Bill Gates: Coronavirus pandemic will end ‘for the rich world’ by late 2021
For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website. Bill Gates says there should be a widespread vaccine by the end of 2021. CBS Evening News Everyone wants to know when the coronavirus crisis will end, and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has an idea.... Read more
15 Best Bluetooth Speakers (2020): Ultimate Ears, JBL, Sonos
If you’re a music fan, or just love the classic Marshall guitar amplifier design, this Bluetooth speaker is ready to rock. Like all Marshall products, you pay a price for the style, but it lives up to expectations. For a speaker that’s about as big as four old DVD... Read more
How a gaijin studio made the beautiful unrealism of Ghost of Tsushima
From the Japanese point of view, there is no way around it. Sucker Punch Productions, the maker of the Ghost of Tsushima samurai epic, is a gaijin studio. Gaijin is the Japanese word for foreigners, and it’s usually not a kind word. But in the case of Tsushima, there... Read more
Chinese hackers have pillaged Taiwan’s semiconductor industry
Taiwan has faced existential conflict with China for its entire existence and has been targeted by China’s state-sponsored hackers for years. But an investigation by one Taiwanese security firm has revealed just how deeply a single group of Chinese hackers was able to penetrate an industry at the core... Read more
The Future of IoT Devices: What it Means for Connectivity
A shift from the cloud to the edge might signal a real autonomous revolution in IoT connectivity. While previously, we witnessed how cloud computing allowed for centralization and collaboration — edge devices are all about abilities to work offline, autonomously, without sending data to the cloud for processing and... Read more
Best coffee maker for 2020: Ninja, Oxo, Bonavita, Technivorm and more
Brewing a pot of drip coffee seems like a simple process. Doing it right, batch after batch though isn’t. In fact, most drip coffee makers can’t handle the task. Water must be heated to the correct temperature, and in the optimal amount of time, or the process will go haywire, And that results... Read more
How to Install Apps From Outside Your Phone’s App Store
Lastly, web apps are sometimes an option if you need to get at apps that aren’t in the official Google store. Even if apps are officially available through the normal route, you can always use this trick to access apps—Twitter, Facebook, and so on—that you don’t necessarily want on... Read more
Facebook Gaming app debuts amid fight with Apple over instant games
Facebook launched its standalone Facebook Gaming app on iOS today, but it complained loudly that Apple would not let it launch instant games that are part of the app on Android. This Facebook app helps players find games and connect with friends. But it doesn’t let people play with... Read more
7 Tools That Support Remote Team Collaboration and Communication
Collaborating with a remote team is challenging, but the right tools and strategies can streamline the communication process. The two main challenges facing remote teams are major time zone differences and lack of in-person collaboration. Online collaboration is effective, but time zone differences make it hard to connect in... Read more
Hands-on with iOS 14: We downloaded the public beta so you don’t have to
iOS 14 brings a number of refinements large and small to iPhones, including the ability to pin widgets to your home screen and have picture-in-picture video. Patrick Holland/CNET This story is part of WWDC 2020. All the latest coverage from Apple’s WWDC annual developers conference. Apple has launched the public... Read more