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G-RO Smart Luggage Review

By Erin L / December 14, 2017 / Comments Off on G-RO Smart Luggage Review

Smart luggage is growing in popularity. With charging built in + tracking and a ballistic nylon design G-RO promises to change the way you travel. Read the review.

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Away Smart suitcase review: can this smart luggage beat airline ban?

By Erin L / December 8, 2017 / 3 Comments

Smart luggage is all the rage, with features from charging, self-weighing, GPS tracking & more. I recently reviewed a smart carry-on suitcase by Away Travel.

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Virtual reality Coldplay concert with Samsung Gear VR

By Erin L / August 20, 2017 / 2 Comments

I’ve always thought virtual reality is something for teenage boys, and gamers. The appeal to a middle aged woman like me has been limited up to now. But thanks to Samsung, I’m starting to see the promise of virtual reality and how it can be expanded from gaming to real life applications.

I had a chance this week to attend a concert in Chicago, but I never left my house. I got to watch it with a glass of my favourite wine, on my favourite chair, and with no pushing, shoving crowds.

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The backpack you need for work – Targus accessories

By Erin L / June 18, 2017 / 2 Comments

Whether it’s the bus, train or even Uber, sometimes commuting can be a pain. You need to be well armed when you head out for the day; all your papers and gear, your technology and devices, and maybe even lunch thrown in for good measure. Having the right accessories —and the best way to carry…

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Use technology to make travel easier

By Erin L / May 19, 2017 / 1 Comment

Travelling is either a treat or a chore, depending on your perspective. Whichever way you look at it, you can make it easier on yourself by taking a few seconds, and using technology, to keep yourself organized. Our travel hacks will also help you if your documents or other important info is lost or stolen.

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Smart keyless travel lock – Locksmart by Dog & Bone

By Erin L / January 12, 2017 / Comments Off on Smart keyless travel lock – Locksmart by Dog & Bone

Travel locks get a bad rap; either they’re too puny to be protective, or they’re easy to pick. Or perhaps you’re the type that is always misplacing the key or forgetting the combination, while you’re a million miles from home. Smart travel lock uses no keys, no combinations A solution is digital locks. I’ve written…

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Smart mirror is robot concierge for hotels

By Erin L / January 6, 2017 / Comments Off on Smart mirror is robot concierge for hotels

At the world technology show CES 2017 today, Panasonic and IBM have introduced a product that will help travelers make the most of an unfamiliar city. Smart mirror is digital concierge Built into hotel room mirrors (which are essentially transformed into large touch screen computer terminals), this smart mirror concept is basically a robot concierge…

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Christmas traffic; technology of when to avoid the road

By Erin L / December 20, 2016 / Comments Off on Christmas traffic; technology of when to avoid the road

It’s not your imagination; Christmas traffic gets crazy.  And there’s data to prove it. Waze, the guys who make the super cool traffic and navigation app, have released some info about when are the best and worst times to drive around some of the places that see a flood of vehicles around the holidays. Is…

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Virtual reality for real people -Reviewing Google Daydream View

By Erin L / November 10, 2016 / 1 Comment

If you think virtual reality is for kids, hipsters and gamers, think again. Virtual reality is about to come to the masses thanks to Google’s inexpensive and easy to use Daydream View headset that has just launched. What is Daydream View? Daydream View is Google’s virtual reality (VR) headset.  It’s essentially a pair of goggles…

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Reviewing ASUS Pocket Projector

By Erin L / July 31, 2016 / Comments Off on Reviewing ASUS Pocket Projector

As technology continues shrinking, new categories of home entertainment are also finding ways to make smaller and smaller components. Take home theatre projectors, for instance. They used to require a suitcase and a weight belt to cart them around, but that’s changing with the introduction of pico or pocket projectors from several manufacturers. ASUS is…

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