Posts by Courtney Hecktus

New Year, New Tech: Top 5 New Gadgets

The year 2015 was a great year for tech. We saw ideas like man-made waves, insane drones, and even a 3-D food printer. With all of the new inventions and upgrades, it’s no surprise that this New Year is already jam-packed with new opportunities for tech. This year’s annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place in Las Vegas, Nevada and was chalk-full of the biggest names in tech. Visitors had

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2016: The Perfect Year to Save Smart

If you’re struggling to think of a New Year’s resolution that’s right for you, then maybe you should think a little bit simpler. Surely you’ll have lots of new experiences throughout the year that could have been a part of your resolutions, but why not create one that helps your get even further next year? Setting a goal to save money is a great option for those who want to

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8 Wacky Candy Cane Flavors to try this Holiday

Another year has flown by, and before we know it, another New Year’s Eve will be upon us. Before all of the mall decorations and holiday music ends, make sure you get in your last taste of the festivities with some candy cane flavors we’re dying to try! Pickle We’re not sure about you, but we think these sound gross. Absolutely gross. Regardless, we’re curious if they really do taste

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The New Santa: Amazon is Hoping to Deliver the Goods

Holiday traditions are always a fun thing to look forward to every year, but there does come a time when new traditions should be embraced. We have just the thing for you, and it may not be what you’d expect. How about changing the way you present your gifts to others? Instead of putting them under the tree, what if they fell from the sky? Or how about instead of

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Wavegarden Lagoon: A Promising Technology for Surfing Hopefuls

Have you ever wondered why surfing isn’t an Olympic sport? With so many talented athletes in the field, it seems unfair that they should miss out on the opportunity to obtain success at an Olympic level. The 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo are a little over four years away, which has a lot of surfers wondering if it’s enough time to get their sport included on the list of events.

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