My standard test for how deep a headphone's bass goes is Jamie XX's "Gosh," which starts off with a delightful sub-bass rumble. The Kaiser 10 passed with flying colors, going right down into the purring region without losing any of its precision. It's almost shocking how good and plentiful the bass is from a set of earphones this size. Bass in headphones is rather like bokeh with cameras in that the bigger the equipment, the better the effect. Noble Audio pretty much shrugs that conventional wisdom off. The K10's sound balance is also very good and coherent, which shouldn't be taken for granted with all those drivers firing inside the enclosure. … [Read more...] about Noble Audio Kaiser 10 review
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The professor is also concerned that CS’s focus on AI is drawing the field away from its original objective – building better operating systems, computer networks and new device drivers. “With attention shifting to building AI algorithms, the focus on system research and education is going down, which may impact the future. Somewhere this is already leading to a dearth of good systems engineers in the industry,” he adds. He thinks AI should ideally have been driven by the statistics or mathematics department, since statistics and mathematics are at the heart of AI. But instead, AI got associated with CS. He thinks that is because CS tends to be driven by what the market wants. Time will tell how this will impact progress in computing systems. Ganguly, who has been teaching in the country’s first IIT since 2005 and is an alumnus of the renowned institute, says doing a PhD could be very helpful, especially in an industry known for changing its focus every … [Read more...] about Focus on social science in school to do well in computer science
DKMS builds add a significant amount of extra time to routine kernel upgrades even when they go well, since the system is actually recompiling the source code itself against the new kernel's headers. Although WireGuard is a relatively small and clean project, the DKMS build time is generally in the "several minutes" range even on relatively fast servers. This wasn't enough extra time to be a big factor in automated upgrades, but it was enough to cause some frustrated toe-tapping in manual installations and upgrades. … [Read more...] about WireGuard VPN makes it to 1.0.0—and into the next Linux kernel
Anker's Nebula Mars II projector is capable of creating an HD picture with up to 1280 x 720 resolution and features 300 ANSI lm brightness and 720p DLP IntelliBright technology for an improved image. Its integrated dual 10W audio drivers offer powerful sound, and there's even an autofocus feature that will enhance the picture automatically whenever the projector is moved to a new location. … [Read more...] about Anker’s Nebula Mars II projector is the perfect buy for nights in with $150 off
These days, I am not driving anywhere other than my local Costco and supermarket, or I'm picking up some take out food close to home, for obvious reasons. But, when life eventually returns to normal, if I continue to use the P40 Pro as my daily Android driver, I'll need to replace Google Maps with a different navigation and mapping solution. There's a bunch of good ones out there that are not dependent on Google Mobile Services, such as Waze, Sygic, Tomtom, and the very excellent HERE WeGo, which is a company that was spun off from the Microsoft-Nokia asset divestiture. Naturally, some of these are paid apps, while others are "freemium," meaning not all the features are free; they require in-app purchases to enable them fully. … [Read more...] about Huawei P40 Pro: Android phone without Google? No problem!