technology

Apple Announces New iPad Pro and Macbook Air

Apple just announced its new iPad Pro and Macbook Air. Apple stores around the world closed its door on March 27, and are closed in the United States until further notice. Stores recently opened its doors in China.
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Charmin’s Rollbot Will Bring You Toilet Paper When You Need It Most

Charmin is offering a solution to an everyday problem – running out of toilet paper while on the toilet. There’s no need to be embarrassed, it has happened to the best of us. The “Rollbot” is a tech-based bathroom aide unveiled at CES in Las Vegas over the weekend. View this post on Instagram A...
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How To Get Your Smart Home Devices to Stop Listening to You 24/7

“Alexa, please stop listening to me all the time.” Smart home devices have become ubiquitous with many of us choosing convenience over privacy. One simple trick can keep Google Home, Amazon Echo and Facebook Portal devices from listening in on your conversations when you don't want them to. https...
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Motorola Razr Revived With Hefty $1,500 Price Tag

If you thought the flip phone days were over, think again. Motorala has just come out with a new version of the coveted Motorola Razr. According to CNN , the original Morotoral Razr was the best selling phone of all time when it came out in 2004. The crown was quickly snubbed by the iPhone upon its...
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Would You Ditch Your Phone for $1,000?

( KLUV ) - This dream job can be yours, as long as you’re willing to part with your phone that is. The Internet provider SatelliteInternet.com is offering someone $1,000 to take part in their “Digital Detox Challenge,” which honestly, sounds pretty amazing. For three days, you’re expected to spend...
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Apps Are Helping Doctors Keep Track of Patients' Mental Health Issues

( KYW Newsradio ) — Doctors and patients are using technology in the treatment of mental health issues. With an app on your phone or a computer program, patients can keep up with the work needed to handle depression and anxiety. Dr. Michael Vergare, chairman of psychiatry at Thomas Jefferson...
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Instagram Is Making Changes to How It Shows You Posts from Your Friends

You complained, and Instagram listened. The popular social media app says it will make changes to its algorithm-based feed. Yes, your photo feed is about to return to more of a chronological feed, instead of that algorithm-feed, which never seemed to show you the photos you wanted to see. The...
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