Due to the pandemic, the event of savings and purchase for months without interest will run from November 9 to 20.
Apple's much-anticipated iPhone 12 lineup will likely be announced on October 13. Here's what to expect.
There's a Samsung Galaxy A51 deal that saves you money and throws in some headphones - for both the 4G and 5G model.
Apple’s Pro XDR display made headlines for its unique design, high image quality, and the fact that it cost $5,000 without including a stand. Well, now Dell has one of those too – stand included. Wordily dubbed the UltraSharp 32 HDR PremierColor Monitor, the 4K 32-inch monitor packs the high-end performance you’d hope for five grand. Notably, the display uses mini-LED backlighting for two thousand backlighting zones, compared to the 576 zones in the Pro Display XDR. This, combined with 1,000 nits of peak brightness, should allow for contrast levels of 1,000,000:1 with HDR activated or 1,300:1 without using local… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple,Dell
(Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz) American Physical Society honors solid-state physicist Mathias Kläui of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz for his experimental work in the fields of nanomagnetism and spintronics
A security researcher claims to have figured out how to break the T2 security chip on modern Intel-based Macs using a pair of exploits developed to jailbreak older phones. Apple has not commented on these claims.What the research claims
The claim seems to be that because the T2 chip is based on the older A10 series Apple processor, it is possible to use two jailbreak tools (Checkm8 and Blackbird) to modify the behavior of T2, or even install malware to the chip.It’s not an easy hack: Not only must an attacker have local access to the Mac, but they must connect to the target Mac using a non-standard "debugging" USB-C cable and run a version of a jailbreaking software package during startup.To read this article in full, please click here
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If you’ve decided against paying for YouTube Music but have still found yourself using the service as a cloud locker for your uploaded tracks, you can now cast that content to devices and speakers around your home. Initially, only premium subscribers were able to cast — a restriction that angered some people after they made the switch from Google Play Music to YouTube Music.
As noted by Android Police, YouTube Music also now works better with Google Assistant when it comes to your personal playlists. You can request them by name when speaking to Assistant, and the right playlist will come on. Somehow that didn’t work before, and it’s odd that it took this long for Google to make two of its own services work better together.
The former vice president should be re-tested because it's been only 2 days since debating with the president, who was likely infectious at the time.
Comcast is upgrading its Xfinity mesh network system, with the second-generation xFi Pod promising more speed and wider WiFi coverage. Designed to plug into a spare outlet, the adapters can deliver up to 500 Mbps of bandwidth and now have two ethernet ports for wired devices. The first-generation xFi Pods launched back in 2018, as an easier way for those … Continue reading
The startup cites Arizona's current restrictions on events and mass gatherings due to the pandemic.
(University of Kansas) Project EARTH, a research project at the University of Kansas School of Engineering, will develop technology to separate and recycle HFC refrigerant mixtures. The work is supported by a four-year, $2 million grant from the NSF.
Trump made a disturbing number of incorrect claims about election integrity in Tuesday's debate. Here's how his claims compare to reality.
(University of California - Davis) Laboratory tests of surgical and N95 masks by researchers at UC Davis show that they do cut down the amount of aerosolized particles emitted during breathing, talking and coughing. Tests of homemade cloth face coverings, however, show that the fabric itself releases a large amount of fibers into the air, underscoring the importance of washing them. The work is published Sept. 24 in Scientific Reports.
For the first time since World War II, people in all parts of the world will be able to see the Oct. 31 display.