After a year-long battle of #userprivacy woes, #Facebook now lets users see where their advertisers get your #data. The article discuses how you can view that... See more
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There's another new wireless charger on the market not created by #Apple that works with #AirPods and #iPhones. #TwelveSouth released their new #HiRise... See more
TwelveSouth launches HiRise Wireless stand, features removable Qi charging pad for travel and AirPods charging - 9to5Mac TwelveSouth today launched a new accessory for iPhone and AirPods owners: the Twelve South HiRise Wireless. It’s the latest incarnation of their popular HiRise vertical stand. The vertical stand features a Qi charging pad, holding your phone upright on your desk whilst it wirelessly charges. The Qi ‘Power Disc’ is independent and can be removed […] 9TO5MAC.COM
There's a lot you can do with a #RaspberryPi and the latest model includes more #RAM, a faster #CPU, and new ports so it's USB-C compatible. It should be... See more
Do you agree with their list? I think a good soundbar can really elevate the experience, but I'm not sure that smartphone controlled LED strip lights will... See more
Check this out! Fitbit launched four new wearables that run $160 or under meaning you get more for less.
Fitbit's Cheap New Trackers Undercut the Apple Watch by a Ton Apple might dominate when it comes to smartwatch sales, but Fitbit’s looking to make a dent in its lead by launching four new devices today: the Fitbit Versa Lite Edition, the Inspire and Inspire HR, and the Ace 2. As its name suggests, the Versa Lite is a streamlined version of its popular Versa smartwatch. Meanwhile, the Inspire and Inspire HR will replace Fitbit’s lower end trackers, and the Ace 2 is an updated version of its child-friendly tracker. But the real kicker is that none of them cost over $160—less than half the cost of a GPS-only Apple Watch Series 4. GIZMODO.COM
What do you think bout the latest controversy surrounding smart home devices? I don't get why these companies don't just disclose when products have mics and... See more
Would you ever consider dropping all of your entertainment subscription plans? The article writer did just that, but the writer hadn't been using them often... See more
Netflix raised its prices, but so did Charter, Comcast, and Spectrum so essentially streaming is still cheaper, but the consumer still loses out since... See more
Google made a bold move to acquire some components and personnel at Fossil. Surely this is a signal that a new smartwatch is on the way.
It's easy to get bogged down in all the negative stories out there. This article shows the positive side of gaming and how creators, players, and society all... See more
Do you think it's time to embrace the robots? Although the article makes a compelling argument, I still see robots as job stealers. That's hard to embrace.
Where do you think the Internet of Things will take us in 2019? Will it continue gaining popularity and become mainstream? Anything is possible. I just hope... See more