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pcmag.comThe relatively affordable Eufy RoboVac G30 robot vacuum has a compact design, strong suction power for its size, and smarter navigation than its predecessors. If you’re looking for a robot vacuum that can fit in tight spaces, they don't get much more compact than the $349.99 Eufy RoboVac G30. At just 2.85 inches tall, it can clean where a lot of other robot vacuums won’t fit, like under couches. Its battery life is …...

pcmag.comThe Colgate Magik toothbrush makes it fun to brush your teeth with an augmented reality smartphone app that teaches kids how to brush properly and rewards good oral hygiene habits. Having trouble getting your kid to brush their teeth? The $17.99 Colgate Magik might be able to help. Designed for children five to 10 years old, the Magik is a manual toothbrush that works with an augmented reality smartphone app that turns a twice-daily chore into a fun game. As …...

pcmag.comThe 2020 Lexus ES 300h hybrid sedan comes with lavish features and cool tech, offering solid value with high fuel economy. The Lexus ES 300 has been a top seller for three decades, and last year’s seventh generation added a new hybrid trim along with a design upgrade. The 2020 ES 300h hybrid adds no substantial changes other than minor design and tech tweaks to a sedan already popular for …...

pcmag.comWhether you have an iPhone or Android smartphone, here's how to block annoying calls and texts on any phone. There are all sorts of reasons to block a number: an ex who won't stop calling, telemarketers who can't take a hint, scammers, or an aunt who wants to see why you're still not married. When your phone has buzzed one more time than you can take, you know it's …...

pcmag.comStarting in July, Google will turn on a setting that cuts down on the number of notifications Chrome displays on websites that have been flagged for abusing notification prompts. A Google Chrome update coming in July will crack down on intrusive browser notifications.The change deals with how websites display permission windows in Chrome that ask you to subscribe to their notifications. If you click "allow," the website can send you pop-up windows with announcements or news. …...

pcmag.comIdeal for small businesses where managers wear multiple hats, Infusionsoft by Keap is both the launchpad and the control center for various email marketing and CRM activities. Designed specifically for the needs of small businesses, Infusionsoft by Keap, which starts at $199 a month per user account, is a solid all-around email marketing solution that integrates customer relationship management (CRM) and marketing automation functionality in one interface. Its designers worked towards making Infusionsoft an antidote to …...

pcmag.comAffordable wireless audio has come a long way in recent years. Here are the best affordable Bluetooth speakers along with what you need to know when shopping for one. How to Choose the Right Speaker Speakers for the Price of HeadphonesIt's hard to imagine this headline being written even five years ago, but Bluetooth audio …...

computerworld.comMicrosoft on Wednesday released the spring feature upgrade for Windows 10, dubbed Windows 10 May 2020 Update, a.k.a. version 2004, and likely the only real refresh of the year."We are starting to make the May 2020 Update available," said John Cable, director of program management in the Windows delivery and servicing team, in a May 27 post to a company blog.[ Related: Review: Windows 10 May 2020 Update delivers little tweaks that add up to... well, not a lot ] Beginning Thursday, some customers with unmanaged PCs — those not maintained by an IT administrator or staff — could opt in by manually checking for updates and then clicking the "Download and install" link. (Windows 10 May 2020 won't immediately show for everyone because Microsoft is taking its usual gradual approach to rolling out the upgrade, offering 2004 in stages to an increasing number of users beginning with those whose devices Microsoft believes are the most likely to successfully install the...

computerworld.com(Disclosure: HP is a client of the author.)Remote collaboration products generally aren’t ideal.  We know this because, at least up until recently, employees preferred to fly to events rather than attend them remotely. The fact is that you can’t go now in person and fear of COVID-19 is having a significant impact on that behavior.  However, this pandemic will eventually moderate and, unless something changes, we are likely to still feel we need to be at important meetings in person. [ Related: Remote working, now and forevermore? ] Over the years, I’ve seen companies try to build in travel penalties, freeze travel budgets, and use other compensation related tools to try to force people to stay off planes and out of cars. But employees revert to old habits after these rules expire and find creative ways around them even when they’re in place. To read this article in full, please click here...

