Review: Honor View 20 smartphone
The Big Picture
Bringing the wonders of old surveying maps in three dimensions
Designer Scott Reinhard tries to make vintage map design modern with 3D technology. He used altitude data from the United States Geological Survey to create 3D heights of topography, and combined the data with the old maps of the world.
Review: OnePlus 6T Smartphone
OnePlus continues to provide great hardware and software capabilities with the 6T. However, a sluggish in-display fingerprint reader and the controversial decision to remove the headphone jack may result in a break. The 6T would otherwise be a fitting successor to the highly acclaimed 6th. Read all of this on the site.
Fitbit's newest tracker is available only through your work or insurance
Fitbits New Inspire is a fitness band for companies that want to spend a lot of weight on wearables, regardless of whether your health insurance company or a company is an employee Stay active. It is the definition of no-frills. A basic version does little more than track activity and provide phone alerts, while the Inspire HR adds heart rate monitoring and the GPS system. There is no price, but that can vary from offer to offer.
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