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Michael Tsai - Blog - ScanSnap Cloud Licensing
Hey, @fujiamerica, your ScanSnap cloud licensing is awful and makes me want to switch products. My computer crashed. To use my ix500, I have to download an app to deregister the scanner to turn off the dammed cloud features that I WILL NEVER USE. User Abusive is not good.
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47 minutes ago by krzemienski
Ronda Rousey vs. Holly Holm: 1-Year Anniversary - YouTube
http://bit.ly/2RXdlZr - John Ramdeen and Robin Black discuss the 1-year anniversary of Holly Holm knocking out Ronda Rousey at UFC 193 to claim the UFC women's bantamweight title and speak on Rousey's upcoming return at UFC 207 taking on current champ Amanda Nunes.For additional coverage of MMA,
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50 minutes ago by kenyob
Michael Tsai - Blog - Why Aren’t There Third-Party USB-C to Lightning Cables?
Here’s a thread on Reddit asking why there aren’t any USB-C to Lightning cables from reliable, certified companies like Anker, Monoprice, and Amazon. It’s a year-old thread and the situation is unchanged.
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52 minutes ago by krzemienski
Michael Tsai - Blog - RIP XProtect and MRT?
What’s more, there hasn’t been any change in XProtect’s detection signatures since 13 March 2018 (over 7 months ago), and the last time that MRT was updated to remove new malware was 19 June 2018 (over 4 months ago).
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52 minutes ago by krzemienski
Media Playback on Android with ExoPlayer: Getting Started | raywenderlich.com
Playing music or videos is a very popular activity on Android devices. There are several ways of providing media playback in your Android app and, in this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use ExoPlayer to do this.
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1 hour ago by krzemienski
Log In ‹ Wirecutter: Reviews for the Real World — WordPress
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1 hour ago by TypingPixels
Zenneck wave - Wikipedia
The Zenneck wave, Zenneck surface wave or Sommerfeld-Zenneck surface wave is an inhomogeneous or non-uniform electromagnetic plane wave incident at the complex Brewster angle onto a planar or spherical boundary interface between two homogeneous media having different dielectric constants.
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1 hour ago by kenyob
On-body wireless - Wikipedia
On-body wireless or body-centric wireless is the interconnection and networking of wearable computer system components and sensors through a system of transceivers, space wave antennas, and surface guided wave antennas for telemetry and telecommunications.
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1 hour ago by kenyob
Science - Viziv Technologies Viziv Technologies
Our Viziv surface wave system allows the Earth itself to be used for clean, safe and efficient transfer of power between any two points on the globe, wirelessly. The system represents a paradigm shift in the science of electromagnetics.
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1 hour ago by kenyob
Dolby Dimension review: headphones for your home - The Verge
For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been wearing headphones a lot. That’s not too different from normal – I wear wireless headphones all the time when I’m commuting or working at the office.
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1 hour ago by brokenrhino
Yes, It Was A Blue Wave | FiveThirtyEight
Welcome to FiveThirtyEight’s weekly politics chat. The transcript below has been lightly edited. sarahf (Sarah Frostenson, politics editor): So we’re here today to talk about the midterm elections and the BLUE WAVE … or blue trickle? Which is it, team!?!
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1 hour ago by brokenrhino
The Google Assistant smart home ecosystem is slowly starting to take shape - The Verge
At an event in San Francisco yesterday, Google gave the press a tour of a smart home featuring its Google Assistant products. Notably, the new Google Home Hub was there.
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1 hour ago by brokenrhino
New York Is a Genuine Tech Hub (and That Was Before Amazon) - The New York Times
In 2003, Craig Nevill-Manning, a computer scientist at Google, wanted to set up an engineering outpost in New York. Google’s top leaders were skeptical, but they told him that he could go ahead if he could find 15 “Google-worthy” software developers in the city. New York Is a Genuine Tech Hub (and That Was Before Amazon)
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2 hours ago by Agiza
A Different Photography Workflow – The Sweet Setup
Midway through July, I did the unthinkable (at least, “unthinkable” in terms of photography kit these days): I sold off all my Sony kit — an a7II body, 24-70mm f/2.8 GM zoom lens, and a Batis 85mm f/1.8 prime lens — and downsized to the Fuji X-T2.
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2 hours ago by brokenrhino
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Get Insights Quickly with The New Stats Bar in Explorer | App store Insights from Appfigures
Explorer makes discovering apps that are relevant to you quick and easy using lots of different data points. A common use-case is to summarize the results to gain a quick understanding of the data and validate it.
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3 hours ago by krzemienski
New York Is a Genuine Tech Hub (and That Was Before Amazon) - The New York Times
In 2003, Craig Nevill-Manning, a computer scientist at Google, wanted to set up an engineering outpost in New York. Google’s top leaders were skeptical, but they told him that he could go ahead if he could find 15 “Google-worthy” software developers in the city.
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