Intel unveils Nervana Neural Net L-1000 for accelerated AI training
The Nervana Neural Net L-1000 will be Intel’s first commercial NNP chip and will be made broadly available in late 2019
intel  ai  cpu 
1 hour ago
Google and Coursera launch a new machine learning specialization | TechCrunch
It’s worth noting that these courses expect that you are already a somewhat competent programmer. While it has gotten much easier to start with machine learning thanks to new frameworks like TensorFlow, this is still an advanced skill. It’ll surely still be a while before we see a “get started with programming in Python by building a machine learning model” course.
coursera  ai  google  education  resources 
1 hour ago
Using Windows 10’s New Screenshot Tool: Clips and Annotations
In Redstone 5, another keyboard shortcut opens a new screenshot tool that lets you snip parts of your screen or the entire screen to your clipboard. It also adds a new “Screen Sketch” application that lets you annotate these screenshots.
10 hours ago
GlassWire - Personal Firewall & Network Monitor
Instantly see your current & past network activity. Detect malware, & block badly behaving apps.
windows  security  resources 
10 hours ago
The Next iPhone's A12 Chip Is Ready to Beat Android (Again)
The company's manufacturing partner Taiwan Semiconductor has started to mass-produce the A12 processor we'll find in this year's iPhones, Bloomberg is reporting, citing people who claim to have knowledge of those production efforts. According to the report, the the new chip will feature a 7-nanometer design instead of the 10-nanometer process Apple used in last year's A11 chips.

The smaller chips should allow for more design flexibility, but will also likely be faster and more efficient, allowing for better performance and longer battery life.
apple  mobile  cpu  rumor 
10 hours ago
Vivo teases a true all-display phone with pop-up camera for June 12th - The Verge
Vivo is sending out hold-the-date invitations for what looks to be the production version of the Apex concept phone that wowed the world back in February. The Apex, as you might recall, featured three impressive technologies: a pop-up front-facing camera, an edge-to-edge display with a claimed “world’s best” screen-to-body ratio, and an in-display fingerprint sensor that worked anywhere in the lower half of the display. The question is, how much of that gee-whiz tech will make it into the production device
vivo  gadgetluv  mobile 
11 hours ago
AMD Ryzen 2 vs. Intel Coffee Lake: What's the Best CPU Platform?
Ryzen 2 wins this competition by a nose, winning five rounds to four. Of the seven rounds in our face-off, two -- features and productivity performance -- were a tie. However, the real winner here is you. As a consumer, you have a wide variety of great processor choices from two strong manufacturers.
amd  intel  cpu 
11 hours ago
HTC U12 Plus Hands-on Review: Absolutely Beautiful and Complicated
The U12+ sounds great on paper. HTC's latest flagship has Qualcomm's latest processor and 6GB of RAM, which should enable powerful performance. Then there are dual-lens cameras on both sides of the device, which enable adjustable portrait effects we liked in person. With creative colors and upgraded squeezable controls, HTC's new flagship could set itself apart from the Android pack in a way that LG's latest phone, the G7 ThinQ, did not.
HTC  gadgetluv  mobile 
11 hours ago
Micron Announces QLC NAND SSDs Up To 7.68TB
QLC flash will increase NAND storage density by 33%, which will boost SSD capacity and reduce costs even further. That means standard 3.5" HDDs are also now in the crosshairs.
crucial  ssd  storage 
Samsung 65-inch Q6F QLED TV – Full Review and Benchmarks
But for all its premium touches, Samsung has held its best features in reserve for more expensive models, leaving the Q6F to make do with more pedestrian touches, like a less advanced version of QLED technology, edge-lit backlighting and an inset connector panel. In spite of all this, the Samsung Q6F manages to be a strong performer, making the most of its display and adding great audio, an updated smart-TV experience and an attractive design.
samsung  television  gadgetluv 
The Entire Economy Is MoviePass Now. Enjoy It While You Can. - The New York Times
It used to be that in order to survive, businesses had to sell goods or services above cost. But that model is so 20th century. The new way to make it in business is to spend big, grow fast and use Kilimanjaro-size piles of investor cash to subsidize your losses, with a plan to become profitable somewhere down the road.
business  startup 
How to Unlock Power Plans on Surface Devices
In order to unlock all available power plans and advanced settings, you need to disable connected standby via Registry Editor. To turn off connected standby:
Microsoft  surface  How-to 
Fix common Surface problems using the Surface Diagnostic Toolkit
If your Surface isn’t working properly, try Microsoft’s Surface Diagnostic Toolkit.
