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Published: Wed, 28 Sep 2016 14:06:14 -0700

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26% off American Red Cross Blackout Buddy, The Emergency Nightlight - Deal Alert

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 13:51:00 -0700

Just leave the slim and trim Blackout Buddy in your wall socket and you’ll never be in the dark. It automatically turns on when the power goes out so that you can easily locate it. Then, fold away the prongs and you've got yourself a flashlight. A very bright idea from the American Red Cross. Flip a switch and the Blackout Buddy also doubles as an LED nightlight, so you can keep your kids' rooms, hallways, or kitchen always illuminated. The Blackout Buddy keeps itself charged and provides up to 4 hours of light when needed. It averages 4.5 out of 5 stars from over 1,300 people on Amazon (read reviews). Its typical list price of $17.50 has been reduced 26% to just $13.01.

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The 10 most dangerous cyber celebrities of 2016

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 12:24:00 -0700

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Intel has reeled off the 10th annual McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrities list based on likelihood of getting hit with a virus or malware when searching on the celebs’ names. “Consumers today remain fascinated with celebrity culture and go online to find the latest pop culture news,” said Gary Davis, chief consumer security evangelist at Intel Security. “With this craving for real-time information, many search and click without considering potential security risks.” Last year, DJ Armin van Buuren was #1.

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AMD has its eyes on Las Vegas with Polaris GPUs

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 12:18:47 -0700

AMD wants its new Polaris GPUs to dazzle gamblers in Las Vegas using electronic devices.

Qualcomm, meanwhile, wants its embedded Snapdragon chips to be installed in robots, drones, and smart devices used in homes and for commercial applications.

For both chipmakers, the internet of things market is becoming too big to ignore. The companies this week announced CPUs and GPUs adapted from PCs and mobile devices for use in IoT devices.

AMD adapted its Polaris GPU architecture, which is used in discrete GPUs and PC chips, for the IoT sector. Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 600E and 410E are compact chips originating from the company's mobile processor designs.

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Microsoft morphs Office 365 UI into Windows Mobile Start menu clone

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 12:00:00 -0700

Microsoft today outlined a new Windows 10-like interface for corporate users of Office 365, the software-by-subscription program.

The new look will reach employees of firms that have registered with the Office 365 First Release track later this month. Others will begin to get the changed user interface (UI) in October as Microsoft rolls it out in stages.

"We're announcing a new version of the Office 365 App Launcher, which will provide improved discoverability to new and recently-used apps, additional customization options and search across all the services and applications you use in the Microsoft Cloud," Microsoft said in a post to a company blog Wednesday.

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How to change the home screen launcher on Android

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 11:42:00 -0700

Personalization is at the heart of Android. You’re not stuck with the same grid of app icons that came with your phone or tablet.

Changing up your home screen launcher is a relatively simple method to customize the appearance and performance of your phone, and there are many good choices. It allows you to change how app icons look, where you can put widgets, and the functions and features of your home screen. 

Change your launcher

Head to Settings > App > Configure apps > app permissions. Truthfully it’s far faster to just launch the settings and search for “home.” Also, keep in mind the location for this setting may vary based on your device.

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25% off Fizzics Revolutionary Beer System - Deal Alert

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 11:36:00 -0700

Crowdfunded on Indiegogo, the revolutionary Fizzics System improves the flavor and taste of ordinary canned, bottled and growler beer (accommodates up to a full 64oz growler). Fizzics technology enhances the carbonation and aroma of beer while providing a smooth, creamy, full-body flavor and taste without the use of additives or chemicals. The device enhances the flavor and taste of all beer styles, including IPAs, Pilsners, Brown Ales, Stouts, Porters, Lagers, and more. It promises to deliver fresh from the tap taste, anytime, anywhere. The Fizzics beer system averages 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon (read reviews) and its typical list price of $200 is currently reduced 25% to $150. Learn more about the Fizzics system, or buy it now, on Amazon.

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Google Maps highlights foodie photos and your upcoming places in the latest beta update

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 10:17:00 -0700

Even if a restaurant has an adventurous menu and a bustling crowd, you’re not guaranteed it will satisfy your taste buds.

Sometimes you just need to see how the food looks, as it can be deciding factor between trying it out or heading for the nearest fast food joint. 

The latest beta of Google Maps solves this for you, putting all those foodie uploads in an easy-to-find spot. You’ll see a prominent From the menu section that takes you into a slideshow of tastiness.

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Food pictures can let you know whether it’s worth trying out this restaurant or moving on to somewhere else. 

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Nvidia teases Volta GPU in next-gen Xavier self-driving car computer

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 10:17:00 -0700

Nvidia’s current Pascal GPUs are generating a lot of enthusiasm, but there’s even more to be excited about with their successor, the Volta GPU architecture, on its way next year.

