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Tamela Mann Talks Stellar Awards, Her New Deluxe Edition Of Album, And Starring In The Color Purple

Actress and gospel singer Tamela Mann has set a new record for most No. 1 singles on Billboard's gospel airplay chart by any artist.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 6:07 am

Kansas Heads Into 2022 College Football Season With Nations Longest Bowl Drought

Starting in 2009, Mark Manginos final season in Lawrence, seven coaches in the last 13 seasons have failed to get Kansas to a bowl game.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 5:48 am

REVIEW: They/Them Has Strong Leads And Stronger Potential, But It Fails To Land

Sometimes a movie has everything going for it including a premise thats literally to die for and an abundantly talented cast, yet despite all that it fails to land. They/Them has it all, but a few thematic, plot, and structural issues hamper what could have been an era-defining slasher.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 5:38 am

Saturn At Its Best As Sturgeon Moon Shines And Perseids Pop: What To See In The Night Sky This Week

Saturn at 'opposition' is the astronomical highlight of the week, but there's much more to look at in the night sky.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 5:30 am

Where Do Justice And Liberation Fit Into Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion?

This article examines the roles that justice and liberation play within the field of diversity, equity, and inclusion and provides important questions for DEI practitioners to consider.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 5:02 am

How Students and Scientists Come Together for Authentic and Inclusive Science

The School of Molecular and Theoretical Biology is a unique non profit summer internship program that brings together leading scientists and curious high school students from over 20 countries every year.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 4:58 am

Better Call Sauls Breaking Bad Episode Was A Masterful Head-Fake

The latest episode of 'Better Call Saul' has some terrific 'Breaking Bad' cameos, but that's not why it's titled 'Breaking Bad.'

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 4:06 am

Theres always another nightmarish crypto hack around the corner

Welcome back to Chain Reaction. Last week, we looked at the near-term future for crypto gaming as VCs zero in on where to place consumer bets. This week, were looking at hardware wallets and the endless journey towards feeling safe in the crypto world. To get this in your inbox every Thursday, you can subscribe []

TechCrunch 8 Aug 2022 4:00 am

FC Barcelona And Lionel Messi Open Contract Negotiations For Players 2023 Return To Club

FC Barcelona and Lionel Messi have opened negotiations for the club legend to return to the Camp Nou in 2023.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 3:49 am

Call of Duty Next livestream set to show future of the franchise alongside September beta access

Last we checked in with Call of Duty, the best teams in the competitive league were squaring off in Brooklyn with the Major IV tournament . Today, were now getting a teaser as to whats next from the popular franchise, with the announcement of Call of Duty Next, a live event later this fall. Showcasing the future of the series including gameplay coverage of Modern Warfare IIs multiplayer modes and more, theres also information on the first round of beta access for those who pre-ordered the game. more The post Call of Duty Next livestream set to show future of the franchise alongside September beta access appeared first on 9to5Toys .

9To5Toys 8 Aug 2022 3:38 am

The Best New Movies And Shows To Stream On Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO, Apple TV+, Paramount+ And Disney+ This Week

Here are the best new movies heading to the major streaming platforms this week.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 3:30 am

These smart home products can make a big difference on your energy and insurance bills

You don't have to go full smart home. Switching to smart window shades, thermostats, plugs and lightbulbs can make a big dent in your energy bill.

USA Today 8 Aug 2022 3:30 am

Too Much Empathy Is Damaging: 3 Ways To Get The Balance Right

From burnout and poor decisions to reduced effectiveness, too much of a good thing can wreak havoc. But there are ways to manage your empathy successfully.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 3:30 am

Senate passes sweeping climate-focused Inflation Reduction Act

After more than a year of infighting, President Joe Bidens climate agenda has cleared a significant hurdle. On Sunday, Senate Democrats passed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 in a 51-50 decision that went along party lines and saw Vice President Kamala Harris cast the tie-breaking vote, reports The Washington Post . If passed by the House, the 755-page bill would authorize the single largest expenditure to combat climate change in the nations history. In all, the legislation calls for $370 billion in spending to reduce US greenhouse emissions by approximately 40 percent by the end of this decade. Among the climate change provisions most likely to affect consumers is a reworked federal EV tax credit . The Inflation Reduction Act would provide up to $7,500 in subsidies for electric SUVs, trucks and vans that cost less than $80,000 and cars under $55,000. It would also allow people to claim up to $4,000 when buying a used EV. In both cases, an income ceiling would prevent those who make more than the average American from taking advantage of the legislation. On top of EV subsidies, the $370 billion in investments set aside by the bill would incentivize the building of wind, solar and other renewable power sources. The act also calls for the creation of a $1.5 billion program that would pay companies that reduce their methane output. With Sundays vote, the Inflation Reduction Act now moves to the House, which will return from its summer recess on Friday. For much of 2021 and the first half of 2022, President Bidens Build Back Better plan looked doomed to go nowhere due to opposition from Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia. In late July, however, Manchin and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced they had come to a compromise. In exchange for his support, the Inflation Reduction Act includes a provision that would see the federal government reinstate canceled oil and gas leases in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska's Cook Inlet. While that concession upset environmentalists, its not expected to undo the good the Inflation Reduction Act is poised to do for the environment. According to one estimate by Princeton Universitys Zero Lab , the bill could reduce US greenhouse emissions by about 6.3 billion tons through 2032.

