.


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Disney Casts Newcomer in ‘Artemis Fowl’ Lead Role, Adds Josh Gad Too

Disney Casts Newcomer in 'Artemis Fowl' Lead Role, Adds Josh Gad Too

Fans of Kenneth Branagh's Murder on the Orient Express will have to wait awhile for its sequel, Death on the Nile, because the actor/director is heading into his next family friendly effort for Disney. Branagh is set to helm the adaptation of the best-selling YA fantasy novel Artemis Fowl — described as "Die Hard with fairies" — and he's just cast the eponymous lead character with an unknown.

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Strong people doing strong things. Muddled under a Bible-length explanation of what professional wrestling is – a soap opera, live theater, a stunt show – that's what it all boils down to in the simplest. That's also why WWE star Braun Strowman's 2017 rise has been one of the

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TORCH SONG, Starring Michael Urie, Adds Final Week at Second Stage Theater

Due to overwhelmingly strong ticket sales, the critically acclaimed production of Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song has added one final week of performances, announced Second Stage Theater Carole Rothman, Artistic Director Casey Reitz, Executive Director. The production will now play through Saturday, December 9 and will not be able to extend further.
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Arianna Huffington Adds a Do-Not-Disturb Sign to Your Samsung Phone

There is nothing radical about most digital media or technology–at least in the sense that it doesn’t make us do things we wouldn’t ordinarily do. It just helps us do them better.

Facebook didn’t invent making friends. It just does a good job–or, rather a comprehensive one–of letting friends (and bare acquaintances) keep track of one another’s lives, thoughts, and high school crushes. Twitter didn’t invent news or gossip or puppy videos. It just spreads them faster. Airbnb didn’t invent sleepovers. It just helps us have them at strangers’ homes instead.

And Thrive Global, the wellness-crusading company that new media czarina Arianna Huffington founded nearly a year ago, didn’t invent downtime. But a new app the startup has created makes that precious commodity much easier to secure.

The app, with the eponymous name of “Thrive,” was designed for all Samsung devices and will be available for download, starting in December, exclusively through the Samsung Galaxy Store–an announcement Huffington made onstage today in front of a sold-out crowd attending the Samsung Developer Conference at San Francisco’s Moscone Center.

So what does this app do? It helps you turn off your phone. Now, if that sounds minor, just ask yourself this: “When was the last time you did it?”

The Thrive app has several “modes” to help you disconnect in different ways. Switch into “Thrive Mode,” for instance, and your phone will thoughtfully lock you out for whatever amount of time you choose–squelching notifications, text messages and phone calls, except from the loved ones you preselect to be on your “VIP list.”

If you want, you can end your nirvana session early–that is, unless you opt for “Super Thrive Mode.” Here, there’s no going back. Essential for true work addicts who don’t trust themselves to turn off, even for a few minutes. There’s a scheduler, too, where you can set up regular daily or weekly bouts of quiet time. (The whole thing is rather elegantly designed, I might add, in a soothing moon glow sort of way.)

Among Thrive’s scariest modes, though, is its “App Control” setting, which reveals how much time you actually spend on Instagram, Twitter, or “Clash of Clans.” And, yes, Thrive lets you set time limits here as well–or block some games or social media drugs altogether.

Huffington has been on a holy war to end our aching emotional, physical, and spiritual burnout. “And one of the big accelerators of burnout is our addiction to our cellphones,” Huffington told me in a recent interview at Fortune‘s Most Powerful Women Summit in Washington, D.C. “We need to address that. Because the truth is your day, my day, most people’s day never ends. You have to declare an artificial end of the day and the symbol of that is turning off your phone.”

And given how addicting our personal, always accessible technoceuticals are, that ain’t easy.

Tristan Harris, the former Google “Design Ethicist” who once worked as a magician, wrote a compelling essay last year on “How Technology is Hijacking Your Mind…” He argues that our phones, social media, and games use a psychological lure called intermittent variable rewards. He writes:

“If you want to maximize addictiveness, all tech designers need to do is link a user’s action (like pulling a lever) with a variable reward. You pull a lever and immediately receive either an enticing reward (a match, a prize!) or nothing. Addictiveness is maximized when the rate of reward is most variable.”

“That’s why we need to set boundaries,” says Huffington. “The Thrive app is designed to help us monitor our addiction.”

