Cnet

2020 Hyundai Sonata review: Left-fi...

2020 Hyundai Sonata review: Left-field looks, home-run value - Roadshow

Watch your back, Camry and Accord.
Meet the fastest mesh router we've ...

Meet the fastest mesh router we've tested yet - CNET

It's more than most people need, but Netgear Orbi 6 was downright impressive in our speed tests.
2020 Mazda CX-9 review: When fashio...

2020 Mazda CX-9 review: When fashion trumps function - Roadshow

Gorgeous to behold, impeccably crafted and a smooth operator, this lovely three-row crossover is not necessarily the best option available today.
2020 Bentley Continental GT review:...

2020 Bentley Continental GT review: How to feel like a million bucks - Roadshow

Whether you're winding along a beautiful mountain road or just sitting in stinky LA traffic, the Bentley Continental GT is a perfect grand tourer for every occasion.
2020 Ford F-Series Super Duty first...

2020 Ford F-Series Super Duty first drive review: Over 1,000 lb-ft of torque - Roadshow

Ford's Super Duty pickups step the game up for 2020 with a list of best-in-class claims as long as my arm.
2020 Chevy Silverado 2500 review: F...

2020 Chevy Silverado 2500 review: For needs, not wants - Roadshow

If you're into lifestyle cosplay and only want a truck for what it projects, this isn't the pickup for you.

PCWorld

Echogear Outlet Shelf review: A bri...

Echogear Outlet Shelf review: A brilliant, if not always practical, shelving idea

You?re plugging stuff in that outlet, so why not make use of the space around it?
Nonda USB-C HDMI review: Foldable a...

Nonda USB-C HDMI review: Foldable adapter offers a well-made travel option

If you need to carry a USB-C adapter for HDMI output, Nonda?s foldable one is the best.
Best mouse pads for gaming or busin...

Best mouse pads for gaming or business

A great mouse mat is a must for gamers, reducing wear on wrists during hours of intensive play. Many modern ones use chemical coatings or specially engineered surfaces to improve sensor accuracy or reduce drag?a boon if you?re doing repetitive motion that requires high accuracy.

(Don't mistake mouse mats for the smaller mouse pads, once an absolute necessity in the era of mechanical mice. Because optical and laser mice can work on so many different kinds of surfaces, the humble mouse pad has largely disappeared.) 

Plenty of mouse mat manufacturers exist, but few provide clarity or consistency in describing their products. For example, most don?t report how much friction you?ll encounter when using their mats with the most popular mice. To help you find the best mouse mat for your needs, we?ve tested several from a few different companies that represent a range of surface types (metal, plastic, or cloth) and usage cases (business or gaming).

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Yamaha YAS-107 soundbar review: Thi...

Yamaha YAS-107 soundbar review: This speaker delivers plenty of bang for the buck

Highly intelligible dialog and great overall performance make Yamaha's sound bar a top performer in its price class.
Agents of Mayhem review: Not-so-sup...

Agents of Mayhem review: Not-so-super heroes

Saint?s Row?s Achilles heel was always combat. It hid this fact by peppering each game with a handful of absurd weapons, from a recliner that fired missiles to the Dubstep gun to the iconic purple dildo bat?still the weapon I most associate with the series.

But even armaments that creative couldn?t hide the fact that combat was often a by-the-book affair. Enemies were brainless, and each encounter involved simply trying to get through it as fast as possible without dying. It?s telling that most of the memorable moments in Saint?s Row had nothing to do with combat, be it the Tron-esque ?Deckers Die? mission, singing Biz Markie in a car with your friends, or an Aerosmith-backed rocket ride into space.

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Best gaming keyboards of 2017: Our ...

Best gaming keyboards of 2017: Our picks for the top budget, mid-tier, and RGB boards

Choosing a gaming keyboard is a matter of personal taste. One person could be into Cherry Browns and white backlighting. Another might favor Razer Greens and a rippling RGB glow. Gigantic wrist pads, compact shapes, numeric keypads, macro keys, volume controls?a plethora of keyboards exists because everyone wants a different mix of features.

