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Bring Some Flair To Your Desk With up To 32% off a Divoom Customizable Pixel Art Speaker

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Tags: Amazon, Science, Technology, Bluetooth, Wireless, Pixel, Google Pixel, Telecommunications Engineering, Technology Internet, Divoom Tivoo Max Bluetooth LED, AmazonDivoom Tivoo Max Bluetooth LED Speaker Black

Bye Bye iMac Pro. It’s Been Good Knowing Ya

Apple is discontinuing the iMac Pro and will sell the ones it has left “while supplies last,” according to a new message added to the desktop’s product page Friday. Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Steve Jobs, Intel, Macintosh, Computers, iMac, Apple Inc, Imac G3, Mac Pro, EMAC, Imac Pro, Macintosh Computers, Technology Internet, Imac G4

Stop Letting Google Get Away With It

After spending more than a decade building up massive profits off targeted advertising, Google on Wednesday that it’s planning to do away with any sort of individual tracking and targeting once the cookie is out of the picture. Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Privacy, Marketing, Web Browsers, Software, Tracking, World Wide Web, Targeted Advertising, Online Advertising, Alphabet Inc, Internet Privacy, David Temkin, Http Cookie, Internet Search Engines, Technology Internet

Are You Happy Now, You Jackals?

You whined and you complained and you moaned. And no, you’re not getting your “Edit Tweet” button, but Twitter is testing something nearly as good. Will it make you happy?Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Science, Technology, Software, Jack Dorsey, Operating Systems, Real Time Web, Text Messaging, UNDO, South of Market San Francisco, Facebook Like Button, Jane Manchun Wong, Technology Internet

The Best Home Security Cameras, According To Our Readers

Cameras aren’t just useful for finding intruders; they can help us keep an eye on the kids during work or make sure your dog isn’t getting into trouble behind your back. In an age where we’re stuck at home, we wanted to know the systems that they were using to keep track of their domain. Earlier this week, we asked…Read more...
Tags: Security, Video, Technology, Microsoft, Articles, Intel, Surveillance, Camera, Lifehacks, Ring, Digital Camera, IP Camera, Crime Prevention, Anke, Closed Circuit Television, Technology Internet

How to Back Up iCloud Photos and Videos to Google

We’ve talked a lot lately about leaving Google Photos for other services, mainly because it’s been a bit of a shock to watch this super-useful free storage service turn subscription (once you hit your storage cap of 15GB across all Google services). Such is the way of things, though. And if you still prefer Google’s…Read more...
Tags: Ios, Google, Software, Computing, Lifehacks, Icloud, Apple Id, Google Photos, Webmail, Apple Inc, Apple Photos, Human Interest, Cloud Applications, MMV, Google Services, Data Synchronization

Qualcomm’s Looking to Fix Wireless Audio with Snapdragon Sound

As the industry continues to transition to wireless audio, Qualcomm has a plan to make the audio quality on Bluetooth headphones sound a little more like the sound you hear on wired ones.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Xiaomi, Qualcomm, Audio Technica, Qualcomm Snapdragon, James Chapman, Pixel 2, Gesture Recognition, Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S, Arm Architecture, Technology Internet

Samsung and Mastercard Are Teaming Up On a Biometric Credit Card

Samsung and Mastercard are officially teaming up on a credit card with a built-in fingerprint scanner, Samsung announced on Thursday. These so-called “biometric cards” will come baked in with a “several key discrete chips” from Samsung’s side, and are planned to be compatible with any point of sale (POS) terminal, or…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Google, Science, Money, Samsung, Social Issues, Mobile Payments, Apple Pay, Online Payments, Mastercard, Contactless Payment, Surfaces, Cashless Society, Smart Card, Ubiquitous Computing, Google Pay

Record and Share Your Best Mobile Gaming Clips With GameOn

Despite the rising popularity of mobile gaming, it’s a lot harder to record or stream your smartphone games than your console games. To help bridge that gap, Amazon launched GameOn, a YouTube-like social media platform and video app for mobile gaming. Users can watch and follow content creators in the app, or use it…
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Software, Computing, Clips, Lifehacks, Twitch, Mobile App, Video Editing Software, Gameon, Mario Kart Tour, Universal Windows Platform Apps, Technology Internet, Gameon A Youtube Like Social Media Platform

