Teplo personalizes your cup of tea; Digicoro makes playing with kid’s apps more analog; and Keepack helps keep your items sanitized while on the move.
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“On: Tech” takes a look at several food-themed ways to make your #stayhome summer more enjoyable.
Whether you’re worried about a resurgence in cases or just surviving Japan’s miserable summer, here’s some handy tech that will be able to help.
This month's collection of products and services are great to help deal with the pandemic but may work just as well when it's over.
One exercise app can provide a lot of health tips, and when you're done with your phone, check out a device that can sterilize it with ultraviolet light.
We are all a little confused and stressed about the spread of Covid-19. But are there any ideas out there that might help us stay healthy and occupied during this time of uncertainty?
Whether old-school or state of the art, the more a gadget can do, the more you feel you need it.
Solutions for reluctant chefs, office door collisions and the stress of lost pass cases.
It's the festive season and whether you take Christmas day off or not in Japan, kids will still be excited about Santa. This month introduces a few next-generation techy toys that are great for children but will probably be fun for the parents, too.
Recent typhoons and heavy rains have left local governments in some parts of Japan having to deal with reconstruction, and residents thinking more about being better prepared in the future. This month On: Tech looks at a few gadgets that could be useful during ...