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Let the Eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 12, Ecovacs Deebot 500, and iRobot Roomba 675 robot vacuums do the cleaning for you, starting from just $160.
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A reliable thermometer offers accurate readings to determine if someone has a fever or needs medical attention. Here are the best currently available.
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Tesla's semi is delayed and Nikola's is involved in a high-profile legal spat — that could be good news for Mercedes.
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Smart speakers are here to stay. These are the best you can buy today, no matter which voice assistant you prefer in your home.
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You may want to show off, but stop posting your boarding passes online. It's turning you into an easy target for hackers and indentity thieves.
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Samsung at a recent event announced their best Note series flagship for 2020, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra packing in features such as a ... The post Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Wallpapers, Google Camera Port, Specifications and More appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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The Apple Watch Series 6 brings a new health metric, fresh colors, and improved performance. It's a modest improvement on the Series 5.
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Never mind real-world viruses, get your networks into lockdown ASAP GCHQ offshoot the National Cyber Security Centre has warned Further and Higher Education institutions in the UK to be on their guard against ransomware attacks as the new academic year (sort of) gets under way.…
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Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro should not be smartphones in the company’s lineup. There is a chance that the characteristics of the new ... The post Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro price revealed appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Seagate’s Exos X18 targets hyperscale, datacenter, and enterprise NAS systems.
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Oh, and Smart Freight System software in beta by April... will be used from December. WCGW? The UK government has enlisted controversial US AI biz Palantir in a bid to "mitigate and manage potential disruption at the border" as the country's departure from the EU comes into force.…
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The Apple Watch SE doesn’t look like a “cheaper” Apple Watch. That’s by design, of course, as Apple doubles-down on its best-selling smartwatch by turning it into a family, not just a single timepiece. As with the second-generation iPhone SE earlier this year, the Apple Watch SE offers cherry-picked features from the flagship – in this case the new Apple … Continue reading
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This week's rundown includes an explanation on what the term "usage rights" means for influencers when signing a brand contract.
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Counterfeits of rare single-malt whisky are a growing problem for the industry.
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Errors had no material effect on the outcome, promises the, er, board chairman Nominet has been forced to admit it wrongly calculated election results for its board of directors in 2018 and 2019.…
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When sitting in traffic in your car, it’s easy to feel safe and distant from the world outside. Cocooned in a metal shell, protected from what’s on the other side of body panels and glass. But there’s a hidden danger that you can’t see: fine particulate matter called PM2.5, or in other words, microscopic smog. Sitting in traffic jams or at red lights, which happens a lot with urban driving, is incredibly bad for your health. A study from the University of Surrey in 2016 found that, when stuck in a queue, pollution levels inside your car can increase by… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Tesla
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Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said in an internal memo that "many of our co-workers and friends will be departing," The Wrap reported.
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VPN upgrade comes to McAfee 2021 offering alongside boosted social media protection.
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The OnePlus Nord N10 5G is supposedly the US-version of the OnePlus Nord, and we've just heard a specs leak.
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Did you know Ingrid Ødegaard, Whereby’s Founder & CPTO, is speaking at TNW2020 this year? Check out their session on ‘How to compete with tech giants’ here. It’s challenging to find positives in the middle of chaos. And if you’re the leader of a newly formed distributed team, you’re likely struggling to maintain business as usual at a time of unusual uncertainty. Even established leaders of remote teams are finding change forced upon them at an unprecedented rate. But welcome surprises can emerge from even the most challenging circumstances. As a leader, you have an opportunity to rethink policies and procedures that may… This story continues at The Next Web
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Also: Cygnus named for Columbia 'naut, and Space Shuttle Endeavour dressed up for launch In brief  "As we've always said, we expect it to take three flights to make it to orbit," upstart launch vehicle outfit Astra bravely said as its imaginatively named Rocket 3.1 went *phut* shortly after lift-off last week.…
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Accelerating passenger numbers for the Baidu self-driving pilot underscore China’s growing efforts to win the global autonomous vehicle race.
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From February 2020 to August 2020, employment in K-12 education dropped by 5.7%, or 462,100 jobs.
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Fasthosts made a mistake, this exhibit is closed The perilous state of the UK's internet space has been exposed once again, as the second largest seller of .uk domain names admitted last night it wrongly sold dozens of valuable internet addresses.…
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Ever since the first Apple Watch was released, the tech industry has lauded its health-oriented features.
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Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Apple has started to roll out iOS 14 to eligible iPhones, and there are so many nifty features including widgets and an App library. However, the update also packs some useful tricks up its sleeve that you may not know about. I’ve been using iOS 14 beta since it was announced in June at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) and back tap is my favorite feature. It lets you define actions when you tap two or… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iOS,iPhone
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CEO Guillaume Le Cunff says rapid climate change could put coffee farmers and Nespresso out of business.
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I get it. You’re one of those enterprises that doesn’t (yet) support Apple products among employees, but does that moratorium extend to the C-suite? I’m willing to bet it does not, and that’s why even Windows-only IT shops must learn how to secure Apple’s products.Ignore the fantasy, this is reality The reality is that Apple’s products are popular at work. And while there are many businesses that don’t officially support them, one section of civil society that pretty much always does their own thing no matter what are the boys and girls in the C-suite. I can still recall the number of CFOs I spoke with early on in the iPad days who were deeply interested in trying the Apple tablet. Many did. At a time when no one else could.To read this article in full, please click here
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You've never heard Paris Hilton like this before. She's our guest on CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast to discuss the new documentary about her, This Is Paris.
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Bytedance is blocking links to e-commerce stores on livestreams in flagship video app Douyin as it vies for a share of e-commerce.
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