How to quit your tech: a beginner’s guide to divorcing your phone

January 18, 2018

Six very busy parties aim a digital detox What’s the first thing you do when you wake up? Spoke the story? Check your emails? Scroll through social media? Now, guess your phone’s not in the room. If that attains you feel aimless or uncomfortable, it may be season for a digital detox. This doesn’t have to be about giving up the digital world-wide absolutely, says Time To Enter Off and…

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China Neck and Neck With Silicon Valley In Showcasing Auto Tech at CES

January 15, 2018

After years of predictions that Chinese technology firms were coming to America, the lineup at this year’s CES showed that they’re lastly here. Of the 4,500 exhibitors at the annual event — a world stage to showcase recent developments in biggest contraption reveal on the planet has become a key stomping ground for Chinese startups, extremely makers of autonomous and electric vehicles, as they seek to disrupt the world passenger-car…

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You can say what you like on Twitter as long as youre US president | Christian Christensen

January 11, 2018

Is the social media company so relaxed about Trumps tweets because it gains so much from them, asks Christian Christensen, journalism professor at Stockholm University What does it take to get kicked off of Twitter, even for just one day? How about issuing to 46 million followers recent blogpost, Twitter wrote that: Blocking a world leader from Twitter or removing their controversial tweets would hide important information people should be…

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How smart speakers stole the show from smartphones

January 9, 2018

Amazon and Google believe theyve struck gold with their voice-controlled speakers while Apple and Microsoft struggle to catch up Move over smartphones. The battle now raging between the big technology companies for consumer cash is focused on the voice-controlled smart speaker. Having already conquered the pocket with the ubiquitous smartphone, big tech has been struggling to come up with the next must-have gadget that will open up a potentially lucrative…

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Spectre and Meltdown processor security flaws explained

January 9, 2018

What are Meltdown and Spectre? Do they only affect Intel chips? Will the fixes slow my computer and what even is a processor? Meltdown and Spectre are the names of Apple advised customers in a blog post to update their devices operating systems and only download software from trusted sources such as the App Store. The company also said that there are no known exploits impacting customers at this time….

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Mom’s attempt to use Animoji to send her daughter a message goes hilariously wrong

January 2, 2018

Parents and technology aren’t ever a accord induced in heaven. But, one mother’s attempt to use Animoji to send a message to her daughter proceeded hilariously mistaken when she submitted to a coughing fit mid-way through the send. SEE ALSO: Apple has officially climbed on the Animoji karaoke bandwagon Twitter user’s @< strong> nmariesinclair video of her mother’s disastrous-yet-brilliant Animoji fail ran viral, gaining more than 6million views, and nearly…

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Forget Juicero, here are the tech gadgets we can actually get excited about in 2018

January 2, 2018

If this years $120m juicing flop gave you reason to doubt in human ingenuity, take heart in these incredible inventions to come: from an artificial kidney to a breast pump you might actually want to use Silicon Valley lost a valiant soldier in 2017. Internet-connected juice maker Juicero, funded to the tune of $120m, drowned in schadenfreude after it was discovered that its pre-portioned $7 packets of fruit and veg…

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The 40 best gadgets of 2017

November 24, 2017

The definitive list of tech and luxury items to have in your pocket, in your home and parked outside 1 TOY ROBOTNintendo Switch (280) modular gaming tablet offers an entirely new approach to video-gaming, merging the Wii and the DS in a convivial hybrid. As testament to its success, more and more non-Nintendo games are being released for the device and video streaming services are coming soon. 3 INTERACTIVE TOUCH-SCREEN…

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Germany bans children’s ‘smart’ watches over surveillance concerns

November 18, 2017

Telecoms regulator urges parents to destroy the devices, which have been used to listen in on classroom lessons Germanys telecoms regulator has bannedthe sale of smart watches that can be used by parents to check on their children, saying the devices violated Germanys strict surveillance laws. The Federal Network Agency said it had already taken action against several firms that sell the watches online but did not name them. It…

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Apple 13in MacBook Pro (2017) review: battery life to get through a working day

November 17, 2017

With its build quality, excellent keyboard and improved longevity, this is one of the nicest computers you can buy but it will cost you Apples 13in MacBook Pro for 2017 now has battery life that matches the power of the hardware and the beauty of the design, even if it is still very expensive. When the new, redesigned MacBook Pro was iPhone X comes with with Face ID it perhaps…

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