Dumping electronics waste at regular garbage disposal sites or dumpsters is actually illegal in several states. In fact, Target was fined $22.5 million in 2011 for this very reason. The franchise was charged for dumping hazardous waste improperly in California, which included electronics waste.
The new decade marks a new era of smartphones! We were wowed by the sheer advancement of technology displayed in the models launched in 2019 and can’t wait to see what’s in store this year.
Here are three phones we’re most excited about.
Last Thanksgiving, the Nintendo Switch experienced its highest ever sales week in the US, selling over 830,000 units. The device continues to be as popular as it was when it was first launched, with a vast games library available for users.
More than 68% of the US population uses smartphones, and this number is expected to rise in 2020. From sending texts and emails to conducting full-fledged business transactions and meetings, the need for smartphones cannot be underplayed.
Still haven’t gotten around to sell your laptop for cash? If the points discussed in our previous blog didn’t convince you, here are a few more compelling arguments on why you need to do this ASAP.
Don’t want to give away your old laptop that got through both high school and college? In the words of Coldplay, “Nobody said it was easy, oh it’s such a shame for us to part”.
10 years ago, an article published in The Guardian discussed the growing importance of laptops, in comparison to desktops. A decade later, while laptops are undeniably more widely common in households than desktops, the latter still have the edge over their competition in certain aspects.
So, which one should you consider buying for your home?
Buying a laptop is an expensive investment. When you buy a device, you expect it to last you a couple of years. There comes a point, however, when you have to ask yourself the impending question: does my laptop support my existing needs?