Nvidia unveiled Volta in a new Xavier supercomputer chip designed for self-driving cars. The small surprise came Wednesday at the company’s GPU Technology Conference in Amsterdam.

Xavier provides unprecedented computing horsepower, allowing cars to recognize images, analyze on-road situations, and take action. Much of the processing will happen on an integrated 512-core Volta GPU.

Xavier will power the successor to Nvidia’s current self-driving car computer, called Drive PX 2.

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Meet Apache Spot, a new open source project for cybersecurity

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 09:41:12 -0700

Hard on the heels of the discovery of the largest known data breach in history, Cloudera and Intel on Wednesday announced that they've donated a new open source project to the Apache Software Foundation with a focus on using big data analytics and machine learning for cybersecurity.

Originally created by Intel and launched as the Open Network Insight (ONI) project in February, the effort is now called Apache Spot and has been accepted into the ASF Incubator.

"The idea is, let's create a common data model that any application developer can take advantage of to bring new analytic capabilities to bear on cybersecurity problems," Mike Olson, Cloudera co-founder and chief strategy officer, told an audience at the Strata+Hadoop World show in New York. "This is a big deal, and could have a huge impact around the world."

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Stop HTML5 autoplay videos in Chrome, Firefox, Opera (but not Edge, Explorer, Safari)

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 09:32:00 -0700

Allan H was having issues with videos autoplaying in his browser (imagine that!), and read the previous article on this topic written by my esteemed colleague. Unfortunately, the links provided for Chrome in the article are no longer working, so I decided to update his article and address a few other browsers too.

The backstory here is that most of today’s browsers ship with the capability to natively block Adobe Flash-based videos. Unfortunately, many websites are now using HTML5 to display ads, videos, and other types of content that will play regardless of your Flash settings. Often they’ll start automatically when the page loads. 

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Wasteland 3 heads to a crowdfunding campaign, and the snowy wastes of Colorado

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 09:00:00 -0700

The crowdfunding era seems just about over, at least so far as video games are concerned. But every once in a while…

Well, InXile announced today it’s seeking funds for a Wasteland 3, courtesy of Fig—the games-centric crowdfunding site InXile’s Brian Fargo sits on the board of. The goal is $2.75 million and the campaign starts October 5. No word yet on when it ends, though I imagine somewhere in the traditional 30-days range.

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Save 30% on Bowers & Wilkins P5 Mobile Headphones By Going Recertified - Deal Alert

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 08:56:00 -0700

In leading recording studios around the world, music that will soon be heard everywhere is first heard through Bowers & Wilkins loudspeakers. With these P5 mobile hi-fi headphones, the sound you hear is completely natural – as close to the sound of the original recording as they can possibly take you. There are no gimmicky effects like exaggerated bass or artificially enhanced treble, which become tiring with extended listening. A closed-back design with rigid metal faceplates and sealed earpads ensures that all the detail and dynamic range of your music is kept intact, while preserving just enough ambient sound to give you a sense of place. Perfect for listening to music on the go, P5's high-quality sound and luxury materials are supported by smart design and user-friendly features. The P5s average 4 out of 5 stars from over 280 people on Amazon (read reviews). Their typical list price is $241.53, but if you buy them recertified you save 30% and get them for just $167.99. B&W recertified products have been tested and updated to ensure they meet Bowers & Wilkins high quality standards, and all recertified products come with a two-year warranty. See the recertified P5s now on Amazon.

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Google Pixel image leaked, revealing new home screen and rounded icons

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 08:02:00 -0700

Updated 9/28/16: Added a render of the Pixel XL.

Here’s your best look so far at the Google Pixel.

At Venturebeat, Evan Blass of @evleaks fame procured what is says is an official render of Google’s next smartphone, which is widely expected to be unveiled at an Oct. 4 event in San Francisco. 

The Pixel will be the smaller of a pair of phones, with the larger dubbed the Pixel XL. Google is leaving behind the Nexus line and marketing the phones as designed and built entirely by the company, according to this report and numerous other leaks.

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Amazon's faster new Fire TV Stick comes with an Alexa-enabled voice remote

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 08:01:00 -0700


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PSA: Windows 10's Anniversary Update reactivates ads you've already disabled

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 07:21:00 -0700

Last night, I finally upgraded my main PC to Windows 10’s major Anniversary Update. I’d been putting it off because of the devastating webcam bug introduced in the Anniversary Update—a deal-breaker for me—but now that a registry hack remedy’s surfaced ahead of an official fix, the allure of Forza Horizon 3 proved too great. So I finally forced the update. Sure, having to practically reinstall your entire OS is a headache, and it rendered my file-packed PC unusable for hours, but the process went smoothly enough.

