Lately, my productivity has been up and down, following the curves of the pandemic and the seasons. But where I live, spring is here 🌷. And, in addition to spending more time in my garden, I’m finally zeroing in on how I can be more productive working from home. Here’s how I use some new Chrome features to get work and life done throughout my day. Check them out for your own productivity boost.
Introducing MeeBot 2.0 Code Island on Apple’s Swift Playgrounds, an augmented reality gameplay experience for MeeBot 2.0 that takes hands-on STEM learning into uncharted territory! Complete coding challenges and unlock special tech tutorials in mixed reality for immersive lessons unlike any other.
What you eat plays a huge role in your health, well-being, and happiness. And after being stuck inside for so long everyone’s in need of a little inspiration to keep cooking and extra motivation to make healthy choices. The good news: Fitbit Premium members can now access fresh nutrition ideas that will inspire you to eat well. Premium members already have access to features that help you move more, sleep better, and stress less: From the Health Metrics dashboard and your personal Wellness Report, to the advanced sleep features and mindfulness sessions, to workouts, games, and challenges—being healthy has never been easier or so much fun! And the Premium content and features just keep getting better.
Combining stunning 4K resolution with smart streaming functionality and a portable design, the ViewSonic X10-4KE projector delivers a cinematic experience from anywhere in your home. Watch the video for the unboxing.
For the past 15 years, billions of people have turned to Google Earth to explore our planet from endless vantage points. You might have peeked at Mount Everest or flown through your hometown. Since launching Google Earth, we’ve focused on creating a 3D replica of the world that reflects our planet in magnificent detail with features that both entertain and empower everyone to create positive change.
Facebook recently announced that it will be creating a version of Instagram for kids under the age of 13. Current social media platforms pose obvious potential threats for stranger-danger, increased social media-related bullying among peers, and a detrimental impact on a person’s self-esteem.
Young children have simply not reached the developmental stage to process these issues and navigate them in a healthy way. Imagine how harmful it would be for kids to have even earlier exposure to an Instagram-like platform.