SugarCube SC-1 removes clicks and pops from records, for a price

As a musician, Drake seems to be breaking a lot of records. Last month his latest album managed to smash records on both Apple Music and Spotify, and it was also reported that his album had been streamed over a billion times in its first week. Thanks to those accomplishments, Drake has managed to break yet another record.In a report from Billboard, it seems that Drake has become the first artist in the world to surpass 50 billion streams. This was confirmed by his record label where the total number of streams across global platforms totalled to a very impressive 50 billion streams. While we can’t speak to what kind of deal Drake has with the various streaming services, we imagine that his revenue has got to be pretty high.His dance track is also on track to beat Taylor Swift, where “In My Feelings” has stayed at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for the fourth week in a row. If he keeps at what he’s doing, it is possible that he could end up beating Taylor Swift for the most times ato

SugarCube SC-1 removes clicks and pops from records, for a price

Dirt and grime in the grooves, scratches on the surface or even a poor pressing can result in a less than crystal clear listening experience when spinning an album on a turntable. Record ...

Thu 9 Aug 18 from Gizmag

Google makes up for years of allowing scammers top spots in search results with new system

The way to shop for home services in Dallas-Fort Worth and beyond has changed for the better. Google has stepped up with a new service that's supposed to separate professional, reliable companies ...

Thu 9 Aug 18 from Phys.org

Next-generation Solar Sharing Tested Using ICT, Battery for Self Consumption

Smart Blue Co Ltd (Shizuoka City) established "Community-type Next-generation ICT Agriculture Model," which combines a solar-sharing system (agricultural solar power generation system), ICT, ...

Wed 8 Aug 18 from Tech-On

Neural signature of balance

A study of young adults published in eNeuro demonstrates how the brain responds to disruptions in the body's balance. The research identifies a pattern of electrical activity that could be used ...

Mon 6 Aug 18 from Medical Xpress

Sorry, men, there's no such thing as 'dirt blindness' you just need to do more housework

The problem with housework is that it is never-ending drudgery. As soon as the floor is cleaned, the dog throws up, the kids spill slime ingredients into the wood grain, and the tradie walks ...

Mon 6 Aug 18 from Phys.org

Drake Is The First Artist To Surpass 50 Billion Streams

As a musician, Drake seems to be breaking a lot of records. Last month his latest album managed to smash records on both Apple Music and Spotify, and it was also reported that his album had ...

Thu 9 Aug 18 from Ubergizmo

Drake's latest streaming record: first artist to 50 billion streams

All year Drake has been on a streak of smashing streaming records, including 1 billion album streams in a week, single-day records for Apple Music and Spotify (and then again) and even ...

Thu 9 Aug 18 from Engadget

Seattle's Living Computers: Museum + Labs recreates the 80s

The Living Computers: Museum + Labs in Seattle is currently hosting an exhibition called 'Totally 80s Rewind' that shows the meteoric rise of technology during the decade.

Tue 7 Aug 18 from Daily Mail

Last week in tech: Brookstone died, Movie Pass changed again, and Apple entered the four comma club

Technology You can have summer fun and stay up on all the latest tech news, too. Check out the latest episode of the Last Week in Tech podcast with reader questions, supercomputers, ...

Mon 6 Aug 18 from Popular Science

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