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Pixelbook Go - Fancy Chromebook at a Price

#Google has had its turn to showcase their latest and greatest devices. One of the most talked about items is the sleek #PixelbookGo. It only weighs two... See more

Gamers, Which Capture Card Do You Use?

This is a good article comparing some of the different capture cards for #streaming your current #gameplay or for recording it to edit and upload later. A few... See more

These Headphones Will Set You Back a Cool Grand

Okay, so they're really listed for $999, but by the time you add in taxes you'll be over a grand in. They appear to be phenomenal headphones by a well-known,... See more

Take Your Best Shot

I'm looking for a new #mirrorless #camera and the #CanonEOSRP is in the lead at the moment. It's a full-frame digital camera with a touchscreen and it's light... See more

Traveling During the Upcoming Holidays?

Unfortunately, when I travel, I always bring a ton of stuff because I'm afraid I'll need it. I'm rethinking that strategy after checking out this minimalist... See more

Alexa Everything

#Amazon announced all the new smart devices we can expect to see from them and it's everything from an #Alexa powered oven to a new smart ring. There's a... See more

A Home Collection

Have you checked out this nifty home collection yet? It's filled with gadgets that make your homelife better. I'm all about the espresso maker and air... See more

IKEA and Sonos IoT Collaboration

#Ikea and #Sonos have teamed up to create #Symfonisk which is a new line of #smartspeakers built into a table lamp and bookshelf. Both devices readily support... See more

Netflix Price Hike Loses Subscribers

Did you drop your #Netflix #subscription after their recent price hike? If so, you aren't the only one. Disney's streaming service will surely cause more... See more

Yamaha's Two New Soundbars Include Alexa Voice Control

#Yamaha created two new #soundbars that have #Alexa voice control built-in. From what I can tell there's not much difference between the two models as both... See more

Salk Signature Sound Loudspeakers

I found a write up about the Salk Signature Sound (try saying that three times fast) flagship loudspeakers. Has anyone tried this brand before? I like the... See more

