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WATCH: Celtics top LeBron, Cavs on this buzzer-beater

[embedded content] CLEVELAND (AP) — Once he got control of the ball and let his shot fly, Avery Bradley prepared to get mobbed. The Celtics had pulled off the improbable. Bradley made a 3-pointer from the corner at the horn to give Boston a stunning 104-103 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night, the Celtics’ eighth win in nine ...

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An awesome person made this automatic Lego paper airplane machine

Lego is perhaps the greatest toy in the world. You can build anything you can imagine, whether that’s a castle, a city, a mountain, or, in the case of this incredible video, an automatic paper airplane machine. The machine was made for a Super Bowl ad for Arrow Electronics, a Fortune 150 company that helps big companies do things with electronics. ...

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The best PSP game ever is coming to phones this summer

The running joke back in 2005 when the PSP came out went something like this: “you’ve bought the most powerful video game console ever created, and you’re playing a 2D Tetris rip-off?!” Yet Q Entertainment’s Lumines was the perfect fit for a platform that Sony envisaged as a 21st century Walkman, mixing hypnotic music with stylish widescreen visuals. It helped ...

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This Absurd FBI Site That Teaches Teens to Spot Violent Extremists

I’m not saying the FBI’s heart isn’t in the right place. Making sure children know the difference between healthy political discourse and attempts to sway them into extremism is a laudable goal. But the agency’s execution in a new website is just embarrassing. The FBI just announced the launch of its “Don’t Be a Puppet” program. The too-interactive website is ...

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The 7 Best Lessons Successful People Have Taught Us About Money This Year

Filed under: Retirement Plans, Saving Getty By Kathleen Elkins If you want to be successful and grow your wealth, start by learning from those who have already done it. “Successful people look at other successful people as a means to motivate themselves,” writes T. Harv Eker in “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind.” “They see other successful people as models to ...

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This foreplay gadget simulates oral sex with suction

Fiera Arouser for Her is basically foreplay in a gadget. The tiny device on display at CES 2016 is one of the latest in a new trend of sex toys for women called suction oral sex stimulators. It’s aimed at stimulating blood flow to the genitals, to help women suffering from low libido get in the mood before having sex. ...

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This pocket thermal camera helps you see in the dark

The next time I find myself camping in the Sahara surrounded by lions, I’m going to wish I had a FLIR Scout TK on me. It’s a monocular thermal camera shaped like a cartoon bomb and easily usable in one hand; it picks up objects based on heat, so you can see animals even when obscured by foliage, or footprints ...

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This is the feel-good overclocking manga you’ve been waiting for

We’ve been waiting for a feel-good story about competitive overclocking for a while. Officially known as 87 Clockers, it’s the story of a talented violinist named Kanade Ichinose who falls into the high-stakes world of overclocking, drawn by the promise of fast women and faster processor speeds. It’s basically The Fast and the Furious for desktop hardware, especially once you ...

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15 Ways to Cut Heating Costs This Winter

Filed under: Energy, Public Utilities, How to Save Money, Home & Garden Getty Images By Emily Lugg Chilly winter weather is synonymous with cozy sweaters, hot cocoa — and steep energy bills. It’s no surprise that running the heating system on high nonstop pushes monthly costs sky high. But there’s no reason to go broke staying warm. Here are 15 ...

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Don’t Let the Airlines Lose Your Luggage This Thanksgiving

Filed under: Travel, Transportation & Logistics, Consumer Issues Alan Diaz/AP By SCOTT MAYEROWITZ NEW YORK — Heading into winter, fliers should take extra precautions with their checked luggage — December and January are traditionally the worst months for lost bags. To avoid problems, arrive at the airport early enough to let your bag get to the plane, and print out ...

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