The sporty version of Jabra's already wireless earphones have a few extras that put it over the top.
Sony WF-SP700N Wireless In-Ear Sports Headphones review: Sony's best truly wireless earphones have great sound, comfortable fit - CNET
The sporty WF-SP700N's battery life isn't so great, but it performs and fits well.
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They'll charge other USB gadgets too, but they're designed for Switch.
As a result, the former secretary of Homeland Security said he tries to avoid electronic communication, according to BuzzFeed.
Facebook maintained secret deals with a handful of companies, allowing them to gain "special access to user records," long after it cut off most developers' access to such user data back in 2015, according to a new Friday report by the Wall Street Journal, citing court documents it did not publish and other unnamed sources.
These arrangements, which were known as "whitelists," reportedly allowed "certain companies to access additional information about a user’s Facebook friends," including phone numbers.
Numerous companies, including the Royal Bank of Canada and Nissan Motor Company, apparently maintained such deals.
The G7's speedy processor, great camera and water resistance are as dependable as any premium phone. But there's nothing special to put it over the top.
The journey to Fortnite's starting point is the best part.
Nowhere is safe from the demands of work.
Jane Goldman of Kick-Ass and Kingsman fame is involved.
Even a confirmed window seat fan can see the appeal of an aircraft with virtual windows.
A Navy contractor had the information on an unclassified network, The Washington Post reports.
It's super easy to snooze emails on the go. Just swipe them away.
In a blow to electronic-voting critics, Brazil’s Supreme Court has suspended the use of all paper ballots in this year's elections. The ruling means that only electronic ballot boxes will be used, and there will be no voter-verified paper trail that officials can use to check the accuracy of results.
In an 8-2 majority, justices on Wednesday sided with government arguments that the paper trails posed a risk to ballot secrecy, Brazil’s Folha De S.Paulo newspaper reported on Thursday. In so doing, the justices suspended a requirement that 5 percent of Brazil’s ballot boxes this year use paper. That requirement, by Brazil’s Supreme Electoral Court, already represented a major weakening of an election reform bill passed in 2015.
Speaking in support of Wednesday’s decision, Justice Gilmar Mendes equated proponents of voter-verified paper trails to conspiracy theorists.
Deadline looms as Senators nudge House
With the FCC's motion on ending net neutrality provisions set to be enacted in a matter of days, Senate Democrats want the House to put their resolution up for a last-minute vote.…
The iPhone X is still king of the Apple smartphone hill. But 7 months after its release, it's time to look towards its inevitable iOS 12-powered replacement.
Sir Elton John says social media giants should be boycotted if they do not tackle homophobic hate speech.
Could this be the end of tight, painful shoes?
You can now see the phone from every angle.
Honey bees understand the concept of zero.