Do you have an active job in construction or fieldwork? This cooler is a reliable and affordable solution to buying lunch every day with plenty of space for ice, ice packs, and a hearty meal. It's tall enough to chill a bottle of wine, and the lid has two cup holders and a slot for a tablet for people who like to watch movies or catch up on email as they eat. The handle folds into the lid so you can stack other gear on top if you're headed out for a road trip or picnic. It doesn't come with a lock, but the lid and body have loops that will fit a lock if you want to make sure no one steals your sandwich.
For Jon Hamm, that moment came when he lost his virginity as a 19-year-old college student. "There's no version of it that's not awkward," he recently told ELLE. "As much as I practiced, I was still not quite ready for game time." While Hamm, 45, recognizes that "maybe it's easy for some people … it certainly wasn't easy for me." Today, the actor has plenty of advice for his younger self.
Samsung's 2019 QLED TVs are rolling out in earnest, and they're widening Apple's ecosystem in the process. You can either purchase or pre-order the 8K Q900 as well as a host of 4K sets (the high-end Q series, the fashionable Lifestyle series or the budget RU line), and all of them will support the promised iTunes Movies & Videos app. You won't have to buy an Apple TV or otherwise jump through hoops to watch iTunes purchases and rentals in the living room. AirPlay 2 casting support is still coming "soon," and will reach 2018 TVs through a firmware update. They all support the updated Bixby, and they'll soon recognize commands from Alexa and Google Assistant.
Though Google's already got a foothold in virtual reality with Cardboard, the company made it clear it's really serious about VR. At Google I/O, the company announced Daydream, its VR ecosystem. While Google only showed off a reference design for a VR headset and controller for developers to model their own after, Clay Bavor, Google's vice president of VR, confirmed the company will build its very own headset and controller. The company didn't say if development has already started or when it might launch. SEE ALSO: With Daydream, Google's plans to dominate VR become more clear Daydream-ready smartphones will need to meet a stringent set of requirements.