When the cheapest Kindle e-reader drops to $50, it’s difficult to resist snagging one on an impulse buy. Appealing to our most reptilian consumer instincts is just how Amazon rolls, and—right on schedule—the retail behemoth-cum-hardware manufacturer is dropping prices across … Continue reading
Amazon is ground zero for Black Friday shopping, but not all of its deals are worth your attention. That’s where we come in: We’ve sifted through Amazon’s staggering amount of Black Friday deals, and cherry-picked the very best deals in … Continue reading
Uber just disclosed a hack from a year ago that it paid to conceal rather than disclose, despite legal requirements it do so. The post Uber Paid Hackers $100K to Hide Data Breach Exposing 57 Million Users appeared first on … Continue reading
Bowers & Wilkins PX wireless noise-cancelling headphones review: They demand a small sacrifice for silence
Bowers & Wilkins tends to be fashionably late when it comes to rolling out new wireless products. In the time it took for the company to design the $399 PX Wireless Headphones, companies like Sony, Bose, AKG, and Sennheiser have dropped … Continue reading
It’s Thanksgiving time once again, and most of us will be assembling with our families for a great feast. That means quite a lot of downtime stuck talking to weird relatives about what they’ve been up to lately, or worse, … Continue reading
Les performances de croissance de son chiffre d’affaires ont permis à KIMPLE de se classer à la 5ème place du Palmarès Technology Fast 50 Nord 2017.
Intel’s new Core i5-8250U is a huge improvement over the dual core CPUs Intel has been selling for the past few years. The post Intel’s New Core i5-8250U is a Huge Upgrade Over Older 7th Generation CPUs appeared first on … Continue reading
Get smart Image by Thinkstock The future is now. Just look at all the new and nifty ways our homes can do more for us. From regulating temperatures, to operating our lights, to keeping us secure and responding to a … Continue reading
The flowing water on Martian slopes might just be sand, based on a new analysis of data from orbit. The post Flowing Water Observed on Mars Might Just Be More Sand appeared first on ExtremeTech.