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Best Electronic Gadgets to Use When Working Out

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Who doesn’t love electronic gadgets? From smartphones and headphones to computers and health apps no matter your age, almost everyone is into a little bit of electronic gadget happiness. Beside being fun to play with, did you know that these electronic gadgets could assist you with your workout endeavors as well? According to an article, there are many gadgets that can be augmented with your smartphone to help you out while you workout. From gym-goers to calorie counters and beyond, you don’t have to go your health and fitness journey alone. Some of the electronic gadgets that are useful while working out include: Finis Neptune (music player for swimmers), Misfit Shine (for tracking movements), Sportiiiis (heart rate tracker for cycling), iSp02 Pulse Oximeter (track blood oxygenation and pulse rate), HAPIfork (assists in reducing your eating pace), Fitbit Aria (for watching body fat percentage and BMI), Trace (advance tracker for extreme sports), Amiigo Fitness Bracelet (workout tracker), Sensoria Smart Sock (measure pressure), and Umoro One (protein mix bottle). According to an article by PC magazine, if you regularly workout, you should plan on investing a minimum of $149 into your workout gadget. You know the saying, ‘you get what you pay for’ so don’t skimp when it comes to your workout gadget especially if you plan on using it on a regular basis.

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All About Keyboards Questions and Suggestions

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My Dell desktop’s wired optical mouse and keyboard are getting a little long in the tooth, and I’d like to replace them. What do you recommend? Are wireless devices worth it, or do you continually need to recharge them and replace endless batteries? I can touch-type, but my skills are a little rusty. Mamie

Keyboards are partly a matter of taste, and habitual use overcomes many objections. In other words, if you use a flawed keyboard for long enough, you’ll get used to it. You may even come to like it.

To generalise, there are three major tastes, with some overlaps between them. These are: traditional keyboards, isolated keyboards, and ergonomic keyboards.

As a touch typist, I’m a big fan of traditional keyboards with mechanical keys that click and have lots of travel. This comes from having learned to type on an ancient upright Remington that was built like a tank, then spent a couple of decades with an IBM Model M, which some claim is the finest keyboard ever made.

Other people are equally big fans of isolated keyboards with flat keys that have very little travel. These first appeared on Sony laptops (unless you want to count the Sinclair Spectrum’s “dead flesh” version), but Apple produced a fine aluminium example for its all-in-one Macs.

There is no doubt about which way the keyboard world is going. Mechanical keyboards are bulky and expensive to manufacture. Isolated keyboards are much smaller, and very cheap to make. They’re ideal for laptops that are even thinner than mechanical keyboards. Most people now learn to type on these isolated keyboards – or even on-screen keyboards – so I expect them to become almost everyone’s favourite.

Nonetheless, mechanical keyboards are still popular and easy to find, especially if you don’t object to fancy multi-colour lighting effects. They are being kept alive byPC gamers, for whom rapid responses and N-key rollover are a matter of (virtual) life and death.

The end of free apps on Apple’s App Store – Open Thread

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It’s the end of free apps for iOS! Well, sort of. Apple quietly made a design tweak to its App Store yesterday, replacing the “Free” button for apps that are free to download with “Get”.

So, no change to the actual price, but the new wording is one way of sidestepping the debate around “free” apps not actually being free if they use in-app purchases – an issue that regulators in various parts of the world have been looking into.

Now, freemium apps will have the new “Get” button, as well as a prominent “In-App Purchases” notification, to ensure that people know they’re downloading something that will, in some way, be hoping for some of their money at a later point.

Is “Get” a good choice of wording in this case? You might argue that it makes it harder to tell that an app is free to download, although iOS users will surely pick that up by noticing other apps still have prices on their download buttons.

The comments section is open for your thoughts on Apple’s change, and the rise of freemium apps in general.

What else is bubbling in the technology world this morning? Some links:

Senator Al Franken has some questions for Uber
Uber’s bad week just stepped up a notch: US senator Al Franken has written to its chief executive Travis Kalanick with some pointed questions about the company’s privacy policy, statements by senior executive Emil Michael about using private information to target journalists, and its “God View” tool for tracking users. “I would appreciate responses to these questions by December 15…”

Chrome now has 400m monthly active mobile users
Google has announced new stats for mobile usage of its Chrome web browser: 400 million monthly active users. That’s impressive growth given that it was on 300 million as recently as the company’s I/O conference in June.

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