AskSmithsonian always has a fascinating and eclectic collection of reader questions and answers from Smithsonian Institutions experts on topics ranging from scientific phenomena to art history to pop culture. (What exactly is duck sauce? Has anyone ever run for president from prison? How does a hippopotamus swim so fast?) In the current issue, a reader…
Noise, popular for its wearables has launched Noise Shots Nuvo, the company’s latest true wireless earbuds with Bluetooth 5.0. The headset has voice assistant support on Android and iOS and comes with IPX4 rating for water resistance from sweat and rain. It comes with a small charging case that offers 80 minutes of playtime with … Continue reading "Noise Shots Nuvo with Bluetooth 5.0, fast charging launched for Rs. 2999"
Microsoft today announced Surface Book 3, successor of last year’s Surface Book 2 upgrade. It comes in 13.5-inch and 15-inch models with new 10th Generation i5 / i7 processors, providing up to 50% more performance than Surface Book 2 and the 15-inch model offers up to 17.5 hours of battery life. There are also options … Continue reading "Microsoft Surface Book 3 with 10th Gen Intel Core i5/i7 processor, up to 32GB RAM, up to NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000 GPU announced"
There’s no perfect process for hiring great programmers, but there are plenty of terrible ways to screw it up. We’ve rejected the industry stables of grilling candidates in front of a whiteboard or needling them with brain teasers since the start at Basecamp. But you’re not getting around showing real code when applying for a… keep reading
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Is your email inbox taking over your work-life? Are you unable to get any “real” work done because you’re too busy responding to emails? Do you feel stressed, distracted, and overwhelmed when you see new emails pop up in your email inbox? You’re not alone. The average office-dwelling professional received 100 messages per day. Your email inbox is a perfect distraction Researchers have found that when people are interrupted during a task, by checking email, for instance, they tend to subsequently make up for the lost time by working faster. However, this comes at a cost — higher levels of… This story continues at The Next Web