At first, the increased radiation will blast the four outer planets, stripping away their atmospheres, which are just as fragile as that of a terrestrial planet. But as the sun continues to swell, some of the outer tendrils of its atmosphere can find their way to the giants, traveling through funnels of gravity. Feeding on that material, the outer planets can gorge themselves, becoming far larger than they ever were before. … [Read more...] about Will our solar system survive the death of our sun?
While it would be difficult to guess all the companies on the list, it's safe to assume that in will include American tech giants like Facebook, Apple, Amazon, and Google. Criteria for making the list include market share, number of users, and whether rivals depend on a certain company's tightly-locked platform to provide alternatives to its services. … [Read more...] about EU is drafting a list of big tech companies that will face tougher regulation
This should help anyone who's ever struggled to situate their iPhone on just the right spot on a charging pad, and during the event livestream, presenters clipped on magnetic chargers through cases. The official MagSafe chargers even charge at up to 15W wirelessly, which is neat – but even neater, the system works with cases and other accessories to securely clip them on. … [Read more...] about iPhone 12 Pro Max release date, price, 5G, news and features
Google's Find My Device can be used to ring a missing device, remotely secure your smartphone, and also wipe all content on your stolen property. The service is automatically made available by default once a Google account is connected to your device but it does require the device to be turned on, to have an active internet connection, and to have both location and the Find My Device feature enabled. … [Read more...] about Cybersecurity 101: Protect your privacy from hackers, spies, and the government
Microsoft's approach builds on its blockbuster Office franchise (the name change from Office 365 to Microsoft 365 was effective earlier this year). and the accompanying desktop apps, which are now available in Click-to-Run packages that update automatically. The back-end services, including Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online, and Microsoft Teams, offer an easy migration path for organizations ready to move their on-premises servers to the cloud. Employees can access those services using familiar desktop apps like Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, or they can use web-based alternatives. … [Read more...] about Microsoft 365 vs Google Workspace (formerly G Suite): Which productivity suite is best for your business?