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24 Astounding Art Facts From the Guinness Book of World Records, From the Tallest Statue to the Most Prolific Painter

To set a Guinness World Record is no easy accomplishment—there are currently some 47,000 record titles, with more than 1,000 incoming applications to set new records each week. (Wait times can be up to four months.) Tucked inside these tomes…

20+ Awesome Labor Day Sales (2018) on TVs, Laptops, Switch, Roomba, and More

Labor Day means a lot of things to a lot of people. For some, it honors America’s strong labor force, and for others it means the autumn semester is starting and summer is over. For tech buyers, it’s one of…

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review

There are no secrets in consumer electronics anymore. Sometimes it’s the fault of flubs and flaws and leakers. Sometimes it’s by design. In the case of the Galaxy Note 9, it’s a little bit of both. The Galaxy S9 wasn’t…

Moto Z3 Play Review: Unlocked and Loaded

Would you like a Mod to go with that Moto? After three iterations of the Moto Z, it’s clear that Motorola still believes in its line of snap-on magnetic phone accessories. And it should. There are a lot of intriguing…

Best Weekend Deals: SNES Classic, Apple Watch, Dell XPS

The best things in life are free, but the next-best things are sometimes available at a steep discount. We’re pretty excited about the finds that we were able to pull together this week, with the help of our pals at…

Apple MacBook Pro (2018, 15-inch) Review: Fast but Flawed

I have used more Apple laptops in my life than I can even recall. I owned a second-hand, sticker-encrusted Titanium PowerBook G4 that was stolen during a road trip. I installed Linux on an excruciatingly slow PowerBook G3 for IMDB…

The Best Post-Prime Day Deals From Apple, Walmart, Fitbit, Dell

Other online retailers don’t like Amazon’s big Prime Day event very much. And so, each year, the competition tries to steal attention away from Jeff Bezos and his summer shopping holiday by putting on sales of their own. This is…

Who Said Art Was Fun? This Year’s Liverpool Biennial Is a Tearjerking Journey Through Europe’s Dark, Violent Past

An overwhelming spirit of retrospection—rather than nostalgia—permeates the 10th edition of the Liverpool Biennial, the UK’s largest visual art festival. For an exhibition with the title, “Beautiful world, where are you?” this was perhaps inevitable. But rather than a wistful…