Microsoft  surface  resources 
2 days ago
Microsoft launches SharePoint Spaces so you can view company content in mixed reality | VentureBeat
SharePoint Spaces will come as standard as part of Office 365 commercial subscriptions, and customers can apply to join an early access program from today
Microsoft  sharepoint  virtual-reality 
2 days ago
Facebook and Qualcomm will bring fast WiFi to cities in mid-2019 | TechCrunch
“It is based on the pre-802.11ay standard with enhancements provided by the Qualcomm Technologies’ chipset and the integrated software between Facebook  and Qualcomm Technologies to support efficient outdoor operation and avoid interference in dense environments,” Qualcomm writes in the announcement.
qualcomm  facebook  wireless  innovation 
2 days ago
SanDisk Extreme Pro M.2 NVMe 3D SSD Review - Tom's Hardware
SanDisk will bring its first retail consumer NVMe SSD to market in 1TB and 500GB capacities. The Extreme Pro delivers up to 3,400/2,800 MB/s of sequential read/write throughput. The 1TB model also boasts up to 500,000/400,000 random read/write IOPS
sandisk  ssd  gadgetluv  storage 
2 days ago
What’s new in Windows 10 security features: The privacy edition | CSO Online
Below is a summary of all the new security features and options in Windows 10 version 1803, which I call the privacy edition. Bookmark this article, because we will be adding new security features as Microsoft releases future Windows updates.
windows  security 
5 days ago
Tracking Firm LocationSmart Leaked Location Data for Customers of All Major U.S. Mobile Carriers Without Consent in Real Time Via Its Web Site — Krebs on Security
Xiao says we’re likely to see more leaks from location tracking companies like Securus and LocationSmart as long as the mobile carriers are providing third party companies any access to customer location information.
security  privacy  wireless 
5 days ago
Buyer Beware: Hundreds of Bitcoin Wannabes Show Hallmarks of Fraud - WSJ
Of 1,450 ICOs analyzed by The Wall Street Journal, 271 had red flags, including guaranteed returns, fake and non-existent executive teams, and plagiarized documents; those suspicious offerings raised more than $1B from investors
blockchain  bitcoin 
6 days ago
What's The Difference Between USB 3.1 Gen 1 And USB 3.1 Gen 2?
The difference between USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB Gen 2 is as simple as this: Gen 1 offers 5Gbps speeds, whereas Gen 2 offers 10Gbps. Seriously, that’s it.
6 days ago
OnePlus 6 Hands-on: A Dream Phone for Power Users on a Budget
while it costs more than any OnePlus phone before it at $529, the OnePlus 6 continues to test the limits on what kind of features you can squeeze into a device that costs hundreds less than flagships with similar specs.
OnePlus  gadgetluv  mobile 
7 days ago
(4) How 'accurate' is the Google Analytics Site Speed report? - Quora
To summarize, the data is useful, but you'll need to segment and correct it to be able to reply on it. I suggest using GA site speed not as the only measure - there are great third party monitoring tools out there at an accessible cost (and a few freebies!)
google  analytics 
7 days ago
An open-source, web-based viewer for high-resolution zoomable images, implemented in pure JavaScript, for desktop and mobile.
javascript  web  resources  open-source 
7 days ago
Dialpad gets AI injection with TalkIQ acquisition | TechCrunch
With TalkIQ, the Dialpad platform gets an injection of intelligence. Specifically, they can capture voice in near real time and apply sentiment analysis and analytics. This could provide a customer service operation with feedback in real time along with advice for managers when to intervene in a call.