Engadget 8 Aug 2022 3:14 am

Health Insurers And 13M Enrollees Cheer Senates Extension Of Obamacare Credits

The U.S. Senates passage of the Inflation Reduction Act Sunday extends subsidies for millions of Americans who buy individual coverage under the Affordable Care Act known as Obamacare.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 1:36 am

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Multiplayer Beta Dates And Times Revealed

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare II's upcoming Open Beta and Early Access Beta dates have been revealed. Here's everything you need to know.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 1:28 am

Modern Warfare II Multiplayer And Warzone 2 To Be Revealed At Call Of Duty: Next Event

The big reveal of Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2's multiplayer is coming next month. Here's everything you need to know.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 1:26 am

Apple reportedly tells suppliers to avoid 'Made in Taiwan' labels on shipments to China

Apple has reportedly warned Taiwanese suppliers to ensure shipments to China comply with a longstanding labeling regulation following House Speaker Nancy Pelosis recent visit to Taipei . According to Nikkei (via The Guardian ), the company recently told manufacturers on the island that parts bound for the mainland must list Chinese Taipei or Taiwan, China as their source. Thats in line with a policy China has had in place for years but only began enforcing after tensions with the US flared up following Pelosis visit last week. Under the policy, officials can delay and even reject shipments that say Made in Taiwan. The self-governing island has its own set of labeling rules. Shipments must list Taiwan or Republic of China as the point of origin. Apple did not immediately respond to Engadgets request for comment. The tech giant and many other American companies have a complicated relationship with China. If the report is accurate, it wouldnt be the first time Apple has sought to appease the Chinese Communist Party. In 2019, the company removed the Taiwan flag emoji from iOS in Hong Kong amid the pro-democracy protests that occurred in the city that year. In this instance, Apple may have felt it had no choice but to comply with Chinas policy on Taiwanese shipments. In April , Tim Cook said semiconductor shortages significantly impacted the companys iPad business. Ahead of its iPhone 14 launch later this year, additional delays due to a customs dispute would likely be disastrous for Apple.

Engadget 8 Aug 2022 1:25 am

Inflation Reduction Act Passes: Senate Approves $430 Billion Climate And Healthcare Bill

The bill passed after months of negotiations capped by a 15-hour-long vote-a-rama overnight Sunday, and will next head to the House.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 1:13 am

Is your laptop right for your major? College students have new tech options

Different fields of study are going to place different demands on the type of computer.

USA Today 8 Aug 2022 1:12 am

Touch The Vitality Of Nature At This Portuguese Country Retreat

In Portugals Alentejo region thats a treasure for nature lovers, wine connoisseurs and gastronomes, Herdade da Matinha is sure to capture your heart like it did mine.

Forbes 8 Aug 2022 12:34 am

Rumor Claims Next iPad Pro to Feature New Four-Pin Smart Connector

A new rumor claims that the next-generation 12.9-inch and 11-inch iPad Pro will feature a new four-pin Smart Connector, an update from the current three-pin connector in the iPad Pro. The rumor from Macotakara , citing eliable sources, says that the next iPad Pro, expected to debut possibly as soon as this fall, will feature a new Smart Connector that has four-pins rather than three. The publication suggests that the additional pin could make it easier to power accessories through the Smart Connector. The Smart Connector is used to connect accessories such as the Magic Keyboard to the iPad and can also provide power to both the iPad and the connected peripheral. Apple is working on updated versions of both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro that are expected to launch in September or October . It has been recently reported that Apple plans to delay the launch of iPadOS 16 until October , which could coincide with the launch of new iPads. The 2022 iPad Pro will feature the M2 Apple silicon chip and MagSafe charging capabilities . You can learn more about the 2022 iPad Pro with our dedicated guide . Related Roundup: iPad Pro Tags: macotakara.jp , 2022 iPad Pro Buyer's Guide: 11 iPad Pro (Don't Buy) , 12.9 iPad Pro (Don't Buy) Related Forum: iPad This article, Rumor Claims Next iPad Pro to Feature New Four-Pin Smart Connector first appeared on MacRumors.com Discuss this article in our forums

MacRumors 8 Aug 2022 12:27 am

Is The Bullish Sentiment Now Too High?

The jobs report shocked the stock market on Friday. It increased the tug of war between the bulls and bears but what does it mean for stocks in the week ahead? The Viper Reports Tom Aspray shares his unique technical look for the markets.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 11:48 pm

Depth Is Question Mark For Minnesota Vikings At Key Skill Positions In 2022

An optimistic view of the teams starting offensive lineup can easily lead to the conclusion that, hey, this team is not that bad.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 11:21 pm

Ajisen Joins Yum China With Weak Results Amid Lockdowns

Follows Starbucks, Helens in reporting trouble

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 11:13 pm

HBOs The Rehearsal Recap, Episode 4: Meta Method Acting

Episode 4 of Nathan Fielder's The Rehearsal is equally brilliant and baffling.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 11:06 pm

