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Every September, Apple asks us all to gather for a big announcement. Usually, the pin in the calendar marks the arrival of the next iPhone. But of course, 2020 and normalcy are not on speaking terms. So, even though Apple has an event scheduled today, we’re most likely not going to see a new iPhone …

Several months ago, back in the time we used to travel, I encountered a man in Mexico blowing a whistle and pushing around the back half of a bicycle. When someone heard the whistle and flagged him down, he sat on the half-bike and pedaled in reverse, spinning the wheel, which turned a tiny grinding …

I confess I was skeptical of a grill with Wi-Fi. Grills are about elemental things—wood, fire, meat—adding Wi-Fi to that seems almost sacrilegious. Grill-maker Traeger was undaunted though. The company has been offering Wi-Fi in its top-end pellet smokers for several years and has slowly added it to cheaper models, like the Ironwood 650. Turns …

Most of the early smart home inventions used automatic controls, making it possible to turn something or off without lifting a finger. But they didn’t connect to anything else, and their functionality was limited. That would begin to change in 1983 when ARPANET, the earliest version of the internet, adopted the internet protocol suite (also …

Traveling abroad sounds like a farfetched dream at the moment, and buying luggage might be the last thing you want to do. But maybe you’re moving, taking a road trip, or maybe you know that buying gear off-season (or when there’s a slump in the market) is a smart way to save money. Well, you’re …

Tap the tile to start recording the screen. You can choose to record audio via the microphone or device audio and if you want to see touches on the screen. You’ll see a three-second timer in the status bar, and then it will turn into a red dot to indicate recording has started. Just swipe …

Many of my fellow outdoor enthusiasts have found this summer puzzling. A lot of traditional summer pastimes, like crowded beach houses and outdoor evening concerts, have become taboo. Friends of ours that have never considered camping (and peeing) outside are now asking us for our best tips and tricks—and to borrow our gear. Camping is …

Labor Day sales are the harbingers of the holiday shopping season. This year may be different in many ways, but the onslaught of autumn deals have begun on cue. Below are the best price drops on our favorite gear. We also have specific roundups for outdoor gear and mattresses, which are two categories where Labor …

Published on September 11th, 2020 If you failed to meet customers’ expectations, customers will leave you. Your customers will be acquired by your competitors which know how to care of them. A good help desk software will help you stay close to your valuable customers. Help Desk Software’s job is to capture, track and maintain …

August 12th, 2020   |   Updated on August 20th, 2020 Customer relationship management (CRM) for Mac should effortlessly integrate with various macOS tools. Although, CRM’s may not be built exclusively for MAC, but they must work well for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. It does not matter whether your organization is small or medium-sized, if you are using …