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Which DSLR should you choose?

Buying an entry-level DSLR from Nikon is not as straightforward as it sounds. Should aspiring enthusiast photographers stepping up from a compact go for the most basic DSLR in the range (the Nikon D3300) or pay a bit more for a camera with a few more features, namely the Nikon D5300? If you’re agonising over…

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How to Choose the Best Camera for Your Individual Needs as a Photographer

We all know that line: “You’re a photographer. What camera should I get?” It comes with being a professional photographer in any capacity. But my passion lies with being creative, and by my own admission, I’m not the greatest at keeping up with the camera market. Enter Snapsort: the website that for years has helped me find the right…

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9 Important Strategies for Raising Children in a World of Technology

Here are 9 important strategies we have sought to implement raising children in an age of technology: 1. Technology is not discouraged in our home. Technology, it appears, is going to be around for quite awhile. Our kids will need the skills in the future—they already do in the present. Parenting is not about shielding…

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First Smartwatch for Blind People

For the 285 million visually impaired people around the world, the technological advancements of our day and the conveniences of everyday life enjoyed by the sighted are rarely experienced. From libraries without braille books, to street signs and smart devices, navigating life is an entirely different and much more difficult experience. Noticing this divide in…

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Alphinna presents a sporty and stylish smartwatch

As watchmakers increasingly turn their attention to smartwatches, Alpina has risen to the challenge with a ladies’ model that’s sporty, stylish and smart, with various connected functions. As well as being tough and water-resistant, the Alpina wearable has a refined side, with optional diamond indexes. The Comtesse Horological Smartwatch has been designed with active women…

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Keep Your Wireless Headphones From Exploding

Wireless Headphones Have a Battery…  Wireless headphones are an increasingly popular option. In fact, last year Bluetooth headphone sales surpassed those of traditional wired headphones in the U.S. for the first time. I’m sure Apple’s decision to kill the headphone jack on last year’s iPhone 7 had something to do with that. Headphone jack or…

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What’s the diff? OLED vs. LED TVs

You’ve finally decided to buy a 4K TV – those beautiful televisions that deliver four times the resolution of HD – and you’ve also narrowed down the brand you want, screen size, and if you should go curved or flat. But wait. There’s one more thing you need to choose, and it’s a big one:…

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Echo that spies on you

Amazon’s Echo is a robot that sits in your house and listens. The virtual personal assistant can be summoned into action by saying its name, Alexa, and will then act on commands, like ordering a dollhouse and cookies when asked to do so by a too-clever kindergartener. And because it works by listening, Alexa is…

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Passwords suck, but lip-reading computers won’t save us

Read my lips: passwords stink, and you already know all the reasons why. And as part of the quest to replace (or at least strengthen) the act of typing in a traditional password, a computer scientist at Hong Kong Baptist University has proposed using lip movement. The system works by analyzing the lip movement—and even…

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Transparent Silver – Material for Future Screen

There’s a good chance you’re looking at—or through—some indium tin oxide (ITO) right now. This ceramic material conducts electricity, but is transparent, which makes it crucial for the production of screens of all kinds, like those on smartphones and LCD televisions. But indium isn’t pulled out of the ground directly—it’s a byproduct of refining other…

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