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    The Verge - All Posts

  • The first patient testimony about a Theranos test result: a miscarriage that wasn’t
    Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes. | Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images ‘You can’t provide accurate patient care with inaccurate results.’ Continue reading…... Read more »
  • The best deals on true wireless earbuds right now
    Photo by Becca Farsace / The Verge When it comes to true wireless earbuds, there are a ton of brands and products to choose from. Whether you enjoy the unconventional design of Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Live or prefer Jabra’s compact Elite 75t, there’s a pair of wireless earbuds for just... Read more »
  • VideoHow to fix Deathloop ‘stuttering’ issues on PC
    Deathloop is the big triple-A game of the moment, and it’s an amazing experience — assuming you’re not fighting your gaming PC to get it to run smoothly. Bethesda is aware, and a patch seems to be on the way. But as Digital Foundry’s Alex Battaglia explains in this in-depth... Read more »
  • The Oversight Board wants answers about Facebook’s celebrity moderation program
    Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The Oversight Board, a semi-independent body that reviews Facebook’s moderation policies, announced on Tuesday that it wants more information about the “cross-check” system Facebook uses to “review content decisions relating to some high-profile users.” Cross-check is getting called into question because of a... Read more »
  • Wyze’s new pan & tilt cam can see everywhere
    Image: Wyze Ubiquitous budget smart home company Wyze has released yet another new product — the Wyze Cam Pan v2. As the name implies, this is the second generation of one of Wyze’s earliest products — the Wyze Cam Pan that debuted three years ago. This new model is available... Read more »
  • Shang-Chi will start streaming on November 12th as part of Disney Plus Day
    Photo: Marvel Studios Disney is making Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings available to stream at no additional cost for subscribers as part of its newly announced Disney Plus Day, celebrating the second anniversary of Disney Plus on November 12th. Along with its latest Marvel blockbuster, the company... Read more »
  • The Google Pixel 6 Pro may have been leaked in a brief hands-on video
    Image: Google Google got ahead of any possible news leaks about the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro by announcing the phones back in August, including that they would run on the company’s long-in-development Tensor chip. But it’s possible that some leakers have recently got hold of an actual unit.... Read more »
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    MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - All Stories

  • All the iOS 15 Features You Won't Get Until Later
    There are multiple features that Apple wasn't able to get ready for launch prior to the debut of iOS and iPadOS 15, which is not unusual. There are usually some iOS features that take a little more time to prepare for primetime, and Apple releases these features in iOS updates.... Read more »
  • Apple Preparing to Support Digital Car Keys for Genesis Vehicles
    Last year, Apple debuted support for digital car keys, which let users lock, unlock, and start their vehicles using a pass stored in the Wallet app on the iPhone. And with iOS 15, there's now Ultra Wideband support on the iPhone 11 and later that will let the feature work... Read more »
  • iOS 15 Removes Do Not Disturb Option That Silenced Notifications Only When iPhone Was Locked
    With iOS 15, Apple expanded the Do Not Disturb feature from iOS 14 into a full Focus Mode option that's designed to allow users to set up different scenarios to manage their incoming notifications. Focus Mode is handy because it lets you decide exactly what alerts and apps you want... Read more »
  • HomePod 15.1 Beta Adds Lossless Audio and Dolby Atmos Support
    Alongside the iOS 15.1 beta, Apple has also introduced a HomePod 15.1 beta that brings Lossless and Dolby Atmos Spatial Audio support to the ‌HomePod‌ and the HomePod mini. The ‌HomePod‌ beta software is invite only and is not provided to developers for testing purposes, but 9to5Mac was able to... Read more »
  • Everything New in iOS 15.1 Beta 1
    Just a day after releasing the iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 updates, Apple has already seeded the first betas of iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1. The new updates reintroduce features like SharePlay, and below, we have a list of what's new. SharePlay SharePlay is enabled in the iOS 15.1, iPadOS... Read more »
  • iOS 15.1 Beta Lets Users Add COVID Vaccination Card to Wallet App
    The iOS 15.1 beta that was introduced today allows iPhone users to upload their COVID-19 vaccination status to the Health app and then generate a vaccination card in Apple Wallet. The Apple Wallet vaccination card can be shown to businesses, venues, restaurants, and more that are requiring vaccines for entry.... Read more »
  • Deals: Get the Apple Pencil 2 for $109.99 ($19 Off) and 512GB M1 MacBook Air for $1,099.99 ($149 Off)
    Today we're tracking a pair of deals, one on the Apple Pencil 2 and one on the 2020 M1 MacBook Air. These sales include the current best price online for the Apple Pencil 2, and an all-time low price on the MacBook Air. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with... Read more »
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    Infographic-Directory.com

