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Your workspace is too noisy? You might want to consider Bose's offering. I've been using their flagship headphones, the QuietComfort 25 and QuietComfort 35 and each have their own advantages and drawbacks.

Noise Canceling Headphones: Bose QC25 vs QC35

Your workspace is too noisy? You might want to consider Bose’s offering. I’ve been using their flagship headphones, the QuietComfort 25 and QuietComfort 35 and each have their own advantages and drawbacks.

Most people think servers as hardware that are never turned off. That may be true for those serving a global audience but not so much for devices in the home or small office. People don't run 24x7 hence having some downtime for your servers may be beneficial, notably for your home servers.

Save Money by Scheduling your Servers

Most people think servers as hardware that are never turned off. That may be true for those serving a global audience but not so much for devices in the home or small office. People don’t run 24×7 hence having some downtime for your servers may be beneficial, notably for your home servers.

Not only watches, but pens are getting smart as well. These smartpens offers a genuine alternative to capturing notes using an iPad Pro or typing text in a laptop. Ever wonder how useful smartpens are? Here's a comparison of the two best smartpens of 2016.

Smartpen Reviews

Not only watches, but pens are getting smart as well. These smartpens offers a genuine alternative to capturing notes using an iPad Pro or typing text in a laptop. Ever wonder how useful smartpens are? Here’s a comparison of the two best smartpens of 2016.