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Tailgating Tips Worthy of the Hall of Fame

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The best tailgate setups require more than burgers, hot dogs and a cooler full of beverages. It needs to look great, function and provide a place to have a good time. Fortunately, creating your pregame paradise is easier than you think. Covering a few key categories guarantees your team spirit stands out and makes you the talk of the tailgate.

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How to Pack the Ultimate Hurricane Survival Kit

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From late May through the end of November, the National Hurricane Center works diligently to identify areas of low pressure that could turn into hurricanes or tropical storms. For many in the Caribbean and along the southern edge of North America, hurricanes or strong storms are an annual occurrence that could prove to be deadly. The damage done by Hurricanes like Sandy, Matthew, Harvey, Maria and others have proven that the best way to protect yourself is to be informed, plan ahead and take action.

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Topics: How To, Safety & Security, Power

Down to the Wire: USB-C vs. Qi Charger

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Just when you get used to the latest tech, it’s replaced by something better. With each iteration, speeds are increased, memory and storage are packed into tinier spaces and the convenience with which consumers can access this new discovery is improved. Currently, the old standards of powering and charging devices are being replaced by two emerging contenders — USB-C and Qi.

But which one is right for you? Here’s a list of some of the benefits to help you decide!

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Topics: Insider, Power

The Road Trip Survival List You Need to See

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Summer’s finally here, and if you’ve been cooped up indoors for months, it’s time to hit the road and go exploring. But, before you set out on your adventure, check our road trip survival list of handy tips that are sure to keep your road trip fun and enjoyable!

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Topics: Mobility, Power

How to Protect Yourself (and Your Tech) from a Lightning Storm

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Although summer brings with it exciting adventures, time with family and friends and more, it also brings thunderstorms. Nothing can ruin a great day outside like a thunderstorm, especially if lightning is involved. That is why the National Weather Service conducts an annual campaign called Lightning Safety Week that has run through the first week of summer every year since 2001. The goal of Lightning Safety Week is to bring awareness to one of the most frequent, yet underrated, storm-related killers — lightning.

Each day of Lightning Safety Week shines a light on a different aspect of lightning safety. Knowledge is power, and a greater understanding of what lightning is and why it is so dangerous is key to protecting yourself and your home against it.

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Topics: Safety & Security, News, Power