Here at Gizmodo, we’ve just wrapped up Feud Week: A series on personality and business clashes in the tech world, scientific disputes, and whether or not to shoot Bigfoot. (I say let the big guy do his thing, unless it turns out it’s kidnapping people with mind-waves to make more Bigfoots.) Some have said that a Nice Week is in our future. I say Feud Week ends when I say it does and those people are jerks. So you have two choices. The first is to “bring it,” you peace-loving cowards. But if your weak little bodies cannot stomach more feuding, perhaps you could recuperate by reading the best Gizmodo stories of the week. Artists Heading to Dungeons & Dragons Session Say ICE Detained Them, Would Not Allow Them Entry to U.S. Three artists traveling to Wizards of the Coast’s headquarters to join the latest Dungeons & Dragons brainstorming session were reportedly denied entry into the United States and sent back to their home … [Read more...] about Feud Week, Dungeons & Dragons, Shooting Bigfoot, and IFA 2018: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week
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There comes a time in every gadget’s life when it needs to accept the reality of growing old—software lag has gone beyond a joke, it’s no longer getting updates, and nothing works with it any more. And maybe the screen is broken too. But while you put in an order for a new toy, here’s everything you can (and should) do with your old device. Use it for something else We’ve written before about some of the ways you can repurpose old gadgets, but it’s worth remembering that almost any kind of device can be used for something else once it’s gone past its sell by date (or even if it hasn’t). Sure, your smartphone or tablet might not cut it any more for switching between demanding apps multiple times a day, and loading up the latest games, but if it can run one app well then you can keep it handy—as a controller for your Sonos or Spotify speakers maybe, or as an ebook reader with an dedicated app installed. You can even put your old … [Read more...] about How to Get Everything Possible Out of Your Old Gadgets in 2018
Getting hold of an email account is easy. Sign up with an ISP and you’ve got one account for starters. Creating an account with Google and other big names will get you more. Buy a decent web hosting package and you'll probably get enough email addresses to power a large business, all for no extra charge.Getting the right email account is more difficult, as there's a lot to consider. What are the spam filters like? How easy is it to keep your inbox organized? Can you access the account from other email clients? And what about using the service with a custom domain and address of your own ([email protected])?Keep reading and we'll highlight some of the best email providers around. All have decent free services, perhaps with ads and some limits, but we'll also talk about their business-friendly commercial products which deliver the power, functionality and enterprise-level extras that demanding users need.The best email services of 2018 are :1. GmailGoogle’s webmail … [Read more...] about The best email provider of 2018
Before you throw away that old gaming equipment, read this. You can make money out of your old gaming gadgets. So hang in there, and we’ll fill you in in a second. But first, how did you get here in the first place? Remember how you couldn’t stop playing with that gadget and then, one day, it was left in one corner as junk. Have you ever heard of the Law of Obsolescence? According to this law, as new technology develops, the rapid changes could render previous or older technology obsolete. Remember the Walkman that almost became ubiquitous in the 80s? It became a “museum artifact” after audio format such as the MP3 was invented for use in mini music players and mobile phones. Suddenly, tape recorders and audio cassettes became obsolete with the rise of new audio products. The same is true for gaming equipment. In the late 70s and 80s, the Atari game captured the fancy of just about every kid and not a few adults. Atari became synonymous with … [Read more...] about How to Make Money out of your Old Gaming Equipment?
Best Thunderbolt Devices of 2017 Thunderbolt devices are very fast, usually much faster than original computer internal hard drives. Thunderbolt devices is the best solution for professionals like photographers and filmmakers. Thunderbolt is the latest connection type and offers transfer speeds up to 10Gbps and 20Gbps for Thunderbolt 2 connections. Thunderbolt is support for HD audio and video. It is possible to chain up to seven devices together with Thunderbolt. Below we offer You list of the Best Thunderbolt Devices of 2016. The G-Tech G-Speed Studio R Thunderbolt 2 Review (Amazon Discount Link) One of the fastest storage device on the market at the moment – The G-Tech G-Speed Studio R Thunderbolt 2. Thunderbolt 2 offers lightning speed data rates. In our testings reading speed went up to 456 MB/s and writting speed 260 Mb/s. This is the fastest storage device we have ever tested. The second one is Promise Pegasus 2 with reading speed up to 376 Mb/s and writting … [Read more...] about Best Thunderbolt Devices of 2018