7 New Gadgets to Keep on Your Radar

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This was a big week if you own an Apple Watch and subscribe to either Spotify or Tidal. Why? Because you can finally download music and podcasts to your Apple Watch for offline listening. In other tech news, Apple changed its mind and now says that its HomePod and HomePod mini will be able to play lossless audio. There's a new USB standard that's going to charge your gadgets hella-fast. And Lebron seems to have worn Beats's new wireless earbuds that haven't been announced yet.There were a lot of new gadgets announced this past week, too. We've rounded them up below. Anker Nano II Wall Adapters Courtesy Released in 2018, Anker's Nano wall adapters were the first to feature GaN (gallium nitride), a material that is significantly more energy-efficient and space-efficient than silicon,...

7 New Gadgets to Have on Your Radar This Week

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It's Friday, thankfully, and this past week was another busy one in the world of tech. Google I/O happened, meaning we learned a lot about the software updates coming to some of our favorite services, like Chrome, Google Photos and Google Maps. You can finally buy all of Apple's newest gadgets — including the M1 iMac, M1 iPad Pro and brand-new Apple TV 4K (or even just the new Siri Remote) — starting today. There were also a bunch of cool new gadgets that were announced, which we've rounded up below. Syng Cell Alpha Courtesy The Cell Alpha is a high-end spaceship-looking wireless speaker that's been designed by an ex-Apple engineer who worked on the HomePod (as well as a vast number of other Apple products). According to the company, it's the world’s first “Triphonic”...

7 New Gadgets to Have on Your Radar This Week

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This week in the world of tech and gadgets, Apple invested big in the company that makes the protective glass on its iPhones; the first leaks of Sony's upcoming wireless earbuds, the WF-1000XM4, appeared; Xbox announced a convenient way for consumers to register to purchase its next-gen consoles; and a company called Facer announced a neat way to get customized faces for your Apple Watch. Of course, a bunch of new gadgets were announced, too. We've rounded them up below. Bluesound Node and Powernode (3rd-gen) Bluesound Bluesound announced new and refreshed versions of its Node and Powernode digital music streamers. They don't look drastically different, but Bluesound decked each new model with a more powerful processor and an improved DAC that supports high-resolution audio (up to...

5 New Gadgets to Have on Your Radar This Week

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A lot happened this week in the tech world. Star Wars Day came and went. Bill and Melinda Gates announced that they are separating. And there were a bunch of rumors about the upcoming Apple Watch, as well as rumors of a folding iPhone. But there were a few cool gadgets that were released, too. BenQ TK700STi 4K Projector BenQ The BenQ TK700STi is a new 4K HDR projector that's a great fit for gamers who own latest-generation consoles, like the Xbox Series X or PS5. It can produce a native 4K picture — so there's no need for upscaling, which is what most so-called 4K projectors do — so that games designed for those next-gen consoles can be shown off in all their HDR glory. The catch is that the TK700STi supports HDMI 2.0 rather than HDMI 2.1, meaning that it can only produce a 4K...

8 New Gadgets to Have on Your Radar This Week

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Most of this week's gadget news centered around Apple rolling out its latest iPhone software update and Spotify increasing the price of its family plan. But there were a lot of new gadget announcements this week, too. From Simplehuman's first-ever UV smartphone sanitizer to Samsung's newest Galaxy Books, Bang & Olufsen's fancy wireless speakers to some new MagSafe chargers, we've rounded up the best new gadgets announced this week. Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 28 Bang & Olufsen Bang & Olufsen's BeoLab 28 is a pair of luxury floorstanding speakers that promise excellent sound and copious connectivity options. Each speaker has three 3” full range drivers, a 1” tweeter on the front, and a down-firing subwoofer, and they're packed with technologies that allow you to calibrate the...

Scale Computing Named a “Leader” and “Outperformer” in the GigaOm Radar Report for Hyperconverged Infrastructure: Small-to-Medium Enterprises and Edge

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INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Scale Computing, a market leader in edge computing, virtualization and hyperconverged solutions, today announced that GigaOm has named the company both a “leader” and "outperformer" in its most recent report, “GigaOm Radar for Hyperconverged Infrastructure: Small-to-Medium Enterprises and Edge.” The report takes a comprehensive view of how well Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) solutions serve small to medium enterprises (SME), edge, and Remote office/branch office (ROBO) market segments. The report can be downloaded here. The Radar report recognizes that Scale Computing offers a complete end-to-end solution based on its own virtualization stack, which is designed for small, medium, and large distributed enterprises with a particular focus on edge use cases. Scale Computing offers a self-healing platform...