If you’ve been investing in smart home devices, then a smart home hub to monitor them is helpful. As many smart home devices don’t have screens, a smart home hub allows you to see what’s happening with your thermostat and other appliances.
The best smart home hubs connect to devices from multiple brands, so you don’t need to worry if you’ve mixed-and-matched your devices, and the best hubs even allow you to make hands-free calls to friends and family. Here are some of the best smart home hubs for 2020.
The Nest Hub Max is a smart display packed full of features, thanks to Google’s experience with previous smart hubs like the Google Home. The touchscreen display on its own is a great way to read the news, watch videos, play interactive games, or show a rotating gallery of your favorite photos. But that’s only a tiny part of … Read More
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Chicago, IL – May 14, 2020 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the Analyst Blog. Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include Tradeweb Markets Inc. TW, Repay Holdings Corp. RPAY, MercadoLibre, Inc. MELI, PayPal Holdings, Inc. PYPL and PaySign, Inc. PAYS.
Here are highlights from Wednesday’s Analyst Blog:
5 Stocks Trending as Coronavirus Pushes Cash-Free Payments
Four months into the pandemic, the human race has made a cultural shift and adopted digitization. As work, education, socializing and entertainment are all restricted within the four walls of one’s home, even the timeless process of paying in currency now stands at risk.
Even two decades ago, cashless payment was a far-fetched idea. Now, even third-world countries like Nigeria have extensive access to technology and financial expertise to
The government has called upon social media companies to take “much swifter action” in tackling “crackpot” conspiracy theories linking 5G networks to the coronavirus pandemic, after a number of mobile masts were set on fire over the past week.
Authorities have received several reports of criminal damage to phone masts and abuse of telecoms engineers inspired by baseless online theories, with culture secretary Oliver Dowden set to discuss the issue with several tech firms in the coming week.
Masts in Birmingham, Liverpool and Melling in Merseyside have all been targeted in recent days, while Vodafone told the BBC it had recorded four incidents over the past 24 hours at both its own sites and those shared with O2.
Warning internet users against “crackpot conspiracy theories circulating online”, a spokeswoman for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport said: “Those responsible for criminal acts will face the full force of
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