Archive for the ‘Living’ Category

World Humanitarian Day

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Despite living in the most technologically advanced era in human history, when communication avails news from across the globe almost as fast as it unfolds – making the world a smaller, more connected place – it seems, at times, we are more fragmented and disconnected than ever before. Yes, our society provides a lot of […]

Misfit Speedo Shine

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The Speedo Shine is a new version of Misfit’s tiny fitness tracker, which was launched all the way back in 2013. Unlike the original release, the new tracker is aimed at swimming, offering accurate tracking for any stroke type. Like the original Shine, the new product tracks steps and calories, as well as monitoring sleep. […]

Apple CarPlay is Coming

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In many senses, Apple‘s CarPlay is the one of the most logical releases from Cupertino in several years. People around the world have iPhones and also drive, and too many have been frustrated by a lack of connectivity between the two. CarPlay will be available on select cars beginning this year, allowing iPhones to take over a car’s […]

Zubie Makes Driving Easier, Safer and Cheaper

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This post brought to you by Zubie. All opinions are 100% ours. Zubie, is a dongle  or “key” that connects to your car’s on-board diagnostic port (OBD) and using its proprietary always-on technology called AlwaysSmart™, it transmits your car and driving data to the cloud via its built-in cellular data connection and beams it to […]

Aerolife Nutrition

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This post brought to you by AeroLife™ . All opinions are 100% mine. Waking up tired; food comas; late-afternoon slumps; exhaustion after a simple workout. We’ve all experienced these symptoms at least once, not due to chronic fatigue but because work demands have us burning the midnight oil, or a little over indulgence come eating […]

Pacemaker for iPad

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A unique tool for amateur and professional DJs alike, the Apple iPad premieres its newest simulated turntable app from Pacemaker. With its thoughtfully intuitive design, mixing your favorite music becomes as easy as downloading the free app from the iTunes store. The Pacemaker’s selling point however, is its ability to connect with Spotify – the first DJ-app to do […]

Jawbone ERA

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Jawbone recently introduced the ERA, its smallest, lightest and most ergonomic Bluetooth headset to date. Three years in the making, the ERA boasts a new shape that uses the natural contour of the ear, allowing it to be comfortably worn throughout the day as the user listens to music, makes calls and communicates with virtual assistant […]

Dropcam Makes Video Monitoring Uber Easy

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This post brought to you by Dropcam. All opinions are 100% mine. Dropcam is an award winning Wi-Fi video & cloud monitoring service with free live streaming, two-way talk and remote viewing, allowing you to keep tabs or ‘drop’ in on the things you care about, such as your home, people and pets, regardless of […]

JBL Authentic L16

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Blending acoustic heritage with modern wireless performance, JBL announces the latest entry to its Authentic series with the L16 wireless speaker. Designed with a retro-styled walnut-veneered housing and removable grill, the L16’s timeless aesthetic sits well in just about any interior setting. Pairing its appearance with six 50W amplifiers driving six internal speakers, this device delivers exceptional […]

Google’s Smart Contact Lens

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Google Glass has yet to reach the market but Google is already working on its latest wearable technology with a new smart contact lens in development. Primarily designed for medical applications for now, the new lens is made up of two layers of “biocompatible” lens material with a wireless chip, antenna, and a sensor sandwiched in between. The […]

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