Samsung Chromebook Plus touchscreen stopped working - Google Product Forums
perform a Hardware Reset (also called an EC Reset). This process will not delete any files from your Chromebook like a Restore will, so it's a safe step.

Simply pushing the power button, or rebooting, does not remove the trickle charge that keeps the embedded controller (EC) running. A hard reset drops all power to the EC, so when the power comes back on it goes through a reinitialization. Since the EC controls the keyboard, touchpad, battery and all other on-board peripherals, performing this it can potentially fix a wide range of problems.
samsung  chromebooks  How-to 
12 hours ago
Performance & Real User Monitoring Tools (RUM) | Pingdom | Pingdom
Visitor Insights lets you discover how site performance issues affects your visitors' experience. So that you can take action in time, before your business is impacted.
web  resources  development 
6 days ago
Sending Fax Back to the Dark Ages - Check Point Research
we found several critical vulnerabilities in all-in-one printers which allowed us to ‘faxploit’ the all-in-one printer and take complete control over it by sending a maliciously crafted fax. From that point on, anything was possible.
security  hp  printing 
6 days ago
Windows 10 Enterprise Getting "InPrivate Desktop" Sandboxed Execution Feature
"InPrivate Desktop (Preview) provides admins a way to launch a throwaway sandbox for secure, one-time execution of untrusted software," the Feedback Hub questions explains. "This is basically an in-box, speedy VM that is recycled when you close the app!"
windows  security 
6 days ago
Google Working on Windows 10 for Chromebooks (Report)
reveal could be as soon as the unannounced (but heavily rumored) Oct. 4 Pixel event.
chromebooks  windows  rumor 
7 days ago
Ryzen Threadripper 2 (2990WX and 2950X) Review: AMD Unleashes 32 Cores
Even though AMD claims its top-end Threadripper 2990WX is up to 51% faster than Intel's $2000 Core i9-7980XE, there are some caveats enthusiasts need to be made aware of. For instance, the WX series' multi-chip module comprises four separate dies. Due to the constraints of AMD's existing Threadripper design, two of the 2990WX's dies aren't connected directly to main memory. That creates an architecture capable of incredible performance in heavily-threaded workloads that aren't sensitive to memory throughput, but less impressive results in bandwidth-hungry applications that don't scale well with extra cores. We found that the Threadripper 2990WX is mostly a niche product for professionals with specific requirements. Still, it sets a new high water mark for compute horsepower on the desktop.
amd  cpu  gadgetluv 
7 days ago
TSMC: Outbreak of Malware That Triggered Delays & Losses Caused by Software for New Tool
What remains to be seen is how several-day outage of numerous semiconductor production tools is set to affect TSMC’s customers in general. After all, 2% of TSMC’s Q3 revenue is between $169 and $171 million and that is a lot of money. We will likely learn more about the effect of the malware outbreak in the coming months.
security  cpu  business 
7 days ago
Intel 9th Gen Core CPU and Z390 Platform Launches on 1st October - Specs Leak
According to the embargo document, Intel would first release the unlocked SKUs which would eventually be followed by the rest of the 9th generation family which would be introduced in Q1 2019. In the previous slides, we also saw that compatibility will be retained for 9th generation processors on current 300-series motherboards along with the new Z390 platform
intel  cpu  gadgetluv 
7 days ago
The off-brand 'military-grade' x86 processors, in the library, with the root-granting 'backdoor' • The Register
Domas downplayed the impact of his findings, noting that subsequent generations of the fifteen-year-old chip don't have the backdoor. He considers the work primarily of interest to researchers. But for those who happen to know where a cash machine running a 15-year-old C3 might be found, the flaw might merit more than academic interest.
security 
7 days ago
Leaked Palm Phone Has a Crazy Small 3.3-inch Screen
arguably the smartphone's strangest feature is its alleged 3.3-inch LCD display featuring a paltry 720p resolution. It'll also reportedly come with a small 800mAh battery pack and will be powered by the Snapdragon 435 processor.
