The smart home journey has been tough, trying to bring everything together through HomeKit has reduced the number of options dramatically. Lights are generally not a problem, but sensors, switches and plugs have been really tough to find.
MacRumors with some
Posted 19th Dec 2019 @ 08:43
I really like these blind tests, but looking at the process, too much variation is possible. It wouldn't take much to make the photos truly comparible.
Posted 17th Dec 2019 @ 19:26
I love Italian football, I have a lot of fond memories from my youth, but it's a parody of competition at the moment.
Glad to see Roma and Milan calling them out but it's 2019, I have no idea why this needs explaining to anyone.
Posted 17th Dec 2019 @ 13:34
Genuinely shocked that this is still a thing in the UK, I thought phones had been unlocked for years now but apparently that's not the case. I may be insulated from this, as over the past 6 years I've been an iPhone user and bought them all directly from Apple who sell them unlocked in the UK.
Prior to that, my Android phone was bought from the network it was on and locked to. Before going with Android, I had a Nokia flip phone which came unlocked but that was from a store that offered it directly from the manufacturer and bundled it with a deal from a network.
Given the EU's track record on making usage across the continent cheaper for consumers, I'm surprised this isn't something they'd sorted out already.
Posted 17th Dec 2019 @ 12:19
I saw this
Posted 12th Dec 2019 @ 08:45