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  • NVIDIA will skip MWC 2020 due to concerns about coronavirus

    NVIDIA will skip MWC 2020 due to concerns about coronavirus

    As the reported number of coronavirus infections in China grew beyond 34,000, NVIDIA announced that it will not send employees to the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Spain this year. According to the company, "Given public health risks arou...

    02-08 HotNews 3人瀏覽
  • Indie dungeon-crawler 'Below' is coming to PS4 this spring

    Indie dungeon-crawler 'Below' is coming to PS4 this spring

    More than two years after coming out on Xbox One and almost seven years since it was first announced at E3 2013, Below is making its way to PlayStation 4. If you've been patiently waiting to check out the game, developer Capybara Games says you'll be...

    02-08 HotNews 2人瀏覽
  • Chrome will start protecting users from insecure downloads in April

    Chrome will start protecting users from insecure downloads in April

    Google Chrome will soon deliver on last year's promise to better protect users from insecure content -- downloads not encrypted via HTTPS -- on otherwise secure pages. Chrome 82, which will be released in April, will be the first version of Google's...

    02-08 HotNews 7人瀏覽
  • Brazilian judge dismisses hacking charges against journalist Glenn Greenwald

    Brazilian judge dismisses hacking charges against journalist Glenn Greenwald

    Last month The Intercept's Glenn Greenwald faced criminal charges for breaking cybersecurity laws in Brazil. Now a judge has dismissed the hacking charges, linked to six people who allegedly stole information from the phones of public officials and j...

    02-07 HotNews 5人瀏覽
  • Switch version of 'The Outer Worlds' delayed due to coronavirus outbreak

    Switch version of 'The Outer Worlds' delayed due to coronavirus outbreak

    Just a few days ago we learned the release date for a Switch port of The Outer Worlds, but now it's delayed. The game was scheduled for release on Nintendo's system March 6th, however the coronavirus outbreak in China has impacted Virtuous, the devel...

    02-07 HotNews 5人瀏覽
  • Senate: Obama Admin. wasn't prepared to handle Russian interference

    Senate: Obama Admin. wasn't prepared to handle Russian interference

    Today, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released a report (PDF) detailing the Obama administration's response to Russia's meddling in the 2016 election. The report says the Obama administration was not well-prepared to handle the unprecede...

    02-07 HotNews 4人瀏覽
  • US DOT approves Nuro's next-gen driverless delivery vehicle design

    US DOT approves Nuro's next-gen driverless delivery vehicle design

    Today, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) approved a regulatory exemption for Nuro's next-generation self-driving delivery vehicle, R2. The exemption allows Nuro to begin public ro...

    02-07 HotNews 3人瀏覽
  • Researchers can 'steal' data by tracking a PC monitor's brightness

    Researchers can 'steal' data by tracking a PC monitor's brightness

    There are already ways to siphon data from computers without a network connection or old-fashioned physical theft, but this might be one of the cleverer examples. Researchers have found a way to steal data from "air-gapped" computers (that is, no wa...

    02-06 HotNews 3人瀏覽
  • Apple will give the option to buy iOS and Mac apps as a bundle

    Apple will give the option to buy iOS and Mac apps as a bundle

    The latest beta of Apple's Xcode development tool adds a small but nifty feature that will make it easier in some situations to buy apps you want to use across iOS and macOS. Developers who decide to take advantage of the feature will be able to bund...

