Drones are really popular, and they are showing zero sign of slowing down in that sense. Everyone is talking about DJI Spark flying, looking at the best drones for beginners, and even talking about which drone accessories are the best. Though the gear alone is great, what really makes droning fun is the community—and the cool apps.
Apple watches may have gotten a reputation for being a status symbol, but that doesn't mean they can't be useful, too. Though they initially were very pricey wristwatches with little else to offer, this is no longer the case.
There are a wide range of necessities in connotation with one's taxes and credit profile, none of which should be ignored or procrastinated. The more you let a credit score drop (yes, there's three different forms of one's credit score), the more likely you will be in having to pay more for various things, from car insurance to monthly rent payments. Don't let your credit profile slip by the wayside when there are a host of various apps that monitor your credit score for free and with highly intelligent technology.
What did people do in waiting rooms before mobile applications? On train platforms? In boring meetings and bad first dates? Ten years ago, before Steve Jobs introduced us to the Apple App Store, how did people manage?
If you own a phone, a tablet, or really any device these days, chances are that you have experienced apps that regularly push for updates. Yes, it's annoying, but we all know that they are necessary. Updates help keep things secure and can give us new features.
Artificial intelligence is growing by the day, and sometimes, they're better help than humans! Through giving us feedback, informing us on anything, and just being there for us any hour of the day. Companies and businesses like Amazon and Google have actually created smart home devices based on artificial intelligence to give anyone assistance to a wide variety of requests. From questioning how old a celebrity is to the traffic on the bridge, the majority of your questions can be fulfilled with the help of artificial intelligence.
It's no question that in today's tech-savvy, candy-coated, Insta-prettied, multi-tweeted, Black-Mirrored world, all. of. the. things. are. at. our. fingertips. We are droned out, swiped up, Netflixed-in, and Face(book) down in politics, pop culture, grocery deliveries, crowdsourced rides and two-day shipping. It's as majestic as it is detrimental to our human psyche, I'm sure.
Building commercial websites and applications no longer needs you to be an expert. With the advent of web development kits and ready-to-use frameworks, the once complicated task has become something even beginners can do. However, there’s an explosive amount of tools and frameworks available in the online market and picking the one that would fulfill one’s purpose in the most efficient way is generally an uphill task.
Maybe you're like me and your 9-5 just ain't cutting it. I've always had an itch to run my own business and be my own boss, but with approximately zero dollars to help me get started I had to be creative. Pile on top of that about $20,000 in student loans and medical debt and I absolutely needed additional income to ever get ahead. I started looking for work from home jobs other than selling on eBay (nothing wrong with that, I've just sold everything I could already). And, I'm happy to inform you I've found three apps and websites that I use religiously that have funded my trip to LA, helped make my car note every month, and start an emergency fund.
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — The sharp tongue of Golden Girl’s Sophia Petrillo has nothing on Annette Kleinman Markell—the spunky Jewish grandmother of Cleveland native Brad Kleinman, 36. Markell, or “Gramma Netty” as she is affectionately known, is the face and voice behind iGavolt — a unique iPhone app created for Jewish kids, young and old.