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The Kenu Stance Is A Tiny, Portable Tripod For Your Phone (With A Bottle Opener)

If you love taking pictures with your phone, or want to take time lapse videos with it, you could probably use a tripod, and the Kenu Stance gets the job done. It’s small enough to fold up and put on a keychain, has a bottle opener on one side and is surprisingly stable while being adjustable.

The Flying Freedom Desktop

Reader snovvcrash shared this customised desktop in our Desktop Showcase, and it makes us feel like flying too. Here’s how to get the same look on your computer.

Build A Multi-System Retro Game Controller That Works With Nintendo, Sega And Atari

A lot of us might prefer to use official controllers for retro games, but not everyone feels like having a ton of different controllers sitting around. Ben Heck decided to make a universal controller.

This Video Walks You Through The History Of The Battery

Batteries are something most of us use every day, but few of us really know much about where they come from. If you’re a DIYer, the evolution of components is an important facet of understanding how they work, and over at Adafruit, they have taken the time to teach just that in a quick video.

What Defunct Web Services Do You Miss?

You guys know what I still miss? Springpad. And, to some extent, Google Reader. What old, defunct web services do you miss?

Facebook Recommendations Let Your Friends Suggest Places For You To Go

Facebook’s making it easier to get recommendations from your friends with the new, appropriately-titled Recommendations feature. When you ask for suggestions for something, Facebook will map them out and show you more information about the businesses your friends suggest.

Why Battery Life Estimates Never Seem Accurate

Whether it’s a laptop, a tablet, or a smartphone, battery life estimates always seem like they’re totally wrong. How-To Geek explains why.

Annotable Is A Powerful Image Annotation Tool For iPhone With Zooming And Text Marking

iOS: Image annotation is one of those surprisingly useful tools on your iPhone, and while there’s a built-in option with iOS, you can’t do much with it. Annotable offers a ton of features for easy image markup.

The Trail Bend Desktop

Reader Spencer put together this custom desktop on his Mac with just the widgets and tools he wanted visible. The wallpaper is one of his own photos, but the rest is easy to get on your own if you want a similar look.

'A Sharper Scaling' Upscales Images Better Than Photoshop

Windows: A Sharper Scaling is a single-purpose app that increases the size of an image while preserving an impressive amount of detail. Compared to conventional image upscaling methods, A Sharper Scaling almost pulls off a magic trick.

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