Apple is celebrating Black History Month. To commemorate the occasion, the tech giant has launched a Black Unity Collection of Apple Watch. The collection includes a limited-edition Apple Watch Series 6, the Black Unity Sport Band, and a Unity watch face. The Apple Watch Series 6 Black Unity and the Black Unity Sport Band will be available in the country from February 1 onwards. Unity watch face, on the other hand, has been rolled out as WatchOS 7.3 update With the Apple Watch Black Unity Collection, the company seeks to honor the ongoing fight for racial justice. The Black Unity sport band has “Truth. Power. Solidarity.” laser-engraved onto the interior of the stainless steel fastening pin. Apple says that the band is made from individual pieces of colored fluoroelastomer. They are then assembled by hand and compression-molded into one. Apple Watch Series 6 Black Unity is full of colours inspired by Pan-African flag. The Red colour symbolises the blood that unites … [Read more...] about Apple launches Watch Series 6 Black Unity special edition
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The Nest Hub doesn't have a camera built-in, so you can't use it for video calls. If that's something you really want, we've rounded up the latest Amazon Echo Show prices for you too or take a look at the Google Home Hub Max below. For more details on this one though, take a look at our Google Nest Hub review. … [Read more...] about The cheapest Google Home prices for January 2021: the best Home Mini, Hub and Max deals
Long after their reveal alongside the iPhone 7, these eagerly awaited in-ear Beats headphones were finally released in February 2017. These wireless headphones are a perfect match for iPhone owners missing the 3.5mm port. We're particularly impressed by the quick charge feature that gives you two hours of playback from a single five-minute charge. Eight hours from a full charge isn't too shabby either. … [Read more...] about The best Beats headphones 2020: prices, sales and cheap deals for January 2021
## OpenDKIM conf stuff that I'm adding Canonicalization relaxed/relaxed ExternalIgnoreList refile:/etc/opendkim/TrustedHosts InternalHosts refile:/etc/opendkim/TrustedHosts KeyTable refile:/etc/opendkim/KeyTable SigningTable refile:/etc/opendkim/SigningTable LogWhy Yes PidFile /var/run/opendkim/opendkim.pid Socket local:/var/spool/postfix/opendkim/opendkim.sock SyslogSuccess Yes TemporaryDirectory /var/tmp UserID opendkim:opendkim From the top down, we're setting Canonicalization to relaxed to deal with the ways that e-mail headers occasionally get changed in transit. The next two entries tell OpenDKIM to use our TrustedHosts file (containing just the link local IP address) in the fashion described above—saying mail coming from addresses listed in that file should actually be signed and so on. KeyTable points to our KeyTable file, and SigningTable … [Read more...] about Taking e-mail back, part 3: Fortifying your box against spammers
To bring it back to the original headline point, the Samsung Galaxy S20 dropped by over 60 percent in value over 12 months whereas the iPhone 11 only lost just over 30 percent. So if you're thinking about the Samsung Galaxy 21 or iPhone 12 as a future investment, you might want to learn towards team Apple. … [Read more...] about Is it worth getting the Samsung Galaxy S21 or is an iPhone the better investment?