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Yi Home Camera 3 - AI powered Home Surveillance

... of the camera module, the camera module can be rotated which definitely made life easier. Before anything happens, it is critical to download the Yi Home app from your respective smartphone store - meaning ...

Review: Hands-on with the Akaso EK7000 Action Camera

... can operate the camera without even touching it. Because it has WiFi capability, this camera can be paired with a smartphone and it is compatible with both iOS and Android. It comes with 2 rechargeable ...

Affordable Android - ZTE Blade V7 Plus Reviewed

... a mobile phone: We call them smartphones but the reality is that it is a small computer in your pocket which due to a historical quirk, just so happens to be able to make phone calls. The Blade 7 Plus ...

Avantree Audition - Wireless Audio

... , it suddenly make a lot of sense to make it quick and painless to pair your Audition headphones with your NFC enabled smartphones and tablets. The Audition has a black-matte design with enough red highligh ...

What Can We Expect From Android 6.0 Marshmallow?

... Pay, which as the name suggests is a direct rival for the highly anticipated Apple Pay. Through this innovation, users will be able to purchase goods through their smartphone interface, eliminating the ...

Zeiss VR One: a Virtual Reality Work in Progress

... but it isn't here yet. That's worrying. What if someone buys a cheap smartphone adaptor, has a bad experience, and writes off VR as a fad? But Google, the company providing the cheapest solution of all — Car ...

Sleeping in the Cloud: Beddit Family Experience

... hardware pairs itself wirelessly via bluetooth to a modern smart phone which in turn records your data. In tandem, a smartphone and the Beddit Sleep Tracker hardware monitor your heart rate, respiration ...

The top 9 tablets you can buy right now

The tablet market hasn't seen the turnover that smartphones have enjoyed, but there's still a steady stream of new and improved slates coming out. However, this time around we've only seen fit to add a cou ...

Taking apart Google's modular smartphone

What do you want to know about Project Ara? Does a modular smartphone actually work? Yes. Is it very different from Android phones? In a basic how-a-phone-all-works, yes indeed. Paul Eremenko, Technical ...

OnePlus reveals how many phones it's sold

... t for many, but it seems the company is slowly starting to meet demand. Co-founder Carl Pei told...Read more http://www.engadget.com/2014/11/06/oneplus-smartphone-sales/?ncid=rss_truncated  ...

IRL: Keeping a journal with Day One

Trying to keep a journal has always been difficult for me. Before the age of smartphones, I tried to rely on text files or a physical notepad. If I wasn't forgetting to write down my thoughts, I was losin ...

Microsoft is finally dropping the 'Nokia' from Lumia

Over a year after the acquisition was first announced, Microsoft is officially replacing the Nokia Lumia brand. In a blog post today, the software giant revealed its upcoming smartphones will now be known ...

QNAP HS-210 Silent NAS

... ons for TV, tablets and smartphones, making it ideal for creating animated advertisements, menu boards, personal resumes and business profiles.   Gripes Topping my short list of gripes with ...

OSOMOUNTS: A Road Trip with NFC Enabled Car Mounts

... .   Most of us are familiar with NFC, Near Field Communication, where most modern smartphones can change their behaviour through settings that are embedded in a writable tag that it comes in ...

Hands on with the New BISSELL VAC & STEAM

... unit. That's why I have a multifunction printer on my desk and a smartphone with more tricks up its sleeve than I will ever discover. I would not have thought of combining suction and steaming simultaneousl ...

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