To help you sort through the many options, we?ve sifted through the latest and greatest planks to come up with our top recommendations. All of these are mechanical keyboards, and for good reason?they?re simply more comfortable to use over the long haul. But we?re open-minded, so if we encounter an alternative that works well, you may see it appear on this list. We?ll keep updating it periodically as we test new keyboards.

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Wired

UK Has a Plan to Corral Huawei. But...

UK Has a Plan to Corral Huawei. But Security Concerns Linger

Peripheral equipment can be vulnerable, and even partial network surveillance could pose a threat, experts warn.
The World?s Most Traffic-Choked Cit...

The World?s Most Traffic-Choked Cities, Ranked

Cities in Asia and South America dominate the ?top? of the list. Los Angeles, the US's worst, finishes 31st.
The Coronavirus Is a Threat to the ...

The Coronavirus Is a Threat to the Global Drug Supply

The world's pharmaceutical supply chain is in danger as the virus spreads across China and jeopardizes travel and trade.
Space Force's Rough Launch, Oversig...

Space Force's Rough Launch, Oversight for Facebook, and More News

Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
Downloads of a Pandemic-Themed Game...

Downloads of a Pandemic-Themed Game Surge As Coronavirus News Spreads

After the app's popularity spiked in China and the US, the makers of *Plague Inc.* warned players that it is ?not a scientific model" of real outbreak situations.
How to Levitate Objects With Sound ...

How to Levitate Objects With Sound (and Break Your Mind)

The bizarre technology is called acoustic levitation, and it's poised to deliver advances in pharmacology, chemistry more broadly, and even robotics. 

Digit Mag

El mercado español de las TIC super...

El mercado español de las TIC superará a Europa en 2006

Observatorio Europeo de Tecnologías de la Información destaca que el mercado español de las TIC crecerá un 4% en 2006, muy por encima de la media europea del 3,2% y casi 4 veces más que el conjunto ...
Google Video incluirá vídeos de You...

Google Video incluirá vídeos de YouTube en los resultados de búsqueda

A partir de hoy, Google Video incluirá videos alojados en YouTube en los resultados de búsqueda. Se trata del primer paso de una estrategia que convertirá Google Video en un portal de referencia de ...
Orange denuncia a Euskaltel por com...

Orange denuncia a Euskaltel por competencia desleal

Orange ha presentado una demanda de competencia desleal ante el Juzgado Mercantil de Bilbao, por la que pide que se declare que Euskaltel ha realizado manifestaciones falsas y gravemente ...
Apple presenta oficialmente iPhone ...

Apple presenta oficialmente iPhone 5

Como se esperaba, Apple ha hecho oficial esta tarde el anuncio del iPhone 5, que como características principales cuenta con todos los elementos que se habían especulado en las últimas ...
Intel lanzará su primer procesador ...

Intel lanzará su primer procesador de 45 nanómetros antes de que acabe el año

El pasado diez de enero ya les avanzábamos en la Web de PC World que Intel había conseguido ya producir ...
Mañana se decide el futuro del cano...

Mañana se decide el futuro del canon digital

Mañana jueves se votará en el congreso la Ley de la sociedad de la Información, lo que podría llevar al final del canon digital. En los últimos días el Partido Popular ha manifestado que se ...

CNN

Apple posts record quarter as iPhon...

Apple posts record quarter as iPhone sales make a comeback

It appears iPhone sales really are on the mend.
Atari is opening its own hotels in ...

Atari is opening its own hotels in eight US cities

Atari might be best known for 1970s video games and its money problems, but now the brand is opening its own chain of branded hotels. The first one, in Phoenix, Arizona, will start construction in early fall, and should be finished in about two years.
UK will allow Huawei to help build ...

UK will allow Huawei to help build its 5G network despite US pressure

The British government said Tuesday that it will allow China's Huawei to help build the country's next generation of super-fast wireless networks, a decision that could undermine trade and intelligence ties with the United States.
Huawei just dodged a bullet in the ...