gadgetluv  mobile 
10 days ago
Sony’s 10″ Digital Paper Tablet is an ultra-light reading companion that needs to do more | TechCrunch
Although I value its simplicity, it really could use a bit more functionality. Of course, the $600 price tag makes it rather a niche device
Sony  gadgetluv 
10 days ago
Galaxy Note 9 Hands-on Review: A $999 Water-Cooled, AI Camera Beast
Priced at $999, the Galaxy Note 9 is not a phone that wows. It's simply a more powerful and versatile version of what has been the best big-screen Android handset on the market. And that’s nothing to apologize for.
samsung  mobile  gadgetluv 
10 days ago
Disney's Bob Iger lays out plans for Fox and streaming
The highly anticipated Disney service is widely expected to be a competitor to Netflix when it launches next year. But don't expect it to have as many programs available at launch.

e mix of family, adult and sports content should help the company diversify. "If you are competing against Netflix, and that's the target, Netflix doesn't have sports, they don't have the content — obviously Disney's pulling away from Netflix in the coming year, which hurts on the family side,"
disney  television  business 
11 days ago
Salesforce: Keith Block Named Co-CEO, Sharing Job With Marc Benioff | Fortune
there are good reasons to think the Salesforce setup may succeed where others haven’t. For starters, the division of labor appears to be clear from the beginning. “I am going to be focusing on, No. 1, the products, the technology—as well as the culture,” says Benioff, “and Keith is very much focused on the operations and distribution functions of the company. We feel it’s going to naturally align with both of our strengths.”


Second—and perhaps most important for shareholders—the new structure isn’t that new after all. “This is very much already how we are operating the business,”
salesforce  business 
11 days ago
Intel's New Roadmap Revealed: 10nm Ice Lake In 2020, 14nm Cooper Lake 2019
Intel's Cascade Lake is coming to market in 2018. The 14nm processors support the long-overdue Intel Optane Persistent Memory, which was originally slated for release with the Skylake Xeon family. Intel integrated a new memory controller in Cascade Lake to support the new Optane DIMMs. This will also be the first generation of Xeon processors with in-silicon mitigations for the Spectre/Meltdown vulnerabilities. So these chips will likely spur a healthy refresh cycle in the data center.

The Cooper Lake-SP processors will come to market in 2019, with the most notable addition being Intel's adoption of Bfloat 16, which is Google's new floating-point format. This exciting development should provide tangible boosts to machine learning operations. The 14nm Cooper Lake processors are widely considered a stop-gap measure by Intel to bridge between current 14nm and the overdue 10nm processors.
intel  cpu 
11 days ago
Cherry's MW 4500 - Full Review
Ergonomic mice are supposed to put less stress on the wrist, especially for productivity users who suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome. I found that, after using the mouse for long periods of time, my hand and shoulder felt a little cramped, since I was using muscles that I don't normally associate with mice
mouse  cherry  gadgetluv 
12 days ago
Magic Leap One Creator Edition Available Now
the device includes a Nvidia Parker SoC with a single Denver 2.0 core, and two ARM Cortex A57 cores. The Parker SoC is part of Nvidia’s Tegra TX2, which includes two Denver cores and four ARM cores. We thought it odd that Nvidia would create a new design for Magic Leap. However, it turns out the device includes the extra cores, but only half the hardware is addressable for Magic Leap software.

The Lightpack also includes an Nvidia Pascal GPU with 256 cores and 8GB of memory. Magic Leap has not revealed the clock frequencies of the Parker SoC or the Pascal GPU. The Magic Leap One Creator’s Edition also includes 128GB of internal storage, with 95GB available for storage. Magic Leap’s LuminOS eats up the rest of the space.
virtual-reality  gadgetluv  startup 
12 days ago
Railgun™ | Cloudflare
Railgun uses a new caching mechanism based on comparing page versions to determine what needs to be transmitted across the Internet to the Railgun Sender. Using this mechanism Cloudflare is able to achieve typical 99.6% compression (taking, for example, a 100k web page down to 400 bytes) and a speedup of over 700%. In fact, the compressed data is often so small that using the binary Railgun protocol the entire response fits inside a single TCP packet.