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ATF Blackbird VX-2SSD USB 3.1 review: Internal SATA speed at the end of a wire

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 07:00:00 -0700

There are times when adding additional drives to your laptop or PC just isn’t an option. That doesn’t mean you have to make due with less storage, or even compromised performance from an external solution, as Atech Flash’s Blackbird VX-2SSD proves. This dual-bay, 2.5-inch, external USB 3.1 enclosure lets SATA drives perform as quickly at the end of a cable as they would inside your computer. Kind of liberating, if you think about it. Of course, that’s assuming your laptop or PC has 2nd-generation, 10Mbps USB 3.1 on board. If your PC doesn’t have it, you can add it easily enough with a $35 PCIe card. If your laptop lacks it, you’ll have to live with 5Mbps USB 3.x. 

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BlackBerry stops making hardware, but BlackBerry phones live on

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 06:23:00 -0700

BlackBerry is getting out of the hardware business, but this isn’t the end of BlackBerry phones—or at least not yet.

As part of its quarterly earnings report on Tuesday, the company announced that it would soon end all hardware development. Instead, BlackBerry phone production and design will be outsourced to third parties.

“We are focusing on software development, including security and applications. The company plans to end all internal hardware development and will outsource that function to partners,” BlackBerry CEO John Chen said in a written statement.

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The Orange Pi dev board will let you create Wi-Fi-powered gadgets for just $10

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 06:01:00 -0700

If you want to fashion a smart gadget, robot, or drone with wireless capabilities on the cheap, a $9.99 development board from Orange Pi will help you reach that goal.

The Orange Pi i96 shouldn’t be confused with the $35 Raspberry Pi 3, which is much more powerful and can be a full-fledged Linux PC. The smaller Orange Pi has limited horsepower and is targeted at smart gadgets, drones, and internet of things devices.

If you want to create a gadget to show off at a Maker Faire event, the Orange Pi i96 is the kind of board you’ll rely on. The board was first announced at the Linaro Connect conference, happening this week in Las Vegas.

For its price and target market, the Orange Pi has features not found on competitive boards. It includes Wi-Fi, 4GB of flash storage, and 2GB of RAM. It also has a micro-SD slot, a micro-USB connection, and includes the Linux-based Ubuntu OS.

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10 utterly wonderful technologies you shouldn't buy yet

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 05:38:00 -0700

Worth the wait
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Technology marches ever onward, becoming smaller, more powerful, and more revolutionary by the day. It’s all too easy to succumb to the madness as we’re deluged with daily tech news and tantalizing promises. Octa-deca-mega core processors! Cutting-edge displays you have to see to believe! Tech that makes everything from your coffee pot to your doorbell smart!

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How to create a secure and hidden folder on your Android phone

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 04:00:00 -0700

Your phone isn’t always your own. There’s going to be that time when you hand it to a child so they can watch Peppa Pig for the 787th time, or your spouse wants to show friends vacation trips.

Once it’s unlocked, anything on there is fair game for someone who lets their curiosity get the best of them. But you can make sure that photos, videos, or other files that you’d rather stay private are kept under a digital lock and key. There are several apps that do this, placing a secure folder on your home screen that only you can get to. It’s the easiest way to ensure that certain things you want to be private remain so.

After trying out several options, I landed on three good choices that might help you avoid some embarrassing moments or just give you peace of mind when the family is handing your phone around the table at the next family gathering.

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Mozilla is stopping all commercial development on Firefox OS

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 04:00:00 -0700


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Plat.One acquisition marks start of $2B IoT investment plan for SAP

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 03:10:00 -0700

SAP has bought IoT software developer Plat.One, marking the start of a plan to invest US$2 billion in the internet of things over the next five years.

Some of those billions will be spent on the creation of IoT development labs around the world, SAP said Wednesday. It already has plans for such labs in Berlin, Johannesburg, Munich, Palo Alto, Shanghai and São Leopoldo in Brazil. 

The company is also rolling out a series of "jump-start" and "accelerator" IoT software packages for particular industries, to help them monitor and control equipment.

Another compoent of SAP's IoT plan is to acquire new businesses, the latest of which is Plat.One. This company makes a platform that helps smart devices talk to one another and with a central database, translating between the different protocols they use to communicate. Plat.One says it manages 200,000 devices for 25 enterprise customers, including three telecommunications companies: BT, T-Systems and Telecom Italia.

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Best Bluetooth speakers

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 03:00:00 -0700

There was a time when Bluetooth speakers were like jelly beans: They were cheap, they all looked the same, and they were invariably of dubious quality. Times have changed. Every major audio manufacturer has at least one model on the market today, and most have several. If you haven’t listened to a Bluetooth speaker lately, you’re in for a very pleasant surprise.

