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Samsung isn’t new to the wearable market, but its Gear Fit announcement in February was a major surprise. Not only did it see the company make an unexpected entrance into the crowded world of activity trackers, it saw Samsung really flex its (mostly unused) design muscle. From the start, the Fit showed plenty of promise, and was by far the most attractive fitness gadget we’d ever seen. But beauty will only get you so far. Samsung had a huge opportunity to capitalize on the booming fitness market, but instead fell short of the Olympic gold.


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The crux of the Kirby series is that it simply peaked too early. While it wasn’t the first game in Nintendo and HAL’s popular series, Kirby’s Adventure was the first a lot of people played, and it is coming up on being 20 years old. After all this time, it still plays like the same timeless masterpiece that, quite frankly, makes every game that came after come up short by comparison.







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We all do it. Chances are you’re doing it right now, reading this on a park bench or at a bus stop. You do it at restaurants, in the car, at the office. You’ve actually been doing it your whole life without really noticing. The older you get, the more you probably do it. We even spend hard-earned money to do it more. The onslaught of indolent-enabling technology certainly doesn’t help. Tablets, smartphones, and computers almost encourage this type of behavior; the more mobile and powerful our favorite technology becomes, the easier it is to do: Sitting.