Ex-Apple engineers turn your iOS or Android device into a high performance second display for your Mac & PC…

Duet is the first high performance solution to use your iPad or Android device as a second display for your Mac or PC – unlike other second display apps, Duet Display has zero lag.

accomplish this by turning your mobile device into a second display using the USB to 30 Pin, lightning, or USB-C connection. It is far more stable than Wi-Fi, especially for people on the go. You don’t have to worry about your 802.11n network, your router settings, whether you’re on a VPN, or if you’re downloading or uploading too much data to use your display.

Source: Duet

Wakelet – An Amazing Way To Organize Your Online Content Into Collections

I encourage you to take a look at Wakelet, which is an online FREE service that is an amazing way to bookmark, organize and curate content from across the web and use it to create beautiful, informative and engaging collections. What sold me on Wakelet is that I can create collections that can be easily managed, annotated, shared, etc… I can see this service being very useful for educators. For example, when I am looking for content to post on the blog, I use Wakelet to save my findings in a collection for future reference.

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Once you sign up for Wakelet, I suggest installing the available browser extension and mobile app to enhance your use of Wakelet…

Wakelet Browser Extension

Save links, articles, videos, tweets and more with two clicks. Organize content without leaving your browser tab. Available for Chromium based browsers, Microsoft Edge, and Firefox…

Wakelet Mobile App

Use Wakelet whenever you like, wherever you are with our mobile app. Discover personalized content from around the world. Available at the Apple App Store and Google Play Store (for Android).


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Dark Sky Weather Service Has Joined Apple

Dark Sky is my favorite weather service on the internet. Today they announced they have joined Apple. This may be a good thing; but, the bad thing is for Android and Wear OS App users, the app will no longer be available for download. Service to existing users and subscribers will continue until July 1, 2020, at which point the app will be shut down. Subscribers who are still active at that time will receive a refund.

Source: Dark Sky Blog

Roku is giving away 30 days of premium video >> Engadget

Add Roku to the list of companies offering free premium TV trials to keep people entertained while they stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s launching a Home Together initiative that provides extended 30-day trials of familiar networks and services. Epix, Showtime, Hallmark and A&E Crime Cental are among the more conventional services on tap. FitFusion, Gaiam and Grokker can help you stay in shape while the gym is closed, while specialty stations like Acorn TV and Smithsonian are also available.

Source: Roku is giving away 30 days of premium video | Engadget

How to Track a Phone Using Android or iOS

by Digital Trends

If you’ve got a smartphone, consider installing the apps listed below. There are several app choices available for your phone, but also remember to set up any included phone-locating software that comes with your device. That includes Apple’s Find My iPhone, Google’s Find My Device, and Samsung’s Find My Mobile. If you’re looking for more choices, try out the following apps.

Source: How to Track a Phone Using Android or iOS | Digital Trends

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