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Bigger, better, and heartier bandwidth is on the wish list of every computer user and, especially, business owner. Replacing old Wi-Fi with a more robust system is a necessity by today's technological standards in order have a completely reliable Enterprise Wi-Fi experience.
Have you cut your cable cord or sacked your satellite yet? If you have, you’re part of a growing trend (particularly among Millennials) to ditch cable and satellite viewing for the cheaper, more convenient method of streaming of your favorite TV shows, movies, documentaries and the like.
Everything is going the Bluetooth route -- even the key to your front door.
The Kwikset Kevo's Bluetooth 4.0 lets you unlock the deadbolt on your door with a simple tap, as long as your carrying your linked smartphone or the the Kevo keychain fob.
I was lucky enough to be at Tesla Motors' announcement reception at the Tesla Design Center in Hawthorne, CA a couple of weeks ago, at which the car (and now energy) company announced its Powerwall, a home battery product that folks can use to store energy from their solar panels or to protect their homes against blackouts.
The folks at Fitbit dubbed this a “Fitness Super Watch,” and most product reviewers agree.
Fitbit’s newest device, the Surge, is not only an activity tracker, but somewhat of a smartwatch and runner’s watch as well.
Dell’s newest baby is getting a lot of kudos from reviewers and users alike. The Venue 8 7000 is considered one of the best-designed tablets out there while earning the 2015 CES award of “Best of Innovation.”
Measuring at a mere 6mm, it’s the thinnest tablet in the world.
In September, Apple gave iPhone users a lot to think about: Should they go big (both size- and cost-wise) and buy the new iPhone 6? What about the even bigger 6 Plus? Or should they stay small (again, both size- and cost-wise) and go with the 5c or 5s?
Consider these when deciding on whether or not to buy the iPhone 6. Depending on the user, some can be viewed as pros or cons:
Larger screens with higher-resolution displays (the 6 has a 4.7” screen; the 6 Plus has a 5.5” screen)
Faster processing power and graphics
Longer battery life
More storage for same price
Apple’s new “Apple Pay,” which allows you to pay for products and services using the 6’s TouchID fingerprint sensor, eliminating the need to carry your Visa, MasterCard, and American Express cards (the jury’s out on whether this system is fully secure.
Did you ever think you'd have a flying camera? I didn't. But now I have one and it's easily one of the best things I've ever owned.
DJI's Phantom 2 is an RTF (ready to fly) quadcopter that provides real time, live-view aerial photography on your mobile device.
Ever find yourself with a dead cell phone and no charger, or no wall to plug the charger into? Now there's actually a way to charge your phone on the go without a traditional charger or said wall.
The Eton BoostTurbine 2000 is a very cool emergency power supply that lets you "top off" your phone by simply turning a crank.
Ford has come full circle, falling back into popularity among drivers both old and young thanks to a slew of new models, particularly its 2013 plug-in hybrid Fusion Energi.
One of our own DCG engineers drives the mid size Fusion Energi and reports that he drives a little more than 30 miles (or 4.5 hours) on a single battery charge, which costs him only $1.70 per day for the charge.