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Intel’s new desktop processor reaches 6GHz without overclocking 1
Posted Friday, Jan 13, 2023 by Jeff Safire

Intel has just introduced a new desktop processor, the Core i9-13900KS, that can reach up to 6GHz without overclocking, making it the fastest desktop processor available. This is made possible by the processor’s Thermal Velocity Boost feature, which allows the chip to run faster when it’s cool enough.


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How USB Came to Be – Intel’s 26-year-old plug-and-play tech made it easy to connect everything 2
Posted Tuesday, Dec 27, 2022 by Jeff Safire

Article by Joanna Goodrich, IEEE Spectrum       This USB cable was used in 2003 to connect a keyboard to Apple’s G4 computer. SSPL/GETTY IMAGES Today even the least tech-savvy consumers can attach a camera, printer, scanner, or other accessory to their PC effortlessly. But in the early 1990s, attaching a peripheral to a computer was…


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How to Become a Consultant: 11 Steps to Doing it Right 3
Posted Thursday, Dec 22, 2022 by Jeff Safire

Article by Meg Prater, HubSpot. Aug 15, 2022 Do you have a well-developed network? Are you self-directed? Do you have an impressive portfolio filled with client success stories? You might be ready to become a consultant, but it can be difficult to know where to start. Continue reading, or jump ahead to learn more…


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Eufy "no cloud" security cameras streaming data to the cloud 4
Posted Monday, Dec 12, 2022 by Jeff Safire

Article by Christopher Boyd of Malwarebytes Eufy home security cameras are currently in a spot of trouble as a result of door camera footage. This is because it turns out that data which should not have been going to the cloud was doing so anyway in certain conditions.  Securing your home: a complicated proposition…


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Musk: Neuralink Ready for Human Testing in Six Months 5
Posted Thursday, Dec 1, 2022 by Jeff Safire

Elon Musk’s startup Neuralink Corp. should be ready to test its technology on humans in six months, the entrepreneur said Wednesday during a live-streamed update about progress the company has made with its brain-implant technology.


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