Monthly Archives: August 2018

What’s on TV: ‘Ozark’ and ‘Jack Ryan’

This week Jason Bateman returns in season two of Ozark, while Amazon drops the first season of its high-profile Jack Ryan adaptation. Janelle James, Josh Johnson and Matteo Lane are among several comedians adding 15 minute sets in part two … Read the rest of this entry

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Samsung’s latest external Thunderbolt 3 SSD is all about speed

Samsung has revealed its first NVMe-based portable SSD, the Portable SSD X5, which is targeted at IT pros and content creators who need to transfer large files quickly. It has a read speed of up to 2,800MB/s and write speed … Read the rest of this entry

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Google helps veterans find civilian jobs that match their skills

When you leave the US military, it's not always clear how your skills will translate to a civilian job. You may end up taking a position below your aptitude simply because you underestimated your experience. Google, at least, believes it … Read the rest of this entry

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Dethleffs’ camping trailer uses EV tech to reduce towing strain

German automaker Dethleffs introduced the E.Home last year, an all-electric motorhome wrapped in solar panels. The company recently gave its cozy Coco camper-trailer the EV treatment as part of a new concept, adding an electric drive to reduce towing… Engadget … Read the rest of this entry

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YouTube adds watch time totals to its digital wellness features

In May, Google announced new features for Android P and YouTube that would help users better manage their screen time. And today, the company has announced an additional feature that will help people get a better grasp of just how … Read the rest of this entry

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The Morning After: An electric Mercedes SUV and Magic Leap’s art

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Other the weekend we took a more in-depth look at Magic Leap's mixed reality headset and NVIDIA's RTX claims. (FYI: If you'd prefer to get this in your inbox six days a week and … Read the rest of this entry

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Tesla’s Semi truck is traveling cross-country ‘alone’

Tesla's Semi truck has already made some city-to-city trips, but how does it fare on cross-country jaunts — you know, what it'll be doing when it enters service? Just fine, if you ask Elon Musk. In response to an Electrek … Read the rest of this entry

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UK reportedly plans its own satellite navigation system

Now that the UK likely won't be involved in the EU's Galileo positioning satellites, it's in a tough spot. How does it get the most accurate navigation technology it can once Brexit is official? By building its own satellite network, … Read the rest of this entry

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YouTube’s non-skippable ads are coming to more video creators

Starting next week, you might come across more YouTube ads that don't come with the option to skip to the video you want to watch. The video-sharing website has announced through its official Creator Insider account that it's rolling out … Read the rest of this entry

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US carrier promo offers free iCloud storage to iPhone upgraders

Apple isn't known for offering virtually any promos to iPhone buyers, let alone iCloud users, but it's making exceptions for both ahead of the 2018 iPhones. Reddit users have discovered a promo that lets subscribers to the four major US … Read the rest of this entry

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