Life & Technology – 2GB 27th August, 2022

This week, we invited Brad Marshall Child Psychologist / Founder of The Unplugged Psychologist who shared with us his thoughts about mobile phone protocols in schools. 

elementary school students with smartphones stock photo

We also invited, Alex Choros Managing Editor from Whistleout who discussed about the end of mobile dead zones, following the announcement from T-Mobile and Starlink. 

T-Mobile says it’s getting rid of mobile dead zones thanks to a new partnership with SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet, at an event hosted by T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert and Elon Musk. With their “Coverage Above and Beyond” setup, mobile phones could connect to satellites and use a slice of a connection providing around 2 to 4 Megabits per second connection (total) across a given coverage area. – The Verge

Starlink - Wikipedia


Waterproof phones – fact or fiction (smartphone guide)

Is my smart TV spying on me? (guide)

Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K – finally, a mini-projector that sees the light (review)

Samsung T7 Shield Portable SSD – fast and tough (storage review)

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