  • Should You Buy a Premium Domain Name?
    There’s no question that your digital footprint continues to be all the more important as the global pandemic hampers our physical location presences. If you have a branded premium domain name, you are off to a better head start when it comes to search traffic and the age of the... Read more »
  • Why Hybrid Workplaces Should be the Future
    Remote work is the dream, right? Tell that to the guy that watched Netflix all day and didn’t get their work done. People need schedules and structures sometimes to help facilitate a better work environment. Back to the office fully may not be feasible for the short term, but let’s... Read more »
  • How the Global Pandemic Changed the Gig Economy
    The gig economy has been on the rise but this has been brought to epic proportions from the needs during the pandemic. Learn more about where the best opportunities are in the gig economy in the infographic below: Source: WageDev.com... Read more »
  • How to Become a Data-Driven Organization
    Many of us know that we should be looking at more of our data in our organizations to make better decisions, but few do enough in this regard. 73% of organization’s data within an enterprise is never analyzed. Learn how to make better data decisions through the following infographic, courtesy... Read more »
  • Just How Safe Are Your Emails?
    An incredible 85% of all email is spam. Much of this is just annoyance, but learn how to protect yourself in the infographic below, courtesy of Avanan. Courtesy of Avanan... Read more »
  • What is Cyber Insurance
    And how does it help, you may wonder? It’s not a one size fits all solution, and a far cry from preventative measures. Still, it can save a bundle in coverage, payouts, and legal fees. Think you’re ready to have cyber insurance for your business? Read on to the infographic... Read more »
  • Identifying the Hidden Threat
    What do basketball and cybersecurity have in common? More than you think. Whether you’re talking about a 3 point shot or a hacker’s attack vector, finding the hidden threat is everything. See more from Pondurance:... Read more »
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    Velocity Micro - Blog

  • Threadripper vs Epyc
    Threadripper vs Epyc – what’s the difference? Though only a few years ago, AMD seemed to have been relegated to… The post Threadripper vs Epyc appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • VideoIntel Xeon W-3300 Workstations
    Today, we’re excited to finally be able to talk about Intel’s latest product release – Xeon W-3300 and our new… The post Intel Xeon W-3300 Workstations appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • What’s New In Windows 11
    Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of Windows last week, in the form of Windows 11. Windows 11 includes some pretty… The post What’s New In Windows 11 appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • What You Need To Know About Upgrading To Windows 11
    Microsoft has announced the latest iteration of Windows and in traditional Microsoft fashion, people are confused by the details. Windows… The post What You Need To Know About Upgrading To Windows 11 appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • Liquid vs Air Cooling – Which is Better?
    With their new Zen architecture release, AMD reignited the processor wars. Now they’re fighting tooth and nail with Intel for… The post Liquid vs Air Cooling – Which is Better? appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • What is a Workstation Computer?
    A workstation PC is a computer designed to accomplish professional tasks. Unlike standard computers, workstations typically have specialized components that… The post What is a Workstation Computer? appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • Thunderbolt 4 Explained
    There’s a new version of Thunderbolt in town. Dubbed Thunderbolt 4, the ubiquitous but often misunderstood interface brings some key… The post Thunderbolt 4 Explained appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
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    Tech Digest

  • Young people more likely to opt for EV and automatic licence
    New research by IAM RoadSmart, the UK’s largest independent road safety charity, has revealed how the ‘green agenda’ is radically influencing driving attitudes of young people aged 17-24. The ban […] The post Young people more likely to opt for EV and automatic licence appeared first on Tech Digest. Related... Read more »
  • Digital twin ‘capable of predicting EV battery lifespan’
    A real-life trial of electric vehicles, involving battery analytics specialist Silver Power Systems (SPS), EV manufacturers and academics, claims to predict EV battery lifespan accurately. With the rapid growth in […] The post Digital twin ‘capable of predicting EV battery lifespan’ appeared first on Tech Digest. Related posts: Nissan unveils... Read more »
  • Half of drivers think EVs cost too much, charging points too scarce
    Over half of UK drivers say electric cars cost too much and charging points are too scarce. The Opinium survey of 2,000 UK drivers, commissioned by InsuretheGap, a supplier of […] The post Half of drivers think EVs cost too much, charging points too scarce appeared first on Tech Digest.... Read more »
  • VideoTech Digest daily roundup: New Amazon products to be announced Sep 28th
    Amazon will hold its annual hardware and services event on September 28 at 9 am PST / 12 pm EST / 5 pm BST, the company announced today. The annual event […] The post Tech Digest daily roundup: New Amazon products to be announced Sep 28th appeared first on Tech Digest.... Read more »
  • Mobility-as-a-service to generate $53 billion by 2027
    A new study by Juniper Research has found that MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service) subscribers will generate $53 billion in revenue for MaaS platform providers by 2027; rising from $5.3 billion in 2021. MaaS is […] The post Mobility-as-a-service to generate $53 billion by 2027 appeared first on Tech Digest. Related posts: Global Adult VR... Read more »
  • Plume HomePass now available to all UK households from Virgin Media
    Virgin Media is working with smart home provider, Plume, to make its HomePass smart home service available to all UK households – even those areas not yet covered by the […] The post Plume HomePass now available to all UK households from Virgin Media appeared first on Tech Digest. Related... Read more »
  • Tech Digest daily roundup: Raspberry Pi seals $45m investment
    The organisation behind Britain’s bestselling personal computer – the Raspberry Pi – has sealed a $45m (£33m) investment after demand surged during the pandemic. The trading arm of the Raspberry Pi […] The post Tech Digest daily roundup: Raspberry Pi seals $45m investment appeared first on Tech Digest. Related posts: Tech... Read more »
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    Droid Life