dialpad  business 
7 days ago
Microsoft Is Said To Plan Low-Cost Tablet Line To Rival IPad - Bloomberg Quint
The new tablets will feature 10-inch screens -- around the same size as a standard iPad, but smaller than the 12-inch screens used on the Surface Pro laptop line. The new Surfaces, priced about $400, will have rounded edges like an iPad, differing from the squared off corners of current models. They’ll also include USB-C connectivity, a first for Surface tablets, a new charging and syncing standard being used by some of the latest smartphones.
Microsoft  surface  tablet  rumor 
7 days ago
Microsoft Unveils the New Surface Hub 2 Whiteboard | News & Opinion |
While we don't know very much about it yet, Microsoft showed off the new model's sleek design and shared some information about key features, such as an improved display and portrait mode support. Microsoft will likely share more information before launch, which is expected sometime in 2019.
Microsoft  surface  gadgetluv 
8 days ago
XL-Connector is your ultimate solution for working with data.
Excel  salesforce  resources 
9 days ago
Cloud to Cloud Network | Secure and dedicated location-agnostic connectivity
All your multi-cloud applications connected via a secure and dedicated private network

Global SD-WAN enabled Network Backbone with PoPs all over the world
resources  web 
9 days ago
Email Marketing & Marketing Automation Software - SendinBlue
Our platform combines a robust suite of email and SMS messaging services within a single, user-friendly solution.
email  marketing  resources  sms 
9 days ago
Service Meant to Monitor Inmates’ Calls Could Track You, Too - The New York Times
The Justice Department has said its policy is to get warrants for real-time tracking. The Supreme Court has ruled that putting a GPS tracker on a car counts as a search under the Fourth Amendment, but this was because installing the device involved touching a person’s property — something that doesn’t happen when a cellphone is pinged.
surveillance  privacy  mobile 
11 days ago
Without Nuclear Deal, U.S. Expects Resurgence in Iranian Cyberattacks - The New York Times
Within 24 hours of Mr. Trump announcing on Tuesday that the United States would leave the deal, researchers at CrowdStrike, the security firm, warned customers that they had seen a “notable” shift in Iranian cyberactivity. Iranian hackers were sending emails containing malware to diplomats who work in the foreign affairs offices of United States allies and employees at telecommunications companies in an attempt to infiltrate their computer systems.
policy  security 
11 days ago
MASS Action
This collaborative project seeks to align museums with more equitable and inclusive practices. As the museum field begins to shape its identity in the 21st century, MASS Action poses the following questions for practitioners to consider: What is the role and responsibility of the museum in responding to issues affecting our communities locally and globally? How do the museum’s internal practices need to change in order to align with, and better inform, their public practice? How can the museum be used as a site for social action?
education  diversity 
12 days ago
Leak: Google Pixel Watches to Launch Alongside Pixel 3
In a tweet on Thursday (May 10), noted leaker Evan Blass reported that Google will hold a special hardware event in the fall that will include Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL announcements. Additionally, Blass, who heard the news from what he called "a reliable source," said Google will also showcase a second-generation pair of Pixel Buds earbuds, along with a new Pixel smartwatch.
google  gadgetluv  watch  rumor 
12 days ago
Intel Optane SSD 905P Review - Tom's Hardware
The Optane SSD 905P is the fastest consumer SSD ever made, but it's also the most expensive. Intel's previous heavyweight, the 1.2TB SSD 750, came to market at $1,200 and was the offspring of Intel's Skulltrail legacy of $1,000 components. The new Optane SSD 900P 960GB we're looking at today retails for $1,300 at Newegg, so it raises the pricing bar further. In exchange, you get a 960GB drive decked out in adjustable LEDs, which is a first for an Intel SSD.
intel  ssd  gadgetluv 
13 days ago
Secret Hotkey Opens Windows 10’s New Emoji Picker in Any App
To open the emoji picker, hold the Windows key down and press either the period (.) or semicolon (;) key.
