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6 of the best exercise bikes for keeping fit at home

6 of the best exercise bikes for keeping fit at home

We’ve lined up a selection of the best exercise bikes to help you keep fit at home, including models from top fitness brands like Reebok, NordicTrack, and Peloton. Best for classes Peloton Bike The Peloton bike lets you feel the energy of instructor-led studio rides at home. £1,990 from Peloton Best for beginners JLL JF100 Exercise Bike This exercise bike is affordable, compact, and smooth to pedal. £125.99 from Amazon Best for storage Roger Black Folding Exercise Bike This bike is great if you want to exercise at home but don’t have much storage space. £99.99 from Argos By Joseph Green2020-06-04 04:00:00 UTC

Working out and staying fit is difficult at the best of times, even

Score a Shark vacuum for up to $150 off during this Best Buy sale

Score a Shark vacuum for up to $150 off during this Best Buy sale

All products featured here are independently selected by our editors and writers.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Image: shark / mashable composite By Haley HenschelMashable Shopping2020-06-03 09:39:17 -0700

Getting pumped about buying a new vacuum cleaner is maybe the surest sign you’ve entered adulthood — or that you’re turning into Danny Tanner.

I got a new vacuum cleaner today and I’m excited. Wtf has happened to me?

— bob saget (@bobsaget) May 12, 2020

Whatever the case may be, you definitely don’t want to miss the Shark vacuum sale that’s now happening at Best Buy: For a limited time, select models are marked down as much as $150 (including Shark’s smart new robot vacuum, which can connect to WiFi and empty its own bin). If you haven’t yet tackled your spring cleaning to-do list, it’s

BBC launches voice assistant that will learn regional accents

BBC launches voice assistant that will learn regional accents

“OK Beeb.” Image: Getty Images By Rachel Thompson2020-06-03 12:19:43 UTC

It’s a highly frustrating moment talking to a voice assistant that doesn’t understand your regional accent. But a new voice assistant launched by the BBC will learn UK regional accents to ensure you don’t have to attempt to alter your accent in order to be understood. 

That voice assistant is called Beeb — a nod to the BBC’s nickname — and it’s just been released in beta form for a select group of users to try out. Those users are UK-based members of Microsoft’s Windows Insider Programme, a group of early adopters who test new tech and suggest improvements. 

Beeb can play BBC radio, music, podcasts, news, and weather. But it also has a number of fun features that users can make use of. If you ask to hear a joke, you’ll hear one written by the BBC comedy