The 12 Coolest Gadgets for Your Car

In the years of yore, a casual Sunday cruise may have been enough to adequately assuage the average driver. However, in our digital age, there are hundreds of gadgets to enhance our daily driving experience and help us streamline our day-to-day tasks. While there are plenty of practical devices designed to assist …

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Huawei P10 vs. LG G6 | Spec Comparison

Samsung sat out of this year’s Mobile World Congress, leaving Huawei and LG free to compete solely against each other. Huawei announced the P10 and P10 Plus, the latest in its P series of devices, and LG launched the G6, the successor to last year’s failed G5. While both smartphones offer killer …

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Microsoft Bookings Gets a Worldwide Release and a Few Updates

Why it matters to you Running a small business involves so many moving parts, but Microsoft Bookings wants to help with one of the most important aspects — your appointments. Small businesses in North America have the option of managing their customers’ appointments and schedules through Microsoft’s Bookings, and now …

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Mevo, The Live-Streaming Camera, Is Now Twitter Compatible

Why it matters to you The camera designed for live-streaming couldn’t broadcast to Twitter at the first lannch because it didn’t have access, but now Twitter’s API release means the camera can go live on both Facebook and Twitter. Mevo, the camera designed for live-streaming, is now Twitter-compatible. The Mevo …

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iPhone SE: News, Specs, Price, Release Date, More

The iPhone SE has long been offered as a low-cost iOS alternative for those that don’t want to shell out the cash for Apple’s flagship iPhone models. The device is basically a miniature version of the iPhone 6S when it comes to specs and features, and it shares the design …

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Google.org Announces $50 Million in Grants Over the Next Two Years

Why it matters to you Google is helping fight educational inequity by pledging $50 million in grants. If there is one critical weapon in the fight against inequality, it’s education. After all, Google points out, there remain 130 million students around the world have yet to fully grasp basic subjects like reading …

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