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New WD_Black™ products dedicated to gamers

Western Digital Corp. (NASDAQ: WDC), today introduced a portfolio of external storage solutions to the South African market, enabling PC and console gamers to access new engaging experiences and capture more winning gameplay, without maxing out their gaming storage. The solutions include a first-to-industry SuperSpeed USB (20Gb/s), USB 3.2 gen 2×2 port in a game […]

Outlook Gets Google Calendar Integration, One-tap to Join Zoom Calls

Microsoft has been bringing new features to its Office365 apps, and today the company has added another useful feature to the Outlook app. The company announced a bunch of new features for Outlook, but chief among them is the new Google Calendar integration. You can now add your Google Calendar into Outlook, or even a […]

Comstor Focuses on Small Business and Security with New Initiatives | Westcon Comstor

Westcon-Comstor press office Comstor, a leading Cisco distributor and part of Westcon-Comstor, has adapted several Cisco campaigns uniquely for the channel, as well as launching a new initiative of its own to help resellers address small businesses and security. All three initiatives have an objective of supporting partners with increasing profitability and brand awareness towards […]

How to Control Which Apps Open on Android Startup

Couldn’t help but install a handful of apps that you swore you’d use? We’re all guilty of this at some point. We download application after application with the intention of using them every day — fitness apps, language learning tools, etc. — and maybe use them twice a month. You would uninstall these applications, but you are determined […]

Solar Weather Station Listens For Lightning

Custom weather stations are a common enough project these days, especially based around the ESP8266. Wire a sensor up to the MCU, power it up with an old phone charger, and you’re half way there. But if you want something that’s going to operate remotely on the long term, you’ve got to put a little […]

Twitter crosses 1 billion installs on the Google Play Store

Twitter is the latest Android app to join the 1 billion club as it surpassed a billion installs this week. Currently, there are about 25 apps that have crossed the one billion installs mark on Android and nearly all of them are owned by Google, Microsoft, Facebook or Samsung. Last year, Microsoft Excel, Word and […]

Building a Blog with Next.js

In this article, we will use Next.js to build a static blog framework with the design and structure inspired by Jekyll. I’ve always been a big fan of how Jekyll makes it easier for beginners to setup a blog and at the same time also provides a great degree of control over every aspect of […]

Lenovo Thinkbook 13s July 2020 Review

The past two weeks we had the privilege of getting our hands on the Lenovo ThinkPad 13s and well we can’t say that we were suprised by the quality and solid design that lenovo has delivered. However we cant say we were excited either because first and foremost lenovo makes it very clear who the […]

This Broken Typeface Symbolizes The Struggle of Illiteracy for 18% of New Yorkers

You just read the title of this article and you didn’t even think twice about it. When we read, we don’t even realize that we’re reading and doing something incredible. Something so simple, so insignificant to us, is an entirely vital part of life. Something we do all day long and don’t pay any attention […]

Researchers Found 1000 Words That “Accidentally” Trigger Smart Speakers

Although smart speakers like Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and Apple HomePod can ease our daily life, there are also some privacy issues that come with them. For instance, as smart speakers use specific trigger words to activate, some times they can accidentally activate if they hear something similar to the trigger words. So, now researchers […]