Further reading Best video-conferencing apps Best productivity apps How to use Skype RingCentral Meetings RingCentral offers a lot of web conferencing services, straight on through to large enterprises. However, even its smallest “agile team” option is impressive — and entirely free. The service can support up to 100 participants and 40-minute group meetings (you need to start paying if you want longer meetings). You also get unlimited one-on-one meetings if necessary, plus easy app and screen sharing to walk through various processes. … [Read more...] about The best videoconferencing software for Windows and MacOS
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As common among many offerings competing for the Best Gaming Headset crown today, the Omen Frequency wireless headset features virtual 7.1 surround sound. It connects to PCs via a USB Type-A connection featuring a 24-bit DAC. You also get the option to connect via 3.5mm. The cans use 53mm drivers and also have a noise-canceling mic that automatically mutes when flipped up away from the face. … [Read more...] about New HP Omen Wireless Gaming Peripherals Help Keep Your Desk Clear
Creatives are among the industries hit hard by the pandemic — and Adobe wants to help by inviting creatives to, well, create. As part of the Adobe Max creativity conference, Adobe is looking for collaborators for the now all-virtual event taking place on October 20-22. Co-Create Max is a program inviting artists to apply for a (paid) gig developing content for the conference. … [Read more...] about Adobe will pay you to help design its creativity conference
One thing is for certain; the landscape of the server market will change drastically if regulators approve the merger. Intel is the dominant server chip provider in the market, but recent 'defections' on both the consumer side (Apple) and server side (AWS) of its businesses already signal a potential weakness that few would have imagined a few years ago. A faster cadence of ARM architecture innovations could certainly pose a threat to Xeon's position, not to mention its Habana/Nervana AI products. … [Read more...] about Jensen Huang Says Nvidia-Branded ARM CPUs Are a Possibility
Chris DeGraw: I bought a charger for this ‘wave one ‘Windows tablet I got on the free table at work. It took ages to find the right one, it took almost a month to arrive, and when I booted it up it asked for JVC’s password, so… that was a pointless exercise. … [Read more...] about DT Debate: Why do we all have a drawer full of old chargers and other cords?