Ring's new Stick-up Cam is designed for inside and out By IDG.TV Ring's new Stick-up Cam has been designed for inside and outside use. It will work with Ring's new alarm system and can be set to only record in the home when you're out. ...Read More »
Asus' Bezel Free Kit uses an optical illusion to make bezels vanish By IDG.TV Using prisms, this clever kit can make your three monitors seem like a single panel. ...Read More »
Golf cart resolution moves forward in Long Beach By Clip Syndicate A resolution allowing golf carts on the city streets in Long Beach is driving up debate. City aldermen plan to discuss the resolution in Jackson tomorrow. Right now it is not legal to drive a golf cart up and down the streets in downtown Long Beach, but that could change depending on the outcome of a city resolution moving toward approval. Roy Price lives in the designated area where the golf carts would become legal. “I don’t see anything wrong with it. It’s a small town and it’s probably better. When there’s something going on this street there’s a lot of congestion.” Long Beach’s city attorney is in the process of putting together a final draft of the ordinance while awaiting approval in the state legislature. If approved, Long Beach would join cities like Diamondhead, where golf carts are currently free to drive around. Legalizing golf carts in more cities on the Coast concerns police. Long Beach Officer Joey Payne said, “They don’t have turn signals, most of them don’t have insurance, we are a very busy tourist community. People come from all over so if they’re not aware of golf carts being on the road, they might not see them.” City aldermen think allowing the golf carts would benefit tourism and make it easier for residents to get around. City Alderman Mark Lishen said, “Pedestrian friendly downtown that makes it nice and leisure to stroll around and it would be great for a business.” City officials have heard the concerns of residents over the golf carts and they say they’re keeping safety as number one. “We'll require a person with a driver’s license and insurance.” They say set rules will be in place before letting drivers drive away. “You have to have seat belts, breaks, turning lights, headlights.” ...Read More »
Vivint's Streety helps neighbors share video By IDG.TV A free app called Streety lets neighbors shareówith permissionólive video feeds and recorded video clips from their respective home security cameras. ...Read More »
Mingis on Tech: How networking will evolve in 2018 By IDG.TV From Cisco's plans for intent-based networking to SD-WAN, IoT and 5G pilot programs, the networking industry is growing and changing by leaps and bounds. Here's what's likely to be top of mind in the industry this year. ...Read More »
Alienware Area 51 Hands-on By IDG.TV Alienware's Area 51 gets some nice hardware tweaks, plus a major upgrade to its Command Center software. Watch us gush about the Toolless Graphics feature here. ...Read More »
Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 Hands-on (2018) By IDG.TV Dell's new XPS 15 2-in-1 has two surprises for you: Intel's Kaby Lake G processor with AMD Radeon Vega graphics, and a 360-degree hinge--yes, it's now a convertible. But watch out: It's also dumped USB-A for USB-C all the way. ...Read More »
Dell Mobile Connect mirrors your phone on your PC By IDG.TV Dell Mobile Connect allows your PC to mirror your Android phone or iPhone. ...Read More »
Success Connection By Clip Syndicate Join host John Merlino Jr. and special guest Maria Arias Sanchez as they discuss her online business, how she got started, and her plans for the future. ...Read More »

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