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Sunday's Best Deals: Right Angle Clamps, Bath Towels, John Wick, Packs of Masks, and More
Theinventory.com

A deal on John Wick 4K Blu-Rays, Tie Bar’s 5 packs of masks, a deal on a fight stick, bathroom towels for $30, and more are some of Sunday’s best deals.Read more... more…

Pixel 4a review: The best $350 phone
Engadget

I never thought I’d be a $350-phone type of girl. I’ve always felt like a midrange phone wouldn’t be powerful enough for my daily needs, or have cameras good enough for my Instagram ambitions. I’ve always sought high-end devices with fancy features. But with … more…

Adobe’s plans for an online content attribution standard could have big implications for misinformation
TechCrunch

Adobe’s work on technical solution to combat online misinformation at scale, still in its early stages, is taking some big steps toward its lofty goal of becoming an industry standard. The project was first announced last November, and now the team is out wit… more…

Does your small business need a website? Try these services.
Mashable

If you have a small business, you know it needs to have an online presence. The days of being able to succeed without some kind of website or online store are far behind us.  Fortunately, making your mark online has never been easier thanks to many companies … more…

Apple explains how it uses machine learning across iOS—and soon, macOS
Ars Technica

Apple AI chief and ex-Googler John Giannandrea dives into the details with Ars. more…

Delivering security and privacy for Exchange on Android
Blog.google

For many Android users, Microsoft Exchange is the backend for their company email. Until recently, many email applications on Android used Device Admin capabilities to enforce the necessary security requirements on users’ devices, whether they were issued by … more…

Breakingviews - Corona Capital: Nintendo, E-commerce IPO, UK banks - Reuters
Reuters

(Reuters Breakingviews) - Corona Capital is a daily column updated throughout the day by Breakingviews columnists around the world with short, sharp pandemic-related insights. more…

Microcontrollers, Meet MicroBlocks
Makezine.com

Physical Computing Software For Education That Runs Live, On The Microcontroller Read more on MAKE The post Microcontrollers, Meet MicroBlocks appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers. more…

Apple looks to keep up with Samsung by acquiring point-of-sale solution Mobeewave
Business Insider

<ul> <li>Apple acquired a point-of-sale solutions startup, positioning it to move into the mobile point-of-sale space.</li> <li>Moving into mPOS solutions would help Apple keep up with Samsung.</li> <li>Insider Intelligence publishes hundreds of insights, cha… more…

The best tape measures
Business Insider

<ul> <li>No toolkit is complete without a great measuring tape. From the professional contractor's work to the DIY home repair, countless projects call for precise measurements.</li> </ul> <ul> <li>The QuickDraw DIY Self Marking Measuring Tape is our top choi… more…

These 16 global stocks have at least 20% upside in the next year — and they'll continue to thrive as COVID-19 accelerates a crucial technological shift, UBS says
Business Insider

<ul> <li>UBS says some companies in tech, media, and telecom are benefiting from a "megatrend" that means they have a lot of untapped potential even if they've made strong runs in 2020.</li> <li>Bhanu Baweja, the chief strategist at UBS Investment Bank, says … more…

Monday's Best Deals: HP Back-to-School Sale, Aukey 12-in-1 USB-C Hub, Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers, Gooloo 1500A Jump Starter, Taste of Asia Snack Mix, Reusable Face Shields, and More
Theinventory.com

An HP back-to-school sale on laptops, desktops, and printers, an Aukey 12-in-1 USB-C hub, a discounted copy of Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers for PS4, a Goooloo 1500A jump starter, a Taste of Asia snack mix package, and a reusable face shield five-pack lea… more…

The Incredible Story Behind The Barbie As Rapunzel Video Game
Kotaku

In the late 90’s, amongst a wave of all-new “Games for Girls”, Barbie appeared on CD-ROM for the first time. I was five, dressed in a timeless bejeweled-satin-homemade-princess-gown-and-feather-boa combo. I was squarely within the target audience for the firs… more…

Jobs of the week: Game Engineer, Growth Marketing Manager, Video Game Software Tester
VentureBeat

SPONSORED JOBS: Every week, some of the most exciting tech companies in the world post their latest and greatest job opportunities on Jobs.VentureBeat, powered by Jobbio. From transformative tech to gaming and beyond, Jobs.VentureBeat helps businesses from al… more…

What my biggest mistake as a junior engineer taught me about taking ownership
The Next Web

This article was originally published on .cult by Tomasz Łakomy. .cult is a Berlin-based community platform for developers! We write about all things career-related, make original documentaries and share heaps of other untold developer stories from around the… more…

Scratch Built Subnautica Sub Explores the Pool
Hackaday

In Subnautica, players explore an alien underwater landscape with the help of a number of futuristic tools and vehicles. [Robert Cook] found himself particularly enamored with the large submarine you unlock towards the later parts of the game, so much so that… more…

A Brief History of Productivity: How Getting Stuff Done Became an Industry
Hubspot.com

Anyone who’s ever been a teenager is likely familiar with the question, "Why aren’t you doing something productive?” If only I knew, as an angsty 15-year-old, what I know after conducting the research for this article. If only I could respond to my parents wi… more…

Battery cart for outdoor gigs and emergency power
Ikeahackers.net

I call it the Cart of Theseus – a battery cart for mobile PA (camping, busking, etc) I built this battery cart out of an old IKEA storage box. It had been sitting around by the trash waiting to either get used or thrown out for ages and it turned out to be ro… more…

Doctors could soon track your health just by drawing on your skin
Fast Company

The next super sophisticated tool to draw circuits on your skin is an off-the-shelf pen. No joke. Sensors placed on your skin are powerful tools for doctors. They can measure your temperature, hydration, heartbeat, and muscle strain. The problem is that their… more…

Editors’ Picks: Cutting Boards
Simplyrecipes.com

Cutting boards are a home cook's kitchen workhorse. Here are a few we like and recommend.Continue reading "Editors’ Picks: Cutting Boards" » more…