And they’ve sweetened the deal with up to 70% off.
The new version gets a bump in screen size and charging power.
OK, it can be a lifesaver depending on how you use it.
Headphone company Monster Inc. seems to have adopted a new motto: If it’s weird, don’t fix it. Or at least that’s their mentality behind Consumer Electronics Show press conferences.
The Heavyweight Division. It used to define the sport of boxing when talents like Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, Larry Holmes, and “Iron” Mike Tyson, were running things. Yes, for about four decades, all was well. Then the talent shifted to lower weight classes, and it’s pretty much been a ghost town since Tyson walked away from the squared circle. However, if you grew up in the 1980s and ’90s, and you’re feeling a little nostalgic, you might be surprised to discover that a few of the old-timers are still mixing it up (one way or another). Here are the five heavyweights that you won’t believe are still boxing.
Garbage Pail Kids were awesome trading cards that came out in the 1980s in response to Cabbage Patch Kids, which were stupid dolls. GPK were silly, vile, and offensive. Naturally, we loved them.