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QubeStove Pizza Oven and Stove in One Review

QubeStove Pizza Oven and Stove in One Review

Here at SlashGear, we cover a ton of technological innovations that help improve the quality of life but not all innovations come as gadgets, cars, or cameras. Some of the best new things in life take traditional tools and sprinkle some human ingenuity on top to give modern life some pizzazz. Like this new QubeStove two in one pizza oven and stove that removes the need to decide whether to make pizza or cook food. You just need to make time for both.

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Beyond Meat just revealed 2 slightly healthier plant-based burgers

Beyond Meat just revealed 2 slightly healthier plant-based burgers

Two new burgers appeared in a press release from the folks at Beyond Meat today. The two new versions of the Beyond Burger are expected to launch in the United States in "early 2021" as slightly more nutritional products than what's been offered before. Beyond Meat representatives suggested that these new burgers represented "a trifecta of taste, health, and sustainability."

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McLaren and Castore collaborates on a new sportswear collection

McLaren and Castore collaborates on a new sportswear collection

British supercar maker McLaren has collaborated with fellow British sportswear brand Castore in creating a new male sportswear collection. Inspired by the complex design and technical materials utilized in McLaren’s lineup of supercars, the new limited-edition Castore collection offers modern styling with exceptional comfort.

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2021 BMW M4 Competition x Kith fuses German performance with New York fashion

2021 BMW M4 Competition x Kith fuses German performance with New York fashion

BMW has collaborated with New York lifestyle brand Kith in creating the limited-edition 2021 BMW M4 Competition x Kith. Strictly limited to 150 units worldwide and with base prices starting at around $110,000, this exclusive BMW M4 features special design elements that were personally curated by Kith founder Ronnie Fieg. This includes a new and special BMW roundel badge, something the carmaker hasn’t done since October 1917.

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Google Assistant can now create custom shortcuts to Android app actions

Google Assistant can now create custom shortcuts to Android app actions

Voice-controlled virtual assistants like Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Apple Siri have changed the way many of us interact with our phones, the Web, or even our homes. Whether it's searching for some trivial information, reading a bedtime story, or dimming the lights for movie time, these AI-powered helpers try to make life less stressful by removing the need to physically do things we could just command them to do. Ironically, Google Assistant doesn't offer that convenience on its own turf on Android when it comes to third-party apps. That all changes today as it finally learns how to bring all these apps in line and be at your beck and call.

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Exploding Kittens Inc “A Game of Cat & Mouth” can’t be what you expect

Exploding Kittens Inc “A Game of Cat & Mouth” can’t be what you expect

The same people that made the original Exploding Kittens card game just revealed another very strange item. This game is called "A Game of Cat & Mouth" and it's made for two players. It works with graphics similar to those of the game Exploding Cats, but instead of cards, it works with balls and magnets.

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ADIDAS Originals ZX 8000 LEGO sneakers release date this week

ADIDAS Originals ZX 8000 LEGO sneakers release date this week

LEGO teamed up with the folks at Adidas Originals with a new pair of sneakers that'll be released this week. This isn't the first time this sort of team-up has happened, and it won't be the last. This time, in a move that's both shocking and ... unfortunate ... the sneakers won't be for sale to the public. They'll be available through a raffle system, and only produced in limited numbers right out the gate.

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Cards Against Humanity Family Edition delivered kids in quarantine

Cards Against Humanity Family Edition delivered kids in quarantine

Today the folks at Cards Against Humanity revealed their next major game set, and it's for the kids. Where previous Cards Against Humanity sets were vulgar, inappropriate for children, and sometimes downright absurd, the latest expansion is appropriate for families. Or at least it'll be MOSTLY appropriate, by the standards of the folks at Cards Against Humanity.

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Dungeons & Dragons crew giving away content for coronavirus quarantine

Dungeons & Dragons crew giving away content for coronavirus quarantine

Wizards of the Coast are giving away free Dungeons & Dragons content to all week, daily, for those staying home during our current global pandemic. While we're avoiding this novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in quarantine, "D&D ADVENTURES AWAIT!" Per the official release, "content will be added daily, Monday-Friday. Check back each day for the latest free, downloadable content."

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Instacart strike on Monday: Grocery delivery workers demand fair treatment

Instacart strike on Monday: Grocery delivery workers demand fair treatment

Grocery delivery via gig worker group Instacart might be in trouble. A release today detailed communications between Instacart Shoppers and Gig Workers Collective in which the two groups have planned an Emergency Walk Off. The way they put it, Instacart, the brand, has not been very kind to its workers in this time of significantly increased potential danger.

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So you’re stuck working from home… How to handle quarantine

So you’re stuck working from home… How to handle quarantine

Offices are closing, schools are canceling classes, and a whole lot of people used to the 9-5 are finding themselves working from home as the world gets to grips with coronavirus. COVID-19 has emptied businesses and sent employees home, and for many it'll be their first taste of working remotely. Don't worry, though - I've got you covered.

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Clever design is EV’s trick to winning over electric skeptics

Clever design is EV’s trick to winning over electric skeptics

Range, torque, and zero-emissions may be the usual reasons to get excited about electric vehicles, but new packaging options may end up the sleeper factor in getting drivers out of traditional cars and trucks. For years now, "cargo flexibility" has been pretty much about how big your trunk or bed is, and whether the rear seats fold flat. Now, EVs are showing us there's so much more.

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