5 Reasons Why LeBron and the Cavs Will Turn It Around

During the preseason, 34 out of the 44 NBA experts voted on ESPN’s annual summer forecast and picked the Cleveland Cavaliers to win the Eastern Conference. This was despite the uncertainties surrounding franchise cornerstone Kyrie Irving better known as Uncle Drew. The corresponding analysis by ESPN Stats & Info guru Micah Adams notes that the Cavs will likely still have enough even if Uncle Drew were to be traded. Irving was traded in the end to the Boston Celtics for Isaiah Thomas (an all-star last year), Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic,…

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5 of the Richest Horse Racing Events in the World

Horse racing is an equestrian performance sport that has enjoyed a long established following around the world. One of the main attractions of the sport is that it is steeped in tradition. Science Daily emphasizes that tradition is even found in the bloodline of the horses: “around 80 percent of modern thoroughbred racehorses have their pedigree in the 18th century horse Eclipse, which went its entire racing career unbeaten.” The heritage of horse racing is considered an important part of the sport and is one of the reasons that it…

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Geek Investment Confession: Why you should start investing ASAP

If there’s anything I would want to try once 2016 starts that is to INVEST. Yes, being a Millenial who is successful and hardworking at what she does, investing (surprisingly) has become the most difficult activity that I have to bear. Saving the coins in my pocket is already nerve wracking to me, what more when I have to do it for a long time? Annually, it is included in my list of New Year’s resolution. But, yearly, it has been the same resolution I always break. Looking back on…

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Music world goes Mobile: The portable digital spin in the industry

With applications that offer users the same music experience from their computers, people are now enjoying the trend of bringing their favorite tunes with them wherever they go. Smart devices (handsets and tablets) are now able to keep mp3 and mp4 files that they can repeatedly listen to while in and out of their houses. In fact, as these gadgets are able to connect to the internet, downloading music and watching music videos on YouTube are not all new to us. In August 2013, eMarketer reported that more than 99…

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Get ready to ride a Hoverboard

This is a guest post by Daris of Triple Tremelo. In recent times we have seen a number of objects entering the real world from the pages of science fiction. This is happening particularly due to crowdfunding websites that are helping developers to turn these imaginary devices into real gadgets. One project that involves incorporation of fictional technology into real devices is the Oculus Rift project. It was originally crowd funded by Kickstarter, the world’s biggest funding platform. After being funded by Kickstarter for one and half years, the project…

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Create your Own Smartphone: Introducing Motorola’s Project Ara

image courtesy of Motorola Blog   The “build-your-own” concept has always been around for years. From IKEA’s furniture to kit cars, consumers are given a chance to choose what they want: color, style, and make. With this concept in mind, Dave Hakkens came up with an idea: to design a phone that is modular enough for customization. He called his concept “Phonebloks,” which looks like a set of Lego bricks but functions as a smartphone. Each “blok” contains the phone’s screen, battery, camera, gyroscope, or Wi-Fi receiver that can be…

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6 Things Connected to the Internet You Didn’t Know About

This is a guest post from David Gonos who has been writing online for over a decade, and has been published on websites like CBSSports.com, FOXSports.com, MLB.com, NFL.com and SI.com. He discusses fantasy sports, television, beer, traveling, music, movies and food on his own website, when he’s not at his day job working as the content manager for DigitalLanding.com.   image courtesy of bitponics.com   As we’ve realized over the past two decades, it’s a small world and it’s getting smaller every day. With over 2.5 billion people on the…

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The New Halo TV Series To Be Produced By Steven Spielberg

When we think of Steven Spielberg, the first thing that comes to mind would be “E.T the Extraterrestrial”, and admit it, it made us all cry. Can he spin his magic for one of the most-popular video game franchises of all time as well?   This billion dollar-earning movie cemented its name in history. But when we mention the word Halo, you know it’s one of the best games ever developed. Since Microsoft wanted to go big with the launch of the Xbox One, they wanted something different this time.…

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What Kind of Geek Are You?

  Geekiness has become a new brand of hotness. Now, many are even embracing their inner-geek, to the point that it’s becoming overrated at times. No matter, a true geek will know how to shine through. You’d have to say thanks to shows like Glee and Big Bang Theory in really putting geek culture to a mainstream pedestal. The question now is, what kind of geek are you? Or what kind of geek are you dating? An infographic entitled “Are you dating a Geek?” illustrates that challenging question in this…

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Gadgets to Help Geeks Stay Healthy

  Who says geeks are only those that focused on just their video games and glued to their PCs. There are just so many variations of being a geek now, just see the infographic of Visual.ly about dating one. So this time, let’s go cater to our clever geeks who are both health and tech savvy. Listed by Peter Koch of TheActiveTimes.com, below are gadgets that will give you reasons to challenge yourself as if you are a character in a game. Call it as a gamificationof life as Koch…

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