Most phones can store sensitive data, so it's important to know how to keep your device safe from hackers. Source by: Stringr
Smart bulbs that can change color are fun for everyone, no matter what age. You can use them to turn a room haunted-house red for Halloween or bring a party to life with active patterns that continually change. There’s really no limit to the number of scenes you can create, and they’re also perfect for scheduled routines.
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Outside of school, kids can still spend lots of time on their devices. For parents concerned about how often their kids are using electronic devices, DeFrates said online school probably won’t lead to technology addiction, as with video games or social media.
Both adults and children may feel the urge to pick up a device just because it’s around. “Our devices are addictive and designed to be that way,” said Dr. Megan DeFrates, a clinical associate of pediatrics at the University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital. “They’re designed in a way that we get a little dopamine boost, a little hit when we get a like or a notification.”
This is one of the greatest obstacles in distance learning: Sharing devices among multiple siblings or family members. Rather than juggling schedules for computer time, parents should, if they can, invest in dedicated devices and tech accessories for each child if possible.
"The first time Americans were terrorized by an aerial assault was not Pearl Harbor," a CBS News story says leading up to coverage this weekend of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. But what the six planes were doing over Greenwood that day has long been a matter of passionate debate.
A. Even a properly fitted respirator does not completely eliminate the risk of illness or death. The device is designed, ideally, to be used for a single patient encounter, but could also become unusable if it becomes wet or dirty, contaminated with bodily fluids from a patient or no longer forms an effective seal to the face. These masks are not resistant to oil.
A. This mask is a tight-fitting disposable device that, when worn correctly, forms a seal around the nose and mouth to filter air before it is inhaled by its wearer. Minimal leakage occurs around the device’s edges when its user inhales.
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If you’ve ever been halfway to work and panicked about whether or not your garage door was open, this smart garage door controller from Chamberlain should be the next device you install in your home. This garage door opener will put your mind at ease no matter where you are.
Whether you’re a hot sleeper who finds yourself kicking off the sheets and blankets every night or a cold sleeper who piles on duvets and still can’t stay warm, this genius device will keep you the perfect temperature all night long. The Bed Jet 3 provides climate control for your bed, helping you save on heating and cooling costs throughout the year and keeping you comfortable.
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Why wait until after Thanksgiving to start your holiday shopping? This year Amazon is helping you knock out your gift list and avoid the crowds by starting Black Friday a week early on November 22nd. Here are some of the best deals.
Summret.com sells a combination bluetooth speaker and mobile phone holder in the shape of a retro TV. It comes in white and bright orange. $18.98. Devices are out there with those features plus charging capability. Similar systems exist for tablets, but there are also plenty of just plain stands. Or just go for cute and soft with a Flippy, a pillow-like stand that comes in multiple colors and offers different angles good for a range of devices. $34.98.
With a larger variety of smartphones on the market and single houses using both iPhones and Androids, charging your phone isn’t always easy when no one has the right cable. That’s where this universal charging cable from Anker comes in.
Apple is giving away a free year of its new Apple TV+ streaming service with purchase of an Apple device.