Daily Archives: January 10, 2019

Building a Mac style menu for iOS

iPhone and iPad are held back in the productivity department in part due to Apple's decision not to adopt a more comprehensive menu system beyond iOS's weird popovers. What iOS needs is Mac style menus.

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Furrion’s battery-swapping, rolling electric cooler confidently caters campsites without the ice

The Furrion rolls to camp with a collapsible handle and grippy wheels

Along with showing smart yachts and luxury glampers, Furrion used this year's CES to present its new Outdoor Living lineup, a series of smart products designed for tailgating and outdoor entertaining. Chief among those products is the Rova, an iceless cooler that's essentially an electric fridge-freezer on wheels, offering up to a week of cooling power. It's a great solution for van lifers, car campers and others who want to keep their food cold for days on end without being tied to a vehicle or having to deal with melting ice.

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Category: Outdoors

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How Apple could make the notch less notchy

Samsung’s Galaxy A8s has a hole-punch display and the upcoming Galaxy S10 should put the camera and the sensor array inside a small circular cutout in the display. Apple, meanwhile, is rumored to make the notch on 2019 iPhones a bit smaller.

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Philips super-wide curved monitor also logs you into Windows

The 49-inch Philips Brilliance panel offers a 5,120 x 1,440 pixel resolution

As CES winds down for another year, there are still a few more gadgets for us to draw your attention to from the huge tech expo – including this mammoth 49-inch ultra-wide monitor from the Philips Brilliance series. Not only does it do the job of two monitors, it'll log you into Windows as well.

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Category: Home Entertainment

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