Emily Vsetula

Emily is in the program Mass Communications: Journalism and Media Studies at the University of South Florida in Saint Petersburg. She is also a writer for a fitness blog, Azumio, and in her free time she contributes to her school's newspaper, the Crows Nest. On the weekends, you might find her at the Saturday Morning Market working under the Mother Kombucha tent or blissfully rollerblading in Vinoy Park. IG: @emmysnews

New Extreme Sport: synchronized binge-watching and peddling! Made possible with Harvil’s Foldable Exercise Bike

Exercising might have just gotten a lot more convenient… no more excuses! With this foldable exercise bike, now we can ride essentially anywhere. It’s slim design and foldable technology allows wonderful transportation abilities and very easy storage. The assembled dimensions are 26.4 in L x 20 in W x 46 in H and it weighs …

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Petcube now allows long-distance relationships with our pets

In 2013, the Gadgeteer introduced the Petcube to the world in the following news post: Your pet doesn’t have to be lonely when he’s home alone Now, in 2017, we are introducing the new and improved Petcube Bites for modern and busy pet owners’ homes. The concept is the same– to be able to give …

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No more swallowing horse pills with Tespo’s Vitamin Dispenser

Nobody likes the feeling of swallowing a large pill, especially without a beverage. Well with Tespo’s new Vitamin Countertop Dispenser, your vitamin is your beverage. There are a variety of supplements to choose from including multivitamin pods for children, men, women, sleep aid, caffeine, and energy, focus with eye health support, menopause relief, hair, skin, …

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Your next vacation is only $15 with Google Cardboard

Google Cardboard may be Google’s cheapest luxury. For only $15, you can virtually enter any world or environment of your choice. Manufacturers in competition with Google are selling high technology virtual reality goggles for $70-$600! Not only are these glasses expensive, but they contain a strap with which you are supposed to attach the device …

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