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Harvard Free Online Courses

With more free time on your hands now, you might want to expand your skillset or try something new creatively. World renowned and prestigious Harvard University is currently offering free online courses available to everyone from any corner of the world, for those who want to expand their knowledge and master new skills during self-quarantine. The courses range in duration from a week to 15 weeks, with subjects that include programming, health and medicine, social sciences, computer science, game development, art and design, business and humanities and many more. Those interested in applying can simply visit the university´s website and view the catalogue.



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BEARTOOTH

Beartooth is a new comm device that uses your smartphone to contact other users even when you have no cell service. Users of Beartooth can talk to each other, text and even share locations. Thin and light it´s easy to carry around in a small pocket since it´s no bigger than your average deck of cards. Available for IOS and Android devices, with its own app, it features a Li-ion battery, giving it a more than reasonable autonomy on a single charge (up to 4 day with r...
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AFFINITY PHOTO

Affinity Photo is a new professional photo editing software being called "the Photoshop for Mac”. This rather serious competitor to Adobe Photoshop has just been launched and is available now at the Mac Store. It is considerably cheaper while retaining the same variety of pro-level features Photoshop users require, with some even better and more intuitive to use. After 5 years in the making, it does look very exciting, and promises to be super fast, powerful, lightw...
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GARMIN OVERLANDER

Garmins latest GPS is specifically designed for off-road explorers who want to explore the remote regions of the great outdoors. It has the usual features as a normal GPS, however, the Overlander is best employed in remote regions, far away from the city and out in the wild. The all-in-one navigator includes not only road mapping and directions but topographical mapping, too, allowing you to navigate over any terrain on the planet. Other features include a compass, ...
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