Category Archives: Gadgets

Twitter will broadcast local TV news to avoid misinformation

If there’s a downside to this, it’s that the tweets are picked by an algorithm — hardly a foolproof way to prevent the spread of inaccurate information. To source the video, Twitter will forge partnerships with local news channels. In a statement to Buzzfeed News, Twitter’s GM for video Kayvon Beykpour said the following: “We’re […]

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Fujifilm X-H1 Flagship X Series Camera With In-Body Stabilisation, Professional Video Capabilities Launched

Fujifilm has announced its highest performing X series camera called the X-H1, which has advanced features like in-body image stabilisation and professional video capabilities such as DCI 4K video recording support. The camera will be going on sale on March 1 in the US for $1,900 (roughly Rs. 1,22,100) for the body only. The Fujifilm […]

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Orbi Outdoor Satellite adds Wi-Fi coverage to your back yard

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I’m a big fan of the Netgear Orbi line of mesh access points and now there’s more to love. Netgear is now shipping the RBS50Y, a new satellite that is weatherproof and allows you to add coverage to your back yard or garage without worrying that your access point will short out in the rain. […]

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Qualcomm Snapdragon X24 Modem With Up to 2Gbps Download Speeds Unveiled

Catering to the growing demand for high-speed data access, Qualcomm has unveiled the Snapdragon X24 as its newest LTE modem for mobile devices. The new modem is specifically designed to deliver peak download speeds of a whopping 2Gbps, which is twice the speed you can presently get from a fibre broadband service. It is also […]

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Faraday Future may have received a $1.5 billion lifeline

Accordingly, the company’s Hanford, California factory should soon be on track. Work on it is believed to be starting in “30 to 60 days,” with production underway by December. The company’s second car, the FF81, is now expected to get an unveiling at a showcase in Beijing. We’ve asked Faraday Future for comment, although it’s […]

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PicoBrew announces a modular and scalable professional brewing appliance

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PicoBrew today announced a new product in its growing line of brewing appliances. Called the Z Series, this product targets serious brewers with a scalable design that allows for greater precision in repeatable larger batch sizes. And with the largest model, the Z4, the owner ends up with a stack of slick brewing appliances that reinforces […]

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Free Software to Download and Install on Your New Windows PC

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If you got a new Windows 10 PC, you’ve probably been busy setting it up. A big part of that is downloading free apps to help you get started, from a Web browser to media player. The options for those are fairly obvious and well-known at this point: programmes like Google Chrome and Firefox in […]

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The best desktop photo-editing apps

The rest We picked the three best photo-editing apps, but there are plenty of others options as well. The problem is, they don’t quite stack up to what Adobe and Affinity offer. For better and worse, Adobe is the standard when it comes to creative work. If you’d rather not spend money at all, there’s […]

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Pennsylvania requires paper trail on all new voting machines

In early 2017, a Bloomberg report revealed that Russian hackers attacked voting systems in 39 states. While Illinois was the only state that found records of attackers attempting to delete or alter voter data, Pennsylvania was still in the list of targeted locations. Even if the state weren’t attacked, it’s a good idea to upgrade […]

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Azio’s Retro Classic typewriter-inspired Bluetooth keyboard is a luxurious treat

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Maybe you’re sitting at a MacBook or other modern PC right now, typing away in near silence on a keyboard that provides no real satisfying response to your human fingers. Maybe, once in the distant past, you remember when keyboards offered something in return: A “click clack” that stood as an auditory proof of productivity. […]

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