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With the massive uptick in people working from home due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines in place, the load on ourbroadband infrastructurehas skyrocketed. Here are some tips mostly free to maximize and optimize your Wi-Fi and broadband performance so that you can get work done more... Read more...
Our homes are increasingly becoming "smarter" with deices likesmart speakers, connected light switches, and security cameras that can monitor every inch of your premises. Arlo is looking to give customers a little more piece of mind with home (and package) security with the release of the Arlo Video Doorbell. The... Read more...
Most of the attention on NVIDIA's graphics development has been paid to its desktop lineup, with the recent launch of the GeForce RTX series built around the company's Turing GPU architecture. What about mobile? Well, NVIDIA might be prepping a new, lower-end discrete GPU for laptops, assuming a data sheet on HP's... Read more...
Google is no stranger to the Raspberry Pi platform, as witnessed by its Artificial Intelligence Yourself (AIY) Projects initiative. Today, the company is launching a new product under the AIY umbrella that is called the Vision Kit. The AIY Vision Kit includes a VisionBonnet circuit board, RGB button, piezo speaker... Read more...
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has grown to be the leading player in on-demand cloud computing across the internet, and provides a sizable stream of revenue for the retail giant. AWS has a number of premier clients for its services includingGoogleand even Comcast. However, AWS is furthering its reach into the lucrative... Read more...
Microsoft Edge is far from the most popular web browser on the market, but it does take top honors in at least one category: blocking malware. NSS Labs conducted tests in which it measured how effective today's leading browsers are at protecting users from socially engineered malware (SEM) and garden variety phishing... Read more...
iRobot might not be a familiar name to you, but surely you have heard of the companys Roomba robot vacuums (and the parodies that go along with it). The autonomous vacuum cleaners are capable of navigating rooms in your house, avoid obstacles and clean both hardwoods floors and carpet without you even lifting a... Read more...
I've said this a million times before, but let us make it a million and onethere are no mulligans on the Internet. None. Zip. Zilch. If you post something that you did not mean to post and it has any kind of importance, it does not matter how quickly you delete it, someone on the web saw it, screen captured it, and... Read more...
If you live in the United Kingdom and regularly use search engines like Google and Bing to easily search for pirated wares, you might want to find another method to fuel your madness. Both Microsoft and Google have signed a pact in the UK that would in essence demote pirated content from search results. The purpose... Read more...
Despite all the effort Microsoft is expending in getting Internet users to try out and stick with its Edge browser, Chrome continues to the popular choice. Even worse for Microsoft, Chrome's popularity is growingit now accounts for more than half of all desktop browser usage and has nearly double the market share of... Read more...
Microsoft is looking to up its game in the mobile search engine market a bit with a redesigned mobile homepage for Bing search. The new mobile homepage will be available to both Android and iOS users and includes a handful of new features to satisfy existing search customers and draw in new users. The first of... Read more...
Google Glass debuted in 2012 and quickly became the must have tech item for alpha geeks.Over the past two years, the wearable device has been praised for its forward-thinking functionality, but has also come under scrutiny not only for its high price tag and its tendency to turn users into glassholes. Now, the company is prepping a Read more...
Google is again the target of a controversial measure in the European Union as its parliament draws up a draft motion to separate the company's search engine business from its other operations, which it proposes is one possible solution to Google's dominance. The draft motion is backed by the European People's Party... Read more...
The age-old business model on the web is to use ads in order to deliver free content. It's not a bad exchange, save for those obnoxious advertisements that flash incessantly or pop up each time you click a link on the same website. Otherwise, it's a way for site owners to pay the bills (and staff) without imposing a... Read more...
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