Technology with Rich DeMuro

GM Makes Remote Start, Unlock Standard on 2014 Models

After a hiatus many thought was a permanent retirement, Amazon has brought back the super-sized Kindle DX.

QVC is syncing up its TV signal with what its mobile app displays on your phone, so you can interact with shows and buy stuff easier.

General Motors is making remote engine start and door lock/unlock standard on nearly all of it’s 2014 car models. The feature will be free for 5 years through OnStar and the associated mobile app.

There’s a new Fitbit-like activity tracker device, but this time it’s for your dog. Clip Whistle to your dog’s collar and it will track how long they play, sleep and walk. The company is taking pre-orders right now, Whistle sells for $100.

Google’s very own stock Android keyboard is now available as a download for a wide variety of devices. I find it to be better than the top seller SwiftKey – it’s more accurate, let’s you type in various ways and way less laggy.

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