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Which Microsoft Surface Should I Buy? (2018)

Wired - March 14, 2018 - 1:00pm
We round up your options to help you decide which Microsoft PC suits your needs.

The loan program that buoyed Tesla, stalled out, and landed on Trump’s cut list

Ars Technica - March 14, 2018 - 12:45pm

We still fondly recall our time driving the Arcimoto SRK, the most surprisingly fun EV we've driven in ages. Video shot/edited by Jennifer Hahn of our experience with it in 2016. (video link)

The Arcimoto FUV slices through a wet Vegas parking lot, kicking up spray from puddles and smiles from passersby. Despite the unusual downpour, I stay bone dry under the electric tricycle's semi-enclosed canopy, twisting the throttle to zip back and forth with a grin on my face.

While taxis on the road beside me inch through traffic toward the annual CES trade show, the world's first Fun Utility Vehicle is living up to its name. It's nippier than a car, drier than a scooter, and easier to handle than a motorbike.

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Beware VMware! Nutanix sprays all over Virtzilla's networking territory

The Register - March 14, 2018 - 12:42pm
Teases FLOW product as alternative to NSX

Nutanix this week teased analysts with a software-defined networking product called FLOW and made no secret of its intent to muscle in on VMware's turf.…

Apple is a services company, too, and Eddy Cue’s vision is very different from Google’s

Ars Technica - March 14, 2018 - 12:15pm

Apple Music on iOS 10, with Senior VP Eddy Cue. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

Apple has always been known as a hardware company, and it still is, but services are more important to its strategy and bottom line than ever before. That point was driven home not just by the most recent Apple earnings report—in which CEO Tim Cook identified services as a division ripe for a doubling of revenue by 2020—but also by a talk by Apple SVP Eddy Cue at SXSW this week.

Interviewed by CNN’s Dylan Byers, Cue talked about Apple News, the tensions between open and closed platforms, and the company's TV and video strategy. Many of the statements he made seemed carefully crafted to distinguish Apple from other tech giants that have been the subjects of criticism in recent months.

Cue heads Apple's software and services efforts, and he took the stage in Austin moments after Apple announced it would acquire Texture, a magazine distribution app that has been repeatedly called the "Netflix of magazines" by numerous press outlets.

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Maplin shutdown sale prices still HIGHER than rivals

The Register - March 14, 2018 - 12:08pm
UK tat bazaar enters final death spiral

Closing-down sale posters are being plastered over the shop windows of moribund Brit 'leccy tat emporium Maplin Electronics, but even now the discounted goods can still be bought more cheaply from rivals.…

Cannabis website to California: Section 230 protects us from your demands

Ars Technica - March 14, 2018 - 12:00pm

Enlarge (credit: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

A popular cannabis community website, Weedmaps, which features ads and other listings related to marijuana businesses across the Golden State, has invoked a federal law as a way to stave off the ire of California’s cannabis authorities.

Last month, the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC), the state entity that oversees California’s newly legal recreational marijuana market, sent a letter to Weedmaps last month, saying that because the website allows ads for companies that are not officially licensed by the state, it is in violation of state law. (The spat was first reported by The Sacramento Bee.)

On Monday, Weedmaps executives responded with their own letter, saying that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, a federal law that removes liability of a website for the actions of its users, acts as its shield. Digital rights groups including the Electronic Frontier Foundation have argued that Section 230 is what protects the Web as a whole—publishers don’t have to worry about being sued if one of their users is accused of violating the law.

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Google's Quantum Computing Party Is as Fancy as Physics Gets

Wired - March 14, 2018 - 12:00pm
Physicists aren't known for their fancy shindigs—but quantum computer researchers break the mold.

Why Do Augmented-Reality Glasses Look So Bad?

Wired - March 14, 2018 - 12:00pm
It's tough to pack in all the necessary tech and still make something people want to wear.

Blockchain's Brand New World Is Being Built By Refugees

Wired - March 14, 2018 - 12:00pm
Cryptocurrency enthusiasts are harnessing blockchain's record-keeping potential to create a digital trail for people who've fallen off the grid

The Great China Tech Panic is just posh xenophobia

The Register - March 14, 2018 - 11:34am
There's more to success than sweat and STEM

Comment Donald J Trump has been stoking xenophobia since he took office as President of the US, aiming his sharpest barbs at China. But he's not alone. Others, with better manners than the president, have too – they’re just more subtle about it.…

Gourmia Cold-Cooker Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET - Reviews - March 14, 2018 - 11:11am
The Wi-Fi-connected Cool-Cooker from Gourmia uses both heat and cold to make meals at the right time.

18.04 beta is as good a time as any to see which Ubuntu flavour tickles your Budgie, MATE

The Register - March 14, 2018 - 11:01am
But we're still in bug country, so run in a VM

The first beta of Ubuntu 18.04 is here. The finished article, due next month, will be a long-term support release and, for those who stick with LTS, the first time many see the new GNOME-based Ubuntu.…

Oozing with info, glazed with love: Treat yourself to a storage doughnut

The Register - March 14, 2018 - 10:36am
All the calories you need but never knew you wanted

Veritas is renewing its assault on Data Domain and the disk/cloud archive market, Nutanix has offered $3,000 rebates to resellers of a Dell XC Core product, and flash memory researchers are looking at 128-layer 3D NAND.…

Microsoft to add new Azure regions in Germany, Switzerland, UAE

ZDnet News - March 14, 2018 - 10:30am
Microsoft is continuing to add more regions to its Azure datacenter list and has announced 50 regions in total, as of its latest unveilings.

It's Pi day: Care to stuff a brand new Raspberry one in your wallet?

The Register - March 14, 2018 - 10:20am
Would ma'am care to supersize her order with an extra 200MHz of 64-bit Arm CPU?

It is Pi day (assuming you live in a country that insists on writing dates in the frankly barking mad MM/DD format) and after a quiet two years, the Raspberry Pi Foundation have pushed out a new version of the tiny computer.…

2018 Hyundai Accent gets right to the point - Roadshow - News - March 14, 2018 - 10:00am
Cars don't always need to be complicated affairs. The 2018 Hyundai Accent is nice and simple, and that's a good thing.

2018 Hyundai Accent review - Roadshow - Reviews - March 14, 2018 - 10:00am
The most affordable Hyundai on the lot isn't a bad way to go.

Google bans crypto-currency adverts

BBC Technology News - March 14, 2018 - 9:33am
The search giant follows Facebook in censoring ads for initial coin offerings and trading services.

Cloudflare pushes Workers out the door – without layoffs

The Register - March 14, 2018 - 9:02am
Runs JavaScript on the edge, rather than make users schlep all the way to your server

Cloudflare has launched a service that lets its customers run JavaScript at the edge of its cloud.…

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+: A closer look at the newest board

ZDnet News - March 14, 2018 - 8:00am
See all the new features on the flagship Pi board.

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