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One month with the Google Home assistant

By Gadjo Sevilla

Google’s mission statement is to, ‘organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.’ In the past, this was usually done through the Google search bar, Google Home is the next step. With voice being the main way to interact with the service, getting Google Home to do things or access information becomes more conversational.

Why do Chromebooks dominate the education market?

By Gadjo Sevilla

How does a device that can’t run classic desktop apps, requires constant Internet access, and has less storage space than a smartphone become the darling of the educational market? Here’s how the Chromebook’s inherent weaknesses helped make it the leading choice for education.

Simplify business expense tracking with ScanSnap Cloud and Expensify

By Gadjo Sevilla
I recently took a business trip where I had to account for my transportation, food, and incidental expenses for reimbursement by my client.
This usually entails scanning loose receipts on a scanner and collating them into a single document with an invoice for submission. These steps are time consuming and tedious. To make things easier, I used the portable Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 scanner, Fujitsu ScanSnap Cloud and Expensify app.

Comparing roaming options for travelling Canadians

By Gadjo Sevilla

Travelling outside of the US and Canada presents a greater challenge. For one thing, cellular bands or systems may differ and roaming packages from your carrier, while available, will be more expensive.

Sentri’s all-in one home monitoring system points to the future of IoT

By Gadjo Sevilla

The Sentri app will enable you to access these compatible smart home devices so if you forgot to turn of your lights or want to set your smart thermostat to conserve energy, you can do it even while travelling, provided you have an Internet connection.

Notable 2-in-1 tablets for consumers

By Gadjo Sevilla

The latest hardware comes with dazzling displays, pen input, 64-bit processors, more RAM, improved Bluetooth and wireless connectivity have helped tablets improve their PC-like tasks while accessories and add-ons can convert them into viable productivity tools.