WhatsApp’s new carts feature is aimed at simplifying in-app shopping

From The Verge: WhatsApp is introducing a new shopping carts feature that lets you order multiple items with a single message from businesses on the service. It works in conjunction with the service’s existing catalogs feature. Now, while browsing a business’s wares, you can add multiple items to...

Adobe Launches Lightroom for ARM-Based Macs and PCs

From PC Mag: Adobe today announced support for Apple M1 and Windows 10 on ARM in a release of its newer, consumer-friendly version of Lightroom, as well as other updates to Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera Raw.

Apple is making a big platform move for its desktop Mac CPUs, shifting from Intel...

ASUS Announces VY249HE and VY279HE Eye Care Monitors

From ASUS Press Release: ASUS today announced VY series monitors with embedded antibacterial treatment and upgraded Eye Care Plus technology. Ideal for working or learning at home, the ASUS VY249HE and VY279HE monitors feature a new proprietary long-lasting antibacterial ionic silver treatment that...

LG developing sliding doors made of transparent OLED displays

From The Verge: LG has partnered with Swedish manufacturer Assa Abloy Entrance Systems to develop automatic sliding doors with built-in transparent OLED displays, the company announced today. The doors will be aimed at businesses, and LG says they’ll be able to greet customers, communicate with...

Corsair 4000D Review (Page 1 of 4)

I have been having several conversations with my colleague recently about the relationship between academia and industry; specifically in the context of areas such as engineering or information technology. My colleague is a practical guy, so he emphasizes more on hands-on experience instead of theory. In other words, he has very little faith in doing research for an engineering project. He believes, instead of spending time and money into...

Crucial P5 500GB Review (Page 1 of 11)

In my Crucial P2 500GB review, I talked about how General Motors was incompetently selling car parts due to their ridiculous form of modularity. However, I also mentioned I did end up purchasing this part as there were no other alternatives. As I have mentioned, the one dealership quoted me a price of $150 plus whatever it would cost for them to install the part. It was quite clear the attendant saw the shock on my face and he recommended I look...

Fitbit is replacing some Sense smartwatches over ECG reading issue

From The Verge: Fitbit is contacting some owners of its Sense smartwatch to offer replacements after discovering a bug affecting its electrocardiogram (ECG) readings. Users on the Fitbit forums have reported receiving emails from the company, warning that their devices are affected by an unspecified...

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