From revolutionary phones to wireless chargers and earbuds, here are some of the most ingenious achievements of the decade in tech.

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How a smart speaker, a Google Chromecast, and a smart light bulb are collaborating in my bedroom.

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The web has been flooded with misinformation, cyberbullying, and fake news, so what has majorly been done about it?

Thinking about that, some of the world’s biggest social network companies — such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Tumblr — , have developed a few strategies through the past few years, aiming to try preventing false information from being spread around the web — whether people are doing it on purpose or by mistake.


Yes, you definitely need it. You just don’t know it yet.


From projects that went terribly wrong to ideas that turned out to be not that brilliant, here are some of the biggest fails and flops of the decade in tech.

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In 2018 we all started taking screen time seriously, so I decided I’d religiously seek to reduce my screen time.

I was one of those people. …


The efficiency of the connectivity, the beautiful design of the case and the pods, the perfect syncing. It all just made sense.

Test Drive

Before the actual review, I need to tell that I actually bought a Chinese copy for around just US$ 19 (instead of the US$ 159 charged for the original pair at the Apple Store) and used it for 2 to 3 months. They were a bit bigger, heavier and had the cable longer than the original. I do confess that I looked myself in the mirror and did not like what I saw. They were not just big, they felt big.

The most annoying thing though is that it had — a lot of — connectivity issues and it took…

Lucas Wetten

A successful transponster. Based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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