In this strange new world, there are those who fidget spin and there are those who wish this toy trend would run its course already, oh my god.
For those in the former group, a boring fidget spinner will not do. Lucky for them, there are hundreds of options on Amazon boasting impressive spin times and various claims of health and well-being benefits.
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But really, all that matters is the design. Here’s 35 of our favorites.
The Megatron of fidget spinners.
34Millennial pink with gold accents
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Watching Mark Zuckerberg’s Harvard commencement speech and learning that the POTUS only has one app on his phone may have kept you too busy to keep up with this week’s app news. We’ve kept up for you.
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Each week we round up the most important app news, along with some of the coolest new and updated apps. Here’s what caught our eye this week. (If you’re looking for more, make sure to check out last week’s roundup.)
Pokémon launches a new game
There’s a new game from the Pokémon company called Magikarp Jump. The game has you train your Magikarp to jump and then compete with other Magikarp, featuring classic Pokémon music and clever writingMashable‘s Kellen Beck calls it a Pokémon version of Tamagotchi. Read more…
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United States President Donald Trump is on his way back from his first trip overseas, and it doesn’t seem he caused an international incident of terrible significance.
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The trip was, however, full of embarrassing, awkward things.
We’ve collected some of the weirdest, most Trumpian moments from Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia, Israel, the Vatican, and beyond below. So let’s relive his first big boy trip abroad from the very beginning.
If my helicopter can’t go, neither can I
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Meet Benjamin Button. No, it’s not a Brad Pitt movie, it’s a camera that you clip on your kid to record their every precious adventure.
Is that even something you want to do? Well, the creators of the device launched a Kickstarter campaign this week, and it’s already fully funded — so there are obviously plenty of people out there interested in documenting little Brayden or Bridget’s every move.
The device is basically just a tiny camera that you can clip on your kid or on yourself (if you’re hanging out with your kid). It’s synced with an app that collects all the footage and automatically edits it, based on sound and activity recognition, and lets you share it with anybody. Read more…
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There’s an emoji for just about everything, from tacos to tropical fish. But, we currently don’t have an emoji to describe our periods.
A new social media campaign wants to smash the stigma surrounding menstruation one emoji at a time.
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Girls rights group, Plan International, launched a social media campaign on Sunday to include an official “period emoji” on the global emoji keyboard.
The charity has created five designs and people can vote for their favourite emoji. The winning design will be submitted to the Unicode Consortium, the governing organisation that standardises characters across devices. Read more…
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No two days at the Cannes Film Festival are the same.
The event, which runs for 10 days in May each year, is so jam-packed with films, press conferences, talks, parties and random celebrity sightings that a 24 hour summary doesn’t really do it justice.
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This year was my first time at Cannes. Before I left I didn’t really know what to expect. I knew that along with Sundance it was probably the biggest festival in the film calendar, but it had always felt like something of a private party, an exclusive event that you had to be a part of the film industry to fully experience. Read more…
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Some parents are embarrassing. Then there’s Justin Beadles.
Justin’s 15-year-old son, Jack, had his last day of junior high recently, so to make it very memorable, Justin decided to pull a super embarrassing prank on his kid.
Dressed in a Speedo, a swimming cap, and medals hanging around his neck, Justin ran barefoot towards his son who was hanging outside of his school, screaming Jack’s name. Yep, his dad decided to dress up as swimmer Michael Phelps while his mother filmed it.
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Tesla’s Model 3 has been spotted in the wild.
The sedan, which Tesla is priming to reveal before production starts in July, could make the company — and fully electric cars in general — much more palatable to the mass market with a $35,000 starting price and more modest specs. Right now, cars like the premium Model S make Tesla more of a luxury brand for people living in cities filled with charging stations.
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Recently, a white Model 3 prototype was seen on the highway crossing the San Mateo Bridge by YouTuber Northern California Dashcam, who was able to keep up with the test car to capture nearly a full minute of video. The footage itself isn’t spectacular, but we get a good look at the release candidate as the Model 3 edges closer to production. Read more…
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