Twitter confirms vulnerability exposed data of anonymous account owners

Twitter has confirmed a vulnerability in its code led to a data exposure late last year. In a blog post published on Friday , the company said a malicious actor took advantage of a zero-day flaw before it became aware of and patched the issue in January 2022. The vulnerability was discovered by a security researcher who contacted Twitter through the companys bug bounty program . When Twitter first learned of the flaw, it said it had no evidence to suggest it had been exploited. However, an individual told Bleeping Computer last month that they took advantage of the vulnerability to obtain data on more than 5.4 million accounts. Twitter said it could not confirm how many users were affected by the exposure. The vulnerability allowed the bad actor to determine whether an email address or phone number was tied to an existing Twitter account. In turn, they could use that information to determine the identity of an accounts owner. We are publishing this update because we arent able to confirm every account that was potentially impacted, and are particularly mindful of people with pseudonymous accounts who can be targeted by state or other actors, Twitter said. If you operate a pseudonymous Twitter account, we understand the risks an incident like this can introduce and deeply regret that this happened. Twitter said it would directly notify every account owner it could confirm was affected by the exposure. For users trying to keep their identity hidden, the company recommends not adding a publicly known phone number or email address to an account. It also suggests adding two-factor authentication.

Engadget 7 Aug 2022 11:02 pm

New Inventory Management Software Isnt Always The Winning Solution

Despite what vendors tell you, a new software system isn't going to magically fix your inventory problems.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 11:00 pm

China Adds Two New Tech Billionaires As IPOs Soar

IPOs occur amid a push by China to increase local chip production

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 10:50 pm

Inflation Reduction Act: Senate GOP Blocks Insulin Price Cap For Private Insurance As Democrats Aim To Pass Economic Bill

Lawmakers have debated amendments on the landmark tax, climate and health care bill for more than 12 hours.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 10:48 pm

Manor House Where Audrey Hepburn Played Sabrina Hits The Market

In the 1954 movie Sabrina, the Larrabee familys cinematic home was a gracious red brick house built in Rye, New York in 1917. Now that very house is for sale, newly on the market for $11 million.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 10:38 pm

The cybersecurity funding bubble hasnt burst but its starting to deflate

Despite a slowdown in financing and an apparent over-investment in certain cybersecurity subsectors, investors dont expect doom and gloom for the cybersecurity market going forward.

TechCrunch 7 Aug 2022 10:00 pm

Box Office: Brad Pitts Bullet Train Speeds To $63 Million Worldwide

A24's 'Bodies Bodies Bodies' opened with $226,526 in six theaters.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 9:40 pm

Nintendos official Switch Pro gamepad with motion controls is down at $60 for today only

Just after getting a good look at the upcoming Splatoon 3 console and gamepad , Woot is offering the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for $59.99 with free shipping for Prime members or with a $6 delivery fee otherwise. Regularly $70 directly from Nintendo and currently fetching over $69 at Amazon and Walmart , this is the second-best price we have tracked in 2022. Deals on Nintendos Switch Pro Controller have been relatively hard to come by over the last year and todays offer marks a rare chance to land one at a discount. Delivering a more traditional gamepad experience in an official Nintendo capacity by comparison to the included Joy-Con, the Pro controller features motion controls, HD rumble, as well as your standard set of buttons, thumbsticks, shoulder triggers, and more. Youll also find built-in amiibo functionality that allows you to simply tap your characters on the controller itself to access the in-game bonuses and the like alongside an included USB-C to USB-A charging cable. More details below. more The post Nintendos official Switch Pro gamepad with motion controls is down at $60 for today only appeared first on 9to5Toys .

9To5Toys 7 Aug 2022 9:38 pm

Why not all VCs are ready to embrace AI-powered investment tools

By 2025, three-quarters of VCs could use AI to guide their investments. But we're a far cry from that number today.

TechCrunch 7 Aug 2022 9:30 pm

Second-Quarter Earnings Season Coming To A Close With Energy As The Catalyst

Earnings season had its second busiest week, but the pace of the earnings reports declines precipitously this week. Earnings would be -3.7% year-over-year, excluding the energy sector. Cost pressures and inflation are a big part of the story of the struggles outside of the energy sector.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 9:26 pm

Diablo Immortal Player Spends $100K To Max His Character, Now Too Powerful To Matchmake

Alright, this may genuinely be one of the funniest gaming stories Ive heard this year, and a perfect chefs kiss moments for the gacha/p2w industry using one of its worst offenders, Diablo Immortal.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 9:22 pm

Apple could be developing a smart display

Apple could significantly expand its smart home product line within the next two years, according to Bloombergs Mark Gurman. In his latest Power On newsletter , Gurman reports the company has at least four new smart home devices in its labs. Included in that list is the new HomePod model Gurman first wrote about back in June, in addition to a refreshed HomePod mini . The former will reportedly look and sound like the original 2018 model . Apple discontinued the HomePod in 2021 without announcing a direct replacement. The two other devices represent entirely new products for the company. According to Gurman, one is a kitchen accessory that combines an iPad with a speaker. Meanwhile, the other reportedly brings together the functionality of an Apple TV, camera and HomePod into a living room device. He says Apple could release one of those two products by the end of next year or early 2024 but warns that not all will see the light of the day. A kitchen device would see Apple competing more closely with Amazon and Google. The two are most closely associated with the smart display category thanks to releases like the Nest Hub and Echo Show 15 . It would be interesting to see what Apple thinks it can bring to the field since most smart displays dont feel essential.

