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Before it was destroyed at the end of February 2022, the cargo hold of the world’s largest cargo plane, the Antonov An-225 Mriya, was 142 feet 2 inches (43.35 meters) in length—22 feet 2 inches (6.76 meters) longer than the first successful powered flight conducted by the Wright Brothers in 1903.

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Before it was destroyed at the end of February 2022, the cargo hold of the world’s largest cargo plane, the Antonov An-225 Mriya, was 142 feet 2 inches (43.35 meters) in length—22 feet 2 inches (6.76 meters) longer than the first successful powered flight conducted by the Wright Brothers in 1903.

TODAY'S TOP STORY What Are the Best Nintendo Switch Games in 2022?

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Grab a Great Bluetooth Speaker for Under $50

There are plenty of Bluetooth speakers on the market, but when it comes to a great, budget portable speaker, Sony’s SRS-XB13 is a good choice. Currently on sale for $48, you’ll get a great, small speaker that has an IP67 water resistance rating, a multi-use strap that makes it easy to carry and attach anywhere, and more.

Also, the XB13 sounds great and comes in five unique colors. For under $50, this is a great purchase to throw in your beach bag for summer trips.

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How to Pick Something on Netflix (and Spend Less Time Scrolling)

We’ve all been there: sitting in front of the TV, looking for something to watch on Netflix, but eventually just giving up and doing something else. You’re experiencing choice paralysis, but don’t worry because there are ways to unfreeze yourself again. Read More »

Use These Apps to Save Money on Groceries & Waste Less Food

Saving money on groceries isn’t just about finding the lowest price on tortillas. The quantity of food you buy is also important. There are some handy apps you can use to make your trips to the grocery store less stressful. Read More »

How to Watch UFC 276 Adesanya vs Cannonier Live Online

Israel Adesanya and Jared Cannonier face off for the middleweight championship at UFC 276, broadcast from Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena on July 2, 2022, at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT. Here’s how to stream it live. Read More »

Bridge the Gap Between In-Office and Remote Employees with RingCentral

The way we work has changed drastically in the last several years, and as a result, so has the way teammates connect. Today, your business needs a hybrid communication solution for your in-office employees, remote workers, and everyone in between. RingCentral offers a robust communication platform with voice, text, conferencing, web meetings, and fax capabilities — everything you need to keep your business connected and thriving — in a single package.
Learn more and get a free quote here!

What Is the Menu Key For? (and How to Remap It)

Did you know your keyboard has a menu key? On full-size keyboards, you’ll find it to the left of your right Ctrl key. This key opens context menus, but you can tweak it to make it more useful. Read More »

How to Get Live Wallpapers on Windows 11

Tired of your still desktop background? You can liven things up by setting a live wallpaper or animated desktop background. Unfortunately, there’s no native way to do this in Windows 11, but there’s a handy third-party app you can use. Read More »

How to Disable Superfetch on Windows 10 and 11

Superfetch (known as SysMain in Windows 10 and Windows 11) is a built-in Windows service that preloads your frequently used apps in the RAM. If you experience sluggish performance on your PC, you may want to turn this feature off. Here’s how to do that. Read More »

What Are Solid-State EV Batteries?

Electric vehicles are new, fun, and evolving at a rapid pace. And while we’re seeing major improvements to charging speeds and mileage, there’s still a long way to go. One of the more exciting advancements is solid-state batteries, and you’ll be hearing a lot about them in the near future. Read More »

How to Convert Text to a Table in Microsoft Word

Have you ever started adding text to your document only to discover it would be better suited in a table? After all, a table provides a solid structure and appearance. In Word, you can simply convert text to table. Read More »


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Your Next Flight Could Have Fast Starlink Satellite Internet

Starlink is an internet service operated by SpaceX that uses thousands of small satellites in low Earth orbit. It has been limited to fixed stations, like homes and parked RVs, but now Starlink is coming to moving vehicles. Read More »




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