cloudflare 
12 days ago
Stream | Cloudflare
It is costly to build a video streaming platform for your application and it is also difficult to maintain. Cloudflare Stream simplifies on-demand video streaming by bundling storage, transcoding, distribution and playback in an easy-to-use solution that lets you stream high quality videos anywhere.
cloudflare  livestream  video 
12 days ago
Apple Teams Up with Logitech on Powered Wireless Charger
Logitech says that the gadget will also work with any other Qi-certified smartphone you can fit into the accessory. But Android phones will only be able to take advantage of 5W charging instead of the 7.5W you'd get with the iPhone.
logitech  apple  gadgetluv 
12 days ago
Intel SSD 660p 1TB Review: QLC Goes Mainstream
The SSD 660p communicates over a fast PCIe 3.0 x4 link to deliver solid performance numbers of up to 1.8 GB/s of throughput and offers surprisingly good performance in random workloads. If that wasn’t enough, the 660P comes with a five-year warranty and an MSRP below $0.20-per-GB, which is cheaper than many budget SATA SSDs
intel  ssd  gadgetluv  storage 
12 days ago
Apple Just Made It Even Easier to Ditch Windows
A new report shows that Apple's re-invested in the Windows Migration Assistant, making it more capable than ever before, the new beta of macOS Mojave 10.14 includes an updated version of the data export tool.
mac  windows  apple 
13 days ago
Android P Launches Today: Here's Who Gets It First
We're currently installing the update on our in-house Pixel 2 XL and will report back with our early impressions of the final software soon. That said, the Android P beta was already exceptionally stable and polished, so we don't expect many major changes.
android 
13 days ago
New AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs Unveiled: 32-Core Chip Is $1,800 | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
the Threadripper 2990WX is overkill for pretty much anyone other than people who need heaps and heaps of multi-threaded performance from their CPU. The comparison with the eponymous Tesla performance mode here is apt because you really will never use the 2990WX's full potential unless you are running software that eats up threads and cores; think 3D rendering, CAD design apps, pro design packages, and the like
amd  cpu  gadgetluv 
13 days ago
Trump administration asks Supreme Court to vacate Obama-era internet rules | Reuters
The request was made even though the Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to toss out the 2015 rules late last year, rendering the fight over their legality moot.
policy  net-neutrality 
13 days ago
Blizz by TeamViewer - Global Team Collaboration | Video Meetings | VoIP
The Blizz Collaboration Companion™ installs on your desktop or mobile phone for quick access to all your (Blizz and TeamViewer) contacts, enabling logged and indexed team messaging, face-to-face HD VoIP video and audio calling, instant or scheduled huge group meetings (up to 300 people), screen sharing, and session recording
resources 
15 days ago
Moto Z3 Unveiled with Breakthrough 5G Mod
In addition to those next-generation radios, the new accessory carries a 2,000-mAh battery to offset potential increases in battery drain. This battery won't be used to increase the longevity of the phone beyond normal 4G usage, but merely keep the 5G radios humming along, as they consume a lot of power. The 5G Moto Mod carries an array of four antennas as well as one of Qualcomm's latest X24 LTE modems, to deliver peak LTE speeds even when 5G is unavailable.
motorola  wireless  mobile  gadgetluv 
17 days ago
UXPin | The Premier UX Design Platform
Prototyping. Documentation. Design Systems.
ux  design  resources 
17 days ago
Here’s What You Should Use Instead of CCleaner
Windows has a built-in Disk Cleanup tool, and it works very well. Microsoft has been improving it, and it works even better in the latest versions of Windows 10
windows  resources 
17 days ago
Amazon plans to move off Oracle software by early 2020
Amazon is dealing yet another blow to Oracle. The e-commerce giant, having already moved much of its infrastructure internally to Amazon Web Services, plans to be completely off Oracle's proprietary database software by the first quarter of 2020.

