The other big reason for wanting to own the K10s is that, well, they are beautiful. Just when I thought the whole machined-aluminum thing was growing stale with every smartphone manufacturer now issuing a device built that way, in comes this red-accented pair of acoustic marvels. The Noble Audio crown sits atop a rock-solid aluminum shell that is gently ridged around the sides and feels like it could last a lifetime. Wearing these is rather like putting on a pair of brightly colored socks with your regular staid business suit — a bit of colorful flair that's only occasionally noticed. … [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
We've been anticipating WireGuard's inclusion into the mainline Linux kernel for quite some time—but as of Sunday afternoon, it's official. Linus Torvalds released the Linux 5.6 kernel, which includes (among other things) an in-tree WireGuard. Phoronix has a great short list of the most interesting new features in the 5.6 kernel, as well as a longer "everything list" for those who want to make sure they don't miss anything. Further ReadingWireGuard VPN review: A new type of VPN offers serious advantages … [Read more...] about WireGuard VPN makes it to 1.0.0—and into the next Linux kernel
Anker's Nebula Mars II is a portable projector that lets you bring a screen pretty much anywhere you go, and now that it's on sale for just $349.99 at Woot, it's worth some serious consideration for all of the evenings you're about to spend at home. At $150 off, today's deal marks one of the best prices this projector has ever had; it more commonly sells for $500. You've only got until the end of the day or until sold out to score this saving, though. … [Read more...] about Anker’s Nebula Mars II projector is the perfect buy for nights in with $150 off
The issue of potential application malware and compromising device security when installing from third-party sources wasn't lost on me. Still, Google's record on the Play Store hasn't been exactly stellar when it comes to vetting apps from its developers for security risks. While I am not going to say installing apps from a source other than Google Play is just as safe, the objective of this experiment was to see if I could substitute what I needed from third-party sources and if the device would be usable as such. Long term, I would undoubtedly prefer all these apps to be installable directly from Huawei, Amazon, or another trusted source such as Microsoft. … [Read more...] about Huawei P40 Pro: Android phone without Google? No problem!