Vision-Correcting Displays, A Portable Charger That Knows Your Schedule, and More

Welcome to this week’s Five for Wednesday:

  1. The geniuses at the MIT Media Lab and Berkeley have developed smartphone and computer displays that automatically compensate for vision defects. Forgetting your glasses might not be a problem in the near future.
  2. Speaking of forgetting things, this portable charger is Bluetooth-enabled, can read your calendar, and reminds you to bring it with you when you’re about to have a long, busy day.
  3. Logitech’s new Bluetooth keyboard plays nice with Chrome, Windows, OS X, Android, AND iOS. That’s a whole lotta platform agnosticism.
  4. Microsoft now offers Office for iPad as a monthly subscription. Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook and OneNote can be yours for $6.99 a month.
  5. Two-step verification adds a layer of security to your personal data online. Learn how to set up TSV in iCloud, Google, Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, and Dropbox.

Joseph Sullivan

Joe Sullivan is a User Experience Designer for the Center for REALTOR® Technology.

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