Alexa skills for kids, stolen iPhones, and news about Netflix’s latest hit are featured in this week’s wiring diagram.
The goal of these posts is to share interesting tech-related news and to try and identify trends or topics that you may want to incorporate into homeschooling.
$25K for a Kid-Friendly Alexa Skill Amazon wants to offer more kid-friendly Alexa skills and if you’ve got the programming chops you could land a $25,000 prize.
If you live in San Francisco you might be waiting a little longer for your iPhone X Thieves stole 300+ iPhone X units from a UPS truck. Looks like Apple should have called Brinks.
HOCHE Lightning Cable Adds MicroSD Card Reader to Your iOS Device Apple’s charging cables break constantly. This stylish replacement lightning cable also adds a MicroSD card reader to your iPhone or iPad.
17-year Old Printer on ISS to be Replaced HP is sending up a special “zero-gravity” version of the HP OfficeJet 5740.
Ionity Charging Systems in Europe to be Brand-Agnostic Tesla has a network or charging stations all over the world but this vehicle-agnostic network hopes to provide high-speed charging for owners of other electric vehicles.
Nearly 1/3 of Netflix Subscribers Have Watched Stranger Things 2 The Duffer Brothers’ creepy love letter to the 80’s has captured the hearts of Netflix subscribers (including this one).
— Sesame Street (@sesamestreet) October 27, 2017
How to Avoid Getting Scammed on Amazon There are a lot of shady sellers on Amazon. Here are some steps you can take to protect yourself when buying from third-party sellers.
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