windows  How-to 
13 days ago
G Suite Updates Blog: Define rules to handle Gmail confidential mode messages
As a G Suite admin, you can define rules to handle confidential mode messages sent from consumer users to G Suite users in your domain.
gsuite  How-to  email 
13 days ago
Android P Features: What's New in Google's Next OS
The Android P Beta is now available to download on Google's Pixel devices, as well as select flagship devices from Essential, Nokia, OnePlus, Sony, and other vendors. That's a change from past Android updates when betas were restricted to Google's Pixel and Nexus devices.
14 days ago
Real-time AI: Microsoft announces preview of Project Brainwave
Project Brainwave is a hardware architecture designed to accelerate real-time AI calculations. The Project Brainwave architecture is deployed on a type of computer chip from Intel called a field programmable gate array, or FPGA, to make real-time AI calculations at competitive cost and with the industry’s lowest latency
Microsoft  ai  innovation 
14 days ago
The Hide 'N Seek IoT Botnet Just Unlocked a New Achievement: Persistence | Secplicity - Security Simplified
The latest version of the malware discovered last week is the world’s first to gain persistence (the ability to survive a reboot) on infected devices.
iot  security 
14 days ago
Walmart to buy controlling stake in India's Flipkart for $16 bln | Reuters
The deal opens a new front in Walmart’s battle with Amazon, which had expressed interest in making a competing offer for a stake. Amazon now holds about 27 percent of India’s burgeoning e-commerce market, according to Euromonitor, where Walmart and only operates 21 cash-and-carry wholesale stores in the country that sell to businesses.
shopping  business 
14 days ago
Now Is a Terrible Time to Buy a Phone
It’s just not a good time to buy a smartphone, and things look to remain that way for at least another few weeks. If your once-trusty handset is burning a hole in your pocket, we suggest enduring the heat for just a little bit longer — at least until we see what OnePlus and HTC have been working on in the flesh.
mobile  gadgetluv 
14 days ago
Microsoft's Project Kinect for Azure sensor will be the eyes of the next-gen HoloLens | TechConnect
Microsoft debuted the fourth generation of its Kinect sensor on Monday, bringing the hardware inside the next-generation HoloLens to the company’s developer community. The Project Kinect for Azure sensor will be used to improve “artificial intelligence in the real world,” the company said.
Microsoft  Kinect  gadgetluv  ai 
15 days ago
Google I/O 2018: What's New with Google Assistant, Android P, Maps and More
The most amazing demo? Google Assistant carrying on a conversation on behalf of the user. But there's lots of compelling new features in Android P, as well, and it's available in beta today.
google  android  ai 
15 days ago
Abbott Addresses Life-Threatening Flaw in a Half-Million Pacemakers | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
The patch is part a planned series of updates that began with pacemakers, programmers and remote monitoring systems in 2017, following 2016 claims by researchers that the then-St. Jude’s cardiac implant ecosystem was rife with cybersecurity flaws that could result in “catastrophic results.”
iot  security  health 
15 days ago
Why I’m working less, and why you should too | Nonprofit AF
Working for a nonprofit is all-consuming. I know you know what that is like. Our work is often not confined to a 9-to-5. It is often in the evenings, on the weekends, sometimes in the bathroom on the phone (hey, whatever it takes to get that online grant application submitted). Even when we aren’t at the office, we are thinking about work, worrying about clients and payroll and programs and reports. And we never feel that we are doing enough, that we ourselves are enough.
