ActionDash brings ‘digital well being’ tracking to more Android phones

Besides working on Android devices running software going back to Lollipop (version 5.0 released in 2014), it also has features that Google’s app doesn’t support yet. It adds some visualizations… Read more: ActionDash brings ‘digital well being’ tracking to more Android...

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The Morning After: Galaxy S10 leaks and Amazon’s robot safety vest

Here we go again.Galaxy S10 leak suggests a lineup with three variantsProlific phone leaker Evan Blass tweeted a family Galaxy S10 photograph that’s supposedly showing off three versions wrapped… View original post here: The Morning After: Galaxy S10 leaks and Amazon’s robot safety...

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What we’re buying: A terrible replacement baby monitor

Daniel CooperSenior EditorWe didn’t wall-mount the baby monitor.There were decent reasons for not screwing or sticking Project Nursery’s Video Baby Monitor to our wall. We wanted the flexibility… View original post here: What we’re buying: A terrible replacement baby...

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Recommended Reading: How we got two Fyre Festival documentaries

Is Netflix’s ‘Sunderland Til I Die’ the future of sports documentaries?Jeff Beer,Fast Company Netflix’s latest soccer docuseries could’ve been about Sunderland’s return to the Premier League a… Here is the original post: Recommended Reading: How we got two Fyre Festival...

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Tesla hikes Supercharger prices worldwide to reflect changing costs

In a statement, Tesla said it was increasing prices to “better reflect differences in local electricity costs and site usage.” It added that it was still launching new Supercharger stations on a… View original post here: Tesla hikes Supercharger prices worldwide to reflect changing...

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