Major Improvements with Amazon Fire 7 Tablets

Amazon's latest Fire tablets have been upgraded, including the Kids Edition, so consumers get more value for their money. Both tablets have a faster processor... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I believe Google has a patch on the way to take care of the issue.  I'm not particularly bothered by it, I can understand why others are.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm all for taking part in a service that shows me how the setup might look in my home.  I also appreciate being able to build wish lists without tying them to one specific store. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It's just speculation since only the Pixel has the technology out of all the Android smartphones.  I bet it's more expensive for the manufacturers to include facial recognition capabilities, so I doubt it will be widely adopted.  Google's Pixel... See more
one year ago 11 Points
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Octane
My only hesitation (and it's a small one) is that I've never owned anything from this company before.  It's a good price for a gaming laptop, but it's still a significant sum to gamble.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
MSI's gaming devices tend to get long among the horde of Alienware, Razer,  Corsair, and Digital Storm devices. Mostly because they're neither truly terrible nor truly spectacular and it's a crowded market.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I wouldn't dismiss something because it lacked Wi-Fi 6 support, but I think most consumers want the latest technology because it's supposed to be better.  Maybe they think it will last longer or something.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
This was a good move for both HP and Google - especially creating a device that offers every connection option that you could possibly need.  I think the industry will be slow to change though. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It's nice to see something unique for a change.  Although, it's odd that the smartphones won't be sold in the United States when the country has embraced cryptocurrency.  
9 months ago 4 Points
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Phoenix
I'm all about PUBG at the moment.  That was a long article, but I appreciate the author's attempt to explain the issue in plain language. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Plain language or not some paragraphs took a couple read throughs to sink in.  The writer makes a strong point, but also seems to have an agenda to push.  
8 months ago 3 Points
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Garham - Edited
That was a great article.  I especially liked the 80-year-old's enthusiasm for the technology.  She seemed so thrilled that she got to experience it in her lifetime. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I picked up on that too.   It's nice to see because there's this stereotype that the older generation doesn't understand technology and doesn't want to use it.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I appreciate the informative write-up as I mostly have experience with iPad OS and Windows 10.  It's good to know what other options are out there and what they're capable of doing. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I find it odd that every single phone manufacturer is so focused on the camera.  Still, I think Google did a better job than Apple at producing something different.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Google's new voice recorder app that transcribes in real-time is impressive, especially since it works offline as well.  It would be handy for business travel. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny - Edited
"Project Soli" is a big plus for me.  I can't  tell you how many times I've had paint, food, or other debris all over my hands when the alarm went off or  I wanted to switch songs.  Being able to gesture over the phone instead of touching the... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny - Edited
Well, supposedly they will have 100 members by their launch date, so they're hardly hurting for interest.  I'm not a huge fan of Facebook, but I don't see the company or their projects failing anytime soon.  That includes Project Libra.
one year ago 16 Points
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Jade25
People will always come up with their own opinions about everything. It could have been the case in the past, but modern smartphones have cut off the power supply when the charge is full. I always charge my phone when it is on low charge.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
That's a myth that seems heavily persistent, I guess because it was true years ago.  Technology is always changing so it makes sense that how we take care of it might change too.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It takes strength to be a whistleblower.  It's incredibly wrong of Facebook to ban the guy!  Why can't Facebook just admit that they were in the wrong, correct their flaws, and move on.  Why punish the guy who was trying to make things right?
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
 I'm all about getting the new PS5, but I bet this means we'll see huge discounts on the PS4 around Black Friday and Cyber Monday.  It's worth keeping an eye on for those who don't care about acquiring the newest models as they come out.  
one year ago 11 Points
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Octane
To  me, a bigger screen is great for watching movies and reading e-books so I'm all for it.  Plus the price is nice for an Apple device.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I've ordered one simply because of the larger screen.  I figured the rumors about Apple turning out a new basic device would turn out to be untrue, but I'm glad I was wrong.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I can never have too many flash drives.  I carry three on my key chain at all times.  One contains copies of my essential documents in case of a disaster.  Another has all the work materials that I'm likely to access at  home.  And the last one... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Very nice!  I believe this is the first of its kind that's meant for a broad range of gamers instead of just the ones who play competitively for a living. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I love the magnetic wraparound keyboard!  It makes this device super flexible and was a brilliant idea.  I'm interested in getting one of these when they finally come out.
8 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
It's been a long time since I bought a new game.  Which of the soon to be released games do you guys recommend I try?
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Do you like battle royale games  where the last man standing wins?  If so, try the Apex Legends Bloodhound Edition, which comes out mid-month.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
