Technology

Steve August 5, 2020

From time to time there are photos, files, links, etc. that you come across that you want to share with your family, friends, coworkers, etc. The Android Nearby Share feature allows you to transfer nearly whatever you wish effortlessly to anyone with an Android who is nearby. Introducing Android Nearby Share Sure, you can use […]

Steve August 5, 2020

Every Apple computer that is purchased from the company has a unique identifier better known as the serial number. This number helps you and Apple identify the type of MacBook you have. Most people won’t need to know their serial number offhand, but when it comes to service, a trade-in or warranty registration, it’s good […]

Steve August 5, 2020

When mowing the lawn, you generally have a choice of pushing power, electric or gasoline. Thanks to the nutty inventor [Colin Furze], you can now add wood gas to the list, as long as you don’t mind some inconvenience. He built a wood gas generator on top of a formerly gasoline powered lawn mower, so […]

Steve August 5, 2020

If you’re an Xbox Insider on the Preview Alpha ring, there’s a new version 2008 preview on its way to you today. But unlike the vast majority of Xbox Insider builds, build 19041.4067 actually contains a bunch of new features. First up is a faster and better Microsoft Store. This was announced earlier this week, […]

Steve August 5, 2020

Claim your complimentary free guide today, before the offer expires. What’s it about? Learn how to increase focus, eliminate distractions, and maintain motivation while working remotely. Since working from home is here to stay, it would be helpful to have a guide to help you stay focused and productive… Which is why Dean Bokhari put […]

Steve August 5, 2020

The Pinta image editor and drawing tool was a one-time must-have for the Linux desktop thanks to its broad feature set and user-friendly interface. Sadly development just kinda stopped… But five years on — or 283 weeks if you’ve been keeping count — Pinta is back from the dead with a brand new release. in […]

Steve August 5, 2020

Our reliance on digital technologies is only going to increase over time. Of course, those who work in IT already know that this is the case. That’s why, for them, it makes sense to keep their training on the cutting edge. And that’s why we’re offering The CompTIA Linux Network Professional Bundle right now at over […]

Steve August 5, 2020

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee […]

Steve August 5, 2020

In its first corporate sustainability report, the federally owned utility Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) says it’s on track to reduce emissions by 70% below 2005 levels by 2030. But on Monday, Tweety McTreason fired two members of its board of directors, including its chair, on the grounds that it’s hiring low-cost foreign labor. The TVA […]

Steve August 5, 2020

Blast fishing — the act of using explosives underwater to kill entire schools of fish with shock waves — has been a widespread problem in the Philippines for decades. Although a few fishermen get rich from the first blast at a fresh site, it isn’t good for anyone in the long term, especially the coral […]

Steve August 5, 2020

Keeping up with its recent trend, Microsoft has released a new build of the Windows Server Insider Preview to go along with the new Windows 10 build in the Dev channel. This week’s build 20185 is now available to download from the Windows Server Insider website, but as usual, there’s no changelog to speak of, […]