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Best monitors under $200 you can get right now

If you've suddenly found yourself on a tight budget, you can still find a decent monitor for less than $200. But act fast if you find a cheap monitor you want -- thanks to so many people currently working from home, they're going in and out of stock like Black Friday doorbusters. Or discontinued and…

Xiaomi Monitors might be headed to India

Home News Computing (Image credit: Xiaomi) Xiaomi is primarily known for smartphones in India. Though back home in China, the company has a product portfolio that not many companies can compete with. Off late, Xiaomi has started bringing different products to India like – the Robot Vacuum cleaner, Laptops, toothbrush, air compressor, beard trimmer and…

NASA monitors carbon monoxide from California wildfires

NASA's Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS), aboard the Aqua satellite, captured carbon monoxide plumes coming from California wildfires last week. There were 28 major wildfires burning across the state as of Sept. 14. This includes the August Complex Fire, which started on Aug. 17 and has since burned over 471,000 acres, making it the largest fire…

The Best 4K Gaming Monitors for the Ultimate 4K PC Gaming Experience

One of the biggest differences between how you use a TV and a gaming monitor is how close you sit to them. At the distance you sit from a gaming monitor, a Full HD or even a 1440p image can start seeing the individual pixels on a display especially when going for bigger screens. If…

This Wearable Monitors the Well-Being of Senior Citizens Who Self-Isolate During the Pandemic

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The best video baby monitors: Keep eyes—and ears—on your bundle of joy

Updated Baby monitors with cameras are distinctly different from home security cameras. We'll help you find the best one for your family. Rob Schultz / IDG Today's Best Tech Deals Picked by TechHive's Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect's Editors Table of Contents Show More Baby monitors have a singular purpose: to…

Software that keeps track of students during tests perpetuates inequality and breaches their privacy

The coronavirus pandemic has been a boon for the test proctoring industry. About half a dozen companies in the US claim their software can accurately detect and prevent cheating in online tests. Examity, HonorLock, Proctorio, ProctorU, Respondus and others have rapidly grown since colleges and universities switched to remote classes. While there’s no official tally,…

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SEO and Google Advertisements aren’t just web magic. Services need to understand them. This training can make them all clear

TLDR: The Ultimate Google Ads and SEO Certification Bundle offer all web business owners insight into how to take control of their digital marketing fate. There’s a reason why Google’s parent company is the fifth richest company in the world. Because when you virtually control huge swathes of internet commerce, you’re bound to end up…

Facebook’s VR isn’t about gaming, it’s about data– surprise, surprise

Facebook has announced the latest version of its successful standalone virtual reality (VR) headset, the Oculus Quest 2. The new device packs more computing power and a sharper screen than its predecessor, and is also US$100 cheaper. In the video above, Facebook’s Oculus Quest 2 (from AUD$479) — a powerful wireless VR headset for gaming…

How to solve any design problem by comprehending its roots

In this article, you’ll learn (or remember) what is the one thing you need to start solving any problem. I wrote this originally for a talk I gave a while ago, and I also posted a video on my youtube channel, but I adapted it so you can read it. Ok… let’s start with a story. The best…

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‘The goal posts keep moving’: Trump administration supposedly plans crackdown on health centers

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services appears to be planning on cracking down on hospitals that do not report COVID-19 data daily into the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' HHS Protect TeleTracking system, reported NPR this week. A draft letter from the agency would require hospitals to report data, including the number…

ATA weighs in on proposed CMS Doctor Cost Schedule guideline

The American Telemedicine Association was among several groups this week that submitted comments to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services regarding the 2021 Physician Fee Schedule proposed rule. The comments focused on three areas: expanding access to more telehealth services and providers, changes to remote patient monitoring services, and telehealth in federally qualified health…

Hands-free voice tech helps Saratoga Health center save PPE and ensure personnel security

In 2015, Saratoga Hospital in Saratoga Springs, New York, unveiled a new, state-of-the-art intensive care unit that, at 20,000 square feet, is more than triple the size of the previous ICU. THE PROBLEM All rooms are private, enhancing the patient experience and reducing the risk of spreading infection. At the same time, caring for patients…