Smart remote to self-balancing car: Meet the game changing gadgets at CES 2017

I started this column as part II of a report on CES 2017 with some good stuff, a few of the junky products and closing it with some of the weird. Halfway through, I realised that the list of truly innovative stuff was long and very meritorious. Thus, I’m dedicating this column to all the game-changing technology and products of CES 2017. Some of these will change the world this year. Sevenhugs Smart Remote Sevenhugs Smart Remote Remotes are a mixed blessing. A universal remote was supposedly the solution, but…

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Education Is Not a Marketplace You Can Game With Vouchers

School choice is a terrific slogan and an even better policy—when it works. All parents should have the option of sending their child to a place that is a good fit for that kid. One initiative in the choice movement—charter schools—has made an enormous difference in the lives of millions of children. Currently, more than 2.5 million K-12 kids are enrolled in charters: public schools operating outside the confines of union rules. That’s 5.1% of all public school children, up from just 1.6% ten years ago. Another 500,000 are on…

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PlayStation LifeStyle Game of the Year 2016 Winner!

Here it is! We’re down to our final end-of-year awards and as one can expect, it’s for the biggest one there is! To end things with a bang, PlayStation LifeStyle awards what we deem the best game of the year. If you weren’t able to keep track of all the awards we’ve given out for our Best of 2016 month-long celebration, you can check them out here, or watch the video above to see all the categories, winners and of course, our pick for Game of the Year 2016!What game…

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