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DxOMark’s night and wide-angle camera tests push today’s smartphones to their limits

Sure, you could take Apple’s word for it that the new iPhone’s cameras are amazing — or you could let some obsessive pixel-peepers perform some (mostly) objective tests and really get into the nitty-gritty. Pixel peepers in extraordinary DxOMark are here to help, with new tests focused on evaluating the latest gadgets’ night modes and […]

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Salesforce is building an app to gauge a company’s sustainability progress

Salesforce has always tried to be a socially responsible company, encouraging employees to work in the community, giving 1% of its profits to different causes and building and productizing the 1-1-1 philanthropic model. The company now wants to help other organizations be more sustainable to reduce their carbon footprint, and today it announced it is […]

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Here is what is new in Firefox 69.0.1 Stable

Mozilla plans to release Firefox 69.0.1 later today; the stable channel update for Firefox 69.0 is a small release that fixes several issues and security vulnerabilities. The new version of Firefox will […]

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Microsoft restores Optional Updates listing in Windows 10 version 20H1

Microsoft plans to restore optional updates listings in the next major feature update of Windows 10 that the company plans to release in May 2020. The company removed the practical optional update […]

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Normative closes a $2.1M seed to help companies automate carbon reporting

Normative, a startup that lets companies automate their carbon reporting — and in turn help them decrease their environmental footprint — has picked up $2.1 million in seed funding. Backing the Stockholm-based company is ByFounders, with participation from Soundcloud co-founder Eric Wahlforss, Luminar Ventures, and Wave Ventures. The modest injection of capital will be used […]

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AntennaPod is my new favorite podcast player for Android

AntennaPod is a free open source podcast application for Google’s Android operating system that is easy to use and feature-rich. Podcasts are audio shows that can be streamed or downloaded to a […]

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Meld is an excellent file and folder comparison tool for Windows and Linux

Ever had two sets of the same files and folders and couldn’t decide which one to retain? It may take a long time to actually open each to verify the one that’s […]

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Google and Saint Laurent’s $995 Backpack With Jacquard Now Available for Pre-Order

Google and Saint Laurent have unveiled the CIT-E backpack with Jacquard technology woven into its shoulder straps, up for pre-order now to the tune of $995. Fancy. Along with being able to store your laptop and what not, Jacquard allows users to control certain things via swipes and taps. There are controls for music and … Continued

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