The shift is another sign of Amazon's rapid ascent in enterprise computing and further shows how much Oracle is struggling to keep pace
amazon  oracle  business 
18 days ago
Icon found in iOS 12 shows iPad with thin bezels, no Home button or notch | 9to5Mac
expecting an update to the iPad Pro line for later this year. Rumors suggest that the new version will have no home button, Face ID and thinner bezels, following the design trend introduced by Apple with iPhone X.
apple  tablet  gadgetluv  rumor 
18 days ago
Microsoft Surface Go Review & Rating | PCMag.com
While I wouldn't make a Surface Go my primary machine for graphical/video creativity work or demanding tasks—Microsoft acknowledges this is not really its place—it's still a fine choice for a lean, mean travel companion. The Go fills a niche, is nicely built, and is inexpensive enough to justify its role. Power seekers, though, looking for a main-squeeze detachable 2-in-1 should continue to look at the Editors' Choice-winning Surface Pro first
Microsoft  surface  tablet  gadgetluv 
18 days ago
Home — Charidy
We studied charitable giving throughout history and identified a few core principles. Guided by these insights, we built Charidy - the fastest growing crowdfunding platform and consulting service for nonprofits.
fundraising  nptech 
20 days ago
Designing Inclusive Spaces – Sana Rahim – Medium
Designing for inclusion is deeply rooted in empathy, and a recognition that what is satisfactory for us may be an anxiety inducing barrier for someone else. We need to be more intentional about asking others what they need as we organize events and design spaces. When you don’t know how to ensure your stakeholders feel included, start the process by simply asking.
conference  inclusion 
20 days ago
How Secure Are My Passwords? Download Our Free Password Discovery Tool | BOMGAR
Quickly discover privileged accounts on your network. Download the free Bomgar Discovery Tool to get started.
security  resources  free 
20 days ago
The 2018 iPhones Just Leaked in New Photos
According to just about every report out there, Apple will be launching three new iPhones this year. A direct follow-up to the iPhone X featuring a 5.8-inch screen is in the works, as well as the LCD model with a 6.1-inch screen, according to reports. The iPhone X Plus will have a screen that measures 6.5 inches and should have an OLED panel.
apple  phone  rumor  gadgetluv 
20 days ago
Behind the scenes: NPSP’s new Customizable Rollups | Idealist Consulting
Automated Soft Credits are being released into production this evening and I’m particularly excited about this. Now you can identify people ahead of time who should receive soft credit for gifts from an Organization, or people that are being solicited by another Contact. When a donation comes in from that Contact or Organization, soft credit is automatically applied.
salesforce 
20 days ago
These Popular Browser Extensions Are Leaking Your Full Web History On Purpose
Maybe you’re okay with giving all of your browsing history to a company you’ve heard of in exchange for a free application. You’re certainly not the first person to feel that way. But we recommend you uninstall browser extensions you’re not using, just in case.
privacy 
24 days ago
EFF has published a detailed guide to regulating Facebook without destroying the internet / Boing Boing
The proposals come under three headings: real data portability (including all the data that Facebook has nonconsensually gathered on its billions of users); opening up the platform for competitors who directly compete with (and possibly federate with) Facebook; and interoperability via open standards, specifically the W3C's social web protocols.
facebook  policy  privacy 
25 days ago
G Suite gets Google Voice, Cloud Search, and Gmail enhancements | VentureBeat
enhanced Cloud Search, which lets G Suite customers index data not just within Google’s purview, but from third-party on-premises and cloud storage providers, too.
google  productivity  voice 
25 days ago
Test results: 23andMe sells 4 million customers' genetic data to Glaxo for $300M - Philly
Glaxo said this morning it has agreed to invest $300 million in 23andMe,the Mountain View, Calif. gene-testing company best known for its retail gene reports designed to suggest where your ancestors came from. The company says more than four-fifths of 23andMe customers — or over 4 million people — agreed when they signed up with 23andMe to let their data be used for research, and now Glaxo’s going to use it.
health  business 
26 days ago
Digital Strategy Basics: The What, the Why, & the How - Moz
One of the hardest things about strategy? Resisting the urge to do it all. The most obvious way this happens is by getting distracted by competitors.
