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Coronavirus in NYC: Magnolia Installs UV Lights to Battle Spread of Disease

There’s no cure or vaccine for COVID-19 yet, but restaurants are apparently willing to try anything to ease people’s concerns for the return — including installing newfangled lightbulbs that supposedly kill viruses without harming the human body. Crowd-favorite Magnolia Bakery is gearing up to welcome customers by adding new ultraviolet lights that reportedly kill off…

What to expect from the next iPad Pro refresh: 5G, mini-LED, and more

9to5Mac is brought to you by Concepts App. Sketch and design your ideas on an infinite canvas with flexible vector ink. Available on iPad and iPhone. Try it for free. Even though Apple just refreshed the iPad Pro in March, many people are already asking about what to expect from the next revision. The next-generation…

Fitbit may soon make emergency ventilators to tackle COVID-19 crisis, says CEO James Park

FP TrendingMay 16, 2020 20:50:39 ISTFitbit Inc, which is known for making activity trackers, smartwatches and wireless-enabled wearable technology, will be shifting supply chain resources to make emergency ventilators. In a conversation with CNBC, the CEO of Fitbit, James Park, said that the ventilators will be used to help treat COVID-19 patients and help bolster…

Transform Into Monsters Using A Walkman In Pokémon Fusion-Inspired Cassette Beasts

Gif: Bytten Studio (Kotaku)Coming to PC and consoles from Brighton UK-based indie devs Bytten Studio, Cassette Beasts is an ‘80s-flavored RPG in which players transform and fuse together creatures using the awesome power of cassette tape technology. Creators Jay Baylis and Tom Coxon, who have previously worked on games like Stardew Valley, Wargroove, and Starbound,…

Microsoft might have been right to skip Thunderbolt 3 (again) on the new Surface Book 3

The Surface Book 3 forgoes Thunderbolt 3, making less likely to get hacked as a result it would appear. (Source: Microsoft)Microsoft has been copping it for bypassing Intel’s Thunderbolt ultra-high-speed I/O once again on the new Surface Book 3. However, it appears that its recently revealed security concerns about the technology and how it interfaces…

New leak says you shouldn’t expect Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (Update)

Update, May 11 2020 (8:22 AM ET): It looks like we have even more Galaxy Note 20 series leaks courtesy of a display industry insider. DSCC executive Ross Young tweeted that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Plus will have a slightly bigger screen (from 6.8 inches to 6.87 inches), as well as a 3,096 x 1,444…

10 Business Laptops That Use AMD’s New Ryzen 4000 CPUs

New Lenovo, HP Pro Laptops Support AMD's 7nm Mobile CPUs AMD has launched its new Ryzen Pro 4000 processors for ultra-thin business laptops, claiming performance gains over Intel's vPro lineup and competitive management and security features. With Thursday's launch of the enterprise-grade processors, the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company is receiving early support from Lenovo with…

Tile announces partnership with Intel to track missing PCs

Tile has announced a partnership with Intel to bring its tracking technology to laptops in order to help customers track down misplaced or stolen PCs. Intel will be providing “updated solutions” to OEMs later this year, which means we might start seeing Tile laptops in late 2020 or early 2021. Tile trackers connect, via Bluetooth,…

Designing the world’s first home computers

Long before they found their way into living rooms around the world, computers were the preserve of universities, research institutes and corporate headquarters. After all, the blinking, bulky mainframes of the 1960s might easily fill a room of their own. T…

Deal Alert: The Motorola Razr is Back and It’s Buy One, Get One Free Right Now

Products featured are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission from purchases made from our links; the retailer may also receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. The iconic Motorola razr is back, and the mobile company is celebrating the flip-phone’s return with one of their best deals yet. Motorola…

About Me

Ethelyn Brye is an award-winning author and blogger. Growing up in Switzerland and influenced by renowned Swiss design and a lot of fresh mountain air, she attended and completed design studies in Geneva. Post graduation she moved to Washington State to work for a design firm, but her love of writing brought her to Cyanosaur. She's highly interested in strategy rpgs, mountain climbing, board games with friends and skiing. She lives in Seattle, Washington, with her lovely cat Armstrong.
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