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The damage of defaults

By | AirPods, algorithmic accountability, algorithmic bias, Apple, Apple earbuds, apple inc, Artificial Intelligence, Bluetooth, Diversity, Gadgets, headphones, hearables, iphone accessories, mobile computing, siri, smartphone, TC, voice assistant, voice computing

Apple popped out a new pair of AirPods this week. The design looks exactly like the old pair of AirPods. Which means I’m never going to use them because Apple’s bulbous earbuds don’t fit my ears. Think square peg, round hole. The only way I could rock AirPods would be to walk around with hands […]

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The damage of defaults

By | AirPods, algorithmic accountability, algorithmic bias, Apple, Apple earbuds, apple inc, Artificial Intelligence, Bluetooth, Diversity, Gadgets, headphones, hearables, iphone accessories, mobile computing, siri, smartphone, TC, voice assistant, voice computing

Apple popped out a new pair of AirPods this week. The design looks exactly like the old pair of AirPods. Which means I’m never going to use them because Apple’s bulbous earbuds don’t fit my ears. Think square peg, round hole. The only way I could rock AirPods would be to walk around with hands […]

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Lenovo Watch X was riddled with security bugs, researcher says

By | api, Bluetooth, China, computer security, computing, encryption, Gadgets, lenovo, Password, spokesperson, web server, Zhongguancun

Lenovo’s Watch X was widely panned as “absolutely terrible.” As it turns out, so was its security. The low-end $50 smart watch was one of Lenovo’s cheapest smart watches. Available only for the China market, anyone who wants one has to buy one directly from the mainland. Lucky for Erez Yalon, head of security research at […]

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Casio unveils an all metal G-Shock for those who need real steel

By | Bluetooth, Casio, Clothing, consumer electronics, g-shock, Gadgets, metal, TC, watch

The G-Shock is so nerdy that it’s become cool and this latest model, the GMWB5000GD-9, is no exception. Based on the original G-Shock models, this decidedly unsmart (but not dumb) watch features solar charging, atomic timekeeping, and a simple Bluetooth connection to your phone. Plus now it comes in gold or silver toned metal, a […]

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Sony’s new noise-canceling headphones are great traveling companions

By | audio engineering, Bluetooth, electrical engineering, Gadgets, headphones, noise reduction, Sony, TC

I’ll admit that I’ve been caught up in the Bose hype. I’ve worn Bose headphones for years, going through set after set just to get some of their excellent noise canceling magic. Now, however, I’ve found the Sony WH-1000XM3, a pair of wireless/wired cans that truly give everything else I’ve tried a bad name. These […]

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Casio adds modern tech to the classic G-Shock watch

By | Bluetooth, Casio, Clothing, g-shock, Gadgets, smartphone, smartwatches, Technology, watch, wearable devices

Casio released the first G-Shock watch in 1983. The original set the bar for tough watches with incredible shock resistance to protect the quartz module. It’s a classic and still available for purchase in several forms in 2018. Recently, Casio released an all-metal version of the watch that features the iconic design but with modern […]

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Review: The Marshall Woburn II packs modern sound, retro look

By | aptx, Bluetooth, electrical engineering, electronics, Gadgets, headphones, marshall, Speaker, wireless, wireless headphones

Marshall speakers stand out. That’s why I dig them. From the company’s headphones to its speakers, the audio is warm and full just like the classic design suggests. The company today is announcing revisions across its lines. The new versions of the Action ($249), Stanmore ($349) and Woburn Bluetooth ($499) speakers now feature Bluetooth 5.0, […]

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Everyday home gear made smart

By | Android, Assistant, Belkin, belkin wemo, Bluetooth, Column, electronics manufacturing, Gadgets, Google, Home Automation, iRobot, kwikset, Nest Labs, Roomba, smart thermostat, smartphone, Speaker, wi-fi, Wirecutter

If you only have one smart home device, it’s likely something simple and fun like a voice-controlled speaker or color-changing LED light bulb. As you expand your smart home setup, you can begin to swap out gear that isn’t as flashy but you still use everyday.

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Kegel trainer startup Elvie is launching a smaller, smarter, hands-free breast pump

By | Amazon.com, Bluetooth, breast pump, breastfeeding, Elvie, Gadgets, Hardware, Health, Pumps, smart technology, Startups, Tania Boler, TC, Wearables

Elvie, a London-based startup known best for its connected Kegel trainer, is jumping into the breast pump business with a new $480 hands-free system you can slip into your bra. Even with all the innovation in baby gear, breast pumps have mostly sucked (pun intended) for new moms for the past half a century. My […]

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