You know, I'd probably just go ahead and pony up the $40 - $70 for the better model with the pop-up camera. That's what sets it apart from many other phones.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It's been dropped by T-mobile as its sales are declining, at least with them.  That doesn't surprise me since the phone and its creator aren't well-known in many circles. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It fits streaming culture perfectly and I see this becoming popular.  Razer knows its customer well.   It's a condenser microphone that's supposed to be built to last.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm all for adding extra functionality to devices.  A digital clock might not be the most exciting thing, but it's practical and useful.  I think it's a great update.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It truthfully doesn't matter to me either way.  I mostly use Facebook for memes and cute animal pictures.  I think it's a bad brand decision, though since Facebook is known for that specific feature. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I don't think I'd be comfortable with Amazon listening to me all day.  That's a lot of microphone power to wear on your face everyday.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Google Glass made people cringe, but that was a long time ago in tech years.  I think we've come to accept corporate surveillance as part of life so long as it offers us more convenience.  After all, no one batted an eye at Bose sunglasses which... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm not planning to pick up this watch since I have the Series 4.  It's not hard to find discontinued models, so just look around if that's the one you like best. Look for authorized resellers if you're worried about authenticity.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Wow, I had no idea that regular folks could get their hands on this stuff.  I always just assumed it was geared towards theme parks and businesses.  Some of it's super expensive, but I saw quite a few affordable things too.
9 months ago 10 Points
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Codechaser
I'm sorry to hear about the  demise of your beloved coffee maker.  I have the Illy coffee machine, but I hardly ever use it because one cup is never enough.  It seems bad for the environment so I cringe when I do use it.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I love my Illy coffee maker.  It makes the perfect amount for me and it's super easy to work.  I agree with you about the environmental impact though.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm glad they added more LED-based sensors for improved heart monitoring.   But will it still work after getting submerged in water for weeks or months, because apparently, the Apple Watch managed that feat.  
one year ago 26 Points
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Gamerglitter - Edited
In other words, if you commit a crime while wearing an Apple Watch, you can't get rid of the GPS evidence by throwing it into a body of water.  Got it.  I guess I watch too much CSI.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I never thought of that, but you're right.  From the article it sounds like it was officers who were recovering the watches.  It's amazing that an Apple Watch can survive that long in adverse conditions.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny - Edited
@Silentcrescendo I gifted the infant changing pad/scale combo to my sister and she really likes it.  It's easy to work and it's very helpful.  That's a nice little collection that @Baloyi5 made.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I absolutely love both of these and so do my two dogs.  Of course, virtual play isn't the same as being there in person, but both of these smart dog toys are great when I'm in a pinch.  I like being able to check on my dogs anytime I'd like to.
one year ago 36 Points
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Hazard
This is a great one and I guess no one had foreseen a standard lamp that also functions as a smart speaker. It's only downside would be that you need to purchase two of the same speakers for stereo sound to be set up.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I noticed that too, but it isn't a deal breaker for me.  I'd need at least two lamps anyway, one on each nightstand.  I bet that will make a difference to many buyers though.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
That was a fun read!  I love dabbling in photography and a good lens makes all the difference in picture quality.  I can't believe they took it apart and without the manual no less.  It's a shame that the lens gets dusty, so quickly, even with... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I agree with the article that the price is probably that high so the site can allow gamers to pre-order the console while protecting the company.  Imagine thinking that the console was $350 only to see on your credit card statement that you... See more
VeryPunny commented on Which to Buy?
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
The used identifiers confuse me too sometimes.  I'm not opposed to buying used devices so long as they've been checked over and they have new batteries. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
That's a nice collection by an obvious Oculus fan. I prefer the Oculus branded headsets to other brands as well.   It's amazing how far VR gaming has come since its infancy.  
9 months ago 8 Points
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Apocalips
Won't the tablet be unstable when the stylus is stored like that? Maybe they can move the space a bit downwards, so the stylus will lift the tablet equally like a holder when it's not in use. Well, it's just a theory right now, so we'll see how... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I see what you mean,  but my Dell laptop has a similar bump that is meant to help with venting.  Nothing wiggles around when I use it.  Maybe the tablet will work the same with the stylus hideaway. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Very nice!   I think the Bose sunglasses play music and do some other things too, but I agree that they're too bulky.  Overall, I think it's a fantastic collection full of things I'd  like to own. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Huawei was caught spying by several nations, not just the United States.  They're hardly innocent. I'm not saying that the US is pure by any means, but it's silly to act as though Huawei wasn't a bad actor. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I haven't heard of the CAT branded phone either, but I'd love to try one out.  I'm pretty surprised that Apple's phones are so far behind the others in terms of lasting battery life. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm not a Huawei user, but I know they make decent smartphones that are affordable.  I'd hate to see U.S. consumers lose access to that.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Thanks for sharing this deal.  I have the mini version and I've been looking to upgrade to a larger tablet.  That's a great discount on this model. 
9 months ago 1 Point
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Boilerplate - Edited
I like the added cover to the new device as shown, but I'm surprised that Echo users of all types didn't expect that actual humans might hear some of their conversations with Alexa.  How else is Amazon supposed to improve its algorithms?
