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New Mohu ReLeaf antenna is made from the remains of old cable boxes

One of the leading HD antenna makers, Mohu, just came up with a cool and environmentally friendly way to cut the cord. The company just dropped its Mohu ReLeaf antenna that is made from recycled parts of cable set-top boxes.

Yes, you heard right! The ReLeaf normally retails for around 50 bucks, but its being sold at the moment for $39.99. A $10 savings in celebration of International  Recycling Day.

Although this might seem like a gimmick — it still does something cool and necessary — which is recycle old parts in an eco-friendly way.  Buying a product like this will not only be great for the planet, but give you cord cutter street cred in these Internet streets!

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SoundCloud Mix Two

The Trendaholic SoundCloud Mix: Two

We have more fire for you this time around on #TrendaholicTuesdays with our latest playlist called SoundCloud Mix two for the month of May. You’ll notice genres ranging from Grime, Disco, Electronic, House, Hip Hop, etc. The great part about The Trendaholic mixes is they… Read more


Spotify is going through an identity crisis

Spotify is going through an identity crisis. The number one music streaming service (if you factor in paid subscribers), is undergoing a metamorphosis that has the platform trending toward offering more video. However, venturing into a different market like this makes the company look desperate… Read more