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Deal on ZTE Quartz AndroidWear2.0, just $96 at TMobile

We have not reviewed this ourselves, but this DEAL is too good not to post! The ZTE is available from TMobile for just $96! That’s

October 09, 2017 Android Wear, Deal, Smartwatch, TMobile
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iClever XFree mini bluetooth earbud review, really pleased!

I’m going to start with the iClever XFree Mini‘s amazing 8 mm drivers (they call them speakers, but if you’re reading this you know better

September 29, 2017 Accessories, Pocketables, Reviews
Comments Off on Quell Wearable Pain Relief, an Introduction

Quell Wearable Pain Relief, an Introduction

A primer on the Bluetooth controlled Quell wearable TENS pain control device I've been wearing for 1 month. So far excellent results.

September 27, 2017 Features, Health, Pocketables, Reviews, wearables
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Lexar Brand Sold by Micron! Deals Roundup!

Lexar Professional Workflow Reviews by editor: Daniel Smith Three UHS-II uSDXC UR2 UHS-II SD Card SR2 UDMA7 Compact Flash CFR1 New, PRIME, from Amazon: CompactFlash

September 11, 2017 Amazon, Deal, Photography, Pocketables
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90 minutes, then Verizon’s @VZWSupport muted me, No, Still no service!

90 minutes with Verizon Wireless (VZW) Tech Support and they tell me to drive to a closed store!

September 03, 2017 Editorials, Pocketables, Rant, Verizon
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Can you hear me now? NO! Cause Verizon tech support is awful!

How did I get PUK-locked? I need to get an SMS to log into the web form… If I ask for a call, I don’t

September 02, 2017 Editorials, Rant, Sprint, Verizon
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Video Tutorial Building Your 1st Mycroft skill with python & an API 6:30pm EDT

We’re excited to announce that guest poster Brian Hopkins  @br1anhopkins @btotharye is back with another Mycroft adventure! As you’ll remember from Brian’s last Pocketable’s article, Mycroft is an OpenSource

July 13, 2017 AI, Hacks, IoT, Linux, Tutorials
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Amazon Deal Post… But it IS the CASIO WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor AndroidWear Watch for $249

Rob reviewed this watch in October: First Impressions Full Review The short answer: it’s huge, it was hard to justify the $500 MSRP. At $250,

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Guest Post: Out with the Alexa and in with the new J.A.R.V.I.S courtesy of Mycroft AI

Today’s guest post is courtesy of: Brian Hopkins  @br1anhopkins  @btotharye So after spending a good bit of time at Pycon over the past week and a

June 06, 2017 AI, Free, Hacks, IoT, Linux, Pocketables
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Low-cost thermal cooling of high-value assets

Okay, so this isn’t really pocketable… though you could stuff it in some cargo shorts pocket, but I am not sure why you would want

June 01, 2017 Pocketables, Reviews
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