Heise Top NewsDie NSA sieht das Sandworm-Team des russischen Militärgeheimdienst GRU hinter einer Welle von Cyberattacken auf Exim-Server und mahnt zum Patchen....

computerworld.comWhen it comes to writing messages, Apple Watch limits you to canned responses, dictation, and Scribble notes. Now you can also manually write more complex messages, thanks to the recently-updated FlickType Keypad.The little app that does FlickType is a $1.99 third-party keyboard app designed for iPhone that also works as a gesture/swipe-type keyboard for the Messages app on your Apple Watch. You can use it to write, send and reply to Messages, use the Digital Crown to scroll for alternative words, emojis, and so on. It can be used as a Complication so it can be made available on your watch face – and in fact, you should enable this for best results.To read this article in full, please click here...

Heise Top NewsSamsung will aus der LCD-Technik aussteigen und stattdessen wieder OLEDs produzieren. Auch LG nimmt Abstand von LCDs, aus Mikro-LED-TVs wird vorerst nichts....

computerworld.comIf you're still trying to remember all of your passwords and then type 'em into sites by hand, let me tell you: You're doing it wrong.With all the credentials we have to keep track of these days, there's just no way the human brain can handle the task of storing the specifics — at least, not if you're using complex, unique passwords that aren't repeated (or almost repeated, even) from one site to the next. That's where a password manager comes into play: It securely stores all your sign-in info for you and then fills it in as needed.While there's a case to be made for leaning on a dedicated app for that purpose (for reasons we'll discuss further in a moment), Google has its own password management system built right into Chrome. And it's far better to rely on that than to use nothing at all.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comIT director at this big insurance company makes a big deal about how much money can be saved by consolidating virtual machines, reports a consultant pilot fish working there.But fish isn’t so certain it’s a good idea. “Many of us said, ‘Are you sure about failover?’” says fish. “His response was basically, ‘Go away, kid, ya bother me.’“We finally got all the work done, migrating applications and databases. We got a thank you. Director got promoted — he saved the company $10,000 per month.“Six weeks after this project completed, the company’s websites — all customer-facing and team-facing access — crashed.“After some research, it was discovered that the hosting company, under the director’s signature, had put all of the servers, primary and failover, in the same hardware frame, which had a power-supply failure. The company was offline for nearly 30 hours.To read this article in full,...

Microsoft DeveloperEine aktuelle Ausgabe der Internet of Things Show stellt die Möglichkeiten des Azure Maps Creator vor und zeigt, wie man damit Indoor-Karten und intelligente Gebäudelösungen erstellt....

Microsoft DeveloperWas hat sich in der vergangenen Woche für Entwickler getan? Gab es wichtige Ankündigungen oder neue Wissensressourcen? Unser TechWiese-Team hat zehn interessante Links für Sie zusammengestellt....

Microsoft Aktuelles ITSpannende Ankündigungen, interessante Insights und nützliche Best Practices rund um das Thema Hybrid Cloud – das verspricht eine virtuelle Veranstaltung am 24. Juni 2020 um 18 Uhr....

Microsoft Aktuelles ITIn einer neuen Ausgabe seiner Kolumne zeigt Oliver Gürtler auf, warum die Build ein gutes Beispiel für die vielfältigen Möglichkeiten virtueller Events ist und stellt außerdem die wichtigsten Ankündigungen der Konferenz vor....

Microsoft Aktuelles ITWas hat sich in der vergangenen Woche für Administratoren und IT-Professionals getan? Gab es wichtige Ankündigungen oder neue Wissensressourcen? Unser TechWiese-Team hat zehn interessante Links für Sie zusammengestellt....

Heise Top NewsUS-Präsident Trump hat im Zusammenhang mit Ausschreitungen in Minneapolis mit Schusswaffengebrauch gedroht. Das moniert Twitter....

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