The new bill would also directly target one of the federal programs that dole out millions of dollars to state and local law enforcement and corrections programs across the country, known as the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program. The Byrne grant program made $264 million available to state police departments last year, according to the program’s website. … [Read more...] about Feds would be banned from using facial recognition under new bill
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Only available in the US. Amazon has released its own DVR (Digital Video Recorder) to record free over-the-air content and watch it via an Amazon Fire TV device or Echo Show (so you'll need one of those too). There are no subscription fees here, so it's a tempting option for all you cord cutters out there and with a 500GB capacity on the cheapest model, you're looking at around 75 hours of storage, so there's no need to pick up an external drive to save content, which is an issue with some DVRs. … [Read more...] about The best cheap Amazon Fire Stick prices and deals for July 2020
PS5 vs Xbox Series X: what we know so farPS5 games: all the games rumored and confirmed for the PlayStation 5Xbox Series X games: every exclusive and cross-gen game announced so farPS5 DualSense controller vs Xbox Series X controller: release dateAs you’d expect for new console controllers, both the PS5 DualSense controller and the Xbox Series X controller are expected to launch alongside the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X respectively. … [Read more...] about PS5 DualSense controller vs Xbox Series X controller: which gamepad will be best?
"What we've been told is that since people have started to work and study from home more, the use of camera covers has gone up dramatically," the repair tech told me. "It makes sense, people are using video more and more, and it can feel intrusive, so being able to slide a cover across the camera offers some privacy even mid-meetings where people might not want to disconnect. But consequently, the number of screen breakages are up. And it's a pretty distinctive screen break -- leaving a glowing white line down the middle of the display -- so we know why it's happened even if people are evasive about how the damage happened." … [Read more...] about The real reason Apple is warning users about MacBook camera covers