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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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THE HANDSTAND | IPAD HOLDER | Image

THE HANDSTAND | IPAD HOLDER

Created by small company Hub International, Handstand allows the tablet to work as if it was "the extension of the users hand." In a sense, the product was designed to give the user more freedom reducing fatigue and common problems when using the Ipad. Check out the video....
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NEST | THE LEARNING THERMOSTAT

This is Nest, the world´s first learning thermostat! Nest automatically learns your heating habits. Cute, portable and intelligent, with simple and  elegant design, the thermostat has a metal outer circle (similar to the iPod wheel) that allows you to control the temperature, and an internal display  that changes according to the desired action. It is capable of learning your routine preferences and adjusting the heating temperature automatically. With Wi-...
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Insta360 EVO

Insta360, a company that makes 360-degree video recording accessible to the masses, has introduced a groundbreaking foldable camera that shoots both 180 3D and 360-degree interactive video! The Insta360 EVO VR camera has two halves with one lens each, when facing the same way it can capture 5.7K 180-degree 3D video and 18-megapixel 180-degree 3D photos, but fold it in half and things switch to full 360. Besides the usual formats like JPEG and MP4, the camera can a...
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