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Recent articles by Daniel:

Ring made a security drone that flies around inside your home

It'll fly around your home to keep watch for baddies, and check you turned the cooker off. → Read More

Ring will introduce end-to-end encryption to address security concerns

2020 has seen Ring come in for plenty of criticism about the security of its products and the closeness of its leadership with law enforcement. The EFF has said that the company’s Android app was riddled with third party trackers, and its partnerships with police forces was leading us toward a surveillance state. To address some of those concerns, the company is beefing up encryption for users’s… → Read More

Ring announces a security camera and alarm for your car

Ring is building a dashcam and car alarm to protect your ride. → Read More

Amazon says it has nothing to do with the Echelon 'Prime Bike'

Amazon has moved to put clear distance between it and Echelon Fitness, a company that produces connected exercise equipment. Yesterday, the company announced that it was making the “Prime Bike,” a stripped-down version of its Peloton-esque Connect Sport spin bike. → Read More

The next US particle accelerator will be built on Long Island by 2031

The Electron-Ion Collider will try and uncover the secrets of how electrons bind themselves together. → Read More

Elgato’s new Ring Light can be controlled from a Stream Deck

The new Ring Light has the same tech as the Key Light, but, you know, in a ring. → Read More

You can now set Firefox as your default iOS browser

You can opt for Firefox as your default browser on iOS devices. → Read More

Amazon's $500 'Prime Bike' is a connected spin bike made by Echelon

For $500, you can get an Amazon Prime-blessed connected spin bike from Echelon. → Read More

Netflix cancels 'Dark Crystal' prequel series after one season

Not even an Emmy award could save 'The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance' from Netflix's axe. → Read More

Microsoft is buying Bethesda, id, Arkane and more studios

Microsoft just bought some of the biggest game studios in the world. → Read More

Humble’s You Can Pet The Dog bundle is exactly what it sounds like

Good. Doggos. Petting. Charity. What more do you need? → Read More

A reality show wants to send its winning contestant to the ISS

'Space Hero' wants to send a reality TV winner into space, if it can find the money. → Read More

Sony's Xperia 5 II features a 120Hz display and real-time eye-autofocus

The Xperia 5 II takes plenty of what we loved in the Xperia 1 II and shrinks it down. → Read More

Apple's services still aren't as good as its hardware

Are Apple's services for iOS diehards or a mass-market? → Read More

'The Mandalorian’ season two trailer is here

We’re just over a month away until the second season of The Mandalorian drops onto Disney+ and, to whet our appetites even more, Disney has just dropped a full trailer. The new series, which begins on October 30th, will see Mando and The Child tasked with seeking out a band of obscure sorcerers. Naturally, this is The Mandalorian, so the journey will involve plenty of dingy rooms, fighting, and… → Read More

Amazon and Oscar de la Renta launch a luxury shop

Amazon is finally getting a taste of high-end fashion retail with help from Oscar de la Renta. → Read More

On wants to rent, rather than sell, its recyclable sneakers

It's expensive, but elite runners can get new shoes every six months without any guilt that they're being wasteful. → Read More

Apple experiments with 'Express' store to limit COVID risks

Apple is experimenting with offering service to customers in stores. → Read More

Jaguar's F-Pace refresh includes its first plug-in hybrid

The Jaguar F-Pace has a PHEV model that'll delight company car buyers. → Read More

The switch to remote learning has made schools even bigger cyber targets

As homeschooling increased, so did attacks against educational institutions. → Read More