Author: Daniel W. Rasmus

Twelve South Curve SE: Instantly Elevate Notebook Computing to a 10 With This Classy Stand

The $59.99 Twelve South Curve SE delivers a beautifully engineered white stand that elevates MacBooks above a desk, and the stand against all its more complicated competitors.  What we like The Curve SE’s clean design fits into modern decors but doesn’t disrupt more traditional furnishings. The single piece of well-sculpted metal sits at the right.

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The Brilliant 8-Port Kingston Workflow Station Serves Up a Media Port Bonanza for Creatives

For those looking to bring in big files in the field, Kingston created the Kingston Workflow Station and modular readers for supporting input from SD cards and USB sticks. Overall, the concept works well, but as an ecosystem, it lacks a couple of features, like an SSD-sized module. What we like The $129.99 four-bay Kingston.

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HyperCube Wireless Charging Station and Sleep Aid Review: Enthusiastic Folding with Flawed Secondary Features

I first saw Ampere’s $169.95 HyperCube Wireless Charging Stations and Sleep Aid at a CES 2020 press event. The gangly transformer of a charger emerged from a successful indigogo campaign like some alien artifact from an alternative universe where solid asserted a subjective note. In use, it sometimes seems that its various elements were actually.

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Mophie Wireless Charging Stand+ Review: Elegant Charging for All Your Devices

Mophie Wireless Charging Stand+: The mophie Wireless Charging Stand+ proves an elegant and outstanding companion to the full suite of Apple’s wirelessly charging devices. It also supports other Qi-enabled devices. What we like Zagg’s mophie product line continues to deliver outstanding power and charging designs for Apple and other mobile devices. The Mophie Wireless Charging.

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JBL Tune 215TWS Review: Great Wireless Earbuds on a Budget

JBL Tune 215TWS bring Apple’s AirPod inspired style, but at fraction of the cost. Less expensive does results in trade-offs, such as Apple unique features, an IP rating, and active noise cancelation (ANC), but these earbuds offer great sounds and a good user experience. What we like I was skeptical about the ear dangles associated.

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LumiCharge Smart LED Review: An Abundance of Features in Need of Pruning

The $200.00 LumiCharge Smart LED Lamp, also known on Amazon as the SEO stuffed LumiCharge LED Smart Adjustable Desk Lamp and Universal Phone Charging Dock – Wireless Charger, Touch Control 3 Light Hues, 10 Brightness Levels, Motion Light and Clock with LED Display attempts to take away desktop clutter. Unfortunately, designers failed to recognize that.

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The Best iPhone 12 Mini Cases Reviewed

The Best iPhone 12 Mini Cases The Best iPhone 12 Mini Cases came down to clarity and grip with the Speck Presidio Perfect-Clear Grip iPhone for 12 Mini Case coming out on top, but all the cases listed are solid choices depending on your use case. The digital rumor mill reports the iPhone12 Mini’s impending.

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Privacy and Collaboration: Will Privacy Kill Evidence-based Performance?

Privacy and Collaboration Privacy and collaboration: The pandemic created opportunities for collaboration developers to invest more than they have, perhaps since their infancy as start-ups, perhaps more than ever. Acquisitions, some very large ones like SalesForce buying Slack, and Cisco buying IMImobile continue. Most of the investment focuses on creating better, more integrated, and more.

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Star Trek Qi Wireless Charger Review: FAMETEK’s Charger That Beams Power Where You Need It

Star Trek fans look no further for the ultimate wireless charging accessory that the FAMETEK Star Trek Qi Wireless Charger. This charging puck also includes a battery that outputs to other devices via a USB-A charging port. It feels like something Scotty would keep in one of his pockets for one of those emergencies., I’m.

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The Microsoft Viva Employee Experience Platform Should be a Work Experience Platform

On February 4, 2021, Microsoft announced its new employee experience platform, Microsoft Viva. Viva consists of the following modules at launch: Viva builds on existing Microsoft technologies including Yammer, SharePoint, and Microsoft 365. The experiences will mostly be delivered via Teams. Serious Insights Analysis I hate to start off the analysis of a new product.

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