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Tuesday February 20, 2018. 08:59 PM
You don’t truly appreciate a Logitech mouse until you try a bad model from another brand. While some other companies make quality mice too, many models on the market are terrible. I will sometimes buy a cheap mouse from a lesser-known company on, say, Amazon.com, and I'll...
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The Internet Archive celebrated its 20th anniversary with a variety of special events and collections, including the cleverly named Military Industrial Powerpoint Complex, an archive of US military bureaucratic slide-decks that are as cringey as they are hideous. (more…)
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If you're using the default wireless router that your ISP provides, you might be dealing with coverage issues. Certain rooms in your house might drop your connection, or the speed might be terrible. So if you're ready to upgrade to a better wireless router that doesn't...
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Enlarge (credit: Spotify) Job listings recently posted by Spotify suggest that the company is close to launching one or more connected hardware products. Currently open job listings relevant to the company's hardware ambitions include Operations Manager – Hardware...
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As Italy heads into a national election in which mass inequality and food poverty have disrupted Italy's always-shaky political equilibrium, La Republica publishes its analysis (Google Translate) of the Twitter followers associated with each of Italy's political superstars...
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Samsung has announced a new 30TB SSD designed for businesses and individuals who need an absolutely enormous amount of storage and can afford to pay for it. The post Samsung Launches Unreal 30TB SSD Capable of Holding Anything You Own appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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Brian Fagioli, writing for BetaNews: Samsung says it is mass producing a solid state drive with monstrous capacity. The 'PM1643,' as it is called, offers an insane 30.72TB of storage space! This is achieved by using 32 x 1TB NAND flash. 'Samsung reached the new capacity and...
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Microsoft's Network Performance Monitor tool can now be used to keep tabs on ExpressRoute private cloud links.
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Microsoft's Network Performance Monitor tool can now be used to keep tabs on ExpressRoute private cloud links.
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Enlarge (credit: Scott Olson | Getty Images) Add Tesla to the legion of organizations that have been infected by cryptocurrency-mining malware. In a report published Tuesday, researchers at security firm RedLock said hackers accessed one of Tesla's Amazon cloud accounts and ...
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The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) is an important tool for scientists studying the red planet. That's why NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory took aggressive action last week when the satellite reported a malfunction. The post Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in Standby Mode...
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I’ve been wanting an Infinity Gauntlet ever since Thanos started getting pushed after Avengers. It looks so badass and can remake the universe. I managed to get access to a convention-only foam Infinity […] The post Hasbro’s Marvel Legends Infinity Gauntlet Looks Amazing...
    Geek - Feb 20, 08:15 PM
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A New York City resident was ordered to turn off his bitcoin miner after the Federal Communications Commission discovered that it was interfering with T-Mobile's wireless network. From a report: After receiving a complaint from T-Mobile about interference to its 700MHz LTE...
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Researchers at MIT and Harvard University just took another step toward IRL lightsabers. A paper published last week in the journal Science suggests that photons can indeed be made to interact—a breakthrough for […] The post MIT, Harvard Physicists Create New Form of Light ...
    Geek - Feb 20, 07:30 PM
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DAILY VIDEO: Qualcomm offers previews of its 5G chipsets and services; new Juniper switches and software smooth the enterprise's path to the cloud; Google introduces a new high-performance VM option for cloud customers; and there's more.
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DAILY VIDEO: Qualcomm offers previews of its 5G chipsets and services; new Juniper switches and software smooth the enterprise's path to the cloud; Google introduces a new high-performance VM option for cloud customers; and there's more.
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Researchers, alongside gamers, are becoming frustrated due to the hardware shortages.
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Bitcoin is probably a scam. If you disagree, that’s cool, but it’s your money. And, if you strike it big, you can tell me off. But, with that said, this market is definitely […] The post Steven Seagal’s Bitcoin Knock-off Sounds Sketchy as Hell appeared first on Geek.com.
    Geek - Feb 20, 07:07 PM
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On the surface, it makes sense that automation will take IT professionals' jobs, but it's quite the contrary. Here's how IT pros can adapt to an automated future.
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On the surface, it makes sense that automation will take IT professionals' jobs, but it's quite the contrary. Here's how IT pros can adapt to an automated future.
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