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Razer Hunstman Mini: Small gaming keyboards, done right

When it comes to PC gaming, I’m the type who likes a large, full-size keyboard with a number pad. Additional buttons are a bonus. For this reason, Razer’s new Hunstman Mini, the company’s first 60% keyboard, did not at first seem to match my preferences. The Hunstman Mini is not just a keyless keyboard that lacks a number pad. Razers …

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Is visibility the DevOps Magic Bullet? – Gigaom

DevOps is an area defined by ambition – there is a better way to do things, a way to faster software delivery, better results, more efficient processes, and higher levels of productivity. The potential is there, but as we cover in our report “Creating Value Through Visibility”, the path to success is challenging. Not least: Ensiled teams Complex architectures and …

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Developers like to participate as Stadia Courts Indies

In the early days of Stadia, there was a mix of good and bad news. Google’s cloud gaming service has evolved into a reliable, stable offering with solid performance over connections that meet the specified minimum requirements. The problem? The game library is limited. Google has turned to independent studios for help and has expanded their selection with games like …

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Huawei will be sold from the UK’s 5G network by 2027

The UK government has changed its position to use Huawei’s 5G telecommunications infrastructure. Huawei 5G devices announced on Tuesday July 14th by digital secretary Oliver Dowden will need to be removed from all UK networks by 2027. After December 31 of this year, network operators are prohibited from buying new 5G infrastructure hardware from Huawei. It is a reversal of …

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Liteboxer is the dance dance revolution of the in-home workout

If you’ve ever dreamed of climbing into the ring and going from head to toe with Rocky Balboa as a workout, but don’t like wearing two black eyes, the Liteboxer is a safer alternative. Liteboxer is a home fitness platform that combines cardio and cardio endurance training with technology to create a full body workout that challenges even the most …

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With Amazon Dash Cart, you can skip cashier lines in supermarkets

Amazon wants to give the good old shopping cart an upgrade of the 21st century. The e-commerce giant today launched Dash Cart, a smarter trolley that allows you to skip the traditional cashier line. Equipped with a mixture of sensors, a scale and cameras, the Amazon Dash Cart can recognize what you are placing in it. Once you’re done with …

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Grant Imahara, host of Mythbusters Host, died at the age of 49

Gabriel Olsen / Getty Images Former MythBusters and White Rabbit Project Host Grant Imahara died at the age of 49. In a statement to the news agencies, a Discovery spokesman said: “We are broken to hear this sad news about Grant. He was an important part of our Discovery family and a really wonderful man. Our thoughts and prayers go …

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The best fitness games Digital trends

Let’s face it, training isn’t so fun. Most people aren’t enthusiastic about running on a treadmill or lifting weights for several hours a week, let alone signing up for gym membership. Game developers have taken note of it and in the past few years we have launched several excellent fitness-based games. Gym rats and newcomers to fitness can work up …

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