    02-06 HotNews 4人瀏覽
  • Top 25 Online Shopping Alternatives to eBay

    Top 25 Online Shopping Alternatives to eBay

    Whether you’re selling an old laptop or looking to purchase a new pair of shoes, the first destination is most likely eBay. However, the online marketplace and auction giant isn’t the only site where you can find fantastic deals. Check out the following online shopping alternatives to eBay if you want to become a serious bargain hunter: 1. Amazon This shouldn’t come as a surprise. Amazon pretty much has anything you can think of, even used items that may be more affordable than new items. Best of all, if you become an Amazon Prime member, your purchase will arrive no later than the next day. 2. Craigslist Besides eBay, Craigslist could make the argument for being one of the most popular destinations for used products. The classifieds websites offer a broad range of goods and services that are available in your neck of the woods. This means you can skip the shipping costs and physically investigate an item before completing the purchase. 3. Bonanza For the last four years, 2012-2015, Bonanza has been named the top-rated alternative to eBay. In fact, the site was voted “Best Overall Marketplace” over eBay, Amazon, and Etsy. What makes this site so appealing is that the interface is similar to that of eBay, but it offers fixed prices and has some of the lowest fees online. 4. Newegg This site initially began as a retailer for only computer hardware and software products. Today, Newegg has expanded it’s offering to include everything from Apparel & Accessories, Arts and Crafts, Auto & Hardware, Baby, Beauty, Jewelry, Home and Living, and Toys. It’s a lot like Amazon, but many have found that the prices are lower. 5. Etsy What separates Etsy from other online shopping sites is that it focuses on handmade and vintage items in categories like clothing, jewelry, home & living, baby, and wedding. You can also purchase your craft supplies and tools on the site. 6. Jet If you’ve never heard of Jet.com, that’s alright. The company just launched in 2015. While more of a competitor to Amazon, Jet.com promises it’s members that they’ll save 10 to 15 percent from all other available online prices. 7. Rakuten Originally known as Buy.com, Rakuten.com is known as the Amazon of Japan. However, international customers can use the site to find great deals on essentially anything that you can think of. Because the site has been purchasing eCommerce sites in the Europe and the U.S., you’re bound to find hard-to-beat deals. 8. eBid Savvy online sellers have become fond of eBid because of its favorable fees and merchant programs when compared to eBay. For shoppers, this auction site has over 13,000 categories, and most sellers accept PayPal. 9. Alibaba If you need to purchase or sell items in bulk, there’s probably no better option that Alibaba. Alibaba has manufacturers; you can find exporters, importers, wholesale people, a variety of suppliers and even trade leads. 10. iOffer You can decide between either the auction format or fixed price if you’re a seller or purchaser. You can even trade items if you like on iOffer. There are some too-good-to-be-true prices on iOffer, so make sure that you read the seller’s reviews before making your purchase. 11. Depop Depop is an app that can be best described as a mixture of eBay and Instagram. Sellers just snap an image of the product that they’re selling and post the item for sale. You can also follow your friends or favorite sellers so that you always know when they have a new item up for grabs. 12. ArtFire ArtFire is a marketplace that is similar to Etsy in that it is primarily the seller of crafts, craft supplies, fine art, and vintage goods. Among its customers, ArtFire has earned a solid reputation for having outstanding customer service. 13. Storenvy If you prefer to support Indie Brands, (or the world of the independent brands), then Storenvy should be your go-to shopping destination. The site allows you to buy directly from the small, online shops in an easy-to-navigate interface. And, the prices are hard to beat. 14. Cqout Pronounced as “seek out,” this online auction has been since 1999. However, shoppers in more than 80 countries can search for the best possible deals online. Because the site requires sellers to offer SecurePay and it’s use of an effective rating system, Cqout has become one of the most trusted online auction sites. 15. Freecycle Freecycle is more of a movement than just another online shopping website. The more than nine million members are hoping that they can prevent any further landfill waste by finding a new home for items like furniture or clothing. Just browse the groups in your hometown to see what goodies are available. 16. Onlineauction.com As the name implies, this site is an online auction where the highest bidder wins. You can search through the various categories by pulling down the drop-down menu. While the site highlights collectible items, you can find great deals on items like clothing. 17. Discogs If you’re an audiophile, then you probably already frequent Discogs. If not, then remember this site the next time you want to purchase or sell an album. Not only can you find hard-to-find records, but the site also keeps a tab of your collection and lets you create a ‘wantlist.’ 18. eCRATER eCrater has brought together both buyers and sellers by providing a free web store builder and an online marketplace. Just like eBay or Amazon, there’s seemingly an endless amount of categories so you shouldn’t have any problems finding any item that you want. The site also accepts PayPal so it should be secure. 19. uBID This auction site has been around since 1997 and included over 5 million members. Just like eBay, you can find fantastic deals on anything from electronics to jewelry to home goods that are either new, used, or refurbished. 20. Swap Swap is an online consignment shop that specializes in selling in baby, kids, and maternity products like clothes, toys, books, movies, and decor. Since 2013, shoppers have typically saved between 50-95% off retail prices. 21. Webstore This free web store for both buyers and sellers offers both auction-style transactions as well as fixed price purchases. If you don’t mind the banner ads, you can find some steals on Webstore. 22. TIAS TIAS is one of the oldest online marketplaces around. It launched in 1995. Today, it’s one of the largest “fixed price” sources of antiques and collectibles online. In fact, the site claims that has more than 120 million page views per month. 23. Bidstart This site focuses on collectibles including antiques, comic books, coins, postcards, stamps, and sports memorabilia. Most items allow you to either make an offer or buy now. 24. Ruby Lane Are you in the market for end collectibles like fine art? Then Ruby Lane is your online marketplace. While this is a great site to find collectibles, don’t expect too many deals. You’re probably going to have to pay what the item is worth. 25. Quibids I’m not always the biggest advocate of a penny auction site, but you can find some mind-boggling deals on Quibids thanks to the site selling warehouse, overstock, and liquidated products. Get Shopping! This list has most likely already started that itch for bargain shopping. These options just make it even easier to browse, bid, and buy while topping up your summer tan or on your lunch break from work. While eBay started the ball rolling with the convenience of online bargain shopping, these other companies provide a way to locate even more great deals. The post Top 25 Online Shopping Alternatives to eBay appeared first on Meet John Rampton - Entrepreneur, Investor and Connector.

