Best pool gadgets you might want to buy now » Gadget Flow

It’s summer. And with temperatures soaring across the country, you’re probably looking for a way to cool off. Whether you’ve got a pool in your backyard, have a membership to one, or your neighbors are kind enough to let you use theirs, you’ll want to check out this roundup of our best pool gadgets you might want to buy now. Because summer won’t last forever.

Mid-July is here, and you’re likely enjoying the hot weather and seemingly endless days. And if you have a backyard with a pool, we hope you’re making the most of it. There’s nothing quite like a dip in cool water and an afternoon spent on the lounge chair, listening to music. And to make your time in the water even more fun, we’re rounding up some of our best pool gadgets. With summertime gear this good, you just might want to buy it now.

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25 Surprising Jobs That Will Be the Best for Your Career

One of the key factors of a satisfying job is the ability to advance in your career, but identifying whether a potential job comes with this important component can be tricky. To find the jobs with the most career opportunities, Glassdoor analyzed millions of employee reviews on its site and found the 25 jobs that are most likely to allow you to climb the career ladder — and some of them might surprise you.

Last updated: Feb. 18, 2020

Software Development Engineer

  • Median base salary: $117,250

Almost half of the jobs on Glassdoor’s list are in tech, but software engineers had the lowest career opportunities rating of the ones that made the cut — 3.6 on a scale of one to five, with one being the weakest and five being the strongest. On the plus side, it has one of the highest median base salaries and some of the most

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In reversal, CES gadget show to go online-only in 2021, Technology News, ETtech

In reversal, CES gadget show to go online-only in 2021
CES, one of the world’s biggest technology conferences, will be a virtual event in January due to the coronavirus pandemic, a reversal from May when organizers said it would go on as a smaller gathering in Las Vegas.

The announcement Tuesday is another blow for Las Vegas which, like all other U.S. tourist destinations, is suffering as people stay home or vacation locally. More than 170,00 people attended the four-day show this year in January, before Covid-19 began to spread across the U.S.

States in the South and West are being hit particularly hard.

In Nevada over the past two weeks, the rolling average number of daily new cases has increased 27%. The state now ranks sixth in the country for new cases of COVID-19 per capita.

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The coronavirus is pushing telehealth into the mainstream — here’s how traditional healthcare players are using it to retain business now and where the market is headed

 

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The coronavirus pandemic has been a watershed moment for telehealth — or the use of mobile technology to deliver health-related services, such as remote doctor consultations and patient monitoring — as patients have had to reimagine the ways they seek healthcare.

While telehealth has been on the brink of taking off for years, consumer usage of the tech ticked up slowly before 2020. The coronavirus pandemic has given consumers the push they need to adopt telemedicine on a wide scale — and we expect adoption to keep climbing so long as the pandemic rages on. Once outbreaks became severe in the US, consumers began flocking to telehealth: Telehealth usage among US adults climbed 6 percentage points month-over-month from February 2020 — when 11% of respondents reported having tried telehealth — to March — when 17% said the same, per a survey by CivicScience. And we

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As junior college basketball moves to January hope is dwindling the NCAA season will start on time

The National Junior College Athletic Association announced Monday that it will not conduct any “close-contact” sports — like football and basketball — in the fall semester. Instead, the NJCAA’s new plan is to start basketball season in January and football season in March. And though this isn’t necessarily a sign of what’s to come at the Division I level, it sure feels like it could be as COVID-19 cases continue to spike in a way that makes playing college sports in the United States any time soon difficult bordering on impossible.

In short, things are not going well.

The Big Ten and Pac-12 have already announced they will not play non-league football games this fall, and more power conferences are expected to eventually do the same (if they even play football at all in the fall, which is obviously in question). Meantime, few people outside of college basketball are

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20 cool gadgets you will probably want to try in 2020 » Gadget Flow

Smart drum players or personalized tattoo devices – 2020 has given us some of the weird yet amazing gadgets so far. And we being gadget-thirsty souls out here, will always ask for more. But before we look into the new releases from the rest of 2020, let’s take a look at all of the cool gadgets the year has witnessed so far. You’re in for a surprise!

It would be an understatement if we say that 2020 has been a year full of cool tech gadgets. Quite surprisingly, this year has already given us a lot of new releases – not just from big brands but also from new businesses and crowdfunding campaigns. So, this week it’s time to take a look at some of these cool innovations that have literally blown our minds. 

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