Engadget 7 Aug 2022 9:21 pm

Box Office: Top Gun 2 Passes $1.35 Billion As Thor 4 Tops Thor 3

'Jurassic World 3' is now the second-biggest global grosser of 2022, as 'Nope' becomes the biggest R-rated grosser since pre-Covid times.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 9:06 pm

Hitting the Books: How much that insurance monitoring discount might really be costing you

Machine learning systems have for years now been besting their human counterparts at everything from Go and Jeopardy! to drug discovery and cancer detection. With all the advances that the field has made, it's not unheard of for people to be wary of robots replacing them in tomorrow's workforce. These concerns are misplaced, argues Gerd Gigerenzer argues in his new book How to Stay Smart in a Smart World , if for no other reason than uncertainty itself. AIs are phenomenally capable machines, but only if given sufficient data to act on. Introduce the acutely fickle precariousness of human nature into their algorithms and watch their predictive accuracy plummet otherwise, we'd never have need to swipe left. In the excerpt below, Gigerenzer discusses the hidden privacy costs of sharing your vehicle's telematics with the insurance company. MIT Press Excerpted from How to Stay Smart in a Smart World by Gerd Gigerenzer. Published by MIT Press. Copyright 2021 by Gerd Gigerenzer. All rights reserved. When Your Car Reports You to the Police If self-driving cars are not going to happen, one alternative appears to betraining humans to use AI as a support system but to stay alert and retain control if it fails which is called augmented intelligence. It amounts to partial automation, that is, to sophisticated versions of Level 2 or 3. Yet augmented intelligence entails more than just adding useful features to your car and may well lead us into a different future, where AI is used to both support and surveil us. That possible future is driven more by insurance companies and police than by car manufacturers. Its seeds are in telematics. Young drivers are reckless, overconfident, and an insurance risk, according to the stereotype. Some indeed are, but many are not. Nevertheless, insurers often treat them as one group and charge a high premium. Telematics insurance can change this by offering better rates for safe drivers. The idea is to calculate the premium from a persons actual driving behavior instead of from that of the average driver. To do so, a black box that connects to the insurer is installed in the car (using a smartphone is possible and cheaper but less reliable). The black box records the drivers behavior and calculates a safety score. Figure 4.6 shows the scoring system of one of the first telematics insurers. It observes four features and assigns them different weights. MIT Press Rapid acceleration or harsh braking is assigned the greatest weight, followed by driving over the speed limit. Each driver starts with a monthly budget of 100 points for each of the four features. An event results in points being subtracted, such as 20 points for the first rapid acceleration or for driving over the speed limit. At the end of the month, the remaining points are weighted as shown and summed up to a total safety score. Although telematics is often called black box insurance, the algorithm is not at all a black box like most love algorithms. It is explained in detail on the insurers web-site, and everyone can understand and verify the resulting score. Personalized tariffs are advertised as promoting fairness. They do so by taking individual driving style into account. But they also create new sources of discrimination when driving at night and in cities is punished. Hospital staff, for instance, may have little choice to avoid working at night and in cities. Thus, some of the features are under the drivers control, but not all. Interestingly, one feature that is under the drivers control is absent in virtually all personalized tariffs: texting while driving. And the black box that allows fairness also enables surveillance. Consider a possible future. Why should the black box send a record of speeding only to the insurer? A copy to the police would be extremely handy and save them much effort. It would make all speed traps obsolete. If you speed, the car prints out the ticket on time or, more conveniently, deducts the fine automatically from your online account. Your relationship to your beloved car may change. There is a slippery slope between fairness and total surveillance. Would you be in favor of a new generation of cars that send traffic violations directly to the police? In a survey I conducted, one-third of the adults said yes, more so among those over sixty and less among those younger than thirty. The technology for this future already exists, as most new cars come with a black box installed. The data it collects do not belong to the car owner and can be used in court against the driver. In Georgia, the police obtained black box data without a warrant after a deadly accident, and the driver was found guilty of reckless driving and speeding. While the motives for surveillance vary, digital technology supports all of them. One need not even buy telematics insurance. Modern cars have built-in internet connections, and without it being made transparent inthe owners manual most send their car manufacturer all the data they can collect every couple of minutes, including where the driver currently is, whether harsh braking occurred, how often the position of the driver seat was changed, which gas or battery-charging stations were visited, and how many CDs and DVDs were inserted. Moreover, as soon as you plug in your smartphone, the car may copy your personal information, including contacts addresses, emails, text messages, and even photos. Car manufacturers are remarkably silent about this activity, and when asked with whom they share this data, they typically do not reply. That information helps to find out many other things of interest, such as how often drivers visited McDonalds, how healthily they live, and whom they occasionally visit at night. Connected cars can support justice and improve safety but also spy on you. Telematics insurance embodies the double face of digital technology: surveillance in exchange for convenience.

Engadget 7 Aug 2022 9:00 pm

Crypto Adoption Is Accelerating What Should CPAs Discuss With Clients?

