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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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LEICA Q

Leica Camera has announced the stunning new Leica Q, a full-frame, 24 megapixel digital camera with a fixed, 28mm f/1.7 Summilux lens sporting ultra-fast auto focus and full macro capability. The robust digital shooter features a beautiful aluminum and magnesium alloy frame assembled with outstanding craftsmanship, and also features a 3" touchscreen LCD, built-in Wi-Fi and the Leica Q-App for easy sharing of pictures, and is capable of shooting Full HD 1080p/60 vide...
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APPLE WATCH VINTAGE STANDS

Whether for use in your bedside table or the desk at the office, these original stands from Elago will give your modern smartwatch a nostalgic look and feel. Choose from the first iPod model, a classic gameboy console, or a mini-Macintosh from the 80s. All three are made from scratch-free silicone to prevent damage to your Apple Watch and to prevent it from moving around when resting on a surface. When in place, the apple watch display lines up perfectly to seem as ...
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IBAMBOO SPEAKER

The iBamboo is a speaker for Apple devices that uses no electricity. Instead, the device made with pieces of bamboo uses the natural resonance of the material to amplify the sound. The sound moves in two directions and creates a stereo effect, of course the sound quality is not amazing, but its an innovative idea and will definitely be a hit among those who prefer natural products and low environmental impact. IBamboo is not available for purchase yet, but you can r...
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