Bonnie Kyte at RE/Max Gateway

Bonnie Kyte was born in Washington, D.C. to government-employed parents, which gave her an appreciation for multi-cultural diversity. She graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in Social Work. She and her husband moved to Athens, where Bonnie studied Greek and gave birth to her first baby. The family then moved to Singapore, where Bonnie worked at the embassy. She had her second child. While in Singapore, Bonnie learned to love Asian culture, food, arts and Mahjong. Bonnie also lived in Kabul, Afghanistan where she organized tours of the provinces for groups from the Embassy. Bonnie learned to appreciate the Arab culture and religion when she lived in the United Arab Emirates. She returned to the United States, settling in Virginia, and returned to social work. She organized and directed the first comprehensive daycare program in Prince William County. In the process of divorcing, Bonnie entered into real estate, which has given her the opportunity to counsel and interact with people from many cultures. She retains a travel agent license as well, and continues to travel and enjoy the experiences on a regular basis. Bonnie’s Real Estate Designations include: ABR, CIPS, CRS, GRI, SRES, CDPE. She was also awarded the National Association of Realtor’s Green Designation after completing coursework providing extensive knowledge of green homes and buildings. She is s member of Who’s Who in International Real Estate, FIABCI, the Chamber of Commerce, Who’s Who of American Women, and AAUW member, and has done volunteer work for the American Heart Association, the diabetes association, leukemia and has worked as a volunteer counselor at the Women’s Center in Vienna, VA.

Is LeEco really in trouble?
11/08/2016
Is LeEco really in trouble? - Bonnie Kyte

Is LeEco really in trouble?

 Billionaire CEO Yueting Jia told employees in a letter last week that the company’s rapid growth was leading to stagnation and management problems at LeEco, and announced that he would invest $10 million into the company and cut his salary to 15 cents in order to keep LeEco steady as it expands int...

Next-gen Ford driver assist includes auto backup braking, evasive steering help
11/04/2016
Next-gen Ford driver assist includes auto backup braking, evasive steering help - Bonnie Kyte

Next-gen Ford driver assist includes auto backup braking, evasive steering help

 Ford is detailing new features coming to its driver assist system, with a timeframe for arrival in new vehicles within the next two years. The new additions include the ability to detect people and objects on course to pass behind a vehicle, and auto-braking when in reverse if the driver fails to h...

Doorman cancels unlimited deliveries, cites “losing money”
11/01/2016
Doorman cancels unlimited deliveries, cites “losing money” - Bonnie Kyte

Doorman cancels unlimited deliveries, cites “losing money”

 If you live in a building with a doorman, you don’t need Doorman. If you don’t, you do. The company is making it easy to accept deliveries when you’re out and about, but realized it was getting so successful in changing the patterns of how its customers do online shopping, that it was effectively l...

Apple says no fun allowed on the Touch Bar
10/28/2016
Apple says no fun allowed on the Touch Bar - Bonnie Kyte

Apple says no fun allowed on the Touch Bar

 The Touch Bar is serious business. Apple’s interface guidelines warn against all kinds of fun things that developers probably started thinking about when the new MacBook Pros leaked earlier this week. No doubt some apps will find a way to be creative even under the stern eye of Apple’s party police...

Apple could be developing its car OS in Canada
10/26/2016
Apple could be developing its car OS in Canada - Bonnie Kyte

Apple could be developing its car OS in Canada

 More details about Apple’s software team for its not-so-secret car project are emerging. According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple has hired quite a few engineers in the Ottawa suburb of Kanata. The company also opened an office there and could be developing its car operating system from ther...

Six reasons to be hyped for the Nintendo Switch (and four reasons to worry)
10/25/2016
Six reasons to be hyped for the Nintendo Switch (and four reasons to worry) - Bonnie Kyte

Six reasons to be hyped for the Nintendo Switch (and four reasons to worry)

 Yesterday saw the introduction — after many leaks and rumors — of the Nintendo Switch, the company’s next game console. It isn’t due to arrive until March of next year, which is infinitely frustrating because it looks amazing for several reasons, not all of them obvious. Here’s why I’m more excited...

