Cool off with these LEGO ice cubes and other water-inspired wonders

The average person uses 142 litres of water a day. So why not bring some aquatic touches to your interior design? We’ve selected some of the most stylish water-inspired products out there.

LEGO 4100 Ice Cube Tray

This joyful silicone ice cube tray produces upscaled 1×1 and 1×2 LEGO bricks. It’s an official LEGO product (and ice minifigs are also available) and while, admittedly, you can’t actually make anything substantial with them, as the silicone moulding creates a smooth, rather than indented base, if these don’t bring a smile to your face, you’re beyond our help.

Price: £6.99 | John

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The best gadgets and gear in 2020

WIRED Recommends is our definitive guide to the best gadgets, gear and new products. This list covers our number one picks for every category we’ve tested so far, and links to the new and noteworthy tech we’ve reviewed. You can head to our dedicated guides for more idea and options.

The headphones: Sony WH-1000XM3

Weight: 255g | Battery life: 30 hours | Noise cancelling: Yes

Our recommendation for both the best headphones overall and our top-rated noise cancelling headphones is still one and the same: the Sony WH-1000XM3 (£242). In short, we really approve of these cans. Sony wins

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How to Be Your Own Boss with Reseller Web Hosting?

Reseller Hosting: Are You Ready To Be Your Own Boss? | Blog

We live in the age of budding entrepreneurs in a startup ecosystem where new and innovative business ideas see the light of the day regularly. Digitization and the global acceptance of the internet have made the world a single market opening up various business opportunities too. Such an ecosystem needs supporting industries that can help it establish and grow. Web hosting is one such industry. Everyone cannot be an entrepreneur, but that should not stop you from being your own BOSS. Today, we will talk about Reseller Hosting and how it can allow you to be your own boss.


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Samsung Sero review: The rotating TV no one asked for

As you’re reading this, countless designers and marketers around the world are rifling through our attributes and sorting us accordingly. From boomers to zoomers, to millennials and Gen Zs, our needs and desires are being meticulously catalogued and predicted.

Enter the Samsung Sero. Or Samsung, The Sero, if you’d rather be technical. Aimed at the millennial-laden social-media crowd, it wants to change the way you consume Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat and more, with an eye-catching party trick – the ability to rotate from horizontal to vertical at the touch of a button. The fact that Samsung provides instructions to turn the

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