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Blogger's Night with Vivo Y series: VIVO Y66 @ QLA, Delhi

With blooming Selfie Princess(s) and Prince(s), they need to be adept with the latest technology for their transition to Queens and Kings. VIVO Y66 provides with opportunity to groom yourself now in clicking better and beautiful selfies with moonlight glow and 16 MP front camera. 292 more words

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LG Tone Platinum Tone Brings the Clarity and Detail, Comply Sport Earphone Tips makes Your Workout Bassalicous

I posted elsewhere the benefit that Comply earphone tips bring to the LG Tone Platinum Bluetooth headset; with the ear tips that come with the Tone Platinum, bass is anemic, at least for my ears. 263 more words



Meet the floor cleaning Robot  DEEBOT R95.

I really love this well designed vacuum floor cleaner. It’s a nifty little character that works quite hard on keeping the floors clean. 346 more words

Technology Review

Whoop--The Fitness Band That Tracks Your Recovery

Nearly all wearables on the market use some form of step tracking or GPS tracking to determine your fitness level. A few track heart rate during activity, but there are currently none on the market that take that data and crunch it over days and weeks to determine what’s actually happening in an athlete’s body. 120 more words


Déjà vu - Returning to the Android fold - the good, bad and ugly - Part 3: Living with the LG V20, related accessories and the Android ecosystem

This post, third in the Returning to Android series, covers my experience with the LG V20 and Android 7.0 (a.k.a. Nougat) from a practical, field-tested experience after two months with related accessories such as the… 2,509 more words


Tesla Summons (autonomous parking) never gets old (video)

Just a quick video after giving the car a wash

Although this car will never be 100 autonomous- soon they will be- can’t wait!

Car Review

Déjà vu - Returning to the Android fold - the good, bad and ugly - Part 2: The LG V20 Review

I recently moved back into the Android fold from Windows Mobile (see my previous post for background and reflections on the move). When I knew I was going to switch over from Windows phone I then had to choose where I was going to go, Android or iOS, and if Android, which flagship phone. 1,077 more words