Make His Day with Dad Jokes and Newegg Tech Gifts

Newegg Commerce, Inc. (NASDAQ: NEGG) a leading global technology e-commerce retailer, today shared details of featured product categories, promotional sale products and gift ideas for Father’s Day, June 19, 2022. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: employee Ricky Perez and daughter Zen experience a PC game together. Newegg has Father's Day tech gifts for every dad. (Photo: Business Wire) Father’s Day wouldn’t be complete without gifting Dad all the tech gifts he wants, including a new gaming PC, smartwatch, big screen TV, 5.1 surround sound home theater system, e-bike or the newest and latest tech. Featured Father’s Day sale promotions (until June 19) from Newegg include: Dad has probably been wanting to launch a livestreaming channel and a...

Naim Audio Uniti Atom Headphone Edition amplifier offers optimized headphone listening » Gadget Flow

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Turn any space into your audio haven with the Naim Audio Uniti Atom Headphone Edition amplifier. This amp works great for headphone listening. It boasts balanced 4-pin XLR and 4.4 mm (Pentaconn) outputs and a 6.3 mm output, and it works with various headphones. And, unlike typical headphone amplifiers that require a separate streaming device, this music gadget has built-in streaming services. So you can stream your own library, favorite radio stations, and music from apps like Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, and QoBuz through this device. Moreover, you can also wirelessly stream from your devices through Apple AirPlay 2, Chromecast built-in, and other sources. What’s more, the Naim app makes controlling this gadget simple and helps you access all your music. Finally, this also serves as a compact streaming pre-amp. Simply add additional speakers...

Argonne’s Margaret Butler Fellowship Offers Opportunity to Work on Exascale Computing Applications

Argonnes Margaret Butler Fellowship Offers Opportunity to Work on Exascale
May 10, 2021 — As a PhD student at Oklahoma State University, Romit Maulik was brimming with ideas on how supercomputers could advance his computational physics research, but he lacked the resources to put his plans into action. That all changed in 2019, when he joined the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF) as the recipient of its Margaret Butler Fellowship in Computational Science. “On paper, you can write out ideas, but to execute them, you often need help from experts,” says Maulik. ​“Since joining the ALCF, I have been able to take simple problems in my thesis and scale them up to much larger ones.” The ALCF, a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facility at DOE’s Argonne National Laboratory, is now granting the same opportunity to a new class of postdoctoral researchers through an open call for...