    02-05 HotNews 6人瀏覽
  • Windows 10's built-in search is down following possible Microsoft outage

    Windows 10's built-in search is down following possible Microsoft outage

    If the search bar on your Windows PC hasn't been working for the past couple of hours, know that you're not the only one -- and that there's no reason to panic. As spotted by The Verge, Windows 10's built-in search functionality has been down for man...

    02-06 HotNews 4人瀏覽
  • Philips patched a longstanding Hue bulb security flaw

    Philips patched a longstanding Hue bulb security flaw

    Philips and its parent company Signify have patched another Hue smart light bulb vulnerability. Fortunately, the flaw was discovered by security researchers at CheckPoint Software, and it's unlikely that it was exploited in the wild. But this isn't t...

    02-06 HotNews 4人瀏覽
  • 2021 Cadillac Escalade packs 38-inches of curved OLED screens and Super Cruise

    2021 Cadillac Escalade packs 38-inches of curved OLED screens and Super Cruise

    Tonight Cadillac took the wraps off of its new Escalade, finally revealing where it's putting all 38-inches of curved OLED screens. That high-res display -- with twice the pixel density of a 4K TV, as Cadillac points out -- is split up across three s...

    02-05 HotNews 7人瀏覽
  • Samsung iOS app confirms the existence of new Galaxy Buds+

    Samsung iOS app confirms the existence of new Galaxy Buds+

    Samsung's Galaxy Buds+ are very, very real. A listing for the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ application (via CNET) has popped up on the Apple App Store as a preview, essentially confirming the updated earbuds' existence. Unfortunately, the app's description d...

    02-05 HotNews 5人瀏覽
  • Geforce Now goes live for all users today

    Geforce Now goes live for all users today

    Geforce Now has arrived. After seven years of tweaking its delivery systems and gathering beta feedback, NVIDIA has finally unveiled the consumer version of its game-streaming ecosystem. Geforce Now streams games of all sizes to PC, Mac, Android and...

    02-05 HotNews 5人瀏覽
  • Iowa Democrats say sloppy app code delayed caucus results

    Iowa Democrats say sloppy app code delayed caucus results

    We're still waiting for a full explanation about what, exactly, went wrong during Iowa's caucus Monday night, but the state's Democratic party claims a "coding issue" in a new app is the biggest reason for the delayed results. The app, which the WSJ...

    02-05 HotNews 5人瀏覽
  • Ford thinks the Mustang Mach-E's frunk is a good tailgate cooler

    Ford thinks the Mustang Mach-E's frunk is a good tailgate cooler

    Super Bowl LIV is still fresh in many people's memories, but that isn't stopping Ford from trying to capitalize on next year's game. The company is drumming up hype for the Mustang Mach-E by suggesting that would-be buyers use the electric crossover...

    02-04 HotNews 5人瀏覽
  • Now certain 2019 LG TVs have the Apple TV app too

    Now certain 2019 LG TVs have the Apple TV app too

    Late last year LG started to add AirPlay 2 and HomeKit to its TVs with firmware updates. Then at CES last month the company announced it would add the full Apple TV app that adds all of the video bits from iTunes, as well as access to the Apple TV+ s...

    02-04 HotNews 4人瀏覽
  • Apple's latest iPad mini is down to an all-time low of $350 at Amazon

    Apple's latest iPad mini is down to an all-time low of $350 at Amazon

    Like the idea of Apple's small-but-speedy iPad mini, but don't want to pay a $70 premium over the usual price of the larger entry-level iPad? You might not have to. Amazon is running a sale that lops $49 off the price of the iPad mini, bringing it...

    02-03 HotNews 5人瀏覽
  • Why are we obsessed with Instagram's ‘What are you?’ filters?

    Why are we obsessed with Instagram's ‘What are you?’ filters?

    We're barely one month into 2020, and one social media trend has truly taken the definition of 'viral' and rammed it down our collective throat: Instagram's "What X are you?" story filters.

    02-03 HotNews 4人瀏覽
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