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The headphone, speaker and audio deals worth looking at on Black...

These buds up the ante in almost every way -- they fit and sound better than standard AirPods and they have the same solid battery life. Apple also added active noise-cancellation with Transparency Mode, which lets you hop in and out of conversations without missing a beat.Buy AirPods Pro at Amazon - $169AirPods - $110Chris…

Engadget readers can get $150 off Segway’s Kickscooter Max at Wellbots

The Kickscooter Max is one of the more feature-rich scooters Segway makes. The company claims the built-in battery will get you 40 miles on a single charge, and that the scooter can handle 20 percent inclines. With fast charging support, it will only take you about six hours to charge its battery between long rides.…

Here are all of the Apple devices on sale for Black...

These buds up the ante in almost every way -- they fit and sound better than standard AirPods and they have the same solid battery life. Apple also added active noise-cancellation with Transparency Mode, which lets you hop in and out of conversations without missing a beat.Buy AirPods Pro at Amazon - $169AirPods - $110Engadget…

The Morning After: The best Black Friday deals so far

Black Friday has begun. For a lot of retailers, it began at midnight on the dot. For others, it started yesterday. The best Black Friday deals from yesterday, hah, can be found here, and include cheap AirPods Pro, TVs, Sony headphones and a tempting (I mean it) battery and charging bundle from Anker.  As you cautiously…

The best Black Friday tech deals we could find

These buds up the ante in almost every way -- they fit and sound better than standard AirPods and they have the same solid battery life. Apple also added active noise-cancellation with Transparency Mode, which lets you hop in and out of conversations without missing a beat.Buy AirPods Pro at Amazon - $169Lenovo Smart Clocks…

How to modernise identity governance and administration

Modernising identity governance and administration (IGA) capabilities is essential for organisations to manage identities effectively to ensure they remain competitive, compliant and secure By Warwick Ashford, Senior analyst Published: 27 Nov 2020 Digital identities are at the heart of digital transformation, information security and privacy. Therefore, if organisations have not done so already, no time…

This Christmas, Covid-19 heightens retail security risks for everyone

The past two months of the year are now well-established as the peak trading period for online retailers and as retailers prepare for the coming Christmas period – coupled these days with the worldwide spread of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday ‘holidays’ made up by American retailers – it is no surprise to anybody…

Government must hold technology companies to account on e-waste

MPs urge UK government and global technology companies to deal with ‘tsunami of electronic waste’, which is throwing away valuable resources vital for building a sustainable future By Sebastian Klovig Skelton , Reporter Published: 26 Nov 2020 16:00 Government action is needed to ensure multinational technology companies such as Amazon and Apple take more responsibility…

Data safes will give users control over their data

Belgian computer scientist tells Computer Weekly how people can regain control of their online personal information By Kim Loohuis Published: 26 Nov 2020 13:46 People need to regain control of their own data, instead of it being in the hands of the tech giants, according to Belgian professor of computer science Ruben Verborgh, who is…

Interest in UK digital talent visa surges despite pandemic

Tech Nation, the endorsing body for the digital technology route of the UK’s Global Talent Visa, has seen a 48% increase in applications over the past year By Clare McDonald, Business Editor Published: 26 Nov 2020 12:45 Applications for digital Global Talent visas in the UK increased by 48% in the past year, according to…

A New Theory of Western Civilization

Could a marriage policy first pursued by the Catholic Church a millennium and a half ago explain what made the industrialized world so powerful—and so peculiar? Judith Shulevitz October 2020 Issue The WEIRDest People in the World: How the West Became Psychologically Peculiar and Particularly Prosperous by Joseph Henrich Farrar, Straus and Giroux Tim EnthovenAround…

Tripping through IBM’s astonishingly insane 1937 corporate songbook (2014)

Biz & IT — There is no god but IBM, and T. J. Watson is his prophet. Lee Hutchinson - Aug 29, 2014 1:00 pm UTC The songbook of the damned—or at least of the employed."For thirty-seven years," reads the opening passage in the book, "the gatherings and conventions of our IBM workers have expressed…