But the industry’s progress doesn’t mean that every Bluetooth speaker justifies its price tag, no matter how inexpensive it might be. There’s still plenty of dreck floating around. Don’t worry, we’re here to help you steer clear of the junk and point you to the best speakers at the price range that fits your budget. To that end, we’ve picked the best Bluetooth speakers in four broad price ranges: budget, mid-range, high-end, and—yes, there are ultra-high-end Bluetooth speakers—price is no object.

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How AMD's powerful Zen chip flouts the SoC stereotype

Wed, 28 Sep 2016 03:00:00 -0700

The hype is building around AMD’s upcoming Zen chip (due at the end of 2016), but if you’re calling it a CPU, you’re off-track.

That’s because the first iteration of the company’s new microarchitecture, code-named Summit Ridge, is actually an SoC, or System on Chip.

Confused? That’s understandable, says Kevin Krewell, principal analyst with Tirias Research.

“The definition of System on (a) Chip is not clear,” Krewell says. “First, the definition of ‘system’ is contextual—if it’s a smartphone it needs to have a CPU, GPU, modem, DRAM controller, and other support logic. In the case of a server system, the system would not include a GPU or modem.”

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Oracle denied new trial in copyright dispute with Google over Java

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 22:46:29 -0700

A federal court in California has denied Oracle another trial in its long-standing copyright infringement dispute with Google over the use of Java code in the Android operating system.

A jury had cleared Google of copyright infringement in May this year, upholding the company’s stand that its use of 37 Java APIs (application programming interfaces) in its Android mobile operating system was fair use, thus denying Oracle up to US$9 billion in damages that it was seeking.

A number of developers and scientists  backed Google saying that APIs, which are the specifications that let programs communicate with each other, were not copyrightable and any bid to change that would stifle innovation. The administration of President Barack Obama had in its opinion sided with Oracle and said that the APIs are copyrightable like other computer code.

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Best home security camera: Our favorite tools for keeping an eye on the home front

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 16:24:00 -0700

Last updated September 27, 2016 to add our Nest Labs' Nest Cam Outdoor review.

Rent or own, we all want to know our homes are secure while we’re gone. That used to mean signing on with a professional—and pricey—security service like ADT. But the boom in wireless security cameras is putting home surveillance into our own hands>

These close cousins of webcams require minimal installation and offer flexible setups and a range of security features. Indeed, the offers vary widely by camera, and navigating them all gets more daunting as this category grows ever more crowded. To help you find the best security camera for your needs, we’ve outlined the key features to consider and tested six of the newest, most high-profile models.

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Ultimate Ears Megaboom Bluetooth speaker review: Built to be the life of the party

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 14:31:00 -0700

Ultimate Ears slammed down the gauntlet with its Megaboom portable Bluetooth speaker. This loud-and-proud, thoroughly weatherized speaker produces enough sound to fill the average backyard, and it comes with a richly featured app that will make it the life of any party.

A pair of 2.0-inch full-range drivers and dual 2.0 x 4.0-inch passive radiators in a cylindrical enclosure create a near 360-degree sound field. The 1.93-pound speaker comes with a plastic carrying case that makes it easy to take just about anywhere, and its built-in rechargeable battery is rated to last up to 20 hours.

Large plus and minus buttons on the the Megaboom’s face let you raise or lower in the volume manually. Its cap ends are rubberized, with the top end carrying the unit’s power and Bluetooth-pairing buttons.

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Discounts on New Amazon Echo Dot (2nd Gen) Bundles - Deal Alert

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 14:22:00 -0700


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10% off SAP Crystal Reports 2016, Through Friday Only - Deal Alert

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 14:05:00 -0700

SAP Crystal Reports software is the de facto in reporting, and it's currently discounted 10%, through Friday, if you use the code CRYSTAL10 at checkout. With SAP Crystal Reports you can create powerful, richly formatted, dynamic reports from virtually any data source – delivered in dozens of formats, in up to 24 languages. A robust production reporting tool, SAP Crystal Reports turns almost any data source into interactive, actionable information that can be accessed offline or online, from applications, portals and mobile devices.

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Mediatek's developer board features a 10-core chip and Android 6.0

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 11:57:00 -0700

Like PCs, developer boards like Raspberry Pi are getting more horsepower to run faster applications and 4K graphics.

Take the Mediatek X20 Development Board, which started shipping for US$199 this week. It is crammed with the latest mobile chips that give the developer board PC-like computing power.

It has a 10-core Mediatek X20 chip, which is being used in new mobile devices from companies like Meizu and LeEco. The board comes with Android 6.0, and it's not yet known if it will be upgraded to Android 7.0.

There still isn't much need for 10 CPU cores in smartphones or tablets, but the developer board could put the chip to good use. Quad core chips are considered powerful enough for handsets.

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