Now, tech company Pioneer wants to fix those dreaded conference call sound trouble with its new Lightning-powered conference speaker, called Rayz Rally.
The speaker is tiny — it fits in your pocket — and it can connect to your iPhone, Mac, PC, iPad or iPad touch to help amplify sound. And despite its small size, the itsy-bitsy speaker boasts enough noise to broadcast your conference meeting throughout the whole boardroom. The room-wide volume from such a tiny device comes from Averna Corporation's patent-pending analog and acoustic audio technology. Read more...More about Iphone, Technology, Speakers, Pioneer, and Rayz Rally'>
Or possibly, and I'm just spitballing here, you look like you just swallowed a first-generation iPhone simply because you had to sit quietly and listen to the president boast about his great and many successes?
While we can't be sure what kept your frown pointed down, some more photos might help us, the American people, get to the bottom of this great mystery. Read more...More about Tech, Apple, Technology, Donald Trump, and Tim Cook
So what if we made it illegal?
This is the thinking behind the Colorado nonprofit Parents Against Underage Smartphones, which is pushing a proposed 2018 state ballot measure that would ban the sale of smartphones to children 12 and under. What's more, reports the Coloradoan, if successfully placed on the ballot and voted into law, the measure would require phone retailers to ask their customers who the primary user of a smartphone will be. If the answer is a kid, the company would be required to decline the sale. Read more...More about Technology, Smartphones, Kids, Children, and Parents'>