So you just bought an iPhone, now what? 6 ways to be more productive with your iPhone From the office, to the gym and back home again, the following apps can help turn your iPhone into a tool for almost...
This week The ADAM elements team got to play with the unreleased DJI Spark drone. With limited flying experience, this was a good chance to test the Spark for the average beginner and report to our drone fans before they...
Whether its a long car ride or an overseas flight, the nature of travel is unavoidable for now. While we all wait eagerly for futuristic travel through vacuum tubes or teleportation, there are some high tech tips and tricks that can make the journey more enjoyable.
Taking your work home, as everybody knows, can be a little bit chaotic. Keeping a balanced life is what we all aim for. Separating your work-persona and your relaxed, home-persona is a challenge, but most of us try our best and do succeed. If you’re anything like me, you have read all the articles on how to unplug from a long day at work―you try yoga, you pick up a new TV show, you exercise, you name it, we’ve all done it.
For every business person who loves smartphones, there is another who thinks these devices cause more problems than they solve. Which side of the fence do you fall on? Before you decide, let’s take a look at some of the key benefits — and biggest drawbacks — that smartphones provide.
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