Watch this autonomous Tesla drive from home to work on its own
10/21/2016
Watch this autonomous Tesla drive from home to work on its own - Bonnie Kyte

Watch this autonomous Tesla drive from home to work on its own

 Tesla announced Wednesday evening that all Tesla cars made from now on will have all the hardware they need on board to achieve full self-driving (though autonomous software will rollout later, with a cross-country demo planned for the end of 2017). Tesla’s already doing its own early testing, of c...

Autodesk’s Amar Hanspal talks about the future of manufacturing
10/18/2016
Autodesk’s Amar Hanspal talks about the future of manufacturing - Bonnie Kyte

Autodesk’s Amar Hanspal talks about the future of manufacturing

 Imagine a world where manufacturing is no longer geographically mandated, when you can print custom parts in minutes, and anyone can build anything. That’s the world Amar Hanspal, Autodesk’s SVP or Product, wants to live in. I talked to Hanspal while he was at a future of manufacturing conference a...

Add Google Assistant to your phone by tweaking two lines of code
10/14/2016
Add Google Assistant to your phone by tweaking two lines of code - Bonnie Kyte

Add Google Assistant to your phone by tweaking two lines of code

 Want Google Assistant, but don’t want to spend your allowance on a Pixel? I’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is you can get it with two tiny tweaks to a single config file — the bad news is you’ll need root access, and there’s no guarantee it’ll work on your phone …

Anker is launching a Navdy clone called Roav
10/11/2016
Anker is launching a Navdy clone called Roav - Bonnie Kyte

Anker is launching a Navdy clone called Roav

 Watch out, Navdy. Here comes Anker. The Chinese consumer electronic brand is about to release an in-vehicle heads-up display that appears to be similar in design and execution to the Navdy. The product is called Roav, and like the Navdy, the device appears to take information from a user’s phone an...

Sony packs more power into its compact cameras with the RX100 V and a6500
10/07/2016
Sony packs more power into its compact cameras with the RX100 V and a6500 - Bonnie Kyte

Sony packs more power into its compact cameras with the RX100 V and a6500

 Sony has a pair of new cameras for sale — though perhaps “new” isn’t the word, since they’re more like upgrades to existing devices. The price is upgraded, too. You’re not getting away for under a grand, though you’ll be getting a lot of camera for your money. The RX100 V is, as you might …

Google’s new smartphones are about Google, not Android
10/05/2016
Google’s new smartphones are about Google, not Android - Bonnie Kyte

Google’s new smartphones are about Google, not Android

 Google unveiled a lot of new devices today, but at the core of nearly everything was a commitment to Assistant specifically, and to showing off what Google’s range of service offerings can do. I sat down with Google Canada’s Head of Public Affairs Aaron Brindle after the satellite keynote event her...

Aura rethinks the digital picture frame with smarter software, sensors & gesture control
10/04/2016
Aura rethinks the digital picture frame with smarter software, sensors & gesture control - Bonnie Kyte

Aura rethinks the digital picture frame with smarter software, sensors & gesture control

 We’re taking more digital photos than ever, but we’re not very good about printing them out to enjoy them in our homes. Meanwhile, the digital picture frame market has filled with cheap products that haven’t kept up with technology developments, like ubiquitous Wi-Fi, better photo quality, and high...

A robot learns to cope with the loss of an eye in an experiment carried out on the ISS
09/30/2016
A robot learns to cope with the loss of an eye in an experiment carried out on the ISS - Bonnie Kyte

A robot learns to cope with the loss of an eye in an experiment carried out on the ISS

 Humans are pretty good at ballparking distances, even with one eye closed — but it turns out computer vision systems have a hard time with it. Researchers hope to fix that, or at least make robots a little more robust, by teaching them to navigate a space without the benefit of stereo vision — in …

Apple adds Sonos speakers to its stores as it focuses on wireless audio
09/27/2016
Apple adds Sonos speakers to its stores as it focuses on wireless audio - Bonnie Kyte

Apple adds Sonos speakers to its stores as it focuses on wireless audio

 Did you hear? Wireless audio is the future — at least to Apple. And to that end, Sonos, perhaps the best wireless speakers available, are now available in the Apple Store alongside speakers from B&O, Logitech, and Apple’s Beats. Apple already sells several wireless speakers but the Sonos speakers w...

