December 2, 2022
  • December 2, 2022

Hardware stuff

E-Win Champion Series Gaming Chair

by on April 15, 2022 0

Good Relatively affordable Surprisingly comfortable Comes in many different colors and styles The bad The backrest is a bit narrow Seat wobbles slightly even when locked in position If you’re like me and spend way too much time sitting in front of your computer, it’s important to have a nice chair. A good gaming...

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Hackaday Prize Hacking Cat 2022

by on April 11, 2022 0

Join us on Wednesday, April 13 at Noon Pacific for the 2022 Hackaday Prize Hack Chat with Majenta Strongheart! Let’s face it: this world is pretty broken right now. From environmental crisis to disease and famine, to shortages of just about everything, infrastructure failures, not to mention wars and social collapse, things are getting...

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O’Brien Sportsman’s Banquet is Saturday | News

by on March 31, 2022 0

SHELDON—The O’Brien County Sportsman’s Club is gearing up for its biggest fundraiser. The club will hold its annual banquet at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Crossroads Pavilion Event Center in Sheldon. Tickets are still available for the event, which includes a meal, raffle, auction and silent auction. Every dollar raised from Saturday’s event stays...

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MidBoss talks pixel art, inspirations and more

by on March 29, 2022 0

Upon its release in 2015, MidBoss struck gold with its old-school cyberpunk adventure, 2064: Read Only Memories. The game boasted of a solid story, likable characters, and beautiful pixel art that had fans gushing. More than seven years later, a sequel, titled Read Only Memories: Neurodiver, is finally almost here. To shed some more...

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FlexPod XCS brings cloud capabilities to data centers

by on March 23, 2022 0

Cisco Systems and NetApp are bringing the functionality of the FlexPod family of converged infrastructure appliances to the cloud. FlexPod XCS, the latest version of FlexPod that combines NetApp’s OnTap storage operating system and Cisco Intersight’s cloud operations platform, adds new hybrid cloud capabilities to both companies’ CI reference architecture . These additions expand...

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Evolution of Bitcoin Custody Fediment

by on March 12, 2022 0

What do the infamous Mt. Gox exchange, the latest cryptocurrency restrictions agreed to by global regulators, and my departure from the bitcoin exchange space after eight years have in common? The answer is bitcoin custody (how and where you secure your bitcoin) – how it was, how it will be if nothing changes, and...

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SXSW 2022 – SXSW Music Spotlight: Kareem Ali: House music producer throws low-key dance parties and beats kids can brush their teeth at – Music

by on March 10, 2022 0

Kareem Ali is pretty healthy. He’s a Phoenix-based house music producer who believes in enjoying music sober, and he’s been releasing it on his Cosmo Flux label at a blistering pace since 2017, with no signs of slowing down. Although recent years have seen his profile rise as a push into electronic music, Ali...

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Team New Zealand Wheels of Fortune

by on February 26, 2022 0

EMIRATES TEAM NZ Team New Zealand mechanical engineer Tim Meldrum has to step out of his comfort zone to try to break the wind-propelled world land speed record. Slinging tires to a dry salt lake bed is the biggest immediate challenge facing Team New Zealand engineers as they develop the syndicate’s attempt at a...

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Timaru man gets jail term for stealing power tools

by on February 10, 2022 0

JOHN BISSET/Stuff Josiah David Brooking was sentenced to six months imprisonment for obtaining by deception and obstructing or obstructing the police. (File photo) A Timaru man who stole over $4,000 worth of merchandise from a hardware store in Timaru has been told he is at high risk of re-offending. Josiah David Brooking, 22, was...

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Small towns fear cybersecurity money will get to them

by on February 7, 2022 0

This article was produced by Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts. The ransomware attack that hit Salem, New Hampshire just over a year ago forced the city to shut down its entire IT network, with chaotic consequences. Authorities couldn’t process car registrations, and residents couldn’t pay their taxes or water and sewer...

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What is Arduino? | Android Central

by on February 4, 2022 0

Source: Jerry Hildenbrand/Android Central Best answer: Arduino is an electronic prototyping platform that uses a microcontroller board connected to input devices and output hardware (or both) to design electronic projects. The Arduino platform consists of hardware, an integrated development environment, and a long list of third-party products that fit into the ecosystem. What is...

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Generators are in high demand as Houstonians prepare for a potential freeze this week

by on February 2, 2022 0

HOUSTON – Houstonians are bracing for a potential freeze this week. On Tuesday, days before the possible freeze, Bering’s Hardware customers were stocking up on supplies. “We lost everything,” remembers client Kay Lee Werlin. Werlin scoured Bering’s driveways to ensure she was prepared in advance for the potential severe weather event. “I didn’t have...

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Epic Games creates a new studio to push “the limits of graphics” and Unreal Engine 5 to its limits

by on January 27, 2022 0

Epic Games is creating a new studio to create “original standalone experiences” that aim to “push the boundaries of graphics and game development,” according to an official blog post. The new studio is made up of developers from Plastic, a small team known for creating self-contained experimental demos that showcase new ideas and development...

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Samsung finally presents its new SoC Exynos

by on January 19, 2022 0

After some flashbacks to the original January 11 launch, Samsung has announced its latest Exynos System-on-Chip (SoC). The Exynos 2200 should have been announced a week ago but the announcement has been pushed back to today to coincide with the launch of the S22. This is according to a Samsung official who spoke to...

