Thanks to faster network speeds and smartphones, surfing the web via our smartphones is becoming a viable alternative to using a computer. Granted the screens aren’t as big and the virtual keyboard might not be as comfortable, but while on the go and in a pinch, using your smartphone to get online is doable.
That being said it seems that for some, using their smartphone to get online is the only way they can use the internet. This is according to a recent study conducted by Pew Research in which they found that 7% of Americans rely on their smartphones solely for internet. 10% were also found to not have broadband access at home, and another 15% say that they have few other options besides their smartphones in which they can get online. Read full post →7% Of Americans Rely On Their Smartphones For The Internet
When we think of automated home systems, our mind might jump to Philips and their range of Hue smart light bulbs that can be controlled remotely via smartphones. However if there was one downside to the Hue bulbs is that they were fixed in one place, meaning that you couldn’t take it with you on the go.
However if you’re after a more portable solution, the company has recently announced the Philips Hue Go which is a more portable solution and can also be controlled using your smartphone. As you can see in the video above (which is in Italian, but you get the gist), the Hue Go is shaped like a bowl and comes with a built-in battery that lets the user bring the light with them wherever they go. Read full post →The Philips Hue Go Is A Portable iPhone-Connected Light