We can do that by descending into silos, perhaps. Internally, in fact, Huffington and her team called the app “silo” for a while, she says, but the word has negative implications.

“We had lots of back-and-forths on whether the app should be the same name as the company,” Marc Mathieu, the chief marketing officer of Samsung Electronics, tells me in an interview. “But what Arianna has developed is not just a trick–it’s a philosophy, it’s a point of view, it’s a platform.” And “Thrive” is what that philosophy-pov-platform is. (For more on that, see “Dream Catcher,” the story I wrote on the day of Thrive Global’s launch last November.)

Indeed, as I think of it, there is something “radical” about Thrive. That’s because it does, in my view, have the power to get us to do something we wouldn’t ordinarily do–and that’s brag about resting.

As Huffington says, so many of us in the modern age seem to compete to see who can keep their engines revved the hottest, longest, and most intensely.

That’s why my favorite setting in the Thrive app is what the programmers modestly call “Bi-directional Communication.” That option tells anyone and everyone who texts or calls you that you’re busy unplugging.

It’s a subtle message, yes. But with those few words repeated millions of times, Huffington hopes to foment a revolution. God bless her.


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Google Maps goes interplanetary, adds Pluto, Venus, and a bunch of moons

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When it comes to maps, Google has already conquered Earth. Whether you need a bird’s eye view of your neighborhood or a street-level glimpse at a storefront half the world away, Google can deliver it in seconds. So it’s no wonder that after doing pretty much everything it possibly can to map our home planet, it set its sights skyward, and today the company announced it has added a total of 12 new worlds to Google Maps.

The all-new destinations include a whole host of moons scattered around our Solar System, including Europa, Titan, and the frigid Enceladus. Also on the list are the nearby Venus and the once-planet Pluto, and you can explore all of them with nearly the same freedom as the more remote areas of the Earth. You’ll have to excuse the lack of Street View support for now, but Google is probably working on that as we speak.

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Kobe Bryant Adds to His Challenges, Calling Upon Giannis Antetokounmpo & John Wall

Kobe Bryant made waves on Twitter earlier this week after handing out a few different challenges to the likes of Richard Sherman, Kendrick Lamar, and DeMar DeRozan. From personal accolades in their respective fields to bringing change to their communities, those called upon the Black Mamba have all been quite receptive of the challenges. Now, Bryant has added two more members to the mix, calling upon Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks and John Wall of the Washington Wizards.

In the first tweet, the five-time NBA champion challenged Antetokounmpo to win this year’s Most Valuable Player award. Doing so won’t be an easy task, as the young Bucks forward will have to beat out reigning MVP Russell Westbrook, along with former award winners Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, and LeBron James.  The second tweet was in response to Wizards fan account @WizardsTalk, in which he challenged Wall to make league’s First All-Defensive Team. The closest Wall has ever come to accomplishing this was back during the 2014-2015 NBA season, where he claimed a spot on the Second All-Defensive Team finishing behind Chris Paul and Tony Allen.

Do you think John Wall and Giannis Antetokounmpo have what it takes to meet Kobe’s challenges? Let us know in the comments.

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Barcelona adds Segway ban to curbs on tourism

As anti-tourist sentiment grows across Europe, the Catalan capital’s move is applauded by residents, with a new protest planned for the seaside neighbourhood

It was once dubbed the capital of cool, but these days visitors to Barcelona can expect a quite frosty welcome as the city’s love affair with tourism comes to a bitter end, with hooded youths spraying a tourist bus with slogans, and strike chaos at the city’s airport. On Wednesday, Segway tours and electric scooters were banned from the Old City and the seafront, in a move that will be applauded by most citizens.

The scooter and Segway issue is just one aspect of a widespread view that the city is becoming a theme park, run in the interests of tourists rather than residents, and that soaring rents, driven up by Airbnb and other platforms, are forcing residents out of their homes.

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Denzel Washington’s Crime Drama ‘Inner City’ Adds Joseph David-Jones (EXCLUSIVE)

Joseph David-Jones has joined the cast of Denzel Washington’s crime drama “Inner City,” written and directed by Dan Gilroy. Cross Creek will co-finance the film under its Sony deal, along with Charles King’s Macro and Lone Star Capital. Jennifer Fox is producing with Escape Artists’ Todd Black and Cross Creek’s Brian Oliver. Executive producers are… Read more »

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