nonprofit  leadership 
16 days ago
HDMI 2.1: What You Need to Know |
HDMI 2.0 was the real step that enabled 4K video to gain momentum. HDMI 1.4 supported 4K resolution at up to 30 frames per second, but HDMI 2.0's 4K60 compatibility set the standard for watching 4K content on a 4K TV. HDMI 2.1 skips the 30fps step for 8K (7,680 by 4,320) and jumps straight to enabling the new, much higher resolution at 60fps. Technically, the standard supports up to 10K resolution in terms of sheer bandwidth, but 10K hasn't actually been defined
16 days ago
Why We Should Be Disagreeing More at Work
Disagreements are an inevitable, normal, and healthy part of relating to other people. There is no such thing as a conflict-free work environment. You might dream of working in a peaceful utopia, but it wouldn’t be good for your company, your work, or you. In fact, disagreements — when managed well — have lots of positive outcomes. Here are a few.
management  leadership 
16 days ago
Bring in the Nerds: EFF Introduces Actual Encryption Experts to U.S. Senate Staff | Electronic Frontier Foundation
“We’re not looking at privacy versus security. Instead, we’re looking at efficiency of law enforcement investigations versus security, and there are other ways of improving the efficiency of investigations without harming security,”
policy  privacy  security  eff 
18 days ago
Secret Windows Hotkey Restarts Your Graphics Card Drivers
To restart your graphics drivers, press Win+Ctrl+Shift+B on your keyboard.
windows  How-to 
19 days ago
MacBook Pro Owners Demand Recall Over Failing Keyboards
Apple blogger John Gruber is also quoted in the petition, and he says that "This keyboard has to be one of the biggest design screwups in Apple history."
apple  keyboard 
19 days ago
Galaxy S10 Leak Reveals Key Features
Chief among those features you can't find elsewhere is a virtual fingerprint sensor baked into the screen. According to the report, which cited sources and was earlier discovered by BGR, Samsung is planning to bundle a virtual sensor in the smartphone, but it could nix the idea if manufacturing problems continue to plague its smartphones.
samsung  mobile  gadgetluv  rumor 
19 days ago
Fix PCs no longer recognized in network after Windows 10 version 1803 upgrade - gHacks Tech News
While there are plenty of possible explanations for PCs not showing up anymore when you try to access them, chance is high that a change in the Spring Creators Update version of Windows 10 is responsible for the issue.
windows  How-to 
20 days ago
Office 365 ProPlus Users Basically Already Have Office 2019
Microsoft will take the version of Office 2016 now available to Office 365 ProPlus users—that Office 2016 is different from what’s still sold as a one-time purchase of Office 2016—freeze the code, and call it Office 2019. Not surprisingly, though, even at the launch of Office 2019, Office 365 ProPlus will hold the advantage, Microsoft pledged.

It increasingly feels like Office 365 is the “real” version of Office, and the version available for onetime purchase is mostly an afterthought. I wonder how much longer Microsoft will even offer it.
Microsoft  office  365 
21 days ago
Signal >> Blog >> Amazon threatens to suspend Signal's AWS account over censorship circumvention
With Google Cloud and AWS out of the picture, it seems that domain fronting as a censorship circumvention technique is now largely non-viable in the countries where Signal had enabled this feature. The idea behind domain fronting was that to block a single site, you’d have to block the rest of the internet as well. In the end, the rest of the internet didn’t like that plan.
amazon  google  policy  signal  privacy 
21 days ago
Workplace by Facebook launches 50 SaaS integrations and bot directory | VentureBeat
With new integrations, enterprise software can appear or be called upon in company groups or in conversations on Work Chat to do things like send updates or let employees quickly check on the performance of a Marketo campaign or SurveyMonkey poll. Launching today alongside access to new services is a directory of corresponding bots for private or group conversations. For example, the ADP bot will be able to answer employee questions about their paycheck or tell them when their paycheck was sent.
facebook  productivity 
22 days ago
Collaboration - Salesforce Trailblazer Community
I found this solution in a community post. It is a formula that converts the last 5 digits of the ID to a unique number. These 5 digits have been sufficient for me in my org. You may want to extend this to add more digits.


