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Google Wallet and Android Pay Merge

Google has today announced that Google Wallet and Android Pay have merged to make a more simplification of its mobile payments offerings which will make it easier for customers to pay for stuff by looking for the “Google Pay” logo… Continue Reading →

Apple has released macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 which addresses the “Spectre” vulnerability

Apple has released macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 which addresses the “Spectre” vulnerability that was acknowledged last week. Spectre is a serious hardware-based exploits that take advantage of the speculative execution mechanism of a CPU, allowing hackers to gain access to… Continue Reading →

Apple releases iOS 11.2.2 with security fixes

Apple has released iOS 11.2.2 includes security improvements to Safari and WebKit to mitigate the effects of the Spectre vulnerabilities, which the company acknowledged a few days ago affected their devices. The Meltdown vulnerabilities were already addressed in the iOS 11.2, macOS… Continue Reading →

Netatmo announces HomeKit support for March

Netatmo has announced that it’s “Welcome” camera will be adding support for Apple’s HomeKit in March. The company’s outdoor camera, the “Presence” is about halfway through a HomeKit rollout that began on Dec. 29. Currently the camera has a 1080p… Continue Reading →

Powermat is Joining QI wireless standard and is good news for iPhone users

If you own an iPhone 8 or iPhone X and tried to charge your phone wirelessly in coffee shops and airports, you’ve probably already discovered that not all of them work, this is due to the fact that Powermat made… Continue Reading →

First Alert’s Onelink smart and carbon monoxide alarm with Alexa, Apple Airplay 2 and Google Assistant

First Alert is no strange to working with smart home products, the company launched Onelink smart and carbon monoxide alarm which was the first to hit the market with support for Apple’s HomeKit and includes voice feedback when alarms are triggered. First… Continue Reading →

Whirlpool announces new Apple Watch App

This week is CES 2018 and we can expect to see some great products announced, Whirlpool has already announced that it’s working on an Apple Watch app that will allow you to control more than 20 of its connected appliances,… Continue Reading →

Apple adds a clause to it’s iPhone battery replacement deal one per device

In late December Apple dropped the price of its battery replacements to any customer with an iPhone 6 or newer regardless of diagnostic result for just $29 instead of the usual $79. According to new fine print on its iPhone… Continue Reading →

iHome’s smart speaker clock with Google built in

If you are in the market for a smart digital alarm you may want to check out iHome’s iGV1, this bedside alarm clock is a dead ringer for the Google Home and even has a gray fabric speaker grill on… Continue Reading →

Canary launches a new affordable indoor security camera

Canary is without a doubt one of the best security camera companies out there but is on the expensive time, today Canary has addressed this by unveiling a more affordable version of its home security camera that launches today. Canary… Continue Reading →

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