We all love our music and for many of us, we want to take our music with us when we are practicing our favourite sports. However the problem has always been to find an earphone that was comfortable and will stay in place while we are actively moving. Well the advancement in technology has convincingly solved this problem. If you have an active lifestyle check out these earbuds:
Argom Tech Ultimate Sound Fit.
These sweatproof earphones come in a blue theme with an inline and is built for outdoor use. What is most impressive is its value for money, at $3100... read more
Digicel has been very active of lately by engaging its customers with competitive data deals. The company has also been sweetening their offers by launching their budget friendly DL 2 smart phones, which premiered in April 2013 with the first version, DL 600.
“Since the DL 600, this line of affordable Android smartphones continues to be a top pick for Digicel customers looking for reliable, budget-friendly devices. It is for this reason we introduced the Digicel line of smartphones to assist more Jamaicans with becoming connected to the world of mobile data,” revealed Elon... read more
At CES 2018, Samsung Flip shows how ideas can be instantaneously shared across devices and how multiple people can contribute, widen and build on ideas in real time. Samsung Electronics Company Limited offered CES 2018 attendees a first look into its vision for a ‘Workplace of the Future’ with the unveiling of its new Samsung Flip digital flip chart display. Introduced at the company’s First Look event, the Samsung Flip WM55H promotes more collaborative digital engagement by alleviating the most prominent challenges businesses face when organising, facilitating and recapping... read more
Apple's sleek new iPad app teaches kids to code
By Dana Villamagna
Common Sense Media
Parents need to know that Swift Playgrounds is an iPad-only app that helps kids learn Swift, which is a programming language made by Apple and used to create apps. The puzzles and challenges incorporate cute alien-like characters and a 3D world to teach kids (or adults) to code using Swift. Users work through all the lessons and challenges, which include "every concept and skill" required to write real apps, according to Apple. Note: Swift laygrounds is not compatible with iPhones or... read more
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