salesforce  How-to 
22 days ago
Volkswagen Cars Vulnerable To Flaws The Company Won't Patch
The researchers found a service in the Golf system that allowed for reading arbitrary files from storage. This flaw was later turned into full remote code execution, but the payload could be delivered only through a Wi-Fi connection, which means the potential for attack is more limited, at least for now. In the future, as cars become more digital, malicious Wi-Fi hotspots could pose the same security risk to cars that update over-the-air, as they do today for laptop or smartphone owners that connect to said hotspots.
cars  security 
22 days ago
Open source software for creating private and public clouds.
OpenStack software controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, managed through a dashboard or via the OpenStack API. OpenStack works with popular enterprise and open source technologies making it ideal for heterogeneous infrastructure.
cloud  resources  open-source 
23 days ago
What could happen to your wireless prices if T-Mobile and Sprint merge
The overall cost of wireless service has come down 19% in the last five years, according to government statistics. And T-Mobile has gained market share — mostly at the expense of Sprint, not its two larger rivals.
wireless  business 
23 days ago
Use Windows 10’s New “Free Up Space” Tool to Clean Up Your Hard Drive
To find this new tool, head to Settings > System > Storage. Click the “Free Up Space Now” link under Storage Sense. If you don’t see that option here, the April 2018 Update hasn’t been installed on your PC yet.
windows  How-to 
23 days ago
Sprint and T-Mobile agree to combine in all-stock deal -
After the government nixed AT&T's attempt to buy the company in 2011, T-Mobile led the way in many consumer-friendly changes, such as ditching two-year contracts and bringing back unlimited data plans. Consumers are paying less for cellphone service thanks to T-Mobile's influence on the industry and the resulting price wars.

"T-Mobile does not need a merger with Sprint to succeed, but Sprint might need one to survive," Piecyk wrote in a research note.
sprint  t-mobile  wireless  business 
24 days ago
How It Works: Internet of Things - YouTube
The Internet of Things gives us access to the data from millions of devices. But how does it work, and what can we do with all that data? Find out in this animated tutorial from IBM's Think Academy. For more information on IBM and the Internet of Things, please visit:
27 days ago
The Smarter Nonprofit's Guide to Ransomware - Tech Networks of BostonTech Networks of Boston
What does all this mean for small to medium-sized businesses? In order to protect your organization from cyber threats, you need to keep ransomware and cybersecurity top-of-mind and educate your employees about this destructive type of malware and the damage it can do to your business.
27 days ago
Should our nonprofit get cybersecurity insurance? – NTEN
If you look at your risks and see a lot of financial risk that could be effectively transferred to an insurance company through cybersecurity insurance, then the answer is a resounding YES. But please check with your existing insurance carrier to see what cybersecurity insurance you already have.
management  nonprofit 
27 days ago
What’s New in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS “Bionic Beaver”, Available Now
Despite the axing of Unity, Ubuntu’s desktop software remains largely the same. Ubuntu still includes Firefox, Thunderbird, and LibreOffice. The default file manager is the same Nautilus file manager it’s always been. You still install software via the GNOME Software application. The Settings app has a new interface, but it’s simple to use and its convenient search button should make it easy to find the settings you need.
27 days ago
picklist value not showing up - Answers - Salesforce Trailblazer Community
In Setup, navigate to the Record Type settings for the object/record. At the bottom of the screen you'll see "Picklists available for editing." Edit the picklist in question and make sure the value you want is on the right hand side.
salesforce  How-to 
27 days ago
The ASRock X299 Extreme4 Motherboard Review: $200 Entry To HEDT
At $200, it is the least expensive X299 motherboard we have tested, but still has a plethora of features including USB 3.1 ports, dual M.2 slots, premium audio, as well as SLI and Crossfire support. The mid-range feature set on an entry-level board makes for an intriguing selection. 
asrock  gadgetluv  pcparts 
27 days ago
Police Shut Down Major DDoS-for-Hire Service | News & Opinion |
Today, law enforcement pulled the plug on, the world's biggest marketplace for distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. Police seized's servers, meaning details of the 136,000 registered users have probably been exposed to law enforcement.
