Yup, Toys R Us is back, and my inner child is ecstatic!
In recent years, we've closely followed the rollercoaster journey of the Toys R Us retail chain—from its heart-breaking closure to now the prospect of a comeback.
The store, a cherished haven for generations of American kids, is staging a surprising return. Initially, it made a cameo as a pop-up or a section within Macy's.
However, in a twist akin to a toy miracle, CNBC reports that Toys R Us is set to open a new physical store in Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport's Terminal A this November. The plan is to extend this resurrection to 24 locations, strategically placed in airports, cruise ships, and beyond.
Yup, you can now have Uber return all the amazon crap you don’t want!
Uber is now offering a new service allowing users to send packages through their rideshare drivers to the post office, UPS or FedEx.
This convenient option aims to simplify the shipping process for users, who can request a driver to pick up and drop off packages.
This move expands Uber's services beyond traditional transportation, catering to the growing demand for efficient and flexible delivery solutions.
The feature, deemed “Return a Package”, will be available today in 5,000 cities across the US, costing users a flat rate of $5, or $3 if you’re an Uber One member.
Yup, white paint might be the answer to your high AC bills!
A breakthrough in cooling technology: A scientist has developed the world's whitest paint, reflecting 98.1% of sunlight and emitting infrared heat.
This innovation aims to combat climate change by reducing the need for air conditioning and lowering energy consumption. Not to mention that fact that it can also help save your energy bill!
The paint's high reflectivity could be used to help cool commercial buildings as well, lessening the urban heat island effect. A promising step towards sustainable architecture and addressing global warming.