Tag Archive: smarts


Jabra introduces Elite 85h headphones with AI smarts

Jabra today introduced a pair of headphones which feature an adaptive AI technology tucked inside. Called the Elite 85h, they’re part of Jabra’s Elite range of headsets and adjust the listening experience to the wearer based on the environment.

The tech, dubbed Jabra SmartSound, relies on Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), eight microphones, and a few other ingredients. This results in an audio experience that promises to be unlike any other. Whether commuting, listening to a book in the library, or  [Read More…]

Add some serious smarts to your home with all these discounts accessories

When it comes to smart home gear, there’s a lot of choices out there. From smart plugs to bulbs, microwaves to thermostats, and trying to find the right stuff can be a tough task. On top of the confusion around it all comes a large price tag with some of it, so you’re definitely going to want to shop for it while it’s on sale, like right now!

The latest version Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen)

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MediaTek Helio P70 chipset promises fluid gaming, fast LTE, and AI smarts

The P70 will start arriving in smartphones by this November.

Although it may not be as popular as Qualcomm here in the States, MediaTek is still one of the biggest names when it comes to mobile processors. The company just announced its latest chipset for smartphones, and it’s the MediaTek Helio P70.

The Helio P70 is the successor to the P60 from earlier this year and offers upgrades to both the CPU and GPU.

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Microsoft brings Translator smarts to SwiftKey Beta for Android

SwiftKey’s toolbar is getting some translation juice with its latest update.

If SwiftKey is your keyboard of choice on Android, you’ll soon be able to tap the toolbar for quick access to translations. The latest update to the SwiftKey Beta brings integration with Microsoft’s Translator service, putting the ability to translate between a number of languages a tap away (via Neowin).

The translation tool lives in SwiftKey’s toolbar, and it allows you to choose both the source  [Read More…]

Livall BH60 Helmet Review: Smarts for my brain bucket

I didn’t know I needed a smart bike helmet, but now I won’t ride without it.

I’m a relatively new cyclist, averaging 100 miles per week, and just starting to figure out how I want to equip my bike for longer rides. In my area, riding more than 40 miles in a day means I’m going to spend some time on open roads. I don’t know if you know this, but people in cars aren’t always super  [Read More…]

Google’s $159 Pixel Buds offer real-time translation, other smarts

The Google Pixel 2 series announcement brought a number of significant hardware for both mobile and the smart home, but Google also unveiled more mobile hardware than we expected. We expected to see the Google Home Mini and the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, but Google took things one step further: the Bose […]

Add some smarts to your existing smoke and CO detectors with this $30 gadget from Leeo

Our friends at Thrifter are back with another deal, this time helping you make your home smarter for less!

Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are a must-have, but when you are out of the house you have no idea if they are going off, which can be scary. Leeo changes that by notifying you, regardless of your location, when they are triggered, and right now you can pick one up for only $ 29.97, which is a $ 20  [Read More…]

Honor Magic now official with dual-curved display, high-end hardware, and AI smarts

Honor Magic uses AI to anticipate your needs.

At an event in China, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor unveiled its latest phone, the Honor Magic. The phone is set to go on sale in China later this week, and while it isn’t slated to make its way to other markets, it comes with an all-new Honor Magic Live OS that sees the introduction of an AI service.

Before we get to the AI features, let’s take a look  [Read More…]

Any.do takes on Todoist’s productivity smarts with AI-powered Assistant

Any.do is back for another round of productiveness.

Any.do has been around since the HTC Evo 4G was the best phone you could buy. I’ll just let that sink in for a second.

The productivity app has long been known for its attractive yet spare interface, gesture-friendly controls and extensive feature set, but in recent years has been surpassed by Todoist, Wunderlist and a host of competitors in one main area: context-based assistance.

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Todoist Smart Schedule is adding AI smarts to your task lists

The best to-do app gets better with new feature.

Todoist, the popular cross-platform task management platform, has announced a shiny new feature it’s calling Smart Schedule, bringing some AI smarts into your daily planning.

Smart Schedule at its core will suggest completion dates for your tasks based on a number of key factors such as your current task load, past behavior and estimated urgency. It says it’s  [Read More…]