This LG 4K Gaming Monitor Is Beautiful and Fast as Hell, but It's Got Issues

It’s hard to call an $800 gaming monitor “reasonably” priced—even one that looks good and delivers on its promises of “overwhelming speed.” So let’s just say the LG UltraGear 27GN950 is less unreasonably priced than some of the competitors in its spec range.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Electronics, Nvidia, Amd, Lg, Hdmi, FreeSync, Displayport, Video Electronics Standards Association, Computer Monitor, Backlight, 4K resolution, IPS Panel, 27GN950, Computer Peripherals

How to Get an Amazon Echo to Tell You a Room's Temperature

Little thermometers you can buy and hang anywhere are fairly cheap, but there’s no need to get one if you own an Amazon Echo. That is, if you own one of two kinds of Echos: a fourth-generation Echo or a second-generation Echo Plus. Both of these have temperature sensors built into the smart speakers; you just have to…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Echo, Technology, Telecommunications, Computing, Lifehacks, Amazon Echo, Alexa, Amazon Alexa, Smart Speakers, Technology Internet

Apple's App Store Faces New Antitrust Investigation in UK

Regulators in the UK have launched a new antitrust investigation into Apple’s App Store, according to an announcement from Britain’s Competition and Market’s Authority on Thursday. And if the details sound similar to the European Union’s antitrust probes, that’s no accident.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, UK, Science, Technology, European Union, Companies, Itunes, Britain, Computing, App Store, Cma, Apple Inc, Big Tech, Andrea Coscelli

Report: New Nintendo Switch With 4K Output, OLED Screen Will Release Before Christmas

Last year, Bloomberg reported that a new model of the Nintendo Switch would be out sometime in 2021. Today, they’re reporting some more specific details, like the size of the screen and some 4K news.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Samsung, Bloomberg, Computing, Nintendo, Oled, Nintendo Switch, Display technology, 4K resolution, Ultra High Definition Television, Video Game Consoles, Handheld Game Consoles, Handheld Game Console, Technology Internet, Eighth Generation Of Video Game Consoles

Apple's New Service Helps You Transfer Your Pics and Videos From iCloud to Google Photos

For anyone who feels like they’ve been held hostage by iCloud’s 5GB of free storage or just wants to try out a different photo storage app, this week Apple launched a new service designed to make it way easier to transfer photos and videos stored in iCloud over to Google Photos. Read more...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Google, Science, Software, Computing, Icloud, Apple Id, Pages, Google Photos, Webmail, Epic Games, Apple Photos, Cloud Applications, Application Software, Data Synchronization

Polaroid Made a Pen That Lets You Draw Pieces of Candy

There are 3D-printing pens that let prolific doodlers turn their drawings into three-dimensional sculptures, but all users are really left with is a piece of art. Polaroid’s taking 3D-printing pens one step further by replacing extruded plastic with melted candy so that when your masterpiece is complete, you can eat…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Articles, Industrial Design, 3d Printing, Candy, Pens, Polaroid, 3d Modeling, 3doodler, Ballpoint Pen, Emerging Technologies, Industrial Processes, Economic Sectors, Technology Internet

12 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Google Chrome

Even if you’ve been using Google Chrome since it first rolled out back in 2008, the browser is capable of some tricks you may have not discovered yet. Google adds new features on a regular basis, while older features get lost and forgotten about if you’re not using them every day. Here are 12 things you might not…Read more...
Tags: Chrome, Google Chrome, Google, Science, Web Browsers, Software, Netflix, Chrome Os, Freeware, Tab, Cloud Clients, Portable Software, Gnome Web, Technology Internet, Google Chrome Version History, Blisk

There's Finally a Good Color E Ink Tablet For Comic Books

Just six months after the first e-readers featuring E Ink’s color electronic paper technology arrived, the next generation of devices is already here with upgraded color screens. The improvements E Ink has made are minor, but the new PocketBook InkPad Color has a larger screen that offers a much improved reading…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Ipad, Science, Technology, Kindle, Tablet Computers, Paper, E Ink, Foxconn, Electronic Paper, E Reader, Display technology, PocketBook International, Linux Based Devices, E Book, Technology Internet

