Author: Tiffany Burris

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Tiffany comes from a long background in lighting design, audio, acting and theater. She has a strong love for technology, but an even greater love for traveling the world. Her colorful personality allows her to blend into any crowd where she easily makes new friends wherever she visits. Along the way she also gets to discover new and exciting tech emerging from every market.

Ever since the popularity surrounding OpenAI’s ChatGPT took off and exploded across the internet, Google has been stressing hard to compete. The company quickly launched its own AI which didn’t go so well at first, resulting in its stock taking a tumble. Since then, it has been hard at work trying to make a comeback, releasing an impressive version of its Bard (a large language model AI) to the public that almost anyone can make use of. Currently, Bard is an invite-only (US and UK) tool you can request access to by simply visiting the URL. Most of us didn’t…

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First, I should tell you that I have my TV on a lot, but I am usually working on projects or something rather than actively watching it. I’m doing that right now as I write this! I am sometimes quite surprised by what is being advertised when I finally see a commercial that I have listened to many times! Since my tv is often my background noise having good clear sound is important to me and when I do sit down to watch a movie, space-filling sound truly enhances the experience! The WoHome S11 Sound Bar is a solid choice…

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I have been trying out the Juxxe X1 Jamsports True Wireless Stereo Earbuds for a week now and I have decided that five stars are all I can give them.  They are just not comfortable in my ears.  Of course, you may have a different ear with a different comfort level. I tried all of the (3) silicone tip choices and once I found the pair that fit best, I set out to test the stay put factor!  I worked up to a fairly rambunctious activity level with the right earbud (the main earbud) popping out twice, but again I…

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I like the sleek design of the Tribit Portable Wireless Speaker and the function of the buttons, especially the volume control buttons. This speaker is basically cylindrical. It stands 7 ¼ inches high, with a 2 ½ inch diameter. The removable strap that is provided is very sturdy, attached by a screw post. I am confident that both the strap and post are sufficient for the weight of the speaker (19.2 oz) and will hold up for quite a long time, even with some abuse! Even the speaker itself seems like it can take a bit of wear and tear.…

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