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Sphero BB-8 with Force Band review

UPDATED: Turns out, BB-8 wasn’t the only rolling droid up Sphero’s sleeve: The company recently unveiled BB-9E, a First Order variation of the lovable rolling droid that’s going to make its debut in Star Wars Episode VIII – The Last Jedi. Sphero graciously allowed us to take the BB-9E for a test drive before the announcement was made – an experience our time with BB-8 prepared us for nicely. Here’s where you can read all about the Sphero BB-9E. If rolling…

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Here’s who we are and what we do. We welcome your questions and feedback. September 19, 2017 1:23PM EST September 19, 2017 PCMAG.COMEDITOR IN CHIEF Dan Costa NEWS & FEATURESEXECUTIVE EDITOR Chloe AlbanesiusFEATURES EDITOR Eric GriffithSENIOR FEATURES WRITER Chandra SteeleSENIOR NEWS EDITOR Matthew HumphriesNEWS REPORTER Angela MoscaritoloSOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER Pete Haas REVIEWSEXECUTIVE EDITOR Wendy Sheehan DonnellMANAGING EDITORS Sean Carroll (software, security), Alex Colon (consumer electronics, mobile), Jonathan Rougeot (hardware)LEAD ANALYSTS Michael Muchmore (software), Neil J. Rubenking (security), Joel Santo Domingo…

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Lifx Mini Wi-Fi Smart Bulb Release Date, Price and Specs

At $45 each, the new Lifx Mini Color is the brand’s least expensive color-changer to date. Lifx Hot on the heels of its announcement Thursday that Lifx current-gen bulbs now support Apple HomeKit, Lifx is preparing to take orders on its next generation of color-changing smart LEDs. It’s called Lifx Mini, and it comes in three varieties: a fully color-changing bulb for $45, a color-tunable, white light bulb for $30, and a fixed white light bulb at 2,700K for $25. As…

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Meet Fat Lama, the sharing economy company putting everything up for rent | Emerging tech & innovation

A few years ago, Rosie Dallas, Chaz Englander and Owen Turner-Major were running an office-sharing business, but one of their main frustrations was the items they were buying were generally being used only once or twice. People in the same building probably owned the same products, but the three were flummoxed as to how they could gain access to the nearby items, whether to rent or to borrow. They had a lightbulb moment: what if there was a platform that…

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How long it takes to move a workload to the cloud

I get this question all the time: How long will it take to move a certain number of applications to the cloud? Of course, they get the standard consultant answer: “It depends.”  But there are some rules of thumb that you can apply to get a general understanding how much work will be involved to make the migration. These rules of thumb deal with function and object points, complexity, data coupling, and use of cloud-native features. Many enterprises look to…

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Microsoft To Unveil New Surface Hardware On Oct. 31, Surface Phone Unlikely : TECH : Tech Times

Microsoft Station Q launches in Sydney as part of major quantum computing partnership Microsoft will unveil at least one new Surface product at its Future Decoded event in London, happening Oct. 31 to Nov. 1. However, it’s not going to be the Surface Phone.  ( Microsoft ) Panos Panay, Microsoft’s Surface chief, has been confirmed to give a keynote presentation at the end of October in London where he’s expected to unveil new additions to the Surface product line. Microsoft…

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Facebook to Turn Over Russian-Linked Ads to Congress

For Facebook, the move to work with the Congressional committees underscored how far the social network has strayed from being a mere technology company and how it has increasingly had to deal with the unintended consequences of the tools it provides to reach the more than 2 billion people who use the site regularly. The company became more proactive in deflecting criticism this week, with its chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, describing on Wednesday the steps Facebook would take to…

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Kim Jong Un responds to Trump’s name calling / Boing Boing

“I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged U.S. dotard with fire,” said glorious North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in response to US mentally deranged dotard Donald Trump’s recent threats and name calling. The world is less stable. Via The Hill: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Thursday fired back at President Trump’s combative speech at the United Nations a day before, saying Trump will “pay dearly” for his threats. “The mentally deranged behavior of the U.S.…

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Dash cam reviews: What you need to catch the maniacs and meteors of daily driving

September 21, 2017: Updated with our review of the Rexing V1, which offers a low price and great day video but is pretty bare-bones. Read our full review.  Dash cams are already essential in many countries because of scam artists who try to create accidents so they can sue you. They’ve also proven useful for catching the occasional meteor, as happened in Thailand and in Russia a few years ago. But while auto cons aren’t as common here, recording your excursions…

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Intel and Waymo expand their self-driving-car collaboration – LA Times

Waymo’s Chrysler Pacifica fleet is fitted with Intel technology for sensor processing, general computing and connectivity. “As Waymo’s self-driving technology becomes smarter and more capable, its high performance hardware and software will require even more powerful and efficient compute,” Intel Chief Executive Brian Krzanich said in a statement. Source link

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