Mesh Is Microsoft’s Vision for Sending Your Hologram Back to the Office

Today at Microsoft’s annual Ignite conference, the tech giant revealed a bold glimpse at the future of digital collaboration with Mesh, a new mixed reality experience set to shape how people work and socialize online.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Microsoft, Azure, Computing, Virtual Reality, Windows 10, Augmented Reality, Mesh, Altspacevr, Immersion, Microsoft Hardware, Mixed Reality, Niantic, Microsoft Hololens, Alex Kipman

Cloud Gaming's Missing Piece Is 5G

When my brother and I were kids, our family took a lot of road trips. We loved the end destinations, but getting there was a major drag. We had Game Boy Colors and other handhelds, but we had already played the games we owned way too many times. Consoles and desktop PCs aren’t exactly portable, so we often got bored…Read more...
Tags: Google, Internet Of Things, Science, Technology, Microsoft, Cloud Computing, Netflix, Comcast, Telecommunications, Deutsche Telekom, Nvidia, Att, Verizon Communications, Science and Technology, Mobile telecommunications, 5g

Apple Hearing Study Finds 1 in 5 Participants Experienced Hearing Loss

Apple introduced the ability to track your noise level exposure on the Apple Watch back in 2019. The company also launched three clinical research studies alongside that feature, including one to examine hearing health. Now, a little over a year later, Apple’s sharing some preliminary results in time for World Hearing…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Science, Hearing Loss, Sound, Noise Pollution, Acoustics, Occupational Safety and Health, Tinnitus, Hearing Aid, Health Sciences, Rick Neitzel, Audiology, Medical Specialties, Classical Mechanics

Don't Let Google Scare You Into Paying for Google Photos

Google Photos is going away soon—or at least, the useful free service we used to store years’ worth of photographs is finally getting hit with a storage limit. Go beyond that, and you’ll have to pay to store your photos. That’s not great, but what’s almost as annoying are the scare tactics Google is using to convince…Read more...
Tags: Google, Technology, Computing, Lifehacks, Google Photos, World Wide Web, Image Processing, Forbes, Alphabet Inc, Cross Platform Software, Technology Internet, Paul Monckton, Image Resolution

Samsung Is Making MicroLED TV Sizes That Are More Practical for Us Commoners

Samsung’s consumer-friendly version of its larger-than-life The Wall display will eventually be available in a more reasonable 76-inch version—you know, for those of us whose homes can’t actually accommodate 110-inch televisions.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Technology, Samsung, Amd, Samsung Electronics, Odyssey, Science and Technology, Digital Imaging, Light Emitting Diodes, Information and Communications Technology, Display technology, Ultra High Definition Television, microLED, Television Technology, 8k Resolution

Sony Is Killing On-Demand Video in the Playstation Store as Streaming Takes Over

The streaming video business is booming, and while that makes it easier to access tons of content, for some companies like Sony, it makes it less attractive to manage digital storefronts, so at the end of August, Sony is disabling the ability to buy on-demand videos in the PlayStation Store.Read more...
Tags: Google, Hbo, Science, Apple TV, Netflix, Playstation, Sony, Video On Demand, Vanessa Lee, Video Game Consoles, Home video game consoles, Technology Internet, Playstation Vita System Software, Playstation 4 System Software

Someone Made a Fully Playable Game of Pong Inside a macOS Icon

Apple has always pushed its hardware as tools for creative types—not toys for gamers—but that hasn’t stopped creative developers from turning Macs into unique gaming machines, like putting Lemmings on the Touch Bar, and now putting an icon-sized playable version of Pong in the dock.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Software, Icon, Github, Pong, Next, Finder, Dock, Chris Jones, Pointer, macOS, Touch Bar, Taskbar, System Software, Technology Internet

A 1990s iMac Processor Powers NASA’s Perseverance Rover

As we watched NASA put a rover on Mars last month, it definitely seemed like the agency had to be using some sort of high-tech processor in its machine. Surely the rover is built on something much more powerful than the components in devices us civilians use, right? But while NASA is technically using a specialized…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Intel, Nasa, Macintosh, Computers, Computing, Mars, iMac, Bae Systems, M1, Matt Lemke, Computer Architecture, James LaRosa, PowerPc, M1 Processor

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