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Well, Amazon could hire beta testers like technology companies used to do in order to improve their devices.  If they don't want to spend the cash, they could at least ask Echo owners for consent and allow people to opt out.  
9 months ago 1 Point
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Boilerplate
I hate to see it go, but I was glad to learn that you can still buy music for less than a buck in the iTunes Music Store.  It just seems weird to split it like they have.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Oh, that's good to know!  When I first heard about the change I assumed you had to subscribe to Apple Music if you wanted to hear anything new.  Thanks for sharing!
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny - Edited
I want one of these!  Finally, something comes out that's innovative - too bad it's just a prototype right now.  I hope Intel makes this happen.  I'd use it to clean up photos and videos.  I'd use it for gaming and for work as well. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It looks like an incredibly nice camera.  Since it's been specially made with film production in mind, I wonder if it will terribly difficult to use for the average hobbyist?
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm excited to see the exciting new features that will come along with this update.  I'm sad to see iTunes go though.  It's the end of an era. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
These gaming laptops might seem more expensive than the cheaper models, but just remember that you get what you pay for.  The cooling fan is supposed to work remarkably well on these which saves your graphics  card.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny - Edited
I have an older model and it's held up well for years.  I'm considering upgrading to this one since it seems much improved from my old standby.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
That's an interesting solution.  Knock on wood, but so far I haven't faced any issues when streaming videos, but at least I know how to speed things up if needed.  Thanks!
one year ago 23 Points
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Aba1940 - Edited
I would take advantage of such a partnership especially bearing in mind that Kohl’s accepts items without a box or shipping label, free of charge. The fact that Kohl's stock rose up 9 percent is further testament that this partnership is... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Oh, that's an excellent point about Kohl's stock price!  Amazon's stock price has skyrocketed out of my budget, so maybe investing in Kohl's is the next best thing.  I'll keep my eye on that. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I think it's a bad idea to buy the first of any new model.  Early adopters work out the kinks and glitches. I like the idea behind it though. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I wish I'd had something like this during my Anatomy and Physiology days.  We took samples of everything and it would have been fun to document it.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Tech companies seeking huge tax breaks, underpaying their staff, and hiring contractors instead of employees are the problem not the solution.  It's not as though it's a big secret.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It's awful that so many disadvantaged states without other industries are going to be hit the hardest.  Those are conservative states too.  I doubt there will many programs offering a leg up.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
The jury is still out for me as to their intentions.  Really though, I'm surprised they didn't lock things down when adblockers first became popular.  I bet most other browsers will follow suit.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm aggravated by all the price hikes considering that these companies got huge tax cuts from the government.  I guess corporations just always want more. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Consumers buy Apple products because they want a top-notch device with all the bells and whistles.  I don't think a budget device will hold much appeal.  I'm surprised by Apple's move and I think they're devaluing the brand. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
The commercials are highly convincing and make me want one of these!  However, I don't like that you have to pay a monthly subscription fee for their classes. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm already struggling to keep my New Year's resolutions.  I'm going to try one of these apps to keep me going.  I'll probably start with My Fitness Pal.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It's a cute idea, but sadly, I think my cats would be too afraid to eat out of it.  I wonder how often that happens.  
one year ago 29 Points
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Jamiex
These tips are really useful, irrespective of anyone's level of expertise. It is actually true that the Google Home Speakers can control any smart home product already owned.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I got one for Christmas and the tips helped speed things up and taught me some new tricks.  I like owning one so far! The device is really useful. 
one year ago 15 Points
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Piperz
I have tried to learn how to code so many times, but I always end up getting confused and frustrated - then I quit. I haven't tried in awhile. Maybe it would be worthwhile to sign up for one of these online academies.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
That's me too.  I've tried learning Python and just couldn't keep up.  It's hard to wrap my mind around it.  I'm planning to try Code Academy next.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
That's how I felt Ankara.  Traveling on an airplane seemed scary at first, but I couldn't remain terrified when looking down at the landscape below us was so thrilling.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Wow, I'm surprised that Fortnite pulled in that much money for Epic Games!  It looks like they made a good bet on the fremium model being the wave of the future.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I listen to the Radio Diaries podcast and it's entertaining.  I've actually learned a lot from that podcast.  I'll download some of their other suggestions later today.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Leaks like this get  me all pumped up for features that may never come.  It definitely raises my level of expectation even though I know it's silly.  I'm sure Samsung will come up with something great though.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny - Edited
I truly wish Theranos had been able to create the blood-testing technology they so famously touted.  It's a shame it was all a fraud in end!
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm intrigued by the Microsoft Surface device.  I have an iPad and Fire tablet.  I mostly use them for games and reading rather than work.  
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
