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This jellyfish-inspired electronic skin can tell a robot that you're hurting it
Most prototypes of electronic skin that have been developed over the last decade or so are designed to sense only light pressure. The sensor that recognises when the skin is being touched doesn’t respond effectively to harder impacts. In some cases they just break. So engineers at the Huazhong... Read more
August Smart Lock Pro + Connect
The Smart Lock Pro + Connect ($279) is the latest offering from the folks at August Home, and as with the original August Smart Lock and HomeKit Enabled models, it’s a winner. This third-generation smart lock offers all the bells and whistles you get with the HomeKit model, and... Read more
IPVanish review: A U.S.-based VPN that could stand to go a little faster
IPVanish in brief: P2P allowed: Yes Number of servers: 833 Business location: United States Number of country locations: 54 Cost: $77.99 per year (with additional 25 percent off using the above link) Despite a plethora of VPN services, very few of them actually own their server networks. Instead, many... Read more
Tesla predicts production rate of 5K Model 3 cars per week by late Q1 2018
Tesla went into a bit more detail about the production challenges it faces with the Model 3 in its letter to investors on the heels of its earnings report for Q3 today. We already know that Tesla shipped only 222 Model 3 vehicles during the quarter, since it releases... Read more
Samsung now offers an Enterprise Edition of the Note 8 for business
The push to let employees bring their own devices to work has been underway for some time now — in fact, it’s a big part of what ultimately doomed enterprise-focused companies like BlackBerry’s hardware businesses. Samsung’s been walking the line for a while as well, rolling out enterprise features... Read more
Google’s Pixelbook is my new favorite travel buddy
The Google Pixelbook is a bit of an odd duck among notebooks, or among tablets – or even among notebook/tablet hybrids. It’s a Chromebook, which by now is an established category, though one with very specific appeal; and it runs Android apps, which makes it feel very much like... Read more
Periscope ups payouts to broadcasters on sales of Super Hearts, adds holiday bonuses
Twitter’s Periscope is going after live broadcasters in a big way, as it’s now promising to give back more of their earnings from the sales of Super Hearts in their live video streams. Introduced in June, Super Hearts are in-app virtual goods that offer a form of virtual tipping.... Read more
The best Sky Q 4K movies and TV to watch
Updated: T2 Trainspotting and Jack Black’s Goosebumps adaptation make the cut for our updated guide to the best Sky Q 4K movies and TV shows. You’ve got the 4K TV, you’ve coughed up for a Sky Q UHD-ready premium set-top box, and now you’re looking for something great to... Read more
Apptivo CRM

Apptivo CRM

Tech November 1, 2017 0

A highly customizable yet still broadly functional (customer relationship management (CRM) tool, Apptivo has a lot to recommend it. Its capabilities are roughly on par with Bitrix24 CRM but Apptivo surges ahead with a wide variety of available apps and the ability to modify the system to suit your... Read more
Review: GoPro Hero6 Black

Review: GoPro Hero6 Black

Tech November 1, 2017 0

Yes, Tina, we do need another Hero… In these heady days of 4K drones, superhero VR games and watch-phones, action cams can seem a bit old hat. That’s why GoPro has spread its wings with the Karma and the two-faced Fusion. But as fun as these new toys are, you’re more likely to actually need... Read more