Below is a recap of this week’s blog posts including Bluetooth troubleshooting, a device leasing company expanding its reach, possible solutions to the ongoing labor shortage issue, and ways you can help celebrate Earth Day 2022.
When the idea of going “hands free” first arose it was revolutionary to think about taking calls without having to actually hold a phone, but Bluetooth has evolved even further. We now have cordless headphones and earbuds, speakers that connect to our smartphones simply by being near them, cameras, televisions, and the list goes on. However, as handy as Bluetooth can be when it works properly, it can also be extremely frustrating when it doesn’t.
Rumors that Apple is developing a leasing program for its devices have recently circulated, raising questions from the company’s loyal customers. The rumors stirred surprise among Apple users, however, this is not the first time the idea of leasing devices has been put into action. Berlin-based device leasing company, Grover, was founded in 2015 with a mission to create the most innovative ways for everyone to get the technology they want.
The last two years brought major changes to the business world. As a result of the pandemic many companies were forced to downsize in order to adapt, and others turned to remote working. As the world slowly returns to normal, and businesses return to the office, many companies are facing new challenges including the ongoing issue of labor shortages. Since the pandemic began and remote working became an option, it has become the preferred method of work, leaving many on-site positions undesirable.
Tomorrow is Earth Day, and we’d like to celebrate by discussing the importance of keeping our planet clean and healthy, and some ways you can contribute every day. Recycling is often put on the back burner in favor of convenience. Many people see recycling bins everywhere, but instead of taking the time to sort through their trash, they choose to dump it all in a single bin. Recycling isn’t exactly an exciting topic, but technology is, and e-waste is extremely toxic to not just the environment, but human health as well.