10 tips for streaming your tech usage

In today’s business world, it’s more important than ever to be productive. With the dawn of the internet and the rise of the digital age, there are more distractions and potential time-wasters than ever before. So, how can you ensure

vivo has become the official smartphone of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

The FIFA World Cup is a global football event starting to become more popular in the United States. No, this isn’t The Bears vs. The Rams, and this isn’t the NFL. The FIFA World Cup is the big game for

We Do Not Sell Your Data; What does it mean?

What Does It Actually Mean When a Company Says, “We Do Not Sell Your Data”?

Experts say the privacy promise—ubiquitous in online services and apps—obscures the truth about how companies use personal data

By: Alfred Ng

Originally published on themarkup.org

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The Focal Bathys is the company’s first wireless Hi-Fi ANC headphones

I love Focal headphones; they are hands down some of the best you can get anywhere and well worth your money. Focal has always been a premium audio brand, and if you’ve never tried a pair of the company’s high-end

BLUETTI Unveiled the modular energy storage systems EP600 & B500 at IFA 2022

Last week, BLUETTI showed off its latest innovations at IFA, Berlin, including the AC500+B300S combo, AC200 series, and most importantly, the long-rumored solar system-EP600+B500, which is a three-phase system that features a 6kW inverter and maximum 79kWh LFP battery capacity.

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

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

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

Soundcore announces its new Space Series ANC headphones

Soundcore is Anker’s audio brand, and they’re doing some great things with premium products at accessible prices. The company has announced its latest series of headphones, Space Q45 and Space A40. This new series features an upgraded noise canceling system

A cute, however loud, futuristic-looking wi-fi Bluetooth speaker

Just a few years in the past, we checked out a sci-fi impressed Bluetooth speaker, the GravaStar Mars. The corporate additionally makes a smaller, compact model. Our GravaStar Venus evaluation appears at a small, cute, futuristic-looking Bluetooth that truly packs