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A martini glass for everyone on your holiday gift list Lenox Whether you like them shaken or stirred, made with vodka or gin, an olive or a twist, the glass in which your martini is made makes the difference. With as many variations of glassware as there are classic drinks, it’s hard to limit yourself. […]
If you’re nearsighted or farsighted, you know that choosing the best eyeglass frames can seem impossible. Trying them on in store and comparing styles is tricky because obviously it’s hard to see them without a prescription. In addition, you need to think about what type of frame works best for your lifestyle. To make the […]
There’s a new push to make smart glasses the next big thing and these are perhaps the most impressive yet – TCL has unveiled the Thunderbird Smart Glasses Pioneer Edition. They use a micro-LED display with a waveguide developed in-house over the past three years. It’s a transparent color screen, so they look like regular […]