Contactless payments sounds like the perfect solution where it is convenient and all users need to do is wave their card or phone against a reader and they’re good to go. However, a recent report from the New York Post is highlighting some potential issues with the system, where some users are now being accidentally charged.
Impossible Foods made a name for themselves when they first developed a “meatless” burger. While vegan/vegetarian burger options aren’t new, what set Impossible Foods’ creation apart from the competition was that it looked, cooked, and (apparently) tastes like the real thing, except that it wasn’t.
The problem with a lot of small form factor PC builds is that it can be hard to find high-end powerful GPUs that can fit into them, but we suppose to be fair, these kind of builds tend to focus more on size rather than power. However, if you do fancy putting together a SFF build, ASUS might have something of interest to you.
One of the earliest iterations of a digital avatar actually came in the form of Microsoft’s Clippy, a paperclip-like avatar that was created to help users navigate through Microsoft Office. It was by no means a realistic-looking creation, but that was obviously way back in the day and things have advanced a lot since then.
BassMe is back at CES with its unique personal subwoofer that got a CES Innovation Award and is shipping for $145 since October 2019.
Lenovo’s Foldable ThinkPad now has an official product name and release date, it’s the ThinkPad X1 Fold. Lenovo says that it will hit the market in “mid-2020” for $2499+, depending on the configuration.
As laptops’ weight generally decreased over time, many users have started shifting priorities from thin & light to comfort and speed.
The Lenovo Legion laptops have made steady progress in the past few years, and the Legion Y740S is the pinnacle of that series, especially when it comes to design and build quality.
With news, we can easily consume it in digital form thanks to the internet, our computers, smartphones, and tablets. It was largely thought that this could also apply to magazines, but it seems that as far as Google is concerned, perhaps not. The company has sent out emails to digital magazine subscribers informing them that they will be ending the service.
La French Tech is back at CES in Las Vegas this year, with more than 300 start-ups and Ubergizmo as an official media partner . Ubergizmo will cover the best French start-ups’ news and product launches during the tradeshow – Read our French Tech coverage here).La French Tech is the brand name used to describe the French start-up community: entrepreneurs, investors, engineers, designers, public organizations, etc. committed to the growth […]
Over the years as we use more apps and online services, a lot of data about us is being collected. This is used for marketing purposes so that advertisers know what kind of ads to serve to us. If you’re not a fan of this, then you might want to consider making the shift to Mozilla’s Firefox browser.
One of the things that we can always count on companies to announce and showcase at CES would be display technologies. Every year, companies such as LG show off brand new exciting display tech that find their way into all kind of products and applications, and this year will be no exception.
From time to time, streaming services such as Netflix remove shows from its catalog. This is normal as licenses expire and as such, shows are dropped. However, it seems that Disney Plus, which has only been around for a few months, is already removing some shows from its catalog, which definitely isn’t a good sign for subscribers.
The medium in which we consume our music has evolved and changed over the years, where we would listen to music on vinyl records, cassette tapes, CDs, and so on. Digital music has also been extremely popular due to our smartphones and computers, but even then on the digital front, we’re seeing a shift.