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The Latest Entry-Level Phones

By Christine Persaud
Who buys entry-level phones? They are appealing to a variety of people for varying reasons. The most obvious customer type is the one with budgetary restrictions, but they are likely not the primary customer.

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Blue Light Blocking Glasses: Do They Work?

By Christine Persaud
Have you ever heard of blue light blocking glasses? A few months into virtual learning, a friend of mine sent me a link for a pair she bought for her two daughters and I was intrigued. But blue light blocking glasses aren’t just for kids: it’s big business for adults, too.

Hot Tech Categories Fueled By The Pandemic Aren’t What You Think

By Christine Persaud
During a virtual keynote prior to CES 2021, at the Techfluence virtual media event, Stephen Baker, NPD’s Vice President, Industry Advisor of Technology & Mobile, touched on the a few of the most surprising trends for 2020 at both ends of the spectrum.

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Tech-Enabled Smart Labels Help Fight Food Waste

by Lee Rickwood
New smart labels for food, other consumer products, even industrial processes, can be connected wirelessly to sources of power and contextual information.

Here Are Some Of The Best Midrange Phones

By Christine Persaud
While it’s tempting to jump on the highest-end, most premium, newest smartphones as soon as they come out, not everyone has the budget, nor the need, for devices that rival the cost of a monthly mortgage payment. This puts mid-range phones in a unique position to appeal to a large subset of the market.

Tech Categories That Are Growing Like Wildfire Due To The Pandemic

By Christine Persaud
Wearable devices, portable Bluetooth speakers, and truly wireless headphones are a few of the popular big categories from the past few years. But in 2020, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are specific categories of products that are picking up steam that might not necessarily have been on the radar before, or at least not been quite as popular as they are now.