In the past we’ve steered people clear of really cheap Android tablets at holiday time. Not this year.
The Amazon Fire Tablet is both really cheap and Android, though perhaps not the Android you’re used to. There’s no Google to be found, which means no Play Store or Google Apps of any kind.
But if you go for the 7-inch Fire you’re only going to be asked to part with $ 49 of your hard-earned cash. [Read More…]
If you’re interested in giving 360-degree photography a go, this deal on the LG 360 CAM will let you get started for just under $ 100. For $ 99, you can start capturing the world around you with the 360 CAM’s dual fisheye 206-degree lens. And if you’re up for experimenting with video, the LG 360 CAM will let you record at 2560 x 1280 resolution with 5.1-channel surround sound.
At a discount from its usual $ [Read More…]
In a blog post by CEO Lior Tal, Cyanogen Inc. has announced that its Seattle office will relocate to Palo Alto, California – and in the process, leave Co-Founder Steve Kondik behind. While I’m not one for lengthy goodbyes, I feel like this little one-line, dismissive tidbit – not even a thank you for bringing
What’s the best Amazon Fire case for kids? The one that keeps it in one piece!
Tablets are basically half glass, and the Amazon Fire is our top pick for kids. But you’ll still want to protect it properly so that the little ones can use it to their heart’s content without constantly worrying about them destroying it.
Here are some of the best kid-proof cases for your Amazon Fire tablet.
Fintie Casebot Honey Comb Series [Read More…]
Small screen or “mobile” devices have finally overtaken traditional laptops and desktops as the most popular way to browse the Internet. This not only explains Google’s algorithm shifts to re-rank mobile-friendly websites higher in search engine results, but also reinforces why it is in every blogger’s, business owner’s and entrepreneur’s best interests to ensure the
There’s still a lot to do in order to ensure USB-C is safe for everyone.
For the most part, techy folks seem to have figured out USB-C. They mostly know you can’t just order the cheapest thing on sale at Amazon, are reasonably aware of the dangers associated with using bad cables, and there are consumer advocates out there pushing every day for better cables and more awareness. The beginnings of a safe ecosystem of cables [Read More…]
It is sometimes easy to overlook the importance of ensuring our smartphones are secure. We all know that our laptops and desktops need to be equipped with anti-virus protection, firewalls, and various other tools. But too many people still get swept up in the excitement of new apps and functions, and overlook the importance of
Project Management happens to be one of the fastest growing fields in several industries right now, and you may be looking to make a switch. But just how does one get started with Project Management and learning the ropes? Well, they take expensive courses that consume a lot of time, right? Wrong.
You don’t have to spend a ton of time and money to begin learning the basics. Meet the Ultimate Project Management Certification bundle which provides you access to [Read More…]
Christmas is approaching quickly and if you haven’t purchased a gift for your kid yet, Verizon might have what you need. The carrier has just released a new child friendly tablet dubbed the GizmoTab, designed for children aged 3 to 8. The GizmoTab features an 8-inch HD display (720p resolution) and a Snapdragon 617 processor
I haven’t seen many wearables launch in the last few months have you? Apart from Samsung’s Gear S3 and ASUS’ ZenWatch 3 going on sale, there hasn’t been much action in this particular niche. Actually interest for smartwatches and related seems to be going downwards. And don’t think that smartwatch makers like Motorola haven’t noticed