Eufy Security Video Doorbell review: The private option


Eufy Security has an entirely different pitch for its video doorbell: privacy. If you’re a bit less trusting and would rather not share an unending stream of video from your front porch with a faceless corporation, the Eufy Video Doorbell might be your best bet.

Find out why in Android Authority‘s Eufy Security Video Doorbell review.

About this Eufy Security Video Doorbell review: We evaluated the Eufy video doorbell over a period of several days. We installed it using the included battery and the latest version of the Eufy app on a Google Pixel 4 XL. Android Authority purchased

Apple will announce move to ARM-based Macs later this month, says report


Apple will announce that it’s shifting from using Intel processors to its own ARM-based chips this month at WWDC 2020, Bloomberg reports. The developer conference is due to take place starting on June 22nd with an online-only format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bloomberg notes that the timing of the announcement could change due to the health crisis.

Rumors of Apple switching to using its own ARM-based processors in its Macs have been around for years, but a recent report from Bloomberg claimed that the shift was imminent, and that the first Mac powered by an ARM-based processor would

Pinebook Pro review—a $200 FOSS-to-the-hilt magnesium-chassis laptop

Enlarge / GENTLEFOLK, BEHOLD! From left to right: the Pine64 welcome letter, a Dell XPS 13 DE provided for scale, and the Pinebook Pro (controversial lockblade knife not included).

Jim Salter

In early March of this year, I ordered one of the FOSS-driven Pine64 project’s newest designs—the Pinebook Pro. The company’s manufacturing efforts have taken an enormous hit due to the impact of COVID-19 on its Chinese manufacturing partners, which kept me from receiving my Pinebook Pro until last week.

Unfortunately, COVID-19 didn’t merely slow down production. It also made QA impossible, which led to enough problems with

Court denies arrest warrant for Samsung heir


Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong has escaped arrest after a court in Seoul denied prosecutors’ request to detain him while they conduct an investigation into alleged accounting fraud. Lee, who goes by Jay Y. Lee in the West and is the vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, spent almost a year in jail until February 2018 for his role in a separate scandal.

“It appears that prosecutors have secured considerable amount of evidence through their investigation, but they fell short of explaining the validity to detain Lee,” the Seoul Central District Court said, as reported by Nikkei. “Considering the significance

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