We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more . de-motion Jeramy Johnson 5 Mar 2021 Source: Jeramy Johnson / Android Central The Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen) is the most advanced and innovative smart speaker from Amazon to date. In addition to a vastly improved camera and speaker setup, the device also features a state-of-the-art AZ1 Neural Chip and a silent motor that help track your movements and keep the screen within your view. This is excellent for video calls or following a recipe when moving around the kitchen, but there may be times when you don't need or want that feature enabled. We'll show you how you can disable the automatic motion tracking on your Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen) and customize the tracking settings to your preferences. How to disable automatic motion tracking on the Amazon Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen) Swipe down from the top of your Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen) device's screen. Tap on the Motion icon. You should see a … [Read more...] about How to disable automatic motion tracking on the Amazon Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen)
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1Password See at 1Password LastPass See at LastPass It wasn't long ago that I raised an editorial toast to the reigning champion of password managers , LastPass, recommending it not only for its broad suite of premium features but -- most crucially -- for its refusal to let down its veteran fanbase of free users, even as it faced sweeping scrutiny over an ownership change. A moment of silence, then, for our beloved fallen freeware: As of March 16, LastPass free-tier users will only be able to use the service on just one device type -- either desktop or mobile, but not both. Goodnight, sweet prince. Read more: Best password manager to use for 2021 The move tragically undermines a key security principle that's made LastPass's free version so effective at core security -- its seamless multiplatform integration. Using a password manager to boost security, perhaps more so than many other privacy products, pivots on a fulcrum of … [Read more...] about LastPass vs. 1Password: Which password manager is best for price and privacy?
Microsoft's vertical tabs in its new Edge browser have been a long time in the making and they're finally available as the latest stable release of Microsoft's Chromium-based browser. Vertical tabs are meant to exploit screen space more efficiently for users and offers a different take on how to squeeze more productivity out of the browser when there are tons of tabs open. Enterprise Software Everything announced at Adobe Max 2020: Creative Cloud gets collaborative, Illustrator for iPad, and more Best VoIP providers in 2020: RingCentral, Vonage, Ooma, and more Best video conferencing services for business: Zoom, WebEx, AnyMeeting, Slack, and more How to boost your company's SEO (ZDNet YouTube) The best antivirus protection for Windows 10 in 2020 (CNET) Software as a Service: A cheat sheet (TechRepublic) Vertical tabs arrive in the newly released Edge stable version 89 among other performance improvements related to Microsoft's work on toning … [Read more...] about Microsoft Edge 89 brings a new way of managing your tabs
After the Federal Aviation Administration announced Thursday that it would begin easing restrictions on passengers' use of electronic devices during flights, JetBlue captured the new policy in a video. See also: Score the Best Flight Deals on These 10 Sites Deploying a team of two videographers, the airline created the video, below, which shows its first moments of in-flight gadget use. “The video was created so we could give a behind-the-scenes look,” Jenny Dervin, a JetBlue spokesperson, told Mashable . “We just wanted to show how we were able to implement the policy immediately.” Featuring real passengers flying from New York City to Buffalo, N.Y., the video shows them holding their electronic devices, newly freed from previous in-flight usage restrictions. “At 4:15 p.m. ET on Friday, we got approval from the FAA, and we sent the word out in a message to each aircraft.," Dervin added. JetBlue sent its staff message (seen in the above photo) to aircraft via the … [Read more...] about JetBlue Shows First Moments of FAA-Approved Gadget Use on Flights
advertisement advertisement advertisement Are there upsides to the new work-from-home normal brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic? Depends on who you ask. Some chief information officers say it’s increased employee productivity so much that they’ll keep it going in 2021. Meanwhile, a Stanford professor with a playtime-craving four-year-old called working from home a “productivity disaster,” and a business consultant noted increased eye strain and brain fog for employees who now spend much greater portions of the day staring at their screens. advertisement Employees, on the whole, seem to feel pretty good about the shift. In a global Lenovo study from July , nearly two-thirds of respondents said they felt more productive working from home than at the office, even in spite of at-home distractions. Increased independence and flexibility have helped them accomplish tasks more efficiently. That doesn’t mean remote work is obstacle-free. … [Read more...] about How to effectively manage a remote workforce