27 days ago
Microsoft Is Working on Windows 10 Lean Edition | News & Opinion |
Microsoft aims to achieve that by cutting features rather than compatibility. So, while legacy apps will continue to work, users of Lean will lose access to Internet Explorer and the Registry Editor, for example. Think of any app or feature a user is very unlikely to want to use on such low-end devices, and it's probably not available in the Lean build.
Microsoft  windows 
27 days ago
Snapchat's Second-Gen Spectacles Have Arrived | News & Opinion |
Launched Thursday, the new smart specs are the same shape as the originals, but the temple area of the frame, which houses most of the wearable's electronics, is about a third smaller. That gives them a smaller profile and makes them more comfortable to wear, Snap said.
snapchat  glasses  gadgetluv 
27 days ago
Cybersecurity of smart medical devices, hospital networks is top priority for the FDA - Bitdefender BOX Blog
In an attempt to fix the problem, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is pushing for stronger security in smart medical devices and demands they come with in-built software and firmware update features, according to the action planreleased earlier this week.
iot  security 
28 days ago
Intel Document Leaks X399, Confirms Cannon Lake Support For Z390
The second big reveal in the document is the existence of a successor to the X299 chipset. A new high-end desktop (HEDT) chipset called the X399 is coming. That name is the same as AMD’s existing X399 chipset that the Threadripper processors use. When AMD took the name “B350” before Intel did, Intel chose to use “B360” instead. It looks like Intel isn’t backing down this time, so we don’t know how this situation of overlapping names will work out.
intel  cpu 
28 days ago
Drew Cloud Is a Well-Known Expert on Student Loans. One Problem: He’s Not Real. - The Chronicle of Higher Education
And on Monday, as The Chronicle continued to seek comment, Cloud suddenly evaporated. His once-prominent placement on The Student Loan Report had been removed. His bylines were replaced with "SLR Editor." Matherson confirmed on Tuesday that Cloud was an invention.
28 days ago
Intel HD 630 BSOD with APC_INDEX_MISMATCH igdkm... |Intel Communities
Hi. The problem still occurs. I have been able to get around the issue by setting the monitors to never turn off, but I really don't like wasting power to get around a driver bug. If I leave the monitors set to turn off after xx time, and it hits that time, when I go to wake up the screens (computer is not in sleep mode), that is when the BSOD occurs, almost every time.
asus  windows 
28 days ago
How Nonprofits Can Make the Most of Free and Pro Bono Technology to Engage Volunteers - Idealware
If you’re a nonprofit on a budget (and aren’t we all), maybe you’re investigating or using donated software. Don’t overlook the opportunity for donated expertise to help you get the most out of that software donation. Pro bono projects, when well designed, can multiply the impact of free technology.
nonprofit  management 
28 days ago
Our mission is to help you sell and ship stuff directly to your fans for a fraction of the cost and effort of doing it yourself. Blackbox works like a co-op: if we all go in together, we get the cheapest pricing, the fastest shipping, and the best service. The shipping is fast. We pay your sales tax. You can customize the packaging and the inserts. It’s pretty great.

We think the future will favor independent creators selling their own products, without publishers or bloodsucking middlemen taking most of the money. In fact, we’re betting the company on it.
business  shopping 
28 days ago
Samsung 970 EVO SSD Rating - Tom's Hardware
With the older 950 and 960 series, Samsung's custom NVMe driver increased performance along with power consumption. It appears the new driver has the opposite effect–performance and power consumption are both lower.
samsung  ssd  gadgetluv  storage 
29 days ago
MS Excel: How to use the SUBSTITUTE Function (WS)
The syntax for the SUBSTITUTE function in Microsoft Excel is:

SUBSTITUTE( text, old_text, new_text, [nth_appearance] )
Excel  How-to 
29 days ago
Hyperconverged Infrastructure for Simplified Hybrid IT | HPE™
HPE Hyper Converged solutions provide a simple, efficient, software-defined platform that combines everything below the hypervisor, delivering the agility and economics of cloud with the enterprise capabilities of on-prem infrastructure
hp  server 
29 days ago
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