The Movado Connect is a gorgeous Android Wear smartwatch with sleek watch faces, but it starts at $600, and it doesn’t have GPS, a heart-rate monitor, or a cellular model.
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Amazon announced the all-new Fire HD 10, the next-generation of Amazon’s largest tablet, now with a 10.1” widescreen 1080p Full HD display with over 2 million pixels.The new Fire HD 10 is 30% faster…
Split from Symantec and now owned by a private equity firm, Veritas faces questions about whether it will sustain innovation for products that may not prove profitable in future.
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Trigger-happy German officials decided the best course of action upon spotting the vulnerable species was to shoot it dead.
Microsoft SharePoint comes with a lot in the box, but many say the real strength of any software product is in the ecosystem that surrounds it. SharePoint is no exception, with many high-quality add-on products available from both Microsoft and third-party providers to enhance SharePoint and address some of its shortcomings.
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SmartAboutThings shares a report from Windows Report: If you installed the “Steam Inventory Helper” on your computer, you may want to uninstall it as soon as possible. Recent reports suggest that this extension used to buy and sell digital goods on Steam is spying on its users. Redditor Wartab made a thorough analysis of the tool and reached the following conclusions: The spyware code tracks your every move starting from the moment you visit a website until you leave. It also tracks where you are coming from on the site; Steam Inventory Helper tracks your clicks, including when you are moving your mouse and when you are having focus in an input; When you click a link, it sends the link URL to a background script; Fortunately, the code does not monitor what you type. Apparently, the purpose of this spyware is to collect data about gamers for promotional purposes.
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After a series of experiments with virtual reality, USA Today launched its full-fledged VR news show last year. "VRtually There" (as it's known) followed in the footsteps of similar segments from The New York Times and ABC News. Since then, the media…