Daily Archives: August 2, 2019

Google Fit gets a Dark Mode and charts your sleep data

It’s official: the Google Fit app is the latest to get a Dark Mode. An update brought the eyestrain-easing palette swap along with the ability to track sleep patterns through the app.  Dark theme, as Google refers to it in its blog post, is just what it says – switch …

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Microsoft Azure now lets you set up your own private servers

Microsoft has announced the preview launch of a new cloud service called that will allow customers to run their virtual machines on single-tenant physical services. The company says that Azure Dedicated Host could be quite useful for businesses running loads of virtual machines that don’t want to share resources on …

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Poshmark reveals data breach | TechRadar

The online clothing marketplace Poshmark which allows users in North America to buy and sell new or used clothes, shoes and accessories has revealed that it has suffered a data breach. According to the company, an unauthorized party was able to gain access to its servers and steal information on …

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The iRobot Roomba is down to its lowest price ever at Amazon

If you didn’t snag a discounted robot vacuum during Prime Day, then you’re in luck. Right now Amazon has the best-selling iRobot Roomba 891 on sale for $379.99. That’s a $52 discount and the lowest price we’ve seen for the Alexa-enabled vacuum. The iRobot Roomba 891 features an advanced three-stage …

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Leica USA launches the Leica Women Foto Project and Award

The photography industry has long been – indeed, continues to be – dominated by men, but recent years have seen manufacturers and organizations attempt to address this gender imbalance through various approaches.  Competitions and grants have become one way in which female photographers have been able to showcase their perspective …

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Which is the best music streaming service for you?

[Image Credit: Burst/Pexels] There was a time when there was only one or two music streaming services to choose from – or you could just be cheap and rely on YouTube. But when it comes to music streaming these days, we’re spoilt by the number of options on offer.  What …

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