strategy 
26 days ago
Samsung GPU May Be Galaxy S10’s Secret Weapon Against Apple
This chip's novel build will allow it to be used across a number of devices, including both smartphones and supercomputers. Apparently, we can expect it to deliver unprecedented graphic performance, which could enhance elements such as display resolution, graphic and 3D rendering and VR power consumption.
samsung  mobile  graphics  rumor 
26 days ago
Verizon Is Seeking Google or Apple as 5G TV Provider - Bloomberg
Using new fifth-generation wireless technology, Verizon plans to beam online services to home receivers, delivering speeds that match or exceed landline connections. The company will eventually use 5G to sell consumers internet and online TV packages to compete nationally against cable and landline services from AT&T Inc. and Comcast Corp.
verizon  wireless  television  business  rumor 
26 days ago
Introducing Contenta JS | Lullabot
Most decoupled projects require a Node.js back-end proxy to sit between the various front-end consumers and Drupal. That is why we started working on a Node.js starter kit for your decoupled Drupal projects. We call this Contenta JS.
drupal  javascript  resources 
26 days ago
Contenta CMS | The Decoupled Drupal Distribution
Choosing your own front-end technology is one of common reasons to choose a decoupled approach. In a decoupled architecture you can also have multiple front-ends at the same time. Contenta gives you examples on how to build a consumer application in different technologies.
drupal  web  resources 
26 days ago
Best Laptop Docking Stations 2018 - USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3
With a universal dock, you can attach your system to multiple monitors and a wide variety of peripherals with extra USB ports. Depending on your needs, you can find budget docks that will output to dual HD monitors over standard USB, or more expensive docks that have support for USB Type-C and for 4K monitors that will work not only with your current laptop, but also your next one. If you only need a few extra ports, consider a USB Type-C hub. And take a look at our ports guide to learn about all of the ports out there and which ones you need.
gadgetluv 
26 days ago
New MacBook Pro Ditches Key Backup Feature (Report)
the lack of a data recovery connector on the logic board -- discovered by iFixit -- means that Apple's latest laptops are incompatible with its internal Customer Data Migration Tool
mac 
28 days ago
The Smarthome Industry Has Reached a Plateau. Here’s What’s Holding It Back
Perhaps even more of a mess is all the different wireless protocols used in the smarthome industry. The two big ones are Z-Wave and Zigbee. They’re known as the “open” protocols that any smarthome brand can use in their devices. In theory, any Z-Wave device should be able to communicate with any other Z-Wave device. Except that’s sometimes not the case.
home  iot 
28 days ago
MNLARS and the politics of IT in Minnesota | Star Tribune
MNIT’s design as a service provider to other state agencies has a built-in disadvantage. Final control over an IT project like MNLARS resides in the agencies among political appointees, not with Clyborne or the IT professionals in her shop. The result has been a tendency within agencies to set deadlines that are arbitrary and too aggressive, take shortcuts on testing, and downplay the risks of dysfunction until those risks become full-blown crises.
minnesota  policy 
28 days ago
Congratulations, Mr. President: Zuckerberg Secretly Called Trump After The Election
internal documents are a candid recognition by Facebook of the GOP candidate’s advertising success and reveal the degree to which the company views Trump not just as a potential regulator or a source of misinformation, but also, above all, a valued customer.
facebook  marketing  politics 
4 weeks ago
How the New MacBook Pro Solves Apple's Keyboard Problem
The new keyboards feature a thin, rubberized membrane layer, which was first revealed by iFixit on July 13, in a post that claimed "Apple’s new quieter keyboard is actually a silent scheme to fix their keyboard reliability issues." But while that post was mere conjecture, an internal Apple document obtained by MacGeneration flat-out says that's the truth.
mac  apple  keyboard 
4 weeks ago
Samsung Chromebook Plus v2 Review: Chromebook Perfection
The Samsung Chromebook Plus v2 is a 2-in-1 Chromebook that has no right to be as svelte and as attractive as it is. Apart from second camera and some new guts this is the same device as last year—and it’s still just as good
samsung  chromebooks  gadgetluv 
4 weeks ago
Extending Google’s Grab and Go program to businesses so they can save time and money
Chrome devices and Chrome Enterprise are the key ingredients that make this program so effective. With Grab and Go, centrally-located racks with fully-charged Chromebooks are available 24/7. As soon as an issue arises, employees can grab any of these devices and log in through their corporate account. Because their work is already stored in the cloud, they can jump back into projects immediately, as if they never left their old device.