Samsung says half of recalled Note 7s in the US have been exchanged – mostly for new Note 7s
09/23/2016
Samsung says half of recalled Note 7s in the US have been exchanged – mostly for new Note 7s - Bonnie Kyte

Samsung says half of recalled Note 7s in the US have been exchanged – mostly for new Note 7s

 In case you were wondering when you’ll stop receiving those “please turn off your Samsung Galaxy Note 7” warnings before takeoff, well, we’re halfway there. Samsung announced today that “about half” of the affected phones — they mean to say, the exploding ones — have been exchanged. Read More Tech…

NASA’s asteroid-harvesting mission solicits proposals for its robotic spacecraft
09/21/2016
NASA’s asteroid-harvesting mission solicits proposals for its robotic spacecraft - Bonnie Kyte

NASA’s asteroid-harvesting mission solicits proposals for its robotic spacecraft

 Asteroid mining is coming soon to a planet near you: this planet, and in 2021, to be specific. But NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission has lots of work to do before that point. Today the space-faring organization issued an official “request for proposals” from four partners on how they would go about…

Catching Pokémon with the new Pokémon Go Plus
09/20/2016
Catching Pokémon with the new Pokémon Go Plus - Bonnie Kyte

Catching Pokémon with the new Pokémon Go Plus

 I walked into a store and bought two today (there were plenty more around) so chances are you won’t have to resort to overpaying on eBay for a pre-order slot. After only a few hours playing with the Go, I already feel like it has a good chance of pulling me back into the game, …

Apple’s iPhone 7 will be super limited in stores and all jet black and Plus models are sold out
09/16/2016
Apple’s iPhone 7 will be super limited in stores and all jet black and Plus models are sold out - Bonnie Kyte

Apple’s iPhone 7 will be super limited in stores and all jet black and Plus models are sold out

 Apple has issued a statement tonight that is essentially setting expectations for those who hoped they’d be able to walk into an Apple store on Friday and pick themselves up an iPhone. The statement makes it clear that all iPhones will be in short supply for walk-in customers without a reservation....

A new wearable generator creates electricity from body heat
09/13/2016
A new wearable generator creates electricity from body heat - Bonnie Kyte

A new wearable generator creates electricity from body heat

 Now your sweaty body can power your phone. Like Neo in the Matrix, a new system created by researchers at North Carolina State University lets you generate electricity with a wearable device. Previous systems used massive, rigid heat sinks. This system uses a body-conforming patch that can generate...

The Swiss watch industry is doomed
09/09/2016
The Swiss watch industry is doomed - Bonnie Kyte

The Swiss watch industry is doomed

 There was one slide in Tim Cook’s keynote that probably made the watch industry potentates choke on their oysters St Jacques. It was a simply a clear comparison between Apple Watch sales and sales of traditional watch brands, both high and low. And it wasn’t good. At the bottom of the barrel was Ja...

Live from Apple’s iPhone 7 announcement
09/07/2016
Live from Apple’s iPhone 7 announcement - Bonnie Kyte

Live from Apple’s iPhone 7 announcement

 It’s become something of a ritual: September comes around, and Apple sends out its ever-mysterious invite to a few dozen outlets. We all head for San Francisco, and a new iPhone is unveiled. It’s September. We’ve got our invite, and we’re live in SF. As we have for nearly a decade now, we’ll be liv...

Tales from the alternate era of the Ara
09/06/2016
Tales from the alternate era of the Ara - Bonnie Kyte

Tales from the alternate era of the Ara

 It’s been a long day away from outlets, so I reach into my pocket and fish around for a battery module. The zoom camera pack clips out easy, making room for the added battery capacity, which should give me enough juice to get through the evening. I slip the camera module back into my pocket; …

Samsung investigating reports of Galaxy Note 7 explosions
09/02/2016
Samsung investigating reports of Galaxy Note 7 explosions - Bonnie Kyte

Samsung investigating reports of Galaxy Note 7 explosions

 Samsung is looking into reports from multiple users that the recently released Galaxy Note 7 has issues wherein a few phones have exploded during charging. A Samsung spokesperson told TechCrunch that they’re “conducting a thorough inspection,” and Korean news agency Yonhap reported earlier that a p...

