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Razer’s Viper 8K escalates the war for ultimate gaming mouse responsiveness

Razer's ambidextrous Viper 8K gaming mouse boast an 8,000Hz polling rate that's eight times faster than the industry standard. Razer Today's Best Tech Deals Picked by PCWorld's Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect's Editors In the battle for the fastest gaming mouse, Razer just fired the first shot in a new front.…

Google apps will stop using tracking ID that would require upcoming iOS 14 permission prompt

With iOS 14, Apple is requiring app developers to tell users about and have them opt-in to tracking. Google announced today that its first-party iOS apps will stop using certain tracking methods to avoid having to show the upcoming permission prompt. Meanwhile, the company also provided guidance to developers and advertisers ahead of Apple’s App…

Facebook, Reddit receive low marks for Holocaust denial content

Facebook has been under pressure to combat more hate speech. Angela Lang/CNET Facebook, Reddit, Discord and Steam received low grades from the Anti-Defamation League on Wednesday for the handling of Holocaust denial content on their platforms. The ADL issued the report to coincide with International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The ADL, an advocacy group focused on…

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Truth x The Vinyl Factory Present: RYOJI IKEDA – immersive audiovisual exhibit at 180 The Hair

A multi-sensory exploration of light and sound. Fact and The Vinyl Factory are presenting a new RYOJI IKEDA exhibition at 180 Studios – in collaboration with Audemars Piguet Contemporary, opening this November. Tickets are available now. Featuring the largest collection of the artist’s work in Europe to date, as well as world premieres of never-before-seen works, RYOJI IKEDA invites…

Microsoft Bought a $7.5 Billion Security Blanket

What’s $7.5 billion in between buddies? That’s been the basic response of the video gaming and company press to the news recently that Microsoft...

Why the Survival of the Airlines Depends on Regular Leaflet Programs

Bailout funds are going out, and regular leaflet miles can just keep airline companies opting for so longA fleet of Delta Airlines jets...

How Headspace Is Winning the Cutthroat Meditation App War

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Business Required to Stop Pretending It’s Service as Normal

Absolutely nothing about today is regular.Picture: Luis Alvarez/Getty ImagesCorporate America keeps raking ahead. With the stock exchange striking a brand-new high early in...

What Everybody Got Incorrect About Elon Musk’s Battery Day

Elon Musk’s impact over tradition market has nearly no modern-day precedent. Like Jeff Bezos’ shakeup of retail, cars in the 2020s and 2030s...

What Everybody Got Incorrect About Elon Musk’s Battery Day

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The Plot to Eliminate Black Friday

Why vacation shopping will look drastically various this yearPicture: Jack Taylor/Stringer/Getty ImagesBdo not have Friday has actually been a cringe-y phenomenon for many...

How Food Wrappers Dethroned Cigarette Butts as one of the most Typical Beach Garbage, by the Numbers

Turning our beaches into a receptacle for Huge PlasticImage: Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images4.7 million: That’s the number of food wrappers the Ocean...

How Slack Became Boring

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Razer’s Viper 8K escalates the war for ultimate gaming mouse responsiveness

Razer's ambidextrous Viper 8K gaming mouse boast an 8,000Hz polling rate that's eight times faster than the industry standard. Razer Today's Best Tech Deals Picked by PCWorld's Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect's Editors In the battle for the fastest gaming mouse, Razer just fired the first shot in a new front.…

Looks like a 200 dollar Poco

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is expected to have an SD 888 processor and 120 Hz AMOLED panel. (Image source: Weibo/WHYLAB)An alleged live photo of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro has been shared on Chinese social media and has been met with something of a lukewarm response so far. The Snapdragon 888 phone has been…

Google apps will stop using tracking ID that would require upcoming iOS 14 permission prompt

With iOS 14, Apple is requiring app developers to tell users about and have them opt-in to tracking. Google announced today that its first-party iOS apps will stop using certain tracking methods to avoid having to show the upcoming permission prompt. Meanwhile, the company also provided guidance to developers and advertisers ahead of Apple’s App…

Facebook, Reddit receive low marks for Holocaust denial content

Facebook has been under pressure to combat more hate speech. Angela Lang/CNET Facebook, Reddit, Discord and Steam received low grades from the Anti-Defamation League on Wednesday for the handling of Holocaust denial content on their platforms. The ADL issued the report to coincide with International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The ADL, an advocacy group focused on…