CPAs have a lot to offer clients who are entering the crypto space

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 8:58 pm

The Orville Getting Renewed For Season 4 Could Depend On Disney Plus

The Orville has about 50-50 odds in getting a season 4, but its Disney Plus premiere may be the difference between cancellation and renewal.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 8:48 pm

No, throttling and overheating isnt a problem on M2 MacBook Air

Apples release of the new MacBook Air was highly anticipated, mostly for two reasons: its highly anticipated redesign and the introduction of the M2 processor, the next generation of Apples M-series of chips. As expected, the reviews for the M2 MacBook Air have been favorable, with Macworlds Jason Cross calling it a success and delightful everyday computer for most users. But the praise for the MacBook Air has been overshadowed by reports of throttled performance. Article after article warns of a performance shortcoming , severe throttling, and how it cant handle the heat , and video after video demonstrates whats supposedly wrong with the new laptop. It might lead some people to question whether its worth their money and wonder what Apple was thinking. Heres the thing: weve been here before, people. Back in 2020 when the new M1 MacBook Air was introduced, it made splashy headlines with its jaw-dropping speed improvement over the Intel chips as well as the throttling it needed to maintain a proper temperature under more strenuous workloads. In fact, heat has always been an issue with the MacBook Air even before Apple silicon. Its the same story, different year. Why is it news all over again? Why didnt Apple fix the problem? The answer is simple and lies in what the MacBook Airs intended user. MacBook Air M2 (2022) Read our review MSRP: $1,199 Best Prices Today: $1199 at Apple | $1199.00 at Best Buy Using the proper tool for the job The MacBook Air doesnt have any fans built into it. Its a passively-cooled machine, meaning that it doesnt use any special hardware to actively cool it. This is done purposefully by design so that the MacBook Air can be thinner than the MacBook Pro. If the MacBook Air starts to heat up, it will throttle performance to maintain a proper running temperature. This is another aspect of the MacBook Air that is by design. The MacBook Air is also Apples most popular laptop because its the companys most affordable one. Its price attracts what well call casual users, those who spend most of their time on the web, use productivity apps like iWork or Microsoft Office, stream audio and video either for entertainment or for online meetings, and other productivity tasks that everyone does with a computer. The most stressful work likely involves apps like Photos, iMovie, GarageBand, or some other consumer-level creative software for short stints. If youre using a MacBook Air and youre taxing the CPU all the time and you get frustrated by it, you know what? Youre using the wrong tool for the job. The MacBook Air handles these task without any problemsits as fast as the 13-inch MacBook Pro with the same M2 processor. Its the one most people should buyadd the Airs redesign and feature set, and we think its a better value than the 13-inch Pro. If Ive just described what you do on a daily basis, the MacBook Air is a better value for you. (There is a separate performance issue with the MacBook Air or 13-inch MacBook Pro with a 256GB SSD that is a head-scratching design decision, but its not related to the throttling concerns.) Thats not to say the MacBook Air doesnt throttle. It does. But what makes it throttle? Tasks that casual users dont regularly do. For example, one report of the Airs severe throttling involved an export of 8K Canon RAW video . You know what produces 8K Canon RAW video? Cameras that are priced over $4,000. You know who works in 8K Canon RAW video? Video professionals. You know what Macs they buy? MacBook Pros. The MacBook Air isnt a high-end work machine, even if it does have an speedy processor. IDG The MacBook Air throttles when doing CPU-intensive tasks that are often done by users doing serious work, often in a professional setting. This is by design. If youre using a MacBook Air and you are often rendering 8K RAW video, or producing lengthy high-resolution videos in Final Cut Pro, or professionally making music, or doing whatever it is that you do that taxes the CPU all the time and you get frustrated by it, you know what? Youre using the wrong tool for the job. You should be using a MacBook Pro. If you insist that Apple fix the MacBook Air instead, ask yourself, if youre willing to spend on equipment to produce the content you want, why are you skimping on the MacBook to do the finish the job? Headlines that grab you A lot of these reports that use screaming headlines about the issue do actually point out that you have to be doing something atypical of a casual user to get the MacBook Air to throttle. But there are also a lot of reports that gloss over the fact that youre probably not going to render a 60-minute 4K video in Final Cut Pro while you have 20 tabs open in Safari and youre sorting your FileMaker Pro collection database of 10,000 gemstones. And when they gloss over this, it makes it seem like its an issue that affects everyone. As someone who works in media, I admit, were in a battle for your attention, and some outlets are more willing to exaggerate in their headlines than others. (And yes, Macworld is guilty of this too. I hear about it in your emails and tweets.) But most outlets do clarify in its content who the intended user is for the MacBook Air. The fanless MacBook Air is by designApple isnt overlooking anything. Its target user is the rest of us, everyday users with productivity tasks to get done. The MacBook Pro is for users who are demanding of processing power. Get the right Mac for what you want to do. 14-inch MacBook Pro (2021) MSRP: $1,999 (8-Core CPU, 14-Core GPU, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD); $2,499 (10-Core CPU, 16-Core GPU, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD) Best Prices Today: $1,899.91 at Amazon | $1999 at Apple | $1999 at B&H Photo and Video Read our full 14-inch MacBook Pro (2021) review 13-inch MacBook Pro M2 (2022) MSRP: $1,299 Best Prices Today: $1149.00 at Best Buy | $1299 at Apple | Not Available at Amazon Read our full 13-inch MacBook Pro M2 (2022) review MacBook

