Fitbit has announced new wearables Fitbit Versa, which runs the upcoming Fitbit OS 2.0, and Fitbit Ace. Both are available for preorder today. Versa is the company’s second, cheaper smartwatch (starting at $200, versus Ionic’s $300 price tag) and ships in April. Ace is the company’s first wearable for kids (it’s really just a rebranded Fitbit Alta) and will hit retail stores in Q2 2018 for $100. The two devices are part of Fitbit’s attempt to broaden its appeal with consumers and the health market in general. These are mass-market devices, aimed at putting the company back on top — Apple dethroned Fitbit in wearables for the first time in Q4 2017. “Our mission is to make everyone in the world healthier,” Fitbit cofounder and CEO James Park said at a press event in New York City. “We’re going to continue to help consumers manage their weight, get more active and fit, sleep better, and reduce their stress. We’re also going … [Read more...] about Fitbit’s second smartwatch and first wearable for kids, the Versa and Ace, go on sale in Q2 2018
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We’re still on track to publish our complete Razer Phone review later this week (unboxing here), but in the meantime, here’s a little something to provide a bit of insight into the software experience you get on this device. Yep, this is our Razer Phone Tips and Tricks video! In the video, we go over the things you’ll need to know when it comes to optimizing your mobile gameplay, taking advantage of the legit speaker experience on this device, as well as a brief rundown on Nova Launcher Prime. There’s a bit to cover, so I’ll let you get started. Look for our complete review to be up this Wednesday, right before we take off for the Thanksgiving weekend. Razer Phone Tips and Tricks Buy Razer Phone: Razer Store ($699) … [Read more...] about 15+ Razer Phone Tips and Tricks!
Time-consuming and stressful, technical interviews can make or break your chances for landing a job. The stress level is even higher for self-taught developers and those interviewing for the first time. But with the right preparation and practice, your next technical interview will be a breeze, no matter your background.“Non-traditional candidates are really intimidated by technical screenings, coding interviews, because they’ve been made to feel they’re not qualified without that CS degree. But I don’t think that’s true,” says Gayle Laakmann McDowell, founder of technical career consulting firm CareerCup and author of Cracking the Coding Interview.More important than having a degree, McDowell says, is being able to crack the technical interview to prove you have the chops to excel in the role, a completely manageable undertaking if you know what you’re up against.A technical interview is a chance for hiring managers to evaluate how you … [Read more...] about How to prepare for (and ace) the technical interview
Fitbit brings one of the best fitness platforms out there when it comes to presenting how much or how little you move in an easy-to-understand format. It not only delivers the data, but it does so in a simple and user-friendly way so you aren't swamped with too much detail.The Fitbit app is comprehensive and while the basic features it offers might be obvious, some of Fitbit's best functions are a little harder to find. This feature highlights all the tips and tricks of the Fitbit app to help you get the most out of your fitness tracker, with device specific tips at the bottom.Fitbit app Dashboard tips and tricksEdit what you see in Dashboard: Tap edit at the bottom of the screen > tap the cross on the metrics you don't want to see appear > done.Edit the order of the Dashboard: Tap edit at the bottom of the screen > drag the wobbling metrics into the order you want them in > done.How to see a different day's activity: Tap the arrows … [Read more...] about Fitbit tips and tricks: Get more from your Alta, Flex, Charge, Blaze, Surge and Ionic trackers
posted on 08 Sep 2017, 10:30 2 1. Klinton (Posts: 1168; Member since: 24 Oct 2016) 'With the rather inconveniently located fingerprint scanner of the Note 8' posted on 08 Sep 2017, 13:29 0 10. therealestmc (Posts: 566; Member since: 23 Jul 2012) Bulls**t. I see you suffer from Stockholm syndrome. The placement of the home on the galaxy is awkward as hell. Even Samsung knows that. Everyone knows it. posted on 08 Sep 2017, 22:50 0 16. darkkjedii (Posts: 27047; Member since: 05 Feb 2011) Muscle memory dude, you just get used to it. posted on 08 Sep 2017, 10:39 1 2. You_Dont_Say (Posts: 431; Member since: 26 Jan 2015) #1 Tip = Don't buy this phone. posted on 08 Sep 2017, 13:17 6 6. SupermanayrB (Posts: 1188; Member since: 20 Mar 2012) Alpha Tip - Don't listen to your dumbass. posted on 08 Sep 2017, 14:02 4 11. tedkord (Posts: 15816; Member since: 17 Jun 2009) Another tip: don't eat lead paint chips. A shame no one gave you that one years … [Read more...] about Comments for : Samsung Galaxy Note 8: tips and tricks