ET Deals: $900 Off Dell 2020 Vostro 15 7500 Core i7 & Nvidia GTX Laptop, Apple MacBook Air Laptop for $899

Today you can get a highly versatile laptop from Dell with $900 marked off the retail price. This system is perfect for work, but it also has a 100 percent sRGB compatible display for editing images and a GPU that’s… Continue Reading →

ET Deals: Lowest Price on Apple AirPods Pro, Dell Inspiron 15 5505 AMD Ryzen 7 4700U Laptop for $646

Today you can get Apple’s premium wireless AirPods Pro headphones with a $50 discount from Amazon. This makes these high-end earbuds just $199.00, which is the lowest price we’ve seen on them to date. Apple AirPods Pro ($199.00) Apple’s AirPods… Continue Reading →

As COVID-19 era drags on, VCs look beyond Zoom calls for due diligence and sourcing

While the coronavirus has accelerated the dealmaking pace for many early-stage startups, activity has not come without adaptation. Remote investment struggles for investors were clear from the get go: it’s challenging to invest millions in someone you have never met,… Continue Reading →

ET Deals: $247 Off Alienware Aurora AMD Ryzen 7 Gaming Desktop, Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB NVMe SSD for $64

Step up your game with a high-end Dell Alienware desktop. Today you can save $247 on one of these edgy looking systems; it comes equipped with a top-tier Ryzen 7 3700X processor and an Nvidia RTX 2070 Super graphics card…. Continue Reading →

Daily Crunch: Facebook launches a college-only network

Facebook returns to its college roots, Alexa gets a printing feature and we take a deep dive into Unity’s business. This is your Daily Crunch for September 10, 2020. The big story: Facebook launches a college-only network If you’re old… Continue Reading →

ET Deals: Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB NVMe SSD for $64, Dell Alienware AW3420DW 34-Inch 2K 120Hz G-Sync Monitor for $949

Adata’s XPG SX8200 Pro is fast SSD capable of transferring data at speeds up to 3,500MB/s, making it one of the fastest M.2 SSD drives on the market. It’s also on sale with its price cut in half. Adata XPG… Continue Reading →

Nvidia Ampere GPUs Destroy Early Benchmarks, Won’t Require PCIe 4.0

Nvidia recently unveiled its long-awaited Amepre-based graphics cards, displacing the famously spendy Turing architecture. Ampere isn’t going to be cheap necessarily, but the value seems great based on some early tests. You might also be happy to learn you won’t… Continue Reading →

ET Deals: Nintendo Super Mario 3D All-Stars Pre-Order, Dell Inspiron 3880 Intel Core i7 Desktop for $649

Nintendo’s new Super Mario 3D All-Stars game is now officially available for pre-order, and it’s set to be released on September 18. This game will only be available officially until March 31, 2021, giving you a relatively short period of… Continue Reading →

Local governments that embrace digital services during challenging times can make real change happen

Bob Ainsbury Contributor Share on Twitter Bob Ainsbury is the Chief Product Officer at Granicus. It has been a hard year. We wake up every morning to new developments in the tragedies of the moment spanning a pandemic, the greatest… Continue Reading →

Facebook to warn third-party developers of vulnerable code

Facebook has announced a policy change that will see the company notify third-party developers if it finds a security vulnerability in their code. In a blog post announcing the change,Facebook said it “may occasionally find” critical bugs and vulnerabilities in… Continue Reading →

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