Huawei just dodged a bullet in the UK. Europe is the next showdown

Huawei has been granted a limited role in building Britain's 5G network, allowing the company to maintain its presence in a crucial market despite US efforts to rein in its growth.
MacKenzie Bezos dumped a ton of Ama...

MacKenzie Bezos dumped a ton of Amazon stock

MacKenzie Bezos, the ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has unloaded about $370 million worth of Amazon shares since their divorce last year.
Uber suffers another blow as it los...

Uber suffers another blow as it loses McDonald's delivery monopoly in the UK

Uber Eats has lost the exclusive rights to make about 15 million McDonald's deliveries each year in the United Kingdom.

BBC

Huawei set for limited role in UK 5...

Huawei set for limited role in UK 5G networks

The US failed to convince the prime minister to ban the Chinese firm from any involvement.
Apple credits iPhone 11 demand for ...

Apple credits iPhone 11 demand for record sales

The tech giant says it is monitoring the coronavirus outbreak, which has made forecasting difficult.
Huawei: How the UK's decision affec...

Huawei: How the UK's decision affects the rest of the world

Germany and India are among the countries still weighing up use of the Chinese firm's 5G kit.
Human rights expert to keep Zuckerb...

Human rights expert to keep Zuckerberg in check

Freedom of speech campaigner Thomas Hughes joins Facebook to lead its new oversight board.
Ring doorbell 'gives Facebook and G...

Ring doorbell 'gives Facebook and Google user data'

The Ring app sends a range of personal information to marketing companies, a study suggests.
Grubhub defends adding restaurants ...

Grubhub defends adding restaurants without telling them

The practice is angering some restaurant owners.

Mac World

Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 13.3....

Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 13.3.1 with multiple bug fixes and UWB location toggle

Another week, another iOS beta bugfix release. The staggered and piecemeal release of iOS 13 has been anything but smooth. When iOS 13.3 was released, we thought Apple might be done fixing bugs and adding features for awhile (at least until the new year). But several important issues have cropped up, prompting the release of iOS 13.3.1.

Update 01/28/20: Apple has released iOS 13.3.1 and iPadOS 13.3.1.

What?s new in iOS 13.3.1

Networking & Wireless location

After some concerns that the new Ultra-wideband wireless chip allowed for tracking users? location, Apple has added a switch to disable location tracking for networking and wireless functions. Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services to find it.

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Ring admits its Android app uses th...

Ring admits its Android app uses third-party trackers following EFF report

Ring's Android app uses multiple third-party trackers to deliver customer data to companies other than Amazon.
When it comes to augmented reality,...

When it comes to augmented reality, it?s glasses or bust

Augmented reality (AR) is the next big thing. At least, that?s what Tim Cook believes, and he?s not alone. There are several companies betting on AR as the next great computing platform. Apple has been building tools for AR development for iPhone and iPad for a few years now.

AR is here today on our iPhones and iPads. Why isn?t it a bigger deal? Why aren't everyday users as excited about the potential of AR as Tim Cook is? Why aren?t all our everyday apps rushing to make it a core feature, or even an essential one?

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Complaining season: The 2020 iPhone...

Complaining season: The 2020 iPhones

If it?s January, it must be time to start complaining about the fall iPhones. Waiting until February is for suckers.

The expected design of the iPhone 12 is a radical departure from every iPhone since the iPhone 6, doing away with the rounded edges in favor of a flat edge like that of the current iPad line. Further, Apple?s expected to add a smaller phone to the fall lineup, a 5.4-inch iPhone 12, that will be smaller than the iPhone 8.

Sounds like a big switch after six years with the same edge design and three without a new phone that can even remotely be considered small. So what?s the take over at the Forbes contributor network and lightly-used holiday ham resale outlet? Well, Gordon Kelly is ready to give us the 411 on the 12. (Tip o? the antlers to Todd.)

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Aqara Smart Home Starter Kit review...

Aqara Smart Home Starter Kit review: This muddy smart home kit has a glimmer of promise

This bare-bones, but budget-friendly kit covers just the basics and is very weak in terms of home security.
The best smart lock for a keyless h...

The best smart lock for a keyless home

Keys are yesterday?s tech, your smart home needs a smart door lock.
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