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One of my favorite tech gadgets prevents me from ever losing my phone, wallet, or keys — and it only costs $35

I've been using three Tile devices for about a year.  They've helped alleviate one of my biggest frustrations — losing things — while simultaneously being the most low-maintenance tech gadgets I use.  Tiles never need to be charged, and their locations are automatically updated by the Tile user community.  The two types of Tile devices I use — the Tile Mate and Tile Style — cost $20 and $35 respectively. 

I hate to lose things. 

That probably says something about my personality (Type A) and the level of attachment I have to my possessions (high, it seems). 

But the fact remains that whenever I lose something, I feel frustrated at myself for being so careless. So over the course of the last year, I've been using a couple of Tile devices to keep track of my things.

See the incredible 57-year evolution of US spacesuits — and new models that will soon protect NASA astronauts

Space may be the final frontier, but it's also inaccessible — and deadly — to human beings without a good spacesuit.

For 57 years, NASA and US companies have met the call to protect high-flying astronauts who risk their lives in the name of exploration.

From the silvery suits of the 1950s and 1960s Mercury program to next-generation commercial and government designs, here's how astronauts' spacesuits have evolved over six decades.

All your favorite Netflix original shows that are coming back for another season

Netflix has begun to cancel shows, but that doesn't mean it's getting rid of your favorites.

Nearly 40 Netflix original series will be returning with new seasons in the near future.

Only a handful of the series have official release dates, including the upcoming premieres of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" and "Marvel's Luke Cage." 

But other hit Netflix shows like "Stranger Things" and "Mindhunter" have been renewed by the streaming service and are either currently in production or awaiting release.

For this list, we have only included renewed Netflix series that are yet to air, and we've included official release dates if applicable. We've excluded children's shows and reality series.

Here are the 38 Netflix original series that are coming back for another season:

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'Black Panther' wins the box-office for the 5th straight weekend — a first since 'Avatar' (DIS)

With an estimated $27.02 million, "Black Panther" won the box office for a fifth-straight weekend. It's the first movie to pull that off since 2009's "Avatar." "Black Panther" is projected to earn $461 million in profit after its theatrical run and all ancillaries are through.

Disney/Marvel's "Black Panther" has hit another box office milestone.

Winning the domestic box office this weekend with an estimated $27.02 million, according to boxofficepro, it marks the movie's fifth-straight week atop at No. 1. It's the first time a movie has pulled off that feat since the 2009 box office sensation, "Avatar."

It's also the first-ever comic book movie to do it.

The 24-year-old billionaire heiress to the Dell fortune left social media after exposing her family to security risks — here's her advice for teens on apps

Alexa Dell, the daughter of computer magnate Michael Dell, once posted an image to Instagram of her younger brother aboard the family's private jet. The "Rich Kids of Instagram" Tumblr blogged the image, and it went viral. Dell was forced to leave social media after exposing her family to security risks. Dell, now a 24-year-old startup advisor, has advice for teens on apps today.


Alexa Dell, 24, is the daughter of tech billionaire and entrepreneur Michael Dell. She grew up in Austin, Texas on a sprawling estate called "The Castle" with her parents and four siblings, and her father gave her an at-home masterclass on building world-changing technologies.

Here’s what’s wrong with bitcoin, according to 25-year-old Canadian rap artist Lil Windex

Last week, Canadian rap artist Lil Windex released a video called "Bitcoin Ca$h," which criticized the bitcoin core and praised bitcoin cash. In an interview with Business Insider, Lil Windex explained his commitment to bitcoin cash over bitcoin, his favorite cryptocurrency trading platforms, and why he thinks the bitcoin core are "a buncha lames."

Lil Windex, the mysterious Canadian cleaning-product themed rapper best known for his 2017 single "Cleanin Up," released another music video last week — and this time, his lyrical focus was centered on one of the most heated debates within the cryptocurrency community. 

Marco Rubio throws Facebook under the bus for allowing Trump-linked firm to take 50 million users' information in massive data 'breach'

Sen. Marco Rubio said he was "disturbed" by Facebook allowing Cambridge Analytica to collect the data of millions of unwitting users. He suggested Facebook hasn't been forthcoming to Congressional investigators, and accused the company of acting like it is above the law. The data firm is tied to the 2016 campaign of President Donald Trump, and is of interest to investigators in the Russia probe.

Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida tore into Facebook on Sunday in response to allegations that the social media company had allowed a data firm that worked for President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign to harvest the data of 50 million users without their knowledge.

Rubio told NBC's Chuck Todd that he was "disturbed" by the news, and criticized Facebook for behaving like they are above the law.

Theranos may have self-destructed, but these Stanford students are still betting that health tech is going to be huge

Where Theranos and former CEO Elizabeth Holmes went wrong, these Stanford entrepreneurs are hoping to cover lost ground. Just one day before Theranos and Holmes were charged by the SEC with "massive fraud," a demo day at Stanford revealed there is no shortage of interest in at-home healthcare solutions among Silicon Valley hopefuls.

Theranos may been charged with 'massive fraud' by the SEC this week, all but ending what could have been a pioneering company. But the idea of simpler, better, more humane health technology remains alive and well. 

Christopher Wylie, the 28-year-old whistleblower of the Trump-linked data firm Cambridge Analytica, says his Facebook account has been disabled

Christopher Wylie is the 28-year-old whistleblower on Cambridge Analytica, the data-analytics firm that played an important role in Trump's 2016 campaign and the Brexit Leave campaign. Wylie said his Facebook account was disabled on Sunday, "for blowing the whistle, on something they have known privately for two years." Facebook says it is suspending Wylie's Facebook account, despite his role as a whistleblower, as it carries out its investigation on Cambridge Analytica.

Christopher Wylie, the 28-year-old man who both founded and blew the whistle on Cambridge Analytica, the data-analytics firm that played an important role in Trump's 2016 campaign and the Brexit Leave campaign, had his Facebook account disabled on Sunday.

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We got up-close to a Bradley fighting vehicle — and saw how the small crews forge strong bonds

FORT BLISS, Texas — Three public affairs officers and I found the command center shown above about a mile from one of many dirt roads along the training grounds at Fort Bliss.

Commanded by a colonel, the entire 3rd brigade of the 1st Armored Division was spread out for miles around the sandy grounds, partaking in a large exercise called Bulldog Focus.

On the periphery of the command center, we found a Bradley fighting vehicle, stationed in front of small berm. Its crew was snacking on some crackers, apparently taking a break — but they gladly showed us around.

Here's what I saw:

The Bradley is a light-armored vehicle that entered service in 1981 and has since been upgraded several times.


Powered by a Cummins VTA-903T diesel engine, it has a top speed of 41mph and ...