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5 Best Computer Repairs in Tucson, AZ

by on January 13, 2022 0

Below is a list of the top and top computer repair services in Tucson. To help you find the best computer repair located near you in Tucson, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. Tucson’s Best Computer Repair: The top rated computer repair services in Tucson, AZ are:...

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Forget everything you know about the Mac Pro

by on January 12, 2022 0

This is the year. All signs point to 2022 being the year Apple introduces its first silicon-based Mac Pro from Apple. But what shape will this new Mac Pro take? It sounds simple enough, but by switching to its own processor architecture, Apple is forced to make some very interesting choices about what traditional...

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Anastasia Mukhina, former hostage of “LPR”

by on January 6, 2022 0

Anastasia Mukhina from Luhansk thought her retirement life would be calm and secure, to which she had made great efforts. When the pipe factory where she worked stopped paying wages, the woman left to work abroad. Whatever money she made, she invested in home improvement. She couldn’t have imagined that one day it...

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My 5 best phones of 2021 – Victor

by on January 3, 2022 0

s35ten As the happy owner of Pixel 6 Pro, I totally agree with Tensor’s talk. At least he got better support in terms of updates. But some features exclusive to AI and Tensor could still arrive in the years to come (and yes, they could be ported to other models as well). Also,...

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Remembering Christmas Past: Gainesville girl watched the plaza turn into a ‘magical place’ from her grandfather’s storefront

by on December 22, 2021 0

Pamela Carter Hutchinson remembers watching Christmas unfold around Gainesville Square in the 1950s as she sat many late afternoons in the large window of her grandfather’s AD McDonald’s grocery store , now the Ozark County Historium. She remembers seeing single strands of Christmas lights light up around the square, depicting shop windows decorated...

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How I lived a week in the VR metaverse

by on December 21, 2021 0

Over the past few months, many tech companies have shared their latest developments towards the VR / AR metaverse. This new technological frontier has taken the entire industry by storm. The first to adapt to this new trend was Facebook; the company even went so far as to change its name to Meta...

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Google pushes back a mighty botnet of a million

by on December 13, 2021 0

Cyber ​​security is a pretty serious thing. Malware can be difficult to detect and even more difficult to eliminate. The control that certain malware can have over your devices and potentially your life can be absolutely devastating. This is the reason I don’t open any forwarded emails from my grandparents no matter how...

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Sony’s 8K VR headset prototype is a mind-boggling glimpse into the future of PSVR

by on December 9, 2021 0

Sony gave us a glimpse into the future of VR hardware, showing off a prototype 8K headset at its annual Tech Day that may one day inspire PSVR. It features some pretty enticing micro-display technology, with Sony’s affectionate moniker “Microdisplay OLED and Low Latency Head-Mount Display” reaching 8K resolution by combining two miniaturized...

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Review – Samsung Galaxy Watch4

by on December 4, 2021 0

Considering the high price of a good smartwatch, the thought of buying one never really crossed my mind. I’m talking about a full-fledged smartwatch that runs on Watch OS, Android Wear, or TizenOS with their respective app store support, not one of those affordable, watch-like fitness bracelets. smart with a customizable watch face....

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The drought of the LSU basketball team’s holiday tournament is finally over; Tigers now 7-0 for the season | LSU

by on November 28, 2021 0

NICEVILLE, Florida – A 17-year drought of holiday tournaments for the LSU basketball program ended on Saturday night at the Emerald Coast Classic. Naturally, the celebration was not over after the tournament championship trophy was presented to LSU following the 75-61 eruption of the Wake Forest Tigers on the Northwest Florida State College...

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Do not change five of these iPhone settings

by on November 27, 2021 0

The iOS Settings app is packed with plenty of settings ready to be changed. And I’m a big fan of changing these settings to personalize and personalize your iPhone for you. Corn. There are some settings that you should just leave out, as playing with them can have big drawbacks. OK, your iPhone...

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PUT A RING ON HIM: Local Female Basketball Players Reflect on Championship Ring Ceremony in Lake Land | Local sports

by on November 22, 2021 0

The material lasts forever and on Saturday afternoon the 2020-2021 Lake Land Women’s Basketball Team received a memory they will cherish for the rest of her life. At halftime of the men’s game against Mineral Area, the college honored the Lady Lakers by presenting them with their national championship rings. The former Lady...

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At Pace U. Gallery, sanitation workers are celebrated for their hidden talents

by on November 17, 2021 0

Brendan Harkin’s “Boots on the Ground” is one of the works of sanitation workers in the Pace University Gallery’s “Sanitation Celebrations” exhibit. Photo: Carl Glassman / Tribeca Trib Garbage, grime, and danger may be the domain of their day-to-day work, but for some employees of the city’s Sanitation Department, it’s the crisp white...

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Threat of fire calls for better battle plan

by on November 5, 2021 0

Guest writer Rusty Rae is an award-winning photojournalist, writer and photo educator. He has worked for the News-Register for the past five years, as a sports editor, photojournalist and associate editor of Old Stuff, a subsidiary publication of the company. He first worked for the NR after graduating from college. He has traveled...

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Secretlab Magnus Gaming Desk Review

by on October 27, 2021 0

When the idea of ​​creating a gaming zone comes to mind, most people first think of things like how to display the TV in relation to the screen, which gaming chair will best suit your needs. their backs, the parts that go into the new PC, etc. The most important things that sometimes...

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