It’s a terrible feeling when you realize you’ve lost something, but you can ease that stress with some handy little trackers. Tile Stickers are small enough to attach to remotes, phones, or other gadgets. You can grab a 4-pack of Tile Stickers for $20 off as part of a Cyber Monday deal.
This 4-pack of Tile Stickers includes models from 2020, so they’re using the latest tech to keep track of your items. As their name suggests, they have an adhesive back that makes them easy to attach to things like remote controls or other gadgets. You can then keep track of items with an app on iOS or Android.
If you’re within 150 feet of an item, like when you forget where your phone is or lose the remote, you can ring a tracker with the Tile app. If you’re outside of Bluetooth range, you can use the Tile
Who can deny the allure of a new gadget to play with, especially one purchased at a steeply discounted price?
Amazon has always understood the shiny appeal of these object and prices them to move once the holiday sales hit. Below you’ll find a smattering of selections from a fun robot vacuum that cleans your floor to a dog-pleasing treat tosser that keeps your pups entertained while you’re out for the day.
Keep scrolling to see which fun and handy electronic gadget you should pick up today that can streamline your life on the cheap.
You can trust our independent reviews. We may earn a commission from some of the retailers, but we never allow this to influence selections, which are formed from real-world testing, expert advice and our own research. This revenue helps to fund journalism across The Independent.
A fresh wave of COVID-19 lockdowns have shuttered stores and restaurants, but that doesn’t mean that Black Friday deals are shut down. They’re out there, and whether you’re buying online or willing and able to brave the crowds, there are deals to search for as well as ones to avoid.
Before you firm up your list and whip out your credit card, it’s important to make every dollar work as hard as it can — especially if the coronavirus has put a squeeze on your wallet. Figuring out if you should get that gift card now or in a few weeks can go a long way to maximizing your holiday budget.
The good news: So many sales are starting early that you can snap up some great deals right now — without even having to brave lines and crowds.
The bad: It can be tricky to figure out what sales
Lawyer Christian Natividad, Optical Media Board (OMB) chair, inspects a warehouse in Bulacan storing computers from Korea that were for distribution in Guiguinto, Bulacan and Metro Manila. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
GUIGUINTO, Bulacan–Two Chinese nationals were arrested while refurbishing used personal computers and other gadgets worth P100 million in a warehouse in this town on Thursday (Nov. 26).
Lawyer Christian Natividad, Optical Media Board (OMB) chair, withheld the Chinese’s names pending filing of charges for counterfeiting and violation of intellectual property.
The suspects were inside Ecom Electronics Reconditioning Services when the OMB raided their compound.
Natividad said a certain Jocelyn Drueco Casimiro, who was believed to be a dummy of the two Chinese, suddenly submitted to his office an online application for license while the raid was ongoing around 5 p.m.
Seized were several personal computers, computer monitors TV with storage devices from Korea. The items were for distribution in Guiguinto town
If you are an office goer or somebody who just cannot stand tropical winters, only then would you understand the value of a cozy bed on a winter morning. Well don’t fret we have some of the best portable winter gadgets you could carry anywhere with you to stay warm. Whether you love exploring the great outdoors or just want to stay warm and toasty at your workplace, these smart winter accessories will surely help you get through the season in style.
Here are our choices of some awesome gadgets for you:
A hot cup of coffee or tea is all that we need to keep ourselves going through the chilly winters. Keep on doing your chores and continue sipping your latte with this
mug warmer that will connect to the USB and heat up the coffee mug as and when required.
New law by EU will call for mandatory mentioning of reparability and durability of the devices. (Reuters Image)
Good news for gadget freaks in Europe! With the aim of making buying gadgets more convenient for consumers, encouraging fair competition and reducing e-waste the European Commission is on its way to introduce a law that will make tech giants and smartphone makers disclose their repairing details so potential buyers can know how easy or difficult it is to fix them. Not just phones, this new rule will be applicable for TVs, laptops, washing machines and lawnmowers as well.
Meanwhile, France has already become the first country to announce that it will introduce repairability scores to gadgets sold there from January 2021. France is also the only country that made Apple provide free EarPods with the latest iPhone 12 by law. Apple has cited environmental reasons to trim the size of its
A carnival where children could be immersed in traditional culture and get a glimpse into the charm of high-tech educational products wrapped up in Sprout Union, a complex of educational service providers, in Beijing’s Haidian district on Nov 15.
Supported by the district’s culture and tourism bureau, the event ran workshops for visitors to experience paper-cutting, knitting, tie-dying and other intangible cultural heritages as well as displayed cultural and creative products featuring Summer Palace, Xiangshan Mountain and other tourism attractions in the district and technological achievement of companies in Zhongguancun Science City.
At the event, visitors could also play with VR games that brings them back to the war years to ‘witness’ the heroic stories of Red Army soldiers, appreciate the cartoon exhibition in which the exhibits are tributes to individuals and groups who committed themselves to fight against
November 26, 2020 – Staying at home naturally brings more focus on food and cooking. But that raises the age-old problem of kitchen equipment and appliances – the frying pan gets sticky, the coffee doesn’t give out the old aroma, and there isn’t a good wine cooler in the market. Foodie&Tours understood the pain of food lovers and cooks, and its official site under a new owner is just the place to visit for all things kitchen and cooking.
Buyers of kitchen appliances are among the most troubled lot, for while the choices are many, it’s hard to make out which brand or make to trust. A wrong choice of a coffee maker, a wok, or electric deep fryer means being stuck with a bad choice in the near future. Foodie&Tours has been launched to do away with these hassles, and review and present the top kitchen and dining appliances