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You probably have a lot in common with Rick Brunson. Okay, maybe you’re not an information technology consultant, and maybe
Vigo tracks your eyes and head motion for signs of drowsiness. Vigo stimulates you when you're going down, with a combination of sound, music, light, or audio alerts.
Headphones have become as much a part of today's fashion as hats were in the 1930s and appear in various styles - - - wireless, wired, Bluetooth, NFC, in-ear, over-ear and on-ear.
We dove into our piles of gadgets and discovered we unintentionally left four noteworthy items out of our past blogs. There are probably more, but we haven't yet worked our way down to the deepest depths of the piles of boxes in our office.
Sitting in front of us are seven different over-the-ear headsets from seven manufacturers that want us to believe their product is "unique." Unfortunately, nothing is "unique," although each of these sonic boomers has a feature or two that sets them apart from the others.
Let's face it, what we don't want is a reaction that resembles a smile, a murmured thank you and cold dinner. So, as a public service, here are a few items that may keep you out of the dog house.
It's the day after Christmas. There are tiny paw prints on your roof, cookie crumbs near the fireplace and a cacophony of sounds coming from all of the new electronic and mobile devices. Want some peace and quiet? Read on!
If you are chained to a desk, there are several purchases you might want to consider to minimize risks to your general health as well as the stresses and strains from work-related overuse injuries. The theme? One size does not fit all.
I am excited to see the first smartphones to use high speed packet access (HSPA). My initial experience with T-Mobile's USB Laptop Stick, which also uses HSPA, was rather impressive.