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Razer’s Base Station Chroma is a flashy headset stand with RGB lighting

Razer, the company that ushered in the apocalypse by unleashing the RGB mousepad upon the world, is back at it again. This week the company pulled back the curtain on an—I swear—RGB headset stand. RGB. Headset. Stand. If you’d told me when I started this job that I’d one day assemble those three words together I would’ve thrown out the first RGB ... Read More »

Over third of heart surgery devices infected with bacteria

More than one third of the devices that are used in open-heart surgeries may be contaminated with a life-threatening bacteria, putting patients at the risk of deadly infections, a new US study warns. Researchers from the Special Pathogens Laboratory in the US found that 33 out of 89 heater-cooler units (HCU) about 37 per cent tested positive for Mycobacterium chimaera ... Read More »

Facepalm: Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake CPUs won’t work with today’s motherboards

Get ready to facepalm, Intel fans. The company’s upcoming Coffee Lake CPUs apparently won’t work with existing stocks of motherboards, a manufacturer confirmed on Wednesday. In a Twitter post by Asrock last Saturday, the company flat-out said the new CPU won’t work with today’s motherboards. When asked by Evan Jensen “…will the Z270 Supercarrier get support for the upcoming @intel ... Read More »

Micromax Selfie 2 With Front Flash Launched in India: Price, Specifications, Features

After listing it quietly on the company website last week, Micromax on Monday launched its Selfie 2 smartphone in India officially. As you already know, the big highlight of the Micromax Selfie 2 is its front camera setup, its latest Android software, and the fingerprint scanner support at the back. The smartphone is priced in the country at Rs. 9,999 and will be made ... Read More »

Venturing Into Education: Investment With A Learning Curve

I often hear the education investment market compared to the Wild, Wild West. That may come partly from the fact that education represents a whopping 9% of the US economy and its market cap is a scant .3%. Or it may come from the belief that education technology is growing so quickly that speculative investing is a pretty good call. But even ... Read More »

Velotooler updates with features for bike share managers, direct bike sales and teams

HAMDEN, Conn. (BRAIN) — Velotooler, which launched last year to help connect consumers with freelance mechanics, has updated its platform to add features for bike share fleet managers, consumer-direct bike brands and race teams. Velotooler is now set up to accept business accounts for the managers of bike fleets, including bike share fleets, allowing fleet managers to bring in Velotooler’s mechanics as ... Read More »

Micromax Selfie 2 goes official with 8MP front camera, Android Nougat

Micromax has unveiled a new smartphone. Dubbed Selfie 2, the device is powered by MediaTek MT6737 SoC and sports an 8MP front camera that features a wide angle Sony IM135 lens and offers support for real-time bokeh effect. The rear camera is 13MP, while memory configuration is 3GB/32GB. There’s also a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The handset runs Android Nougat out ... Read More »

ShopClues eyes growth with industry-first category for Refurbished, Unboxed Gadgets

New Delhi : Online marketplace ShopClues aims to expand consumer base by creating Re-New gadgets, which is a dedicated category for refurbished and unboxed electronic devices, including Laptops, smart phones, and Tablets. “At ShopClues, our vision has always been to build the largest e-commerce destination for the real India, and we have been working on structuring the local retail market thus far. ... Read More »

Ryzen sales lead AMD earnings, despite issues with game optimization and mining

Ryzen was the star of AMD’s second-quarter earnings call Tuesday: The processors helped boost earnings 19 percent compared to a year ago. Company executives also had two messages for gamers: one, that game developers had largely completed their code optimizations for Ryzen, and two, that miners who hoarded graphics cards wouldn’t be around forever. Both messages should resonate with gamers, ... Read More »

ZeroLemon delivers Galaxy S8, S8+ and LG G6 battery cases with insane capacity

You may have heard of ZerLemon but if you haven’t, they make absurdly large battery cases for the top smartphones out there. And they just added the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and LG G6to their list of supported devices. The cases bring different battery gains. The Galaxy S8 can get either 5,500mAh (120% extra battery) or 8,500mAh (195%), while the S8+ options are 6,300mAh ... Read More »