A cell phone ring holder is a helpful and clever way to keep a grip on your smartphone at all times. A phone grip ring sticks securely onto most smartphones, tablets, and phone cases. And it folds completely flat when you’re not using it. It also helps with taking selfies, one-handed typing & texting, and taking action photos on the fly. I’ve used an iRing phone finger ring for years now and have gifted many of them too. See why everyone loves the iRing!
Have you seen all of the wearable technology devices out there lately? There are headbands, watches, patches, and more — all vying to be one of the best wearable tech trends. I’ll explain which wearables are worth buying, those that you shouldn’t waste your time on, and what the future of IoT looks like.
Have you ever placed a Skype call? If not, here are the ins and outs of using Skype to make Internet phone calls from your computer, rather than from a traditional phone. Everything you need to know about Skype Internet phone services and othe rfree alternatives. Plus, a few other great ways to use Skype daily!
Eye tracking technology is not a new concept — but it’s still relatively new to our smartphones. I was very curious about eye tracking and figure you might have some questions too so here’s what I found out.
Take selfies? Use your phone in the car often? Time to consider which phone accessories you REALLY need. Here are the top 10 worth considering.
Here are the top 5 cell phone accessories you should never buy. They may seem cool at first, but here are some reasons to think twice!
Bill Ford Jr. told us that Ford Motor Company strives to be a technology leader. That’s an interesting goal for a car company! Here’s how Ford is turning the car into a lifestyle tool…
I have studied the effects of “driver distractions” on car crashes before, so I decided I’d better try one of these headsets! THIS, my friends, is a classic case of driver distraction!… The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that 10% of drivers are using a phone. Source Eager to be communicating more safely […]