Author: Edgar Jenkins

New GoPro vlogging grip to triple battery life

GoPro cameras have become ubiquitous in the 21st century, with users sporting this ultra-portable technology during all sorts of leisure activities. As popular as they are, GoPro hasn’t really been able to solve the one problem that has plagued its HERO line of action cameras since the beginning: battery life. Given the small size of these cameras, it all comes down to basic physics. There simply isn’t enough room in the GoPro HERO’s tiny shell to accommodate a large enough battery. Take the case of the GoPro HERO10 – the company’s latest product – which lasts just over an...

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Why 5G is terrible news for the environment!

Never before has a mobile phone switchboard been so decried. 5G does not only arouse fears, and sometimes fantasies, about health. There is now an outcry about its impact on the environment. What environmental consequences could 5G have? We would need to know precisely the extent of its deployment around the world to make projections. Ideally, a multi-criteria life cycle analysis of 5G should also be carried out and compared with 4G. Such information does not exist. However, it is possible to put forward scenarios. More mobile networks What is unanimously agreed is that 5G will have a rebound...

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New USB4 standard doubles throughput and includes optional Thunderbolt interface

The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has just published the official specifications of the new USB4 standard (without spaces between name and number). The objective is to build around the existing system (currently USB 3.0, 3.1, and 3.2) to add new functions and increase throughput. A better distribution of bandwidth In addition to doubling speeds, USB4 differs from USB 3.2 in its dynamic bandwidth management, between several protocols used on the same bus. It, therefore, gains in intelligence compared to the system of dividing the bandwidth into equal parts. It may be particularly effective for data and video transmission, for...

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The best ultraportable PCs in 2019

They are the kings of nomad computing. Ultraportable, sometimes called ultrabooks for the lightest, are compact, lightweight machines with long battery life. Despite their small size, these laptops often offer an excellent level of performance for everyday tasks. And many models, equipped with a touch screen, can be operated with the keyboard, fingers or stylus. Not surprisingly, this top 5 includes rather high-end machines, so quite expensive. We also give you all the tips you need to choose the model that will suit you best in our ultraportable buying guide.   Dell XPS 13 2019 (cnx38002) Compact, lightweight, powerful and...

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The Best Web Hosting Security Practices

Many site owners underestimate the importance of web security. Websites can be attacked and compromised, which is why you need to take steps to ensure that your site is safe and secure. These web hosting security practices should provide the security that you need. Always Update Your Software If you use some software on your website, such as CMS like WordPress, you’re going to want to make sure that software is regularly updated. In many cases, software updates are introduced to patch holes that hackers have discovered. Many web hosts offer managed web hosting packages that will update your...

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