April 2015

Tag Heuer, Google and Intel: Android Wear Smartwatch It is no surprise that Apple’s smartwatch announcement took the technology world by storm, but they aren’t the only company investing in wearable tech. Tag Heuer, Google and Intel have recently announced their own partnership to produce the “world’s first luxury Android Wear smartwatch”. The watch, still…

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April 2016

Money Saving Apps: New Electronic Financial Tools   We are always on the lookout for new apps, and there is no shortage when it comes to those gaining popularity for helping Americans save money. New financial apps like Qapital, Digit, Dyme, and Acorns, among many others are striving to take advantage of mobile technology, using…

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April 2017

Blippar App: Augmented-Reality Meet Blippar, the augmented-reality app introducing facial recognition software to the masses. This app is the world’s first facial recognition for phones, allowing users to scan faces via their smartphones and profile them. When using the app, people will have the ability to scan a face in print, on TV, or in…

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April 2018

Drone Usage Though law enforcement and emergency responders have been using drones to give them an ‘eye in the sky’ for years, they may soon provide ears as well. Verizon and AT&T are both exploring using unmanned aerial vehicles as flying mobile hot spots to provide phone and other services when cell towers are down…

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April 2019

Apple TV Plus Here’s what we really know – and don’t know – about Apple TV Plus. At its headquarters in Cupertino, CA, Apple finally revealed plans to launch Apple TV Plus, a subscription service for exclusive original shows and movies. The new service will live inside Apple’s revamped TV app sitting next to other…

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August 2014

Use WeMo and Keep Your Bills Under Control The first step towards reining in your office’s power bill is understanding it better – and the new Belkin WeMo Insight Switch is here to make that simple for you. In an office environment, computers, lights, and temperature control can all be easily identified as energy hogs.…

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August 2016

NYC’s MTA: Wi-Fi Inside Your Subway Car   The MTA has been racing to install wireless Internet inside subway stations by the end of the year; about half of the city’s 278 underground stations have accessible cellular service and Wi-Fi so far. Now the MTA is aiming to also take on the task of installing…

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August 2017

Roomba: Clean and Collect Data If you own one of iRobot’s high end robotic vacuums, a Roomba, you might be getting rid of more than just dusty floors. Your smart vacuum is also collecting data as it cleans, like the location of your walls and furniture. While this seems natural in order for the vacuum…

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August 2019

Say Goodbye to Skype Skype for Business Online has announced its retirement in the summer of 2021. After July 31, 2021, the Skype for Business Online service will no longer be accessible or supported. Current users will not experience any change in their service and will be able to continue adding users as needed. In…

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December 2014

KeyMe: Digitally Copy Your Keys KeyMe is your solution if you often find yourself with lost house keys, and not enough money to continue changing your locks. The KeyMe service lets customers store digital copies of their keys. These copies can then be physically made from a computer or iPhone and sent to your home…

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