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Most Young People Have Never Read A Paper Map

A new survey has found that 1 in 7 Millennials have never read a paper map! That means millions of young adults may end up completely lost without a working digital device. The survey of 1,000 millennials (adults ages 23 thru 38) and 1,000 middle-aged adults at least 39 years old revealed that...
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The Most Common Two-Letter Name Initial Combinations

What do Justin Bieber, Jessica Biel and James brown have in common? They have the most common two-letter initial combination in the United States. The initials JM and JS are also pretty popular. A color-coded chart has been created using data collected from the 2000 U.S. census shows the likelihood...
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Divorce Rates Drop For Younger Generation Couples

There may be some tough times for divorce lawyers in the coming years as new data show younger couples are staying married longer than their parents. Analysis over the past 18 years has found the U.S. divorce rate that dropped 18% from 2008 to 2016. New data show younger couples are approaching...
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The 22lb dumbbell That Holds Your iPhone X

If you gonna use your phone, might as well get a workout. That's the though behind a new iPhone X case, which is attached to a 22lb dumbbell. Dubbed the Macho Case and created by the Japanese cell phone company Softbank, it securely holds your phone in a polycarbonate that also covers a solid iron...
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The Millennial Generation Gets A Definition Update

When it comes to generation names, the ones known as Millennials seems to be the most confusing. At one time, the generation that followed Gen X were called Gen Y but that lasted as long as Crystal Pepsi. That's because there is no official social constructs outside of the Baby Boomers, which the U...
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Company Says Your Sweat Can be Used To Lock/Unlock Your Phone

The iPhone X is the first phone to use facial recognition technology to lock and unlock its features but it appears it may be a short-lived option as developers look for other biometric identification, such as your sweat. Apparently each person's sweat is a little bit different, according to a...
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Kid Successfully Sells Spot In Line for iPhone X

Christmas came early for many iPhone fans as the iPhone X went on sale today. While most purchased the latest Apple device for their own usage, reports of people immediately re-selling them to people in line for a profit have been reported worldwide. However one industrious Australian kid made a...
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Millennials Are Saving More Money Than Other Generations

Apparently all that advice about saving money is being heed. A new survey from Bankrate found 60% of millennials reported they are limiting their spending in some way to save money for the future. That particular reason beat out others like cutting spending in order to pay off debt or concern about...
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The Deodorizing Clothes Hanger

Taking your clothes to the dry cleaners isn't a cheap affair, especially when your suits just need a refreshing. Rather than spritzing them with Febreze, consider the Panasonic Nanoe X clothes hanger that deodorizes your clothes. The techy hanger uses negatively charged ion particles smaller than...
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The Number One Destination On Americans Bucket List

The world is a big place and even with all this room it seems natural we want to explore it. AARP recently asked its members what is number one domestic destination on their travel bucket list and it found that 50th state, Hawaii, is Number 1, beating out #2 Alaska, California and Arizona at #3,...
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