Barnes & Noble reveals a cheaper version of its Nook GlowLight 4 e-reader

Barnes & Noble has revealed its latest Nook e-reader, a more budget-friendly version of the Nook GlowLight 4 it announced in December. The Nook Glowlight 4e costs $30 less than the previous model but, as you might expect, there are some tradeoffs. The e-readers share a similar design, with soft-touch casing and physical buttons for…

IKEA made a Matter-ready hub with a new smart home app to match

IKEA continues its foray into smart home devices with the launch of a Google Matter-ready hub called DIRIGERA and a new IKEA Home smart app. With the new device and app, the Swedish company is promising to handle more smart device segments while making device integration easier. It says the app will be “convenient, easy…

Amazon is taking up to 60 percent off WD and SanDisk storage for today only

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Police VR Training: Empathy Machine or Expensive Distraction?

Screenshot: Axon “I just wish I could save them all,” my virtual reality police officer avatar says as he gazes upon a young woman’s abandoned corpse lying beside a back-alley dumpster. My VR cop partner offers a limp gesture of condolence but doesn’t sugarcoat the reality: My decision got this woman killed. Featured Videos I…

Republican Ghouls Send Identical Tweets After 19 Kids Killed in School Shooting

Sen. Ted Cruz, professional ghoul, in the U.S. Capitol on May 4, 2022.Photo: Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call (AP) A mass shooter killed 19 children and two adults at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday. And Republican politicians took to Twitter in the wake of this tragedy to express their condolences. But if you…

Lyft joins Uber in cutting back on new hiring

After Uber announced that it was cutting back on hiring and other expenses due to the economic slowdown, rival Lyft is doing the same, according to The Wall Street Journal. “Given the slower than expected recovery and need to accelerate leverage in the business, we’ve made the difficult but important decision to significantly slow hiring…