There should be a separate road for self-driving cars because human-driven cars could pose a potential threat to these autonomous cars. Better yet, let us make these self-driven cars to have the capability to fly so they won't be stuck in a... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
 I bet it's only a matter of time, Altair, before all those capabilities are invented.  I enjoyed the article and appreciate how simple they made it to follow.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I have been using VeraCrypt to protect the data on my laptop and need to set it up on my phone too.  I appreciate the reminder.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I would love to learn how to code.  I've tried to learn Python in the past, but I just couldn't keep up with it due to work and other obligations.  I'm going to buckle down and try again. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm planning to upgrade my Apple iPad mini, so I'm not in the market for a Google Pixel Slate, but I can see the appeal.  In the past, though, Google hasn't produced the best tablets and phones.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I have an OLED television and there are definite cons to owning one.  Like the article mentioned, the screen isn't that bright.  I think it's hard to see during the daytime.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm with you, Piperz, I'd much rather see my doctor in person than over Skype.  I'm afraid the doctor might miss something that is more readily discernible in person.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Honestly, I never thought they'd get this far.  I didn't think it was possible.  Now I realize I was naive and I'm getting worried about how we'll all adapt.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I don't think the technology is there yet.  A startup can claim any goal, but developers have yet to master the full-sized version.  Usually we fix all the flaws in the original designs before creating minis.  At least that's how I see it. 
one year ago 21 Points
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Sphera
If our phone is truly able to analyze more than ten thousands elements of our face to create the face ID, then I think it is as safe as the fingerprints in terms of being unique. However, faces often temporarily change. What happens when we put... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny - Edited
I thought about that too - especially with the amount of plastic surgery and weight gain/loss that seems popular today.  I'm leery of face scanners for privacy reasons and dread the day when it becomes almost mandatory because every piece of... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I think there's room for both Apple and Android tablets in the market.  I have an Amazon Fire Tablet for travel and fun and an Apple iPad for work.  They each have their uses.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It will probably affect the stock price of both companies more than anything else.  It's silly though, because they're wasting money by not negotiating with each other.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
We have access to hardware, software, supplies, and such both at home and at the office.  I've found that it creates an environment of a 24-7 work period.  I'm sure it depends on the company and boss, but making it easier to work at home never... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
"Better than good enough" seems like damning with faint praise.  I think the XR model is excellent and like most things made by Apple, it will perform well and be a big hit.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Just in time for Halloween, of course!  I guess it would be a useful feature during a toddler's nap, so the poor thing doesn't get woken up.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I'm looking forward to an update and hope Apple solves some of the user problems that have been mentioned and ignored before.  Well see what happens.
one year ago 6 Points
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Archie
It doesn't look like an attempt to further understand the market to me. I'm not entirely sure, but I think outsourcing is cheaper than working on the phones by themselves. I think they are kind of giving up winning the market in China.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I agree with Archie.  I suspect they believe Apple has it in the bag.  Is it still cheaper to outsource once you account for quality control issues?
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I agree wholeheartedly about the price of GoPro's accessories!  It's ridiculous for what you get.  The case you shared and extras look appealing.  I wish I had thought to check for alternatives instead of paying for branded accessories.  Lesson... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Jeremiah, I'm no expert, but I think both hardware and software can contain vulnerabilities including computer chips.  There's a lot of hoopla about China allegedly placing malware on certain computer chips.  Remember Spectre and Meltdown? ... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I bet it would become uncomfortable to wear after a while.  Imagine banging the battery portion into stuff accidentally.  That said, I don't mind taking a risk on Kickstarter campaigns.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
Don't get me wrong, everything here looks cool and sounds like a functionally great idea.  I just don't trust Facebook as a company to allow them that much access to my life.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
It's been a while since they've produced something that's truly innovative.  I think Steve Jobs being gone has affected the company.  Also, young people have less disposable income than ever and they're typically the Apple demographic.  I guess... See more
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I bet if Apple made their own chips they'd be more secure from malware since criminals usually target the majority.  I'm not sure about other benefits though.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
I've noticed I'm getting tracked across the web, even when I've asked not to be.  Is it just me or are the big companies, like Google, the worst offenders?
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
According to the article, the battery only lasts that long when it's left in smartwatch mode, so no using GPS or other important features.  That's a big trade-off.
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
This is concerning to me, even though it might be silly to jump on the fear bandwagon.  Facebook has lost all goodwill since their last scandal.  
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
How interesting that roses don't have the enzyme necessary to create blue pigment without scientific interference.  Yet, they've appeared in literature before any of that was made possible. 
one year ago 6 Points
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Verypunny
The intent behind the bias counts a great deal to me.  The AI wasn't intending to push aside females.  It didn't have a bone to pick or a desire to keep women out of the profession.  

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