Eight examples of advanced tech in today’s luxury homes

Upgrading your home doesn’t always require expensive renovations — sometimes, all your home needs is a new appliance. These eight types of advanced tech in modern luxury homes will elevate the vibe of your living space.

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Over the last year, I have researched solar power options for my house and road trips. When you jump in, you discover you will need solar panels, batteries, PWM or MPPT controllers, inverters, and other components. Once you get all

Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flight simulation control system gets Rudder Pedals and Stand add-ons

The Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flight Universal Control System was released last year. However, it was missing rudder pedals to complete the flight sim experience. Today, the company has announced the addition of the VelocityOne Rudder Pedals and the VelocityOne Stand

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A few titles, including quite a few TV shows, are leaving Netflix in October 2022 — fortunately, you have at least a week-and-a-half before they do! The list below indicates what days each show or movie will be leaving and

Razer goes compact with the Leviathan V2 X PC gaming soundbar

For some gamers, desktop space is at a premium. While many gamers use headsets, there are still some who prefer speakers or a soundbar. The Razer Leviathan V2 X is a compact PC gaming soundbar that houses two full-range drivers

How convenience and ease of use outweigh our desire for privacy

I have been writing about technology, specifically consumer technology, for over ten years, and one of the areas of tech that has piqued my interest is security and privacy. That wasn’t the case ten or eleven years ago. Back then,

Cybersecurity experts weigh in on the Uber hack

The Uber hack has been a big news story this weekend as the company suffered a systems breach even extending to internal tools such as Slack. The hacker used the company’s Slack account to show employees adult images, and employees

Intel retires the Celeron and Pentium processor line

Intel Celeron and Pentium chipsets have been in lower-end budget systems since the 90s. But according to Intel, they’ll be retiring both processor brands starting in Q1 of 2023. The company is looking to “simplify” the current lineup of processors

Web3 offers hope for the future of work

The evolution of the world wide web (Web3 incoming) has been quick in terms of general life-altering developments in human existence, but actually quite slow regarding how quickly technology has typically come to advance.

The first version of the web,

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