Oftentimes, we scour the internet to find the best deals for you. Sometimes we come across deals that are too good to be true, while other times the deals are correct, but a minor typo makes a sale price flabbergasting.
View More This Amazon typo makes it seem like you’re saving over $2,400 on a Garmin
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Something strange is happening in the world of cryptocurrencies. To the investor, the speculator, or the casual observer, the industry is in the midst of the “crypto winter” marked by dwindling public interest and stagnant prices after last year’s massive plunges. But to the engineer or the founder, it is an industry which has never […]
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Mid-March is the time when everyone is itching to break out their warm-weather whip — whether that’s a motorcycle, boat, or the same car they always drive, but with the windows down.
Today, bikers get a gift that can up their cruising possibilities: TomTom’s motorcycle-exclusive GPS, the TomTom Rider 550, is $106 off on Amazon.
(Always check Amazon first, y’allIt’s still $399.99 on TomTom’s site.)
This TomTom doesn’t just want to get you where you need to go — it wants you to have fun while doing it. With access to TomTom road trips, you can see the world’s best routes curated by other drivers, split up by location (both nearby and internationally) and scenery. Built-in WiFi will update your maps automatically and allows you to search for windy or hilly alternatives to the boring route you always take. To plan trips ahead of time, just download the MyDrive app. Read more…
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In this week’s startups newsletter: Y Combinator president Sam Altman is stepping down, Marie Kondo is raising VC and Munchery has finally filed for bankruptcy.
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Joe Apprendi Contributor Joe Apprendi is a general partner at Revel Partners. More posts by this contributor The new era in mobile Big data’s humble beginnings Data collection through mobile tracking is big business and the potential for companies helping governments monetize this data is huge. For consumers, protecting yourself against the who, what and […]
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The 2018 Holiday shopping season was the biggest on record for e-commerce, with nearly $126 billion in online sales. But as e-commerce continues to expand, the demand for warehouse workers is growing faster than the labor supply and creating an increased need for automation. Given its dominance in e-commerce and the massive scale of its business, there’s no surprise […]
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A privacy complaint targeting the behavioral advertising industry has a new piece of evidence that shows the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) shedding doubt on whether it’s possible to obtain informed consent from web users for the programmatic ad industry’s real-time bidding (RTB) system to broadcast their personal data. The adtech industry functions by harvesting web users’ data, […]
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Many people associate dash cams with police cars, but these accessories aren’t just for documenting run-ins with the law. Dash cams act as a security device to capture incidents such as theft or accidents.
The Garmin DriveAssist doubles as a dash cam and GPSYou can get the device for $239.95 at Amazon — a savings of 20%.
Garmin DriveAssist syncs with your smartphone so you can send messages, make calls, and view notifications hands-free. The device also includes voice-activated navigation for even more hands-free usage. Read more…
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View More Snag the Garmin DriveAssist GPS with built-in dash cam for 20% off at Amazon
Drivers in New York City will soon be able to use Waze — and other navigation apps — in places like tunnels or bridges where it’s common to lose a GPS signal. The new capability is courtesy of small open source puck-like devices called Waze Beacons that were invented in-house by Gil Disatnik, an engineer […]
View More Waze expands its Bluetooth beacons to New York City to end GPS signal blackouts
When Matrix came out with its first PowerWatch the watch world was enamored. The self-powered smart watch would suck energy from your skin by using the temperature differential between your skin and the air, allowing it to run indefinitely without charging. Now the team has added a solar feature to their latest PowerWatch 2 which […]
View More The Matrix PowerWatch 2 is a vampiric timepiece that sucks your life-force
Harley Davidson released new specs for its electric motorcycle and pulled the covers off the concept designs for its electric bicycle and scooter as the company’s push into electrifying its product line continues.
And the company showed that going electric doesn’t mean losing any of the muscle that’s intrinsic to the Harley Davidson chrome-wheeled, fuel-injected brand. In fact, the 2019 EV debut can out-accelerate any of the company’s gas motorcycles, according to specs released today at CES.
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Where are you? That’s not just a metaphysical question, but increasingly a geopolitical challenge that is putting tech giants like Apple and Alphabet in a tough position. Countries around the world, including China, Japan, India and the United Kingdom plus the European Union are exploring, testing and deploying satellites to build out their own positioning […]
View More The GPS wars have begun