  • Pixel 6 Pro Finds Way Into Someone’s Hand
    In any normal year, we would have seen a full review of Google’s upcoming Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro by now. Google is the worst at keeping any of their products a secret, so the fact that we haven’t, suggests maybe they are tightening up the shop a bit with... Read more »
  • For Me, There’s Only One Downside to the New Pixel 6 Lineup
    I’ll be upgrading to the Pixel 6 Pro from a Pixel 5. There’s no question that that’s the plan. However, I can already tell you that there’s one thing I’m not excited about or looking forward to. Is it a dealbreaker issue? For me, no it’s not, but it will... Read more »
  • Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club is Now on Your Assistant-Powered Device
    Reese’s Book Club, a book club hosted by the one and only Reese Witherspoon, is now available on Google Assistant-powered devices. To get started, you’ll say, “Hey Google, read with Reese’s Book Club” on your smart display, smart speaker, or mobile device. From here, you’ll take a fun little quiz... Read more »
  • Gmail on Android Gets Search Filters
    The search function on Gmail has never been overly great. All you can really do is search for keywords, which most of the time, works just fine. However, Google is changing that, bringing search filters to Gmail for Android. With these new filters, which are rolling out over the next... Read more »
  • The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Lookin’ Better Than Ever
    We might set a record today, for posts about Google’s upcoming Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones. Whether we do or not, here’s another to add to the growing list that we couldn’t help but share. Google hired photographer David Urbanke to shoot the marketing images for the Pixel... Read more »
  • Telegram Adds Better Read Receipts, Individual Themes, More
    Telegram received an update today to v8.0.1 and the new build brought at least four new features with it, because that’s the story with Telegram – regular updates that always improve the experience. In this new update, which you should have already received, Telegram is getting individual chat themes, interactive... Read more »
  • Pixel 6 Launch Date May be October 19
    Thanks to an ad that was served to a Facebook user, it’s looking like a mid-October release for the upcoming Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Surprising? Not at all, as that timeframe aligns with pretty much all non-Pixel A series device launches since the beginning. The ad that was... Read more »
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    Engadget

  • Netflix quietly developed a VR tie-in for its 'Eden' anime series
    Netflix may be getting into video games sooner than expected. Without much fanfare, the company has been quietly working on a free Oculus Quest game called Eden Unearthed. Spotted by UploadVR, the game is available through the App Lab, which means it hasn’t gone through the full Oculus review process.... Read more »
  • Researchers say Facebook is interfering with their tools to study News Feed
    Facebook quietly pushed out changes to News Feed that’s “interfering” with the browser-based tools used by journalists and researchers, according toThe Markup, the nonprofit news organization behind Citizen Browser.According to the report, Facebook has been adding “junk code to HTML features meant to improve accessibility for visually impaired users.” The... Read more »
  • 'Shang-Chi' comes to all Disney+ subscribers on November 12th
    Disney may insist on returning to theater-first movie releases, but that doesn't mean you'll be waiting long if you'd rather watch at home. The company is marking the second anniversary of the Disney+ launch on November 12th with the streaming debut of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings... Read more »
  • Video'Beat Saber' gets a $13 Billie Eilish track pack with 'Bad Guy' and 'Bury a Friend'
    Facebook has just released a Billie Eilish pack for Beat Saber. Priced at $13 for the entire collection, the pack features 10 songs, including fan-favorites like “Bury a Friend” and “Bad Guy.” It also comes with a new environment inspired by Eilish’s “Happier Than Ever” music video. If you want... Read more »
  • Apple Wallet is getting verifiable COVID-19 vaccination cards
    There's a real chance you'll need proof of a COVID-19 vaccination to enter certain venues, and Apple is hoping it can save you the hassle of digging up an email or carrying a physical card in your pocket. The company is bringing verifiable COVID-19 vaccination cards to Wallet as part... Read more »
  • VideoMercedes-Benz's EQS EV starts at $103,360 in the US
    With the 2022 EQS making its way to American dealerships this fall, Mercedes-Benz has finally shared US pricing for its first fully electric vehicle. Initially, the automaker plans to offer two different models of the luxury sedan called the EQS 450+ and EQS 580 4Matic.Both will be available in three... Read more »
  • The Oversight Board wants Facebook to explain its controversial rules for VIPs
    The Oversight Board is pushing Facebook to provide more information on its controversial “cross-check” system, following a report that the company has allowed celebrities, politicians and other public figures to break its rules.“In light of recent developments, we are looking into the degree to which Facebook has been fully forthcoming... Read more »
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