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Google’s Home Hub can be bricked with one line of code

By | america, Android, Assistant, chicago, computing, ethernet, Gadgets, Google, google home, home hub, http, Intel, jerry gamblin, json, TC, United States, wi-fi, wireless, wireless networking, xml

Security advocate Jerry Gamblin has posted a set of instructions — essentially basic lines of XML — that can easily pull important information off the Google Home Hub and, in some cases, temporarily brick the device. The Home Hub, which is essentially an Android tablet attached to a speaker, is designed to act as an […]

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Review: The Marshall Woburn II packs modern sound, retro look

By | aptx, Bluetooth, electrical engineering, electronics, Gadgets, headphones, marshall, Speaker, wireless, wireless headphones

Marshall speakers stand out. That’s why I dig them. From the company’s headphones to its speakers, the audio is warm and full just like the classic design suggests. The company today is announcing revisions across its lines. The new versions of the Action ($249), Stanmore ($349) and Woburn Bluetooth ($499) speakers now feature Bluetooth 5.0, […]

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The new version of Wi-Fi is called Wi-Fi 6 because rules don’t matter

By | computing, Gadgets, ipad mini, TC, wi-fi, Wi-Fi Alliance, wireless, wireless networking

The Wi-Fi Alliance, the working group that has long offered such euphonious, IEEE-defined names for Wi-Fi protocols such as 802.11ab and 802.11n, has finally decided enough was enough with the numbers and letters and such. Their decision? The next Wi-Fi version will be Wi-Fi 6 — and sucks to your ass-mar if you don’t like […]

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Technique to beam HD video with 99 percent less power could sharpen the eyes of smart homes

By | backscatter, Gadgets, Hardware, Mobile, Science, streaming video, TC, wireless

Everyone seems to be insisting on installing cameras all over their homes these days, which seems incongruous with the privacy crisis — but that’s a post for another time. Today, we’re talking about enabling those cameras to send high-definition video signals wirelessly without killing their little batteries. A new technique makes beaming video out more than 99 percent more efficient, possibly making batteries unnecessary altogether.

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The SteelSeries Arctis Pro lineup is a new high-water mark in comfort and quality

By | Bluetooth, Computer Hardware, computing, controller, dts, Gadgets, Gaming, Headset, mac, microsoft windows, oled, player, PlayStation 4, Reviews, sound cards, SteelSeries, TC, Turtle Beach, wireless, Xbox One

SteelSeries has two new Arctis Pro gaming headsets out, and they pack a lot of tech and versatility into a comfortable, visually attractive package. The SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless and Arctis Pro + GameDAC are both incredibly capable headsets that deliver terrific sound, and depending on your system needs, should probably be your first choice […]

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Anker’s Nebula Capsule portable projector is a pocket powerhouse

By | Amazon, Android, Bluetooth, bluetooth speaker, capsule, coke, computing, Gadgets, Hardware, HDMI, indiegogo, Netflix, Remote Control, Reviews, Speaker, Streaming Media, TC, Technology, usb, wi-fi, wireless

Anker is a device maker that’s rapidly become a go-to brand for affordable, quality accessories include cables, chargers and backup batteries. More recently, it’s started to branch out into additional areas, including projectors through its Nebula brand. The Nebula Capsule is the latest product from that line, a super portable projector with an Android-based OS, […]

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