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I like to streamline my gear as much as the next minimalist, but there is a benefit to owning multiples of certain products. Power/data cables for mobile devices? You never want to run out of those. Speakers? Yeah, it’s cool to have a personal, portable one as well as a big, room-rocking unit. Bags? Absolutely.
Until recently, public schools were almost solely relying on driver’s education curricula and teaching methods that hadn’t been updated for decades.
Windows 10 and the unofficial build 9901; what you should know.
Worried about finding yourself in an emergency situation, unprepared? These apps and gadgets can help ease your mind.
With so many portable chargers on the market, it’s not often that one actually catches my attention for being unique. Such is the case for the Waka Waka Solar Powered Charger + Light. The charger itself is pretty standard: after being charged itself, it can power your smartphone and provide light; however, the Waka Waka has a humanitarian concept behind it that makes it a charger I can get behind.
A hostage crisis has been playing out in the Central Business District of Sydney, Australia since Monday morning. During that hostage crisis, prices for transportation service Uber jumped to four times what they usually are. In response to the price jumps, which were heavily criticized, Uber is offering refunds and free rides. The hostage crisis resulted in demand being “off the charts,” according to Uber, and that triggered the price increase.
Looking for an awesome gadget for yourself or someone else? Put these five on your list.
A new gadget called the iBill could greatly help blind and deaf people who have a hard time reading dollar bills. Unlike some other currencies around the world, the US uses the same size and form for its bills, making it difficult to read bills without physically seeing them. The device can be placed on a bill to read its value either out-loud or through headphones, and it even has a vibration read-out option that can be used by those unable to hear as well.
I love music and I love it loud. There’s something about having speakers blast out tracks at high levels that amps the excitement. However, not everyone agrees. The kids and dogs easily consider loud music excessive to their hearing, which is why I play my stuff at moderate levels when at home.
Worried about your pants falling off your hips and your smartphone running out of juice at the same time? I definitely am. That’s why it’s a good thing the Xoo Belt will soon exist.
Not sure what to get your college student for the holidays? Check out these helpful, student-friendly gadgets.
Japanese technology company Sony has revealed it will begin shipping a new 21-megapixel smartphone image sensor next year. The company is already behind some of the best mobile image sensors, and the upgraded 21MP sensor will only add to Sony’s good reputation in the market. Sony’s Exmor RS IMX230 sensor has a higher megapixel count and faster auto-focus, according to a statement from Sony.