The New Standard for Modern Business Notebooks

Angelena Iglesia

As companies muscle through on-going economic and logistical shifts, many are recognizing the need for more robust and flexible mobile PC solutions to empower their remote workers.

The changes have ushered in a need to get more out of a business notebook. With breakthrough performance, long-lasting battery life, and an array of professional manageability features that help enable secure and productive remote work without draining IT resources,  AMD Ryzen™ PRO 4000 series processors are defining a new standard for modern business PCs. These processors provide organizations with enterprise-grade computing horsepower in a sleek, mobile form factor, eliminating the need to choose between the flexibility of a laptop or desktop-grade performance.

“The Ryzen PRO 4000 processor family delivers capabilities typically seen in desktop platforms, such as 8 cores and 16 threads, in sleek, stylish notebooks offering all-day battery life with the Ryzen™ 7 4750U processor[2]– so there are no

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The best Labor Day tech deals 2020

Angelena Iglesia

Image: Satechi

Welcome to Labor Day weekend. Whether you’re working during the US holiday on Monday, September 7th, or you have off, retailers have cut prices on several tech products. For the discounts that are more limited in duration, I’ve made sure to note when those deals will end. It’s safe to assume that any deal that doesn’t list an end date will continue to be available well after Labor Day has passed.

Gadgets / accessories

  • Satechi is offering a site-wide discount on its useful accessories (like it’s USB-C Apple Watch charger, shown above) through September
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Immervision Introduces JOYCE, the First Humanoid Robot with Intelligent Vision Developed by the Computer Vision Community

Angelena Iglesia


3 ‘Strong Buy’ Stocks With Over 7% Dividend Yield

Markets are volatile, there can be no doubt. So far this month, the S&P 500 has fallen 9% from its peak. The tech-heavy NASDAQ, which had led the gainers all summer, is now leading the on the fall, having lost 11% since September 2. The three-week tumble has investors worried that we may be on the brink of another bear market.The headwinds are strong. The usual September swoon, the upcoming election, doubts about another round of economic stimulus – all are putting downward pressure on the stock markets.Which doesn’t mean that there are no opportunities. As the old saw goes, “Bulls and bears can both make money, while the pigs get slaughtered.” A falling market may worry investors, but a smart strategy can prevent the portfolio from losing too much long-term value while maintaining a steady income. Dividend stocks, which

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St. Charles Trading Inc. brings their modern vision to the food distribution industry once again

St. Charles Trading Inc., a high quality food ingredient distributor, announces that they have launched their new website as of Aug. 19, 2020.

Since its inception in 1984, St. Charles Trading (SCT) has not stopped growing and innovating. SCT has been in its newly renovated office for roughly two years.



As St. Charles Trading, Inc. pushes past the commonplace into a modernized design and ethos, they have also redesigned their website. They expect their website to invoke the feeling of their office and the great company that it is.

Solid Digital, a full-service digital agency located in Chicago and Portland, was instrumental to the creation of the new St. Charles Trading website. Their collaborative processes and deep understanding of web development helped to create the perfect website to represent the St. Charles Trading, Inc. vision for a modernized food distribution industry.

When asked to reflect on the new website, Matthew

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Best 25 Gadgets to Keep Your House Clean

Cleaning your house should no longer be an insufferable chore if you make use of some high-tech gadgets and tools to help you around. New cleaning gadgets and smart tech tools appear every year on the market, but how do you know what’s good and what’s rotten? Most consumers will look for cleaning gadgets that are very easy to use and maintain but in the same time not cost an exorbitant price.

In order to save time and energy, tech-savvy persons should not only have at least one cleaning gadget in their house, whether we’re talking about a dishwasher, a smart vacuum cleaner or whatnot. Our professional and personal life is often very busy and we don’t manage to clean our house as we’d like to and hiring professional cleaners isn’t always the cheapest solution. So maybe investing in a house cleaning gadget is the solution you are looking for.

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TSMC’s N12e technology promises to revolutionize low-power IoT devices

At its annual technology symposium, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. revealed its new process technology designed specifically for ultra-low-power devices.

The N12e node promises to enable improved performance of various internet-of-things (IOT) products that need to combine rich functionality and long battery life. 

Most of ultra-low-power fabrication processes from foundries today rely on planar transistors. By contrast, all high-performance nodes have long been using FinFET transistor with much higher performance and scaling potential. Being an evolution of TSMC’s 12FFC+_ULL node, N12e technology uses FinFET transistors, but offers energy-efficiency beyond that of modern low-power nodes.

Ultra-low-power FinFET

TSMC claims its N12e process has a 76% higher logic density than its 22ULL fabrication technology, a 49% higher speed at a given power or a 55% lower power at a given frequency. In addition, the node reduces SRAM leakage current by 50% and supports 0.4V operation.

(Image credit: TSMC)

Using FinFET technology for a

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Pursue the Urban-Commuter Market With Kandi Technologies Stock

a car parked in a parking lot: The EX6 model from Kandi Technologies (KNDI) is on display in Shanghai.

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The EX6 model from Kandi Technologies (KNDI) is on display in Shanghai.

With Chinese electric-vehicle manufacturer Nio (NYSE:NIO) gaining a high profile among stock traders, some folks have turned their attention to Kandi Technologies Group (NASDAQ:KNDI) recently. After all, it’s conceivable that Kandi Technologies stock could spike just like Nio stock did.

a car parked in a parking lot: The EX6 model from Kandi Technologies (KNDI) is on display in Shanghai.

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The EX6 model from Kandi Technologies (KNDI) is on display in Shanghai.

The comparison is inevitable, as everyone wants to find the next Nio. And they want to own a company with similar growth to Nio, which in August posted a 104%  year-over-year increase in its SUV sales.

But let’s not assume that the two companies are one and the same. Sure, they’re both electric -car manufacturers headquartered in China. Yet anyone who invests hard-earned capital in Kandi Technologies stock will want to know

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This satirical RNC website appeals to the “Modern QAnon Republican”

The 2020 Republican National Convention wraps up its four-night-long train wreck tonight, and if you’ve paid attention to any of it, you could be tempted into thinking their candidate for reelection is a sociopathic narcissist running on a platform of fear, intolerance, and authoritarian, conspiratorial doublespeak. Like, just check out the “official” Republican Nationalist Convention website, which is chock-full of legitimate facts about this year’s RNC attendees…

© Screenshot: Bend the Arc (Fair Use)

Alright, so it’s not the actual RNC homepage, but c’mon. How far off is it from reality, really? Created by the progressive Jewish organization, Bend the Arc: Jewish Action, the parody “Republican Nationalist Convention” site invites likeminded red-blooded (white-skinned) patriots to their Trumptastic meetup and QAnon info sessions. The site’s “Who We Are” page even gives a rundown of such party clowns like Rep. Matt Gaetz (“Replacement Theory Promoter”), Rep. Dan Crenshaw (“Racist Facebook Admin”), and

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Computer hack complicates e-learning at Valparaiso schools | Education

Berta said the district currently is seeking outside technological assistance to halt the attacks and prevent further complications.

He said numerous parents with information technology experience, whose children attend Valparaiso schools, also have volunteered to help.

“The primary job right now is trying to put up a defense system so this outside hacking cannot occur,” Berta said.

He said the school district also has been in touch with the Valparaiso Police Department, and will be getting touch with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, to help catch the hackers and seek criminal charges against them.

More importantly, however, is getting the system back up and running so parents can be assured remote students are once again learning alongside their in-classroom peers, Berta said.

“We’ve had parents asking, ‘What’s going on? Why is it that my child is sitting at the computer and all of a sudden there’s nothing there,'” Berta said.

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