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Google’s New Nest Hub Is the Perfect Alarm Clock
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Google’s New Nest Hub Is the Perfect Alarm Clock

Photo: Andrew Liszewski/Gizmodo Most of us have long since replaced a standalone alarm clock with a phone, but the new Google Nest Hub is the first smart display that justifies its placement on your nightstand. Its new sleep-tracking capabilities are impressive, and it finally offers an easy sleep-tracking solution for those of us who hate...

Intel Somehow Squeezes More Performance Out of Its 11th-Gen Desktop Processors, but I’m Not Sure It Should Have
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Intel Somehow Squeezes More Performance Out of Its 11th-Gen Desktop Processors, but I’m Not Sure It Should Have

Photo: Joanna Nelius/Gizmodo Just when you think Intel couldn’t do anything else with its desktop processors on that old, 14nm node, it manages to do something else. I thought the company hit a limit with its previous generation, although the gains it does make gen-over-gen aren’t the most impressive. Between Intel’s long, fraught saga getting...

Learn How Data Centers Work With This $40 Electrical Engineering Bundle
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Learn How Data Centers Work With This $40 Electrical Engineering Bundle

Our need for data centers is almost bottomless, and their resource demands are equally huge. For example, keeping these racks of servers from melting in the heat of their own processing requires so much cooling, Microsoft tried submerging them in the ocean. That said, learning the electrical engineering behind them is a great way to...

Weird Tweet From U.S. Strategic Command Actually Sent by Small Child
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Weird Tweet From U.S. Strategic Command Actually Sent by Small Child

H-bomb test; radioactive clouds at the Bikini Atoll on May 21, 1956.Photo: Associated Press (AP) U.S. Strategic Command, the people tasked with overseeing the nation’s nuclear weapons, sent out a weird tweet on Monday of complete gibberish, writing “;l;;gmlxzssaw.” What could it mean? Twitter users joked about the possibility of nuclear war, but no one...

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3 ways to make social impact run through your business, not around it

Sherry will be hosting a session on this topic at Boost on April 15th — along with Uber’s Eugenie Teasley. Secure your ticket now. Until recently, my entire career had been spent in the tech industry. From the inside, leadership led a rallying cry that told employees they weren’t just there building software — they...