The Pocket Washing Machine – Does It Suck?

( ⚆ _ ⚆ ) Today’s Mystery Video – Nival Travel Laundry – Is pocket washing the future of clean clothes or does it suck? More info from the manufacturer – Doing laundry can many times be a burden, as wash-only clothes and garments need special care. And what happens when travelers are on a trip and no washing machine is available? Behold Nival, a game-changing portable washer to help clean your clothes, protects delicates from damage, saves 60 times energy, and gets laundry done easier with less hassles. Delicate clothing is the greatest concern of the laundry world. One mistake can bring your favorite garments to badly stretched or destroyed stuff. But look at this, what would be worse than wasting an evening washing clothes by hand? To solve this, Nival utilizes the powerful transducer to automate scrubbing clothes, passively help detach all traces of contamination: dirt,

Crazy Christmas lights bring holiday cheer

Mike Ziemkowski has been building his home’s holiday light display for over 40 years, but technology is what brought his ambitious designs to the next level.

How I battled the elements to capture Scotland’s wildlife on camera

I suffered through rain, mud, loneliness and lack of sleep to get the best photographs I could manage of some of Scotland’s most majestic creatures.

Over a million Google accounts breached, Netflix green-lights downloads

In this week’s wrap-up, a piece of Android malware compromises user data. Meanwhile, Netflix finally caves and lets customers download video on their mobile devices.

2016 Game Awards Winners, AirDroid Security Compromised – Netlinked Daily

Support NCIX! Receive your own crate of awesome from Loot Crate at Use code NCIX to save 10%! Overwatch wins Game of the Year at the 2016 Game Awards. Other stuff happened there too; Popular mobile/desktop syncing service AirDroid has a big security hole. Plus, Quick Bits! See news sources + discuss on our Forums: Social Media: Instagram(NCIX Tech Tips): Twitter (NCIX Tech Tips): ​Twitter (Official NCIX): Instagram(Official NCIX): Facebook: Episode Credits: Host: Riley Murdock Writer: Riley Murdock Editor: Barret Murdock

The WAN Show – Twitter Will Ban TRUMP – December 2, 2016

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Check to see if your iPhone 6S is eligible for a free battery replacement

Apple is replacing batteries for some iPhone 6S owners whose phones keep shutting down unexpectedly. Find out if you’re on the list.

Would you buy a foldable Apple iPhone today? (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy, Ep. 65)

Click for the Extra Crunchy show notes – Drones are planning to be used to help to improve Apple Maps. Apple comes clean about the iPhone 6S Battery issue and AirPods could be coming in the next few weeks.

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4 new Instagram features you may have missed

The latest updates bring fun, new features to your favorite photo-sharing app, which may be crossing over into Snapchat territory. Subscribe to CNET: Watch more CNET videos: Follow CNET on Twitter: Follow CNET on Facebook: Follow CNET on Instagram: Follow CNET on Snapchat: CNETsnap

Download Netflix shows and movies on your phone or tablet

Do your binge-watching on the go without a data connection, thanks to the latest update to the Netflix app, available for iOS and Android.

Asus ZenPad One 3S

Sleek, chic and affordably priced, the Asus ZenPad One 3s starts at $299. petition for Electoral College to pick Clinton is largest ever

The election isn’t technically over yet. A record petition urges the Electoral College to cast ballots for Clinton over Trump.

Origin PC Evo 15-S: VR-ready laptops slim down

The slim Origin PC Evo 15-S can support VR headsets, and still has plenty of ports.

Fake Apple chargers fail safety tests

Beware of buying a counterfeit Apple charger online. A UK investigation found hundreds of fake chargers dangerous, failing basic safety tests.