If you want to open a savings account with the post office, then this news is very important for you. …read more
The Urbanista Los Angeles ANC set can convert all light into power. …read more
It may be noted that Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has already announced a series of strict restrictions in the state till May 1. …read more
Students have started online petitions for the cancellation of the ICSE, ISC Board Exam 2021. …read more
Today’s headlines: Both Apple and Samsung announce launch events for April, the first major PS5 update will roll out starting today and Microsoft’s new ‘Modern’ accessories include its first webcam in years. …read more
Nortje is the second DC player to have tested positive after all-rounder Axar Patel on April 3, six days before the start of the new edition. …read more
‘Indian Idol 12’: Neha Kakkar ‘excited to hear Ramleela stories live’ during upcoming Ram Navami special episode
Neha Kakkar is excited for the special episode of ‘Indian Idol 12’ as this will give her a chance to listen to Ramleela. …read more
USB microphones are great for creators starting out in podcasting — until they have to mic more than one person in a room. There hasn’t been an efficient way to simultaneously record multiple USB mics on one computer, so now Rode is introducing an app that starts to offer a solution.
Rode’s new app, Rode Connect, lets you record multitrack or mixed stereo audio when plugging up to four USB microphones into your computer. There’s one big catch, though: for now, you can only do this with one model of USB microphone — Rode’s $99 NT-USB Mini.
You can think of the app as a virtual version of Rode’s $599 hardware mixer, the Rodecaster Pro, which allows you to plug in multiple XLR microphones, play audio clips, and record locally. The Rode…
Urbanista’s new wireless noise-canceling Los Angeles headphones have a solar panel integrated into the length of the headband, allowing them to draw power from both indoor and outdoor light, Wired reports. Although its built-in 750mAh battery can be charged traditionally via USB-C and offers up to a respectable 50 hours of battery life, the real appeal to these headphones is the solar charging. They’re due to ship in early summer for £169 (around $232), according to Wired.
Although Urbanista’s site promises “infinite playtime” from the headphones, the exact amount of power these headphones can generate while solar charging varies. One hour spent in the sun should generate enough power for three hours of playtime, but on a cloudy day that…
DARPA has picked Jeff Bezo’s Blue Origin, Lockheed Martin and General Atomics to build and demonstrate a spacecraft driven by nuclear thermal propulsion. …read more