Macworld 7 Aug 2022 8:45 pm

How To Help Your Hybrid Team Feel Less Lonely

Emerging research indicates that work loneliness is significant and associated with poorer employee well-being and performance.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 8:30 pm

The Biggest Video Games Release Dates Of Fall 2022, After A Pretty Barren Year

Here are the biggest PS5, Xbox Series X, PC and Switch release dates of fall and holiday 2022.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 8:28 pm

SoundPEATS T3 Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Earbuds reach new low of $32, more

Today only, as part of its Gold Box Deals of the Day, the official SoundPEATS Amazon storefront is offering a selection of its wireless earbuds starting from $18.99 . Leading the way is the SoundPEATS T3 Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Earbuds for $31.99 shipped. Normally going for $40, this 20% discount marks a new all-time low price weve seen while also being only the second price drop. These simple earbuds feature active noise cancellation with a transparency mode that allows you to hear your surroundings while still enjoying your music. There is even AI built into the earbuds to filter out environmental background noise while youre on a call so you can be heard clearly. Bluetooth 5.2 is utilized here with the earbuds getting up to 5.5 hours of battery life which can then be recharged two additional times with the included charging case. Head below for more SoundPEATS deals. more The post SoundPEATS T3 Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Earbuds reach new low of $32, more appeared first on 9to5Toys .

9To5Toys 7 Aug 2022 8:26 pm

Five Destiny 2 Crafted Weapons To Max Before Arc 3.0 Hits

There are five arc weapons you can craft to max stats and perfect rolls you may want to consider before Destiny 2 gives us arc 3.0.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 8:07 pm

Find Out How Morocco Influenced Yves Saint Laurent In An Exhibition In Portugal This Summer

Stephan Janson, French fashion designer and friend of Saint Laurent and Berg, speaks about how Marrakesh opened the trailblazing 20th-century couturiers eyes to color and the Love exhibition that he co-curated at Palcio Duques de Cadaval in vora, Portugal, which runs until October 31, 2022.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 8:00 pm

Black Millennials Transform Brunch From Staid Buffets To Fashionable Insta-Worthy Day Parties

Dubbed Black brunch, the hallmarks include flashy attire, Black artwork and music, making the experience and the environment just as important asif not more thanthe meal.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 7:47 pm

Q3 outlook forecasts cloudy days ahead for fintech M&A

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TechCrunch 7 Aug 2022 7:46 pm

Ankers eufyCam 2 Pro 3-Cam Kit integrates with HomeKit at new low of $350, more from $100

Today only, as part of its Gold Box Deals of the Day, the official EufyHome Amazon storefront is offering a selection of its security systems at up to 50% off . Leading these deals is the eufyCam 2 Pro Wireless Home Security 3-Cam Kit which is going for $349.99 shipped. Normally going for $490, this solid $140 price drop marks a new all-time low price weve tracked. This kit delivers three wireless security cameras that can be placed around your home to monitor package deliveries and such thanks to the weatherproof design. You will also have up to 365 days of battery life, 2K video recording, and HomeKit Secure Video compatibility to boot. This HomeKit integration means you can use the human detection feature of the eufy cameras with Automations. Be sure to check out our hands-on review and head below for more deals. more The post Ankers eufyCam 2 Pro 3-Cam Kit integrates with HomeKit at new low of $350, more from $100 appeared first on 9to5Toys .

9To5Toys 7 Aug 2022 7:40 pm

Radisson Hotel Group CEO Outlines Plans For Luxury, Sustainability And 2022 Growth

Federico J. Gonzalez, CEO of Radisson Hotel Group, believes the company is entering a new phase of growth with the recent, pre-pandemic launch of Radisson Collection, a new luxury segment for the hospitality company. He discusses how luxury, sustainability and future growth are key to the company.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 7:38 pm

Netflixs The Sandman Is Already Talking Spin-Off For One Specific Character

A specific Sandman character seems like a prime candidate for their own spin-off on Netflix, and even Neil Gaiman is on board.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 7:35 pm

Vet Startup Modern Animal In A Growth Spurt With New Funding

The demand for next-generation vet clinics for digital-first pet owners is creating opportunity for West Coast-based Modern Animal and other startups.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 7:30 pm

Central Planning Fails Just As Much When Conservatives Are the Planners

Its not that there arent smart and realistically brilliant people in high positions of government. There certainly are. But the combined knowledge of the revolting masses is much greater.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 7:30 pm

Save $321 on VIZIOs 65-inch PQ9 4K AirPlay 2 TV with 120Hz VRR and HDMI 2.1 at $679

Amazon is currently offering the VIZIO 65-inch PQ9 4K 120Hz AirPlay 2 TV for $679 shipped. Normally fetching $1,000, todays offer arrives at a new all-time low of $321 off. This is $120 under the previous discount and one of the first chances this year to save. VIZIOs2021 series PQ9 smart TV arrives with a 65-inch 4K panel that is backed by 120Hz variable refresh rates and full array dimming. Not to mention, 1,200 nits of brightness to pair with its built-in smart features of AirPlay 2 and onboard streaming service access. Then on the gaming front, its ProGaming Engine pairs with AMD FreeSync as well as an HDMI 2.1 port for taking full advantage of a PS5 or Xbox Series X|S. Head below for more. more The post Save $321 on VIZIOs 65-inch PQ9 4K AirPlay 2 TV with 120Hz VRR and HDMI 2.1 at $679 appeared first on 9to5Toys .

