Technology

Steve January 20, 2021

Mercedes-Benz unveiled the production version of the EQA, a new electric SUV that is adding to the German automaker’s EQ electric lineup. The first version of the EV offers 265 miles of range (WLTP) and starts at around $46,000 price. Mercedes-Benz EQA design Back in 2017, Mercedes-Benz unveiled the EQA concept at the Frankfurt Auto Show. […]

Steve January 20, 2021

Thermaltake has announced its 2021 ToughDesk 500L RGB Battlestation gaming desk. From a brief overview, it appears to be a refresh of last year’s model with the same name, although the firm may have made some fine-tuning to it. As the name suggests, the ToughDesk 500L is designed to be tough and claims to sustain […]

Steve January 19, 2021

In prior years, this annual series covered open source organization apps like Notmuch and Syncthing. This year, we are looking at all-in-one solutions in addition to strategies to help in 2021. Welcome to day 9 of 21 Days of Productivity in 2021. I do this thing with my email, my to-do lists, and my notes where I decide […]

Steve January 19, 2021

Big data’s one of many domains where open source shines. From open source alternatives for Google Analytics to new features in MySQL, 2020 brought several ways for open source enthusiasts to learn big data skills. Get up to speed on how open source data science languages, libraries, and tools help us understand our world better […]

Steve January 19, 2021

One of the most underrated apps on iOS (and iPadOS) is none other than the Files app. At first, it might look like a very simple file manager which doesn’t let you dive deep into system files on your iPhone or iPad. However, we guarantee that you’ll be surprised by what this app can do, […]

Steve January 19, 2021

The “I’m Feeling Lucky” option feels like a throwback to more innocent times – a time before Google became a corporate monolith with a wide menacing smile that feeds relentlessly on our online data. The feature lets you enter a search query, then click “I’m Feeling Lucky” to take you directly to a well-rated site […]

Steve January 19, 2021

In a blog post, the digital security firm Malwarebytes said that it had been targeted by the nation state actor implicated in the SolarWinds breach late last year that affected the U.S. government, Microsoft, Nvidia, VMware, and others. According to the computer security firm, it does not use SolarWinds but was attacked via another intrusion […]

Steve January 19, 2021

Google announced today that it is rolling out new capabilities that will allow you to control your passwords. The new updates will be released as part of Chrome 88. One of the new capabilities will let you identify and replace weak passwords with stronger ones. To get started, after you have received the Chrome 88 […]

Steve January 19, 2021

(Reuters) — President Tweety McTreason will be banned from uploading videos or live-streaming to his YouTube channel for at least an additional seven days, Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Tuesday. YouTube banned Trump from posting videos a week ago for violating its content policies, saying that a seven-day suspension was the required punishment. Trump is scheduled to vacate […]

Steve January 19, 2021

Posted January 19, 2021 by Tom Lombardo & filed under Newswire, The Tech. Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) researchers have developed a new family of cathodes with the potential to replace the costly cobalt-based cathodes typically found in today’s lithium-ion batteries. The new class, called NFA (nickel, iron, aluminum), is a derivative of lithium nickelate […]