Nine-year-old boy prints a mechanical hand for his teacher
08/31/2016
Nine-year-old boy prints a mechanical hand for his teacher - Bonnie Kyte

Nine-year-old boy prints a mechanical hand for his teacher

 Calramon Mabalot is a pretty wild kid. He likes 3D printing and, along with his brother, he builds lots of cool projects – including a mechanical hand for a local teacher he met while building 3D projects. In an interview with 3DPrintingIndustry, Mabalot described how he designed and built a prosth...

Do you know all of the activities or points of interest in your neighborhood, or the neighborhood you’re looking to mo...
08/27/2016
Local Points of Interest

Do you know all of the activities or points of interest in your neighborhood, or the neighborhood you’re looking to move to?

Finally, a Bluetooth speaker that matches my axe and flannel
08/26/2016
Finally, a Bluetooth speaker that matches my axe and flannel - Bonnie Kyte

Finally, a Bluetooth speaker that matches my axe and flannel

 There’s no shortage of portable Bluetooth speakers out there, but lord are a lot of them ugly. What I need is something that will not look amiss sitting on a stump next to me while I hew a yew in my red plaid flannel. Wait, what’s this one?! Read More Tech Crunch – Gadgets

The Fairfax market is changing. Check out what homes in your neighborhood are selling for today.
08/24/2016
Recent Home Sales

The Fairfax market is changing. Check out what homes in your neighborhood are selling for today.

The 48 startups that launched at Y Combinator S16 Demo Day 2
08/24/2016
The 48 startups that launched at Y Combinator S16 Demo Day 2 - Bonnie Kyte

The 48 startups that launched at Y Combinator S16 Demo Day 2

 The world’s most prestigious startup school launched 48 companies today at part 2 of its Summer 2016 Demo Day. Nanoparticle analytics and delivery robots were amongst the products revealed in the B2B, biotech, enterprise, edtech, fintech, and hardware verticals. You can check out our write-ups of a...

Do you know all of the activities or points of interest in your neighborhood, or the neighborhood you’re looking to mo...
08/20/2016
Local Points of Interest

Do you know all of the activities or points of interest in your neighborhood, or the neighborhood you’re looking to move to?

Devices could recycle radio waves instead of transmitting them with new ‘interscatter’ technique
08/19/2016
Devices could recycle radio waves instead of transmitting them with new ‘interscatter’ technique - Bonnie Kyte

Devices could recycle radio waves instead of transmitting them with new ‘interscatter’ technique

 If we’re ever to have things like smart contact lenses and permanent brain implants, one of the things we need to figure out is the power problem. Those devices need energy for collecting, processing and especially transmitting data — but that last one might not be a problem anymore, thanks to a ne...

The Fairfax market is changing. Check out what homes in your neighborhood are selling for today.
08/17/2016
Recent Home Sales

The Fairfax market is changing. Check out what homes in your neighborhood are selling for today.

Samsung will launch the Gear S3, its newest smartwatch, on August 31
08/16/2016
Samsung will launch the Gear S3, its newest smartwatch, on August 31 - Bonnie Kyte

Samsung will launch the Gear S3, its newest smartwatch, on August 31

 Samsung will introduce (yet) another smartwatch this month. The Korea-based giant teased a launch event at the IFA electronics show in Germany, the date to watch for is August 31 and, as the teaser above rather heavy-handily hints, this will be the Gear S3. Read More Tech Crunch – Gadgets

Do you know all of the activities or points of interest in your neighborhood, or the neighborhood you’re looking to mo...
08/13/2016
Local Points of Interest

Do you know all of the activities or points of interest in your neighborhood, or the neighborhood you’re looking to move to?

Uh-oh! Crowdfunded social robot Jibo won’t now ship internationally
08/12/2016
Uh-oh! Crowdfunded social robot Jibo won’t now ship internationally - Bonnie Kyte

Uh-oh! Crowdfunded social robot Jibo won’t now ship internationally

 Jibo, a cutesy social robot pitched to crowdfunders in mid 2014 as ‘the world’s first social robot’ but since delayed and yet to arrive in the market some nine months after its original due date, is now only going to ship to backers in the U.S. and Canada. Read More Tech Crunch – Gadgets

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