Category Archives: Tech News

Spider-Man: No Way Home soundtrack might confirm the biggest leak

The worst thing about Spider-Man: No Way Home is also what helped Sony and Marvel turn the movie into a must-see MCU event. All year long, we heard that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield would appear as Spider-Man variants in No Way Home alongside Tom Holland. We saw plenty of leaks that confirmed the initial rumors, and Sony… Read More »

What Can You Do to Raise Your CTR?

Nearly all modern businesses structure their marketing and advertising campaigns around their website, or at least a series of landing pages devoted to the business. It makes sense to run your campaigns this way, since it’s convenient for customers and inexpensive (not to mention easy to coordinate). But if this sounds like your business, you know there’s a… Read More »

Max Q: Rocket Lab unveils Neutron, plus more private space station news

Hello and welcome back to Max Q! There was a TON of space news this week so I won’t ramble too much, other than to remind you that many of the people mentioned below will be at TC Sessions: Space on the 14th and 15th! That includes Peter Beck, CEO of Rocket Lab, Nanoracks’ Jeffrey Manber, and many, many others.… Read More »

Asus’ new MacBook Pro rival costs $5,000

Enlarge / The Asus ProArt Studiobook Pro 16 OLED (W7600). (credit: Asus) On Monday, Asus released a number of clamshells, including new business-focused ExpertBook B5s, which start at $1,300. Four new ProArt Studiobooks begin at $2,000. But if you want to splurge, look to the Asus ProArt Studiobook Pro 16 OLED (W7600), which comes with an Intel Xeon processor… Read More »

First Apple mixed reality headset to offer VR gaming, media, and communication

You don’t need leaks about Apple’s imminent mixed reality headset to guess one of the device’s main features. Like any gadget offering virtual reality (VR) features, gaming could easily be the main focus. The same goes for VR headsets from HTC, Sony, and Facebook. But you don’t necessarily associate Apple with high-end gaming. That’s because not all of… Read More »

Emerging IoT Business Opportunities

As linked business devices and smart home and workplace gadgets take over the market, the Internet of Things (IoT) has gained even more momentum. There’s an interesting academic sidelight to this. It’s called the Internet of Strings. Or IoSt. It was created in Berkeley a few years ago by mathematicians. They saw the coming Internet of Things as… Read More »

Stacked raises $35M to bring passive investing tools to retail crypto traders

Stacked, a web-based platform that provides passive investment tools for retail investors interested in crypto, just announced it raised a $35 million Series A co-led by Alameda Research, a crypto trading firm owned by FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried. Bybit and BitDAO partner Mirana Ventures co-led the round alongside Alameda. Fidelity International Strategic Ventures, DRW Venture Capital, Alumni Ventures,… Read More »

Luna Display lets you wirelessly use a Mac as second Windows monitor

Enlarge / A 24-inch iMac used as display for a Windows 11-based Lenovo Thinkpad. (credit: Astropad) Sometimes you just need more screen space. You can always buy a portable monitor, but what if you could just use the systems already in your home—whether they run Windows or macOS? Luna Display is a product by Astropad that lets you turn an… Read More »

Thieves can use AirTags to track and steal your car from your driveway

Earlier this year, Apple launched the AirTag tracker, and the device became quite popular with users. Like Tile trackers, AirTags can help you locate any objects that you tag them with. Unlike Tile, Apple uses the hundreds of millions of iPhones in the wild to locate any lost or stolen devices. The AirTags ping nearby iPhones anonymously, and… Read More »

How to Choose Efficient and Secure Cloud Service

Cloud services are used by companies worldwide to optimize information storage and other processes. As a result, the cloud market is constantly growing; according to experts’ forecasts, its volume will reach $397 billion by 2022. What does this mean for the end-user? This can mean both an increase in the number of cloud services and platforms and an… Read More »