Microsoft's Surface Hub 2 is a bold attempt to change our way of working
It's surprising when someone turns a 50.5-inch 4K + screen
The Google Chrome team rolls back the update that muted many web games
Chrome browser version 66 silently plays audio by default to remove annoying web popups. The problem is that it also turns off the sound on a number of interactive pages and games that are not ads. Now Google has released a new update that will return the change for sites that use the WebAudio API and promises a temporary pardon until Chrome 70 arrives later this year.
Ariana Grande and The Roots Make Music with Nintendo Labo
Watch Ariana Grande "No Tears Left to Cry" accompanied by Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and members of The Roots on Nintendo Labo Instruments
PicoBrew goes beyond beer to tackle the Pico U Coffee, Kombucha, and more
Meet Pico's new Universal Brew Machine, which can make beer, coffee, tea, kombucha, horchata, and many other beverages , There are parts that you need to replace, depending on what you do, such as: B. the basket for coffee grounds and various filters for beer or other drinks. However, the biggest difference between the Pico U and its predecessor is in size, materials and price. The full-plastic U is much smaller than the Pico C. It is available for Kickstarter supporters for $ 169.
Amazon Launches Special Whole Foods Discounts for Prime Members
As Amazon Prime's annual installment rises to $ 119, the company deepens its ties to Whole Foods. Subscribers now receive an additional 10 percent off sale items and deep discounts on selected best-selling items every week. Currently, discounts are only available in Florida, but they will be rolled out nationwide this summer.
ESPN + Report
ESPN + will not completely cure live sports retreat if you've already cut the string. However, that does not mean it's not much – especially if you like MLS and baseball (MLB or college). Then the only real drawback is the loss of studio shows.
This is where maps help the Mercedes S560 take sharp turns
Adaptive Cruise Control usually makes sense where you follow another car if you want to slow down a bend on the road. But in the Mercedes S560 you can set and forget it, thanks to data from Here maps that make sure that the convertible moves at a safe speed. Roberto Baldwin explains why it is "strange, helpful and an important step towards cars that move safely themselves."
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