9 DailyTekk Articles You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

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There’s never a dull week at DailyTekk. Here are the recent articles you shouldn’t miss (in case you did).

  1. The 5 Best Dual Band Routers You Can Buy NOW To Speed Up Your Internet Connection – You need a good dual band WiFi router, and here’s why: if you live in a dense neighborhood, chances are high that you’ll experience channel conflict or signal overlapping. In English, your WiFi setup might be very similar to that of your neighbor’s — so similar that everyone’s signals are getting congested (i.e. slow)…
  2. What Is Apple’s HomeKit? A 60 Second Overview – Apple has been busy branching out beyond smartphones recently. First came the Apple Watch—Apple’s highest-selling product launch in history, by the way—and next came the rumors about an Apple Car (along with the rumor that Apple might just buy Tesla to break into the auto space)…
  3. 4 Big Announcements Google Just Made That You Should Know About – Google I/O—the company’s annual conference for developers, and generally the place where it likes to make some big announcements—recently wrapped up. I think it’s safe to say that nothing earth-shattering was announced this year, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some fun things for Android—and even iPhone—users to get excited about…
  4. Bored? Need Travel Advice? HeyLets Has You Covered – I love to travel — and — I get bored easily. That makes me a typical American, I suppose. Basically, I like to experience fun things whether that’s at home, several states over or across the pond. The problem is, it’s not always 1.) fast or 2.) easy to find the best things to do whether traveling 30 minutes from home for something to do on the weekend or hitting the Interstate for a month-long road trip. And that’s where an app like HeyLets comes in…
  5. Alcatel Onetouch Idol 3 Review: A VERY Impressive Affordable Android Phone – What if you could get an incredibly capable phone at an astonishingly affordable price? That’s exactly what you’ll get with the Alcatel Onetouch Idol 3, a fully unlocked Android phone that costs just $249. Not $249 with a two-year contract; just $249 period. When you compare the Idol 3’s feature set to those of the iPhone and—I’ll just pick a flagship Android phone here—the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, you’re going to be amazed at what you get for the price (and when it comes to pricing, what you don’t get stuck with)…
  6. Grain Audio OEHP Wood Headphones Review: How Music Was Meant To Sound – Unmistakable and bohemian. I took an abundance of time thinking of two words that best describe Grain Audio’s OEHP wood headphones and those are the two I came up with. If they seem a bit unexpected, let me explain…
  7. Incipio Feather MacBook Air Case Review: One Of The Best I’ve Tried So Far – Apple products always look the best when they are naked; when they are covered by cases, they usually become slightly less attractive and a bit bulkier but also far safer from dings and scratches. Alas, I never leave my MacBooks naked. They are far too valuable (both the machine and what it holds); the better they are protected the better I feel. But as I person who appreciates fine design (what do you think drives me to the Apple universe of products in the first place?) I demand a MacBook case that not only protects but also reflects and respects the functional design ethos of both the machine it’s covering and my own picky taste…
  8. f-stop’s Ajna Adventure Backpack Review: A PERFECT 40 Liter Pack For Videographers – A couple of weeks ago I mentioned to my wife how I needed a new backpack specifically designed to haul my video equipment around. A couple of days later a company called f-stop got in touch asking if I’d like to test out their new Ajna pack which was part of a new lineup called the Mountain Series launching today…
  9. It Would Be Dumb Not To Buy This Awesome Smart Doorbell – One of the coolest house upgrades I’ve seen in a very long time is the Ring Video Doorbell. It’s an Internet-enabled doorbell that allows users to see and speak with visitors at their door through smartphones and tablets from anywhere, whether you’re on the couch or halfway around the world…

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