Razer’s gunmetal Blade Stealth is like dressing a gaming laptop in a suit

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 An all-black exterior, backlit triple snake logo and a keyboard with every color in the rainbow is often what kept corporate types and minimalists away from Razer’s laptop portfolio. Now for the first time, Razer is making a laptop with a new color scheme, with a basic backlit keyboard, sans snake light show — it’s … Continue reading Razer’s gunmetal Blade Stealth is like dressing a gaming laptop in a suit

Intel Compute Card is a Tiny Computer that Fits in Your Pocket

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Raspberry Pi exists for those who like to build computers, while the Intel Compute Card is a pocket-sized machine that’s ready to go. Available with a variety of processors (Intel’s 7th Gen vPro included), it can be configured with 4GB DDR3 RAM, and has integrated Bluetooth as well as Wi-Fi connectivity, making it perfect for … Continue reading Intel Compute Card is a Tiny Computer that Fits in Your Pocket

First impressions of Essential’s 360-degree camera attachment

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 Essential has a unique port around back on its debut Phone, which can handle data and power transfer, and which attaches to accessories via magnets. The first such accessory is Essential’s own 360 camera, which offers you an easy way to capture immersive images and video in a very small package. The Essential 360 camera … Continue reading First impressions of Essential’s 360-degree camera attachment

Stranded, Arctic Rowers End Expedition with 11 World Records

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An international crew of rowers paddled 600 miles in nine days last month, reaching the farthest northern point by rowboat. They set 11 world records before ending the expedition early, stranded on a remote island. The Polar Row expedition aimed to break 12 records. It departed Tromsø, Norway, on July 20 with six rowers. Six hundred … Continue reading Stranded, Arctic Rowers End Expedition with 11 World Records

You Can Read 7 Storm Preparedness Tips for Dog Owners

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The following blog post 7 Storm Preparedness Tips for Dog Owners was originally published to Dogsteron August 31, 2017 at 12:00AM Ever tried coaxing a petrified pooch out from underneath the armoire? Then perhaps you can understand the importance of advanced storm preparedness. Don’t wait until every second counts. Planning for pet safety and comfort before there’s a problem … Continue reading You Can Read 7 Storm Preparedness Tips for Dog Owners

Black Girls Code raises $154K after turning down six figures from Uber

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 Last week, we reported Black Girls Code turned down a $125,000 grant from Uber in what Black Girls Code CEO Kimberly Bryant described to me as a multi-layered decision. Shortly after we broke the news of this decision, many members of the tech community stepped up to donate to Black Girls Code. Since last Saturday, … Continue reading Black Girls Code raises $154K after turning down six figures from Uber

Samsung secures self-driving car testing permit for California roads

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 Samsung got approval to test autonomous vehicles on state roads in California, according to the CA Department of Motor Vehicle’s website. The DMV maintains an ongoing list of companies and organizations it has granted autonomous testing permits to, and that list includes a growing number of automakers and tech companies, including Apple, Nvidia, GM, BMW … Continue reading Samsung secures self-driving car testing permit for California roads