CES 2018: Intel showcases Kaby Lake R laptops By IDG.TV At CES 2018, Intel showed some of the first laptops with Intel's Kaby Lake R CPU. This quad-core part, which shipped last fall, has created a new generation of slim, light laptops that deliver significantly better performance compared to their dual-core predecessors. ...Read More »
D-Link's AC2600 router comes with McAfee inside By IDG.TV D-Link's AC2600 WiFi access point comes with built-in McAfee protection to keep a smart home of connected devices safe. ...Read More »
Wemo now works with HomeKit By IDG.TV A new bridge now allows the world of Wemo WiFi smart home devices to connect to Apple HomeKit. ...Read More »
Phyn watches for water leaks By IDG.TV Phyn is a high-tech water watcher that monitors your incoming supply. It can detail your household water usage by appliance and also shut off water if there's a leak. ...Read More »
Hands-on with Corsair's K63 Wireless keyboard By IDG.TV Corsair's sequel to its Lapdog brings wireless low-latency Cherry MX gaming to the living room. ...Read More »
iBuypower Project Case Builder By IDG.TV Want a modular upgrade? Ibuypower's Project Case Builder will hopefully let even normal people easily make case modifications to his or her PC. ...Read More »
Linksys adds dual-band to Velop mesh Wi-Fi By IDG.TV Linksys is expanding its Velop home Wi-Fi mesh system with a dual-band unit that might save you a bit of money. ...Read More »
Ooma is expanding its DIY home security system By IDG.TV Ooma, best known as an IP telephony provider, is expanding the sensors and adding a camera to its install-yourself home security system. ...Read More »
MSI's RGB-laden gaming laptops bring high-powered bling to CES By IDG.TV We go hands-on with MSI's GE73 Raider RGB Edition and GT75VR Titan at CES 2018. ...Read More »
Putting Mississippians to work By Clip Syndicate “We used to have Mississippians looking for jobs, now we have jobs looking for Mississippians.” That was the phrase used by Governor Phil Bryant yesterday during his annual State of the State address when he highlighted a record low in unemployment levels for Mississippi. Bryant noted the addition of 60,000 jobs, pointing out that twice last year our state saw the jobless rate fall below 4.9 percent. It reached a low of 4.8 percent in November. A major part of Bryant’s push to create jobs is the Mississippi Department of Employment Security providing resources like the Win Job Centers located across the state. Win Job Center Gulfport Branch Manager Al Brooken said, “Basically our mission statement is helping Mississippians get jobs, whatever that takes. We have a monthly thing we do called business outreach. Basically what we do is contact local employers, tell them about our services, and offer them our services to recruit employees. If a job seeker comes into the facility and they’re not job ready, we have the means to get them job ready.” Along with 42 other locations across the state, there are Win Job Centers in each of the three coastal counties and their services are free to the public. ...Read More »

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