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Friday Lock review: A competitor to the August retrofit smart lock arrives at last

Finally, a competitor to the August Smart Lock has emerged. Thanks to the Friday Lock, there is no longer just one smart lock on the market with design sensibility. Friday Labs, the maker of the Friday Lock, got its start on Indiegogo in 2015. It shipped its first lock this summer. The Friday Lock (which costs $249) is nothing if not ambitious. It’s breathlessly billed as the world’s smallest retrofit lock, and the only lock to offer Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and…

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The 10 best compact cameras in the UAE for 2017

Compact cameras and the compact camera market have changed a lot over the last few years. Smartphones have decimated the entry-level range of point-and-shoot models that used to be popular and as a result manufacturers have concentrated on putting more advanced features into cameras to make them more attractive. In addition to a move towards having physically larger sensors to boost image quality that can rival DSLRs in some cases, some compact cameras sport lenses long zoom ranges or wide…

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Here are the Apple products you shouldn’t buy (and three that you can’t buy anymore)

RIP iPod (Died July 2017) Once Apple’s top product, the iPod is now little more than a reminder of what propelled Apple into the consumer space. Apple still sells iPods — in the form of the iPod touch, iPod shuffle, and iPod nano — but these are all years old. The iPod touch got its last refresh back in July 2015, while the iPod nano and iPod shuffle last got a major refresh (excluding new colors added to the lineup)…

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Amazon Echo (2017) hands on review

In a relatively short space of time, the Amazon Echo has redefined the speaker category, adding smarts to what was a relatively straightforward product range. Its staggered arrival – it was in the US a year or so before its UK launch – did nothing to diminish its importance.  Adding voice (in this case, Alexa) made the speaker the center of the smart home. Adding Skills made it an endlessly-customizable product. It also meant that no Echo was the same.…

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It’s Time for the ‘Smart Gun’ Debate | Juan Martinez

More than 58 people were killed and 500-plus hospitalized last night in a mass shooting in Las Vegas. This tragedy has already sparked the usual partisan responses from lawmakers, the media, and those on social media. We’re angry and we’ve taken sides, but I’m asking you as a father of a 2.5-year-old to set that aside for the next 1,000 words and agree on one basic point: None of us want innocent people harmed. If you do, stop reading this…

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SmartThings and ADT team up on home security and automation

Samsung’s SmartThings boasts a robust network of DIY smart home automation devices and partnerships. Now, SmartThings is joining forces with security company ADT. Available for preorder today on Best Buy and Samsung’s websites, the $550 starter kit and $200 expansion pack offer a suite of home security and automation products eligible for professional monitoring by ADT without the strings of a long-term contract. Both kits are expected to be available exclusively at Best Buy stores on Oct. 29. Samsung SmartThings ADT Home Security Starter Kit is…

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Techworld Daily Digest – 6 March 2016

Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus Welcome to today’s Techworld Daily Digest. We explore the top machine learning tools for business from Microsoft, IBM, Google and more, how to use APIs in business and an update from the Apple vs FBI encryption row. Plus: take our VR quiz. Source link

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Java debugging comes to Visual Studio Code

Microsoft has released a Java debugger for its free open source editor, Visual Studio Code. The newly minted extension is intended to work as a companion to the Language Support for Java extension provided by Red Hat.   Whereas Red Hat’s Language Support for Java extension provides IntelliSense capabilities and Java project support, it does not include debugging capabilities. Microsoft’s Java Debug Extension works with previous Red Hat’s extension to provide them. Still in a preview mode, the Java Debug Extension offers capabilities…

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Google Reportedly Building An Amazon Echo Show Competitor: Is This Why It Disabled YouTube On The Smart Speaker? : TECH : Tech Times

Self-driving car technology faces a crucial test in the U.S. Google might be developing Manhattan, its own take on the Amazon Echo Show. Tipped to be released this year or next year, the device will support YouTube, Google Assistant, and much more.  ( Amazon ) Just recently, Google removed YouTube from the Amazon Echo Show for violating its terms of service, leaving the smart speaker without access to probably the world’s largest video streaming service. However, as recent reports suggest, this…

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