Jan 16, 2018
Info-Tainment News! Apple, Amazon, Specter MeltDown,CES and Even Google Gets a Giggle
Welcome to the first Blind Abilities Info-Tainment News! Nick, Pete, Lori and Jeff share a look at the latest news and put a humorist twist and reflect about the entirety of the news covered in the light hearted skit we are calling, “Info-Tainment News.”
From the security vulnerabilities, to the virtual assistance populating our homes, to household appliances that are beginning to take commands vocally, they all succumb to the humility we employ upon these new innovations.
We follow up with a commentary from all of us talking about how we approach the ever changing horizon and actually today’s realities of technology. How are you handling the changing techno environment? Are you keeping up with the technology and are you staying safe with security? Are the Gidget and gadgets changing for better independence or is it just differently dependent that is evolving?
Join the BlindAbilities Team on this humorous journey through technology and how it may be affecting us today.
Check out the links below to find out more about the devices and techno news talked about on the Blind Abilities Info-Tainment News.
Here are the ways Google and Amazon are fighting
Could you use a smart assistant in your bathroom? Kohler thinks so. The bathroom giant is connecting everything from your toilet to your shower to the web and allowing you to control them all using Alexa
This Nonfunctional $980 Laundry-Folding Robot Is the Most CES Thing Ever
Specter and Meltdown: A quick guide
Amazon’s Alexa wants to learn more about your feelings
Whirlpool® Introduces Smart Home Lineup
Tile’s item-finding technology is being built into Bose earbuds
Apple says iPhone 6 Plus replacement batteries are in short supply and won't be available until late March to early April in the United States and other regions, according to an internal document distributed to Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers this week and later obtained by MacRumors.
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