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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Ring Beams Security Lights Confirmed By FCC Filings Ahead Of Likely CES 2019 Debut

    Ring is looking to… ring in the new year with a couple of new home security-focused devices that leverage its acquisition of Mr. Beams. Ring, which is owned by Amazon, purchased Mr. Beams in January 2018 and vowed to integrate its smart home lighting products into its own portfolio. The first products to...
  • Tesla Model 3 Base Price Falls To $44,000 As Federal Tax Credit Phaseout Begins

    When Elon Musk first announced the mainstream Model 3 electric vehicle from Tesla in mid-2016, he proclaimed that the vehicle would have a base price of $35,000. However, as is often the case with Tesla product launches, the company has instead pushed pricier trim levels and has yet to actually release its promised...
  • US Seeks Restrictions On AI Exports To Bolster National Security

    One of the hottest trends in technology right now is artificial intelligence. It's not a new tech, by any means, but it's being applied to numerous different product and service segments, everything from self-driving cars and healthcare, to smartphones and graphics cards. As a matter of national security, US officials...
  • WatchGuard Firebox M670 review: Dazzling value

    Stepping in at the top of WatchGuard's family of mid-range security appliances, the Firebox M670 delivers an impressively high performance at a low price. Targeting medium-sized businesses and distributed enterprises, the M670 boasts a raw firewall throughput of 34Gb/sec, dropping to 5.4Gb/sec with all security engines fired up. This 1U...
  • Windows 10 Reportedly Slips Past Windows 7 In Latest OS Market Share Analysis

    During its Build conference last year, Microsoft bragged that Windows 10 had reached over 700 million active devices, an impressive milestone though still short of the elusive (so far) 1 billion devices goal. At the time, Windows 10 still trailed Windows 7 in terms of market share. Well, not anymore...
  • GeForce RTX 2060 Retail Packaging Leaks Days Prior To CES 2019 Launch

    All signs are pointing towards a CES 2019 launch for NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2060 gaming GPU. We've seen leaked branding, pricing, and performance figures for the GPU, and now we're seeing retail packaging from Colorful for one of its upcoming products. What we see here is the Colorful iGame GeForce RTX 2060 Ultra...
  • Even Netflix Is Done Paying The Apple Tax As It Kills Support For iTunes Billing

    For about the past three years, Netflix has allowed iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV owners to pay for a streaming subscription through iTunes as a matter of convenience. Now, however, that is no longer an option for new users. While existing subscribers who already pay for Netflix through iTunes may...
  • AMD Ryzen 9 3800X Zen 2 16-Core 32-Thread CPU Outed In Specs Leak

    Rumor has it AMD plans to kick off 2019 with a bang. The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is right around the corner, and that's where AMD will reportedly unveil several Zen 2 processors, including a monster processor with 16 cores and 32 threads that is not...
  • Meditations May Be The Most Brilliant Idea For Daily Gamers In 2019

    If the thought of playing a small and very short new game each day piques your interest, Mediations my be a platform that will interest you. The person behind the idea is Rami Ismail, and the whole concept behind Meditations came to him in late 2017 when he found a...
  • The firm whose staff are all autistic

    Peter, Evan and Brian work at a small technology firm based by the beach in Santa Monica, testing software and fixing bugs. On first inspection it seems like any other Los Angeles-based company, with tasteful art on the white walls and calm-inducing diffusers dotted about. Peter describes the working atmosphere...

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