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It’s especially cool that you can turn a light in your home on or off when you’re nowhere near your place, or having a pot of coffee brewing just as your morning alarm goes off. This kind of home automation is one of the beauties of the Internet’s never-ending disruptive force, and Belkin’s WeMo is an interesting line of home automation products that don’t break the bank.
Drones tend to be in the news for sobering reasons that involve geopolitics and terrorism, but there is a fun side to drone technology that shouldn’t hurt anyone, and that’s where Parrot’s AR.Drone 2.0 Power Edition comes in. An incremental upgrade from the original 2.0, the Power Edition lengthens the amount of flying time on one battery charge and improves the drone’s performance in a few areas for a better overall balance.
Robots have always been cool, no matter what form or medium you find them in, and the Sphero is no exception. It’s equal parts functional, colourful and cute wrapped up in the form of a ball — a ball that you can control with your iOS or Android smartphone (plus iPad and iPod Touch) via Bluetooth. The first one introduced consumers to the concept, but the new Sphero 2.0 has been designed to be better in all respects, from its weight and noise, right down to how seamlessly it works. We took it for a good test run to see how it performed.
Going to the gym is meant to improve your body physically, but what about your brain? It’s entirely possible to do a training regimen for your mind, and there are apps for that, too. Plenty, in fact, but not all of them are worth your time, so we’ve got a bunch that would probably benefit you more than most when you have some extra time with your smartphone or tablet.
Renting and buying movies online has been around for years, especially since Apple’s iTunes Store changed the industry and caused some very notable video rental stores to go belly up. CinemaNow first entered the Canadian market last year, and recently expanded its scope in the country with new apps for iOS and Android.
One feature introduced in Mac OS X Mountain Lion when it launched in the summer was the ability to use iMessage to send and receive messages with iOS users. If you haven’t tried it or haven’t found a use for it, it can come in real handy at opportune times.
One of the cool things about how ubiquitous Android is comes in how it integrates with other devices. Not everyone who has a Mac has an iPhone or iPad, and for those who prefer to have an Android mobile device, the File Transfer software is a simple way to manage the video, music and photos you copy over.
Ooh baby! OS X Mountain Lion is out today, so the operative question is—are you ready for it?
Actually, the more important question is whether your Mac (and apps) are ready for the upgrade. At $20 it’s a no brainer to want to make the jump, so in this post I’m going to help get you there.
Home automation used to be a technical category that had very little, if anything, to do with consumer electronics. Garage door openers are great examples because their purpose and design was meant for convenience coupled with minimal usage. You pressed the button to open and close it like a remote control. That concept still works, but having the ability to do it anywhere, anytime using the device you always carry with you changes it in a lot of good ways.
The idea of a fitness instrument that you don't have to think too much about is easy to like. It’s even easier when it comes with a built-in source of motivation.
Enter the Striiv Play Smart Pedometer, a fitness tracker module that pairs with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to measure all the steps you take when walking, running, going up and down stairs, plus the elapsed time, distance traveled and calories you lost.
Whether you realize it or not, your smartphone keeps tabs on your location almost all the time. That may not be an issue for you under most cases, but if you’re connected to an unfamiliar Wi-Fi network, or you just like fly under the radar, SurfEasy Mobile VPN might be the right app for you. And the bonus? You get access to U.S.-only and U.K.-only content, like American Netflix and even Spotify and BBC iPlayer.
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