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Things 3 is an Apple Design award-winning app that can help you organize your life.
Apple increased the price for its newest MacBook Air by $200 — but I still think it’s worth the money
If Apple had stuck with the $999 entry-level price, the 2018 MacBook Air would have been an absolute home run. At $1,200, however, things are a little more complicated.
After years of neglect, Apple finally updated its smallest and most affordable Mac desktop in 2018.
A lingerie startup used feedback from 6 million women to make the perfect wireless bra — and it works for larger cup sizes
Hands down, this is the best and most comfortable bra I've ever bought. It's wireless, but somehow still gives larger cup sizes the support they need.
17 cool things Business Insider readers are buying on Amazon right now — some of which really surprised us
We thought it would be fun to give you all a glimpse into the things that your fellow Business Insider readers have been buying up on Amazon.
Despite the passage of time and newer designs, I keep coming back to Urbanears' Hellas wireless headphones, which even include machine-washable parts.
This subscription service lets you try coffee from around the world starting at $9 — and it’s some of the best I’ve ever had
Atlas Coffee Club offers coffee lovers the chance to try delicious, single-origin, sustainable beans and grounds from different countries around the world.
The Action Network is a must-have subscription for bettors — especially now the NBA and NHL playoffs are going on now
I've only been a member of The Action Network for a month, and the site has already helped me bet smarter and turn a profit. Here's how I've used it.
This affordable swimsuit company fits their designs on their employees instead of fit models — 5 of us tried them and they fit each of us incred...
Helen Jon fits all of its bikini and one-piece swimsuits on its employees who provide feedback to get a supportive fit that works for more women.
PetPlate and Ollie, two of the biggest players in the fresh dog food industry, offer a variety of recipes delivered frozen to your door. If the prices were the same, I would lean toward PetPlate.