DICE and EA have published the last major content update for Battlefield V. It may be the final hurrah for the game, and it may not have lived up to fan expectations, but the Summer Update is a substantial one. Although there is a caveat, even here. There are nine new weapons and five new […]
Transition-type lenses are great
Amber Max are the highest blue light blocking you can get
Comfortable to wear for long periods
Frames feel a little flimsy
No nose bridge adjustments
We’ve long used Gunnar Optiks here at KnowTechie, as it was one of the first companies on the scene for blue-light-blocking glasses with a long history of supporting gamers.
With a long pedigree like that, are the new lens types up to the challenge? We’ll find out, and also talk a bit about why you should be blocking that blue light, as well as wearing computer glasses even if your eyesight is 20/20.
Block that blue outta your life
This is the splash screen that will greet you in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare if you fire up the game today. After years of denying that Call of Duty was a game with a political message, (even with mountains of evidence to the contrary) it seems like Activision Blizzard is finally ready to say […]
Crowdfunding is a really cool way for innovative products to see the light of day, without the restrictions placed on in-house development at large companies. It’s also a great place to check out video games from small studios, movies, and even campaigns for social good.
With all of those campaigns competing for your attention, it can be tricky to find ones based on your interests. Let KnowTechie do all the hard work for you, with our picks of the crop for June.
Check out these 10 crowdfunding campaigns in June 2020
So… with how many crowdfunding campaigns there are out there, how do you choose what to back? Well, I use a combination of checking out their campaign page, looking to see if any of the comments on their prior campaigns show dissatisfied backers, and also companies I’ve already had successful pledge fulfillment from.
I also tend to stick to
If you plan on exercising your First Amendment rights to peaceful assembly to protest the injustices in the system, there are a few things you should consider to keep yourself as safe as possible. Things like knowing where you are going, how to get away if needed, and what clothes to wear, are all essential.
What’s also pretty essential is to think about how to secure your smartphone, not just from loss or theft but also from surveillance. You also need to plan for disrupted communications, as even without cell towers being jammed, that many devices in one place always slows down the network.
I mean, have you ever been to a sporting event or conference where the WiFi was crawling? The same thing applies to protests.
Assume you’re being watched
Even in a huge crowd, your physical person can be tracked. All it takes is facial