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Before Google's big cloud gaming launch, here's the state of streaming game services - CNET
Cnet.com

Google is teleporting in at GDC 2019 with Project Stream and Project Yeti news, so let's take stock of what's available now. more…

Google Stadia may drastically change the cloud-gaming landscape - CNET
Cnet.com

Google revealed its new gaming platform at GDC 2019, and it should force the current players to rethink their own strategies. Here's where the services stand. more…

I tried Apple's recently updated Mini Mac — and it's the way to go if you're looking for macOS desktop on a budget
Business Insider

Insider Picks writes about products and services to help you navigate when shopping online. Insider Inc. receives a commission from our affiliate partners when you buy through our links, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objecti… more…

A Classy USB Knob For The Discerning Computerist
Hackaday.com

The keyboard and mouse are great, we’re big fans. But for some tasks, such as seeking around in audio and video files, a rotary encoder is a more intuitive way to get the job done. [VincentMakes] liked the idea of having a knob he could turn to adjust his sys… more…

The best budget monitors
Digitaltrends.com

IS your budget for a new monitor limited? But naturally, you still want the best quality you can afford. Here are the best budget monitors for your computer. Whether you want the cheapest monitors you can find with good features, or are looking for an afforda… more…

The Jetson Nano is Nvidia’s new $99 AI computer for everyone
Androidauthority.com

Nvidia has launched the Jetson Nano, a $99 AI computing development kit that opens the way to a Raspberry Pi-like revolution. more…

LibreOffice 6.2.2 Released, New PocketBeagle SBC, Google Enforcing Permissions Rules on Apps, OpenShot 2.4.4 Now Available and DataPractices.org Has Joined The Linux Foundation
Linuxjournal.com

News briefs for March 21, 2019. The Document Foundation announces the release of LibreOffice 6.2.2. This version "provides over 50 bug and regression fixes over the previous version". You can view the changelog for details, and go here to download. Note that … more…

LibreOffice 6.2.2 Released, New PocketBeagle SBC, Google Enforcing Permissions Rules on Apps, OpenShot 2.4.4 Now Available and DataPractices.org Has Joined The Linux Foundation
Linuxjournal.com

News briefs for March 21, 2019. The Document Foundation announces the release of LibreOffice 6.2.2. This version "provides over 50 bug and regression fixes over the previous version". You can view the changelog for details, and go here to download. Note that … more…

NEW PRODUCT – PocketBeagle – Pocket Size BeagleBone Linux Computer
Adafruit.com

NEW PRODUCT – PocketBeagle – Pocket Size BeagleBone Linux ComputerWant a powerful 1GHz AM3358 powered Linux single board that’s ultra-tiny and open-source? PocketBeagle offers a wealth of computer power in a small footprint (pawprint?). This board is just lik… more…

The best gaming headsets: Reviews and buying advice
Pcworld.com

The next great peripherals war is being waged over your ears. After every company on the planet put out a gaming mouse and then a mechanical keyboard, they turned their attention to headsets. So many headsets. We know you don’t want to scroll through every si… more…

Birth of An Entrepreneur
Feld.com

In the past 24 hours, I’ve gotten a bunch of emails with positive feedback about my 81st birthday tribute to my dad and the Storyworth history I posted on how we ended up in Dallas. I woke up this morning to another Storyworth history from him, this time titl… more…

The best USB-C hubs you can buy
Business Insider

Insider Picks writes about products and services to help you navigate when shopping online. Insider Inc. receives a commission from our affiliate partners when you buy through our links, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objecti… more…

Never-before-seen photos of a development board for the original iPhone
Idownloadblog.com

These never-before-seen photographs of the original iPhone's prototype development board from 2006/2007 provide a rare historical look at how Apple developed its iconic smartphone. more…

Development Release: Zorin OS 15 Beta
Distrowatch.com

The Zorin OS team has published a new beta release which offers enhanced performance and a preview of features to come in Zorin OS 15. The beta is based on Ubuntu 18.04.2 and includes a night mode, the ability to connect to Android devices to sync notificatio… more…

Meet NVIDIA Jetson!
Sparkfun.com

The NVIDIA® Jetson Nano™ is the newest low-cost AI computer module. more…

Does VR have a future, and what does it hold?
Pcgamer.com

We speak to developers and platform holders to get a glimpse at the potential future of VR. more…

Technology And Communication Dashboard - Update
Seekingalpha.com

Valuation metrics in information technology and communication services. Evolution since last month. A list of stocks looking cheap in their industries. more…

Logitech's M185 and other popular wireless mice are vulnerable to MouseJack attacks
Techspot.com

Logitech sells some of the most popular gaming peripherals out there, as we've outlined multiple times in the past. Unfortunately, that can come with a few drawbacks from time to time. more…

NVIDIA Announces Jetson Nano: $99 Tiny Developer Kit
Electronics-lab.com

NVIDIA today announced the Jetson Nano™, an AI computer that makes it possible to create millions... The post NVIDIA Announces Jetson Nano: $99 Tiny Developer Kit appeared first on Electronics-Lab. more…

Xiaomi Just Launched Its Brand-New Black Shark 2 Gaming Smartphone
Techviral.net

We all know very well that Razer the well-known brand of computer peripherals focused on gaming jumped into the market of smartphones and was the first company to launch a smartphone for gamers. However, now according to the latest reports, the well-known Chi… more…