Today over at Amazon, you can pick up a great deal on the iClever BoostCube dual port USB wall charger. Right now you can pick on up for $8.99. This charger, about the same size as the single charger for Apple’s iPad, sports two USB 2.4A ports and 24W of power to easily charge two devices at once. It also has built-in LEDs in each port so you can find it in the dark and has iClever’s SmartID technology to charge your devices efficiently and quickly.
iClever recently redesigned this charger, aiming at squarely for those who travel. The AC prongs now fold into the chassis of the charger itself, making it easy to pack and a bit more compact. Performance wise, it is an excellent accessory whether it is for your home, office or traveling. It can charge Android and iOS devices handily and with the SmartID technology, you don’t have to worry about over charging of your devices.
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One of the big benefits of Google Now is getting travel time information to your next appointment. It is really handing in planning your journey time as it takes into account things like travel time itself but also things like traffic on along your route thanks to its Google Maps integration. That travel time can be adjusted depending on your mode of transportation: Car, bike, bus or public transit or walking and, in some place, car sharing services like Uber.
There is another small but important feature that this service in Now offers and that is the ability to adjust your arrival time regardless of your transportation mode. I, for example, generally like to be at a meeting place about 5 minutes before the actual start time of the meeting. Old habits die hard, what can I say? Within the travel time information in Google Now, you can adjust when you want to arrive at your destination which, in turn, adjust the time in which you need to leave. In this How To, I’ll show you how to tweak this little feature so you can show up at the time you want to show up for your next appointment.
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