9To5Toys 7 Aug 2022 7:26 pm

How Hustle Culture May Hurt Your Career

Is career hustling harming you? Consider these 3 reasons to ditch the hustler mindset now.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 7:14 pm

Gurman: Apple Considering Updated HomePod Mini Alongside New High-End HomePod

Apple is reportedly considering an update to the HomePod mini as it plans a larger push into the Home devices market, which includes releasing an updated version of the full-sized HomePod in the early months of 2023, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman . In his latest Power On newsletter , Gurman reports that Apple is considering updating the HomePod mini, which was announced in October 2020. Gurman doesn't shed any details on what a possible update could include but states it's unlikely to be anything super-impressive. As has been previously reported , Apple is planning to resurrect the original full-sized HomePod after discontinuing it in March 2021 . The updated version of the HomePod is rumored to feature an updated S8 processor and possibly a new multi-touch display on top. Gurman says the new full-sized HomePod is on track for a launch in early 2023, lining up with a timeline set forth by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo . Other than an updated HomePod mini and a new full-sized HomePod, Gurman has previously reported that Apple is working on several new products for the Home. The most ambitious project under development is reportedly a HomePod product that combines a speaker, Apple TV functions, and a FaceTime camera into one device. Additionally, Apple is working on a device focused on use in the kitchen that combines an iPad and a speaker connected to a robotic arm . Gurman expects at least one of these two Home products to launch towards the end of 2023 or in early 2024. Related Roundup: HomePod mini Buyer's Guide: HomePod Mini (Neutral) Related Forum: HomePod, HomeKit, CarPlay, Home & Auto Technology This article, Gurman: Apple Considering Updated HomePod Mini Alongside New High-End HomePod first appeared on MacRumors.com Discuss this article in our forums

MacRumors 7 Aug 2022 7:06 pm

Looking For Love In The Metaverse

Upstarts find new ways to kindle online romance as Tinders plans flame out.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 7:02 pm

Belkins Apple Watch Series 7 Fast Charger sees rare discount to new Amazon low at $51

Amazon is now offering the Belkin Apple Watch Fast Charger for $50.99 shipped. Normally fetching $60, todays offer amounts to $9 in savings and is only the second notable offer at Amazon to date. Since launching earlier in the year, this is the first discount since back in March and delivers a new all-time low. Designed to support the most recent Apple Watch Series 7 and its faster charging speeds, this nightstand companion sports a premium design that has a fold up charging puck for refueling in Nightstand Mode or just laying your wearable down flat. Itll also work with older Apple Watch models, you just wont get the faster charging speeds. Theres no wall adapter in the box, but the charger itself uses a 1.2-meter USB-C cable that rounds out the package. Head below for more. more The post Belkins Apple Watch Series 7 Fast Charger sees rare discount to new Amazon low at $51 appeared first on 9to5Toys .

9To5Toys 7 Aug 2022 7:01 pm

ISROs maiden SSLV mission fails as satellites are placed in wrong orbit

SSLV-D1 places them in an elliptical orbit instead of a circular one

The Hindu 7 Aug 2022 7:00 pm

Pick up popular BookTok Kindle eBooks with todays Gold Box sale starting from $2

Today only, as part of its Gold Box Deals of the Day, Amazon is offering a selection of popular BookTok Kindle eBooks at up to 80% off and starting from $2 . BookTok is a subcommunity on TikTok that focuses on books and literature and todays Gold Box includes some of the popular picks from there. With todays deal offering eBooks from science fiction and fantasy to the teen and young adult genres, there is sure to be an option here that youll be interested in. As soon as you pick up one of these eBooks, you will have immediate access to begin reading it with Kindle remembering where you left off when you need to take a break. Another benefit of Kindle eBooks is the ability to read them across practically any platform with mobile apps and browser-based reading. Head below to see our top picks from todays deal. more The post Pick up popular BookTok Kindle eBooks with todays Gold Box sale starting from $2 appeared first on 9to5Toys .

9To5Toys 7 Aug 2022 6:59 pm

Predicting The Green Bay Packers 53-Man Roster

Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst must narrow his roster to 53 by Aug. 30.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 6:43 pm

The Best Crossplay Games for Consoles and PC

These titles let you play with friends on different platforms, whether it be computer, Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, or even mobile.

Wired 7 Aug 2022 6:30 pm

How to Share Your Wi-Fi Password

Help your guests connect to your network without typing a thing.

