Samsung Icon X 2018 review – CNET

With a much better battery life and an improved design, the second-generation IconX has become a totally wireless headphone contender against Apple’s AirPods.
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Coffee, Wine, and Beer Accessories Gift Guide

Everyone loves a good drink. Whether it’s coffee, wine, beer or something a little bit stronger, these gifts are perfect to quell that thirst. From The Periodic Table of Wine to GrowlerWerks’ Pressurized Growler, there’s something here for every price range.

Yeti Roadie 20 Cooler
Made for the rough and tumble, and designed to keep your water in its frozen state, this cooler is also the perfect size for one-day events like tailgating or hiking.

Instant 1-Button Electric Wine Aerator
If you’re drinking your wine straight from the bottle without letting it breathe, you’re doing it wrong. This electric aerator will change the way you drink.

GrowlerWerks uKeg 128 Pressurized Growler for Craft Beer
You can’t just get your beer to go in a plastic cup. You need to go with a growler that can preserve the flavor and the temperature.

All-In-One 7-piece Espresso/Cappuccino Machine Bundle Set
Stop wasting all your money at Starbucks. Waste it on this instead. Get espresso or cappuccino on your kitchen counter every day. Great if your family has a lot of coffee drinkers.

KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker
Really, the only true way to drink iced coffee is with cold brew. So, if you’re going to spend $ 80 on a coffee maker, it should be a cold brew coffee maker.

Moscow Mule set of 4 16oz copper mugs
These mugs look great and work well with any ice-cold drink you want: water, beer, soda. You name it.

Kovot 9-piece Wine Travel Bag and Picnic Set
This perfect picnic accessory works really well when you want to bring wine but you’re already over-encumbered by a giant picnic basket. It’s easy to carry and has everything you need.

Yeti Rambler 10oz Vacuum-Insulated Stainless Steel Lowball
These Yeti Lowball tumlers are short and fat instead of tall and skiny like most designs. That makes them great for sipping hot tea, cider, or a small cocktail.

Glogex 11-piece home bar tool set
Whether you want to impress your friends or make a complicated drink for yourself, this set has all the tools you need to setup the perfect home bar.

Mr. Coffee 2-in-1 Iced Tea Brewing System
This is not a system designed to be complicated. Find your favorite tea bag or tea leaves, select the strength of the brew you want, and let Mr. Coffee handle the hard part.

DuoMuo Coaster Set of 6 Colorful Vinyl Record Disk Coasters
This unique set of coasters are designed to look exactly like tiny vinyl records. Perfect for the music-obsessed coffee drinks that really don’t want any rings on the coffee table.

The Periodic Table of Wine
Enhance your wine-ication with this book that breaks down all the different variables in wine and actually presents a unique way to introduce you to vintages you’ve never tried before.

Oster cordless electric wine bottle opener
Please stop living in the 20th century and start using an electric wine bottle opener. All you have to do is press a button and there’s nothing standing between you and your favorite red.

Simple Modern Spirit 12oz vacuum-insulated Wine Tumbler
This collection from Simple Modern features solid colors and design, vacuum-insulation to keep beverages hot or cold for longer and different styles for wine or coffee.

Goodnight Brew: A Parody for Beer People
Whether you want to get your kids working at your bewery real young, or the brew master in your life isn’t quite all there, this parody take on the famous Goodnight Moon! will teach everyone about the joys of making beer.

Reusable K-Cup (4-pack)
If you prefer specialty coffee but like the simplicity of using a Keurig, this is the way to go.

K-Cup Carousel
Stop storing your K-Cups in a random drawer, and instead display them in a way that makes them easier to find.

64oz Chalkboard Growler
Most people only care about the beer inside the growler, but having a cool growler is a conversation starter. This chalkboard painted growler lets you customize it as you wish, making it perfect for every situation.

Corksickle Chillsner Beer Cooler
There’s no beer worse than a warm beer. Trust me. Don’t be that friend that serves a beer that isn’t cold enough, and instead have a few of these in your freezer.

Beer Chilling Coaster Set
The refridgerator isn’t the only place that can keep your beer cold. These coasters will help keep them chilled while you are sipping on them (and it helps prevent rings on your table!).

Bormioli Rocco Selecta 7-Piece Whiskey Gift Set
This seven piece whiskey set features glasses and a carafe, but if you give this as a gift it should really be an 8-piece set with some whiskey to really round it out.

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Google Assistant now works with Lollipop phones, tablets

Older Android phones and, now, Android tablets now have access to a more glorified Google type and voice search interface.

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Bang & Olufsen BeoVision Eclipse Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

We go hands-on with Bang & Olufsen’s BeoVision TV, a souped-up, very expensive LG OLED TV that has an integrated soundbar and a motorized stand.
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Grammarly virtual keyboard is now available on Android

Grammarly’s virtual keyboard for Android is here to help make you a better writer.

If you find yourself doing any extensive amount of writing on your computer, chances are you’ve used Grammarly before. Grammarly is a tool that works with your web browser and word-processing app of choice to help catch any grammatical or spelling errors your built-in spell-checker might miss, and as the News Editor for Android Central, it’s something that I use every single day to keep me from looking like a buffoon when quickly pounding away on my keyboard.

On December 13, Grammarly announced that it’s officially bringing its virtual keyboard over to Android after having first launched it on iOS at the beginning of November. Grammarly’s keyboard looks a lot like Gboard at first glance, but as you can see, there’s something special happening near the top of it.

As you type, Grammarly will continually look at what you’re writing and make suggestions for any spelling or grammatical errors that it finds. If you want to make the correction, just tap on the suggestion and it’ll automatically be added. Once the correction has been added, you can tap on it to get an explanation of where you went wrong.

Grammarly encrypts what you type to ensure maximum protection, and any sensitive data that’s inputted (such as credit card information or passwords) isn’t saved by Grammarly at all – something that AI.type failed to do.

There’s support from American and British English, and Grammarly says that it’s working on adding swipe input in the near future.

Gboard’s been my go-to Android keyboard of choice for a while now, but considering how much I use Grammarly on my laptop and desktop, you can be sure I’ll be giving it a shot.

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