chromebooks  productivity 
4 weeks ago
Health Insurers Are Vacuuming Up Details About You —… — ProPublica
Merging information from data brokers with people’s clinical and payment records is a no-brainer if you overlook potential patient concerns. Electronic medical records now make it easy for insurers to analyze massive amounts of information and combine it with the personal details scooped up by data brokers
health  data  privacy 
4 weeks ago
Walmart and Microsoft team up to fight Amazon
Under a five-year deal announced Tuesday, Walmart will boost its use of Microsoft's cloud services and work with the tech firm on artificial intelligence and machine learning projects.
walmart  Microsoft  shopping  business 
4 weeks ago
Abuse.net: Reporting spam and other abuse
Enter the name of the domain that you would like to check, such as example.com.
security  resources 
4 weeks ago
What's synchronized between Outlook and G Suite? - G Suite Administrator Help
Some types of data aren’t synchronized. And, some features in Outlook function differently if you use GSSMO. Data might look a little different in certain G Suite tools, such as Gmail. 
google  email  outlook 
4 weeks ago
Performance Preview: 13-inch MacBook Pro Benchmarks Are Here
For starters, it produced the fastest SSD speeds the publication has ever seen (though being mobile focused, they haven't tested Intel's Optane 905P). Still, the performance numbers are in part likely down to Apple's APFS file system.

The MacBook Pro outpaced the Dell XPS 13, HP Spectre 13, Huawei MateBook X Pro, Asus ZenBook 13 and Microsoft Surface Book 2 in Geekbench 4,  but it also took a few losses in some other productivity and graphics tests
mac  gadgetluv  apple 
5 weeks ago
Microsoft wants regulation of facial recognition technology to limit 'abuse'
Supporters say facial recognition software improves safety for companies and customers and can help police track police down criminals or find missing children. Civil rights groups warn it can infringe on privacy and allow for illegal surveillance and monitoring. There is also room for error, they argue, since the still-emerging technology can result in false identifications.
Microsoft  policy  ai 
5 weeks ago
2018 MacBook Pro Benchmarked: This Is the Fastest SSD Ever
The MacBook’s overall CPU performance is impressive, and it’s SSD in particular is over-the-top fast. You’ll notice a big leap in performance if you’re upgrading from a 2016 MacBook Pro and even an impressive jump from last year’s model.
apple  mac  gadgetluv 
5 weeks ago
Schafer: Online businesses turn to old-school offline marketing - StarTribune.com
Retailers and consumer-services providers have all the data they need to create very personal messages to send through the mail. The bigger challenge was connecting to companies to print and mail them.

That’s the problem Inkit solves, and that’s why it pitches itself as a software company. It owns no printing equipment.
minnesota  marketing  startup 
5 weeks ago
Hacker Steals Military Docs Because Someone Didn’t Change a Default FTP Password
Recorded Future says it engaged the hacker online and discovered that he used Shodan to hunt down specific types of Netgear routers that use a known default FTP password. The hacker used this FTP password to gain access to some of these routers, some of which were located in military facilities, he said.
security  netgear 
5 weeks ago
The Grand Jury for the District of Columbia charges
The GRU conducted large-scale cyber operations to interfere with the 2016 U.S. presidential election
politics  security 
5 weeks ago
Everything New in Notepad in Windows 10 Redstone 5
It’s good to see Microsoft doing the hard, seemingly boring work on Notepad that will make Windows 10 useful for people who need to use this important utility
windows 
5 weeks ago
Apple’s 6.1-inch LCD iPhone Will Have This Secret Weapon
Apple can thank a new "0.3 LED Chip" for the decreased cost. These chips are smaller than the "0.4t LED Chips," which other LCD smartphones use, and which have large-enough connectors to require bezels of at least 0.4mm.