Wired 7 Aug 2022 6:30 pm

The Richest Countries In The World: Tiny Luxembourg At The Top

Most of the countries at the top of a new list of the wealthiest in the world are not among the biggest or the mightiest. Many, in fact, are among the smallest like Luxembourg.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 6:30 pm

Sunday Conversation: Mickey Hart On Dead & Company, Tito Puente And Why Hell Never Retire

Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart is keeping very active these days, with a recent Dead & Company tour and a new Planet Drum album. I spoke with Hart about his love of music and why it brings him spiritual healing.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 6:30 pm

Ordinary computers match Google's quantum computer performance: Researchers

Now, scientists in China have done the computation in a few hours with ordinary processors. A supercomputer, they say, could beat Sycamore outright

Business Standard 7 Aug 2022 6:11 pm

Crossings Follows A Walk For Peace As It Crosses The Korean Divide

The womens peace delegation included activist Gloria Steinem, Nobel Peace Laureates Leymah Gbowee and Mairead Maguire, Christine Ahn, former Army Colonel Ann Wright, Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin and filmmaker Abigail Disney.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 6:04 pm

Creating An Amazing Customer Experience On A Budget

With the current recession, employment issues and supply chain problems, companies and brands are struggling to provide the same experience they have in the past.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 6:00 pm

How to enjoy TV without neck or eye strain

Watching TV probably won't cause lasting vision damage, but it might strain your eyes. How to reduce eye fatigue as well as eye and neck strain.

USA Today 7 Aug 2022 5:30 pm

Sunday Conversation: Gilbert OSullivan On His New Album, The Art Of Songwriting And More

Best known for the timeless 1972 No 1 hit 'Alone Again (Naturally),' Irish singer/songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan has a superb new album, 'Driven.' I spoke with him about the record and more.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 5:30 pm

3 Tips To Create Google Ads Better Than Your Competitors

Strategic keyword differentiation can provide an initial boost that helps your Google Ads rise above the noise. However, backing up those clicks with customer-focused website experiences and content will validate your companys messaging and help you garner long-term loyalty.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 5:30 pm

The Best Ebook Readers

These WIRED-tested slim slates let you take the worlds library anywhere.

Wired 7 Aug 2022 5:30 pm

The Hidden Chaos That Lurks in Ecosystems

New research finds that chaos plays a bigger role in population dynamics than decades of ecological data seemed to suggest.

Wired 7 Aug 2022 5:30 pm

How to Get the Best Battery Life Out of Your Steam Deck

Your gaming PC may have effectively unlimited power, but the portable alternative does not.

Wired 7 Aug 2022 5:30 pm

De Jong, Verratti And Silva Involved In Three-Way Transfer Between FC Barcelona, PSG And Manchester City

Frenkie de Jong, Marco Verratti and Bernardo Silva could all switch teams in three separate domino effect transfers involving their clubs FC Barcelona, Paris Saint Germain and Manchester City.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 5:04 pm

These Stylish Kids Shoes Are Also Super Durable For Back-To-School

Durability is key when picking back-to-school shoes for kids.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 5:04 pm

Promoting The Free Economy In Brazil

The Instituto de Estudos Empresariais (IEE) . . . has remained consistently strong. It is also mainly led by businesspeople, in this case, young entrepreneurs who have been perfecting their main product, the Foro de Liberdade. This Liberty Forum is the largest pro-free economy event in the world.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 4:41 pm

Is Apples M2 MacBook Air Any Good for Games?

That depends how serious you are about AAA titles, performance, and price.

Wired 7 Aug 2022 4:30 pm

The Best Lawn Games for Goofing Off in the Sun

From classics like cornhole to newer games like ladder toss, these are our favorite ways to play with friends and family.

Wired 7 Aug 2022 4:30 pm

Like Their Fans, Players On Braves And Mets Watch The Scoreboard Too

The Great Race has nothing to do with cars; it's the showdown between the New York Mets and Atlanta Braves in the National League East title chase.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 4:30 pm

The Power Of Perspective In Financial Planning

When in doubt, zoom out, says Sahil Bloom. This wisdom is applicable in life and especially when dealing with money, where finding and maintaining perspective is vitally important.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 4:30 pm

Five Of The Best Bahamian Islands To Add To Your Bucket List

These five top islands are just a start to experiencing the unique culture, atmosphere and history of the Bahamas.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 4:30 pm

Google Delays Its Cookie CancellationAnd Other Small Business Tech News This Week

Online marketers get a short reprieve, Microsoft introduces and Outlook lite, ransomware is hitting everyone and other small business tech new this week.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 4:30 pm

4 Tactics For Picking The Right AI Solutions For Your Company

Are you looking to deploy AI in your business? Here's how you can find AI solutions to help your team.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 4:30 pm

How to Use Lockdown Mode in iOS 16 to Make Your Phone More Secure

Whether you want to turn off link previews or block unwanted FaceTime calls, here's what you need to know.

Wired 7 Aug 2022 4:30 pm

The Secret to Being Lucky

Everything happens for no reason.

Wired 7 Aug 2022 4:30 pm

What to Ask Your Doctor If Youre Getting Medical Tech Implanted

From pacemakers to insulin pumps, more devices exist to help you lead a healthier life. Here's what to talk about before going cyborg.

Wired 7 Aug 2022 4:30 pm

Train Travel Across Canada With These Top 6 Train Trips

Seeing Canada through the window of a train is one of the best ways to experience the country. Check out 6 of the country's top train rides.

Forbes 7 Aug 2022 4:00 pm