December 12, 2018

Search Results for: long in the tooth

Traeger Timberline 850

Traeger Timberline 850 review: BBQ goes high tech By Billy Steele, A notoriously low-tech cooking method is improved with a dash of WiFi. From $1,699.00 Good barbecue is a slow process. And I’m not talking about grilling. I’m talking about real BBQ — the “low and slow” smoking of beef, chicken, pork and a whole […]

Gadgets of the week

The best radios for indoors and outdoors By Don Melanson From Popular Mechanics This “old fashioned” technology now comes with lots of modern conveniences. TIVOLI We may now have devices that can do seemingly everything, but there’s something about that remains special about a dedicated radio. Once ubiquitous device in every home has quickly been […]

Gadgets of the week

Thoughtful gifts your mom actually wants this Mother’s Day — for every budget By Ellen Hoffman, Insider Picks The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. homepage gift_7fca2e98 f49f 47dd a678 627557aaad5f Candles make any home […]

Snapdragon 700 brings AI acceleration to lower-cost phones

By Jon Fingas From engadget Qualcomm wants to bridge the gap between high-end and budget devices. There’s long been a conspicuous feature gap between Qualcomm’s mobile processors: You typically have to choose between a do-it-all beast like theSnapdragon 845 or settle for the good-enough features of midrange parts like the Snapdragon 600 series. The company […]

Nigel Barker on planning family trips and taking better vacation photos [after Cayman Islands trip]

By Charles Thorp From Men’s Journal Nigel Barker may be famous for shooting models for magazine spreads, but his personal favorite subjects to photograph are his family on one of their many adventures together. Recently the crew returned from a weeklong excursion to the Grand Cayman, spending time with the native wildlife and eating the […]

Caribbean tribe believed extinct is right here among us

By ROBBY BERMAN From Big Think When Columbus arrived, the Caribbean islands were populated by people known now as the “Taino.” Most likely they were descendants of the Arawaks of South America, and Taino was actually just their language — at the time, they were known as Lucayans locally in the Bahamas, Greater Antilles, and […]

UFO ‘evidence’: Recordings reveal air traffic control’s confusion at strange craft over Oregon

By Jamie Seidel | news.com.au From Fox News According to data from the National UFO Reporting Center, UFO sightings around the world have reached an all-time high. Statistics show individuals in the US are more likely to witness a UFO Unlike most UFO stories, this one appears to have substance. On October 25, 2017, a […]

Cayman Islands: Anthony Bourdain on Donald Trump, the #metoo movement, and the most disgusting thing he ever ate

By Chris Dwyer From South China Morning Post TV presenter and author criticises the US President for his ‘stupidity, lack of curiosity and laziness’, damns those who do not report sexual misconduct in the workplace, and fears for his taste buds after eating fermented shark Maybe the perfect Cayman Islands weather helps, but looking at […]

Gadget of the week

8 of our favorite gadgets for your daily commute #1 By Brandt Ranj, Insider Picks The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Each day, millions of people (myself included) spend an hour or two commuting. […]

Regular people go undercover in jail

Regular people went undercover in an Atlanta jail as part of an experiment — and found one of the scariest aspects of life behind bars comes from the guards By Mark Abadi, From Business Insider IMAGE: Andrew, an undercover inmate on “60 Days In.” A&E On A&E’s “60 Days In,” nine law-abiding citizens went undercover […]