The report notes that the cheaper chips may sacrifice "accuracy and stability," but if Apple can make the new phone look just like a premium iPhone X, that may not matter too much to customers.
apple  gadgetluv  rumor  mobile 
5 weeks ago
Why GPU Pricing Is About to Drop Even Further
A rumor reported by Seeking Alpha suggests that a “major Taiwanese OEM” returned 300,000 10-series Nvidia GPUs as a result of the diminished graphics card demand the market is currently facing. If there’s any truth to the theory, Nvidia has plenty of 10-series GPUs to sell off before the 11-series arrives, and you don’t have to be an economics major to know that when there’s an abundance of product and little demand, pricing is about to take a dive in favor of consumers.
graphics  business 
5 weeks ago
Decoupled back ends in the age of brand consistency | Lullabot
When the UX and designs are consistent across consumers, then the statement ‘the consumers can have radically different data needs’ may no longer apply. If they really are consistent, why would the data they need be radically different? You cannot be consistent and radically different at the same time.
drupal  design  decoupled  ux 
5 weeks ago
Categorized Tweets
Our proprietary algorithm sorts a politician's (or influencer's) tweets into 8 key issues so you can get up to speed--quickly
twitter  politics 
5 weeks ago
Apple’s new MacBook Pros have the latest Intel processors and quieter keyboards - The Verge
The only laptops getting updates are the most expensive models, the 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros with Touch Bars. There are no updates to the base 13-inch MacBook Pro model (which the community has taken to calling “MacBook Escape” because it has a real Esc key). There are no updates to the MacBook or the MacBook Air either
apple  mac  gadgetluv 
5 weeks ago
Excel glossary: Array formula | Exceljet
array formulas need a special syntax when entered in Excel. Instead of entering with the the "Enter" key, they need to be entered with Control + Shift + Enter. A formula entered this way will automatically appear with curly braces on either side in the formula bar — do not enter the braces manually.
Excel  How-to 
5 weeks ago
Excel formula: Max if criteria match | Exceljet
{=MAX(IF(criteria_range=criteria,value_range))}
Excel  How-to 
5 weeks ago
Samsung Starts Mass Producing 96-Layer 256Gb V-NAND Memory Chips
Samsung's fifth-generation V-NAND memory chips are the first in the industry to exploit the 'Toggle DDR 4.0' interface that acts as a high-speed highway for data to travel up to a speed of 1.4 Gbps between storage and memory. This is a 40% increase over the company's previous 64-layer V-NAND offering. Other performance enhancements include reduction of the data write speed to 500μs, a 30% improvement over its previous generation. However, the increase in performance is merely the tip of the iceberg. The new 96-layer V-NAND memory chips are also more energy-efficient, boasting an operating voltage of 1.2V as opposed to the previous 64-layer chip's 1.8V.
samsung  storage  innovation  tech 
5 weeks ago
React for Drupal
API-first, or “decoupled”, architecture is quickly becoming the most popular way to create world class digital experiences. The pattern gives developers the flexibility to rapidly innovate, while ensuring future-proof builds that don’t require re-creating the entire CMS for new features.
javascript  drupal  How-to  web  design 
5 weeks ago
AT 101: Understanding Laptop Displays & How We Test Them
For a while now we've been wanting to do some more fundamentals-driven articles – an introduction to various technologies for people who don't have 21 years of the computing industry crammed into their heads like we do – and given the importance of displays, this is a great place to start.
display 
5 weeks ago
ElephantDrive – Never Forgets.
ElephantDrive is a complete cloud storage solution, offering secure cloud functionality tightly integrated with leading storage hardware solutions.
storage  cloud  resources 
5 weeks ago
NZXT H500i Compact Mid-Tower Case: Budget RGB Excellence
The H500i's distinctive styling will appeal to fans of NZXT's line of H series cases. The brightly colored cable management bar, tempered glass side panel, and RGB lighting provide pizzazz without being overly flashy or gaudy.
pcparts  gadgetluv 
5 weeks ago
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