November 26, 2018

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Lifestyle

The Rise of Wellbeing Features

What really happens to tech left unchecked? Does it grow stagnant? Does it become Skynet? Does it become a world saver? Well, it seems that tech that’s left unchecked is something that leads back to itself. Google’s rollout of the Digital Wellbeing feature in the Pixel, their newest mobile operating system (OS), solves the problem

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Appliances

How Smart Should Your Home Be?

Amazon’s wide release of their smart appliances brought the smart home to the mainstream. More than that, they introduced products that weren’t in the smart home ecosystem before, primarily the Alexa microwave, clock, and amp. If there was a landmark moment when Internet of Things (IoT) really went public, it’s probably the day when Amazon

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Cameras

It’s Okay for Smartphone Cameras to Not Be DSLR Good

It’s often lost in users how amazing it is that their smartphones are much more powerful than the computer that accompanied humans in their journey to the Moon. Those computers were a lot more purposeful, just to set it straight, but mid-range phones today blow them out of the water when it comes to processing

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Lifestyle

When Tech Development Goes Public: From Wondrous to Wacky

Kickstarter and Indiegogo are one of those things about life today that would seem a fantasy even a decade ago. A voluntarily funded project, which usually involve a trinket with a very specific use no manufacturer bothered to create, has become a path for many thinkers and inventors to realize their vision. It’s a welcome

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Smartphones

There’s Not Enough Value in Flagship Smartphones

Smartphones, or mobile technology in general, is in a purple patch right now. From a market that only had five or six recognizable names, it ballooned to a diverse sector with so many manufacturers that it’s hard to keep up. Amazon is flooded with off-brand Android smartphones, and the list is only growing. Apple is

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