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  • Prime Day 2021 roundup: The best tech deals from Amazon and others
    Our editors have been hard at work combing through Amazon’s Prime Day deals, as well as competing deals from other major online retailers. The result is a compilation of the best deals out there in all the popular tech categories: smart home; TV and audio; PC parts; laptops—you name it. We’ll be updating our recommendations […]
  • Best Amazon Prime Day deals on PC components, monitors, networking gear, and more
    Sift through the Amazon Prime Day sales on clothes, outdoor furniture, and beauty products, and you’ll find some surprisingly good deals on PC components and networking gear. While the offerings aren’t nearly as complete as previous years (you can’t build a whole PC with Prime Day PC component deals), those looking to upgrade or grab […]
  • Amazon Basics Computer Speakers (USB-powered) review: This cheap set fits the budget stereotype
    Amazon Basics Computer Speakers are indeed basic. That hasn’t changed from when we initially reviewed them two years ago. From the packaging to the design, this USB-powered budget set has a spartan vibe. You won’t find glossy paper finishes or a thick manual full of details here. Instead, a plain brown box will land on […]
  • The Full Nerd: ep. 181: AMD Advantage Laptops and E3!
    In this episode of The Full Nerd, Gordon Mah Ung, Alaina Yee, Adam Patrick Murray, and Brad Chacos talk about the all-AMD Asus ROG Strix G15 Advantage Edition laptop, and what was hot at E3.The Full Nerd crew kicks it off with talk of the all-AMD Asus ROG Strix G15 Advantage Edition laptop, which features a Ryzen […]
  • Why is there a Windows 11 if Windows 10 is the last Windows?
    If Windows 10 was supposed to be the last version of Windows, why is there a Windows 11? Great question.Like the answer to many questions, the answer is, “it depends.”The authenticity of the concept of “Windows as a service” began in 2015, when Microsoft launched Windows 10. Over time, Microsoft said then, the company would […]
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    The latest and largest member of the 737 Max family takes to the air seven months after the FAA cleared all Max aircraft to fly again.
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    In today's top stories, Google opens its first brick-and-mortar in New York City while Airbnb disallows landlords to profit from pandemic evictions and shoppers prepare to snatch up Amazon Prime Day deals starting Monday.
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    The move is meant to protect US networks and supply chains.
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    As Amazon tries to squash bogus ratings ahead of Prime Day, the problem moves to social media.
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    In today's top stories, Sony is allowing PlayStation 5 users to sign up for beta versions of its PS5 system software. Meanwhile, Facebook works with Michigan State University to combat disinformation.
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  • The best Prime Day Apple deals: MacBooks, iPads, AirPods, and more
    Amazon Prime Day is just around the corner and there are sure to be some great deals to be had on Apple products. But if you need a new Mac or iPad now, you don’t need to wait. Here are the best deals we can find and be sure to check back throughout the day […]
  • The next Apple Watch looks great, but $120 off the Series 6 is even greater
    We’re just a few months away from the launch of the Apple Watch Series 7 and it’s shaping up to be a monumental release, with a new design, better screen, and even more health and fitness features. But this early Prime Day deal on the Series 6 is the perfect reason not to wait. Amazon […]
  • The next MacBook Pro: It’s looking like a long wait
    With the continuation of the Apple silicon rollout, the MacBook Pro is in line for some major changes. The company will likely take the opportunity of the new models based on Apple silicon to introduce new designs, features, and refinements. This article keeps track of the most creditable reports of the upcoming MacBook Pro, so […]
  • Apple Watch Series 7: New design, better display, more speed on the way
    It’s been six years since the first Apple Watch hit the market, and the device has seen some important changes in its time with cellular, larger displays, and more powerful sensors. Lately, however, it seems as if we’ve hit the part in a product’s life where the upgrades are incremental, but that could change this […]
  • Every iPhone 12 compared: How to choose the best iOS 15 device
    With more models, new screen sizes, and a whole lot of new camera tricks, upgrading or switching to the iPhone 12 is a no-brainer, especially if you’re coming from an iPhone XS or earlier. Deciding which of the four models to buy, well, that’s another story. But fear not, we’re here to break it all […]
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  • The future of work is hybrid and remote
    Apple and almost every other enterprise now find themselves looking to continue to support mobile and agile workforces following the COVID-19 pandemic. There's a simple reason for that: many (if not most) workers simply don’t want to be in the office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day anymore.Agility has become an HR issue We […]
  • Cisco and remote-work lessons learned in education during the pandemic
    Editor's note: Cisco is a client of the author.One of my favorite kinds of briefings is when a vendor brings in customers who talk about how they did the impossible. While these do promote a vendor’s wares, they also provide a wealth of knowledge about what worked, what didn’t, and what folks would do differently.  […]
  • The evolution of iOS
    The evolution of iOSImage by IDG / Torsten DettlaffJust as a computer would be useless without an operating system, so would a phone. In 2007, Apple changed the game with the introduction of its smartphone and first-ever mobile operating system.To read this article in full, please click here
  • Get ready for the next wave of virtual meetings
    Most of us have a love-hate relationship with meetings. The COVID-driven rise of Zoom, Teams, Webex, and the rest has made meetings easier to set up and attend (or politely ignore if you turn off your camera), and it has also put remote workers on a peer footing with everyone else. But few would say […]
  • Tech’s growth leaves Black professionals further behind
    The tech industry has talked for years about increasing diversity in its ranks, with little to no progress so far to show for all the talk. One reason for that is a lack of concrete, sustained action to find and retain Black candidates, as well as Latinx and women job-seekers.But there are deeper issues at […]
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  • Three Effective Brand Naming Development Ideas
    You’re starting a business so, you’ve got a lot on your mind. One of those “things” that every entrepreneur has on their mind is naming business. However, most entrepreneurs don’t ... Read More >
  • A Man Ahead of His Time
    The business name Kodak "was simply invented—made up from letters of the alphabet to meet our trade-mark requirements. It was short and euphonious and likely to stick in the public mind." – Mr. George Eastman
  • Best Names for a Building or Residential Development
    The Brand Development Team here is posting some of our favorite building and new development names and why they work, don't or, why they caught our eye.
  • Branding Historical Events, Can that Be Done?
    When you think about branding, your mind naturally jumps to a product, brand, or even a business.  Now people like chefs, entrepreneurs, even architects brand themselves but, what about branding ... Read More >
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    Join Brandings on Instagram | Brand Naming Tips Examples & More! Brandings has a new and exciting way to get Business and Brand Naming Tips, on Social Media! Now you ... Read More >
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