Buzzwords incoming! Flat pack. Prefab. Module. Container house. Solar energy. This is the description for the $23,800 Weizhengheng tiny house you can buy through Amazon in the US.The house comes from China's Wzhgroup, which specializes in flat pack and container buildings. It's not eligible for Amazon Prime and you'll need to pay an additional $1,000 for shipping. The Amazon marketplace seller Lot LUO is listed as "just launched" and has no feedback yet.What sets the Weizhengheng tiny house apart from some of the other mini homes available through Amazon is the promise of solar power and wind power systems, a bathroom, a kitchen and a remote control that commands the house's hydraulic system to expand or fold up.Before you get too excited and start mashing the buy-now button, the seller asks potential buyers to get in contact for size and shipping details prior to ordering. The Wzhgroup website says the hydraulic and solar systems are optional, so the final price may … [Read more...] about On Amazon, you can buy a $24,000 prefab solar-powered tiny house
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As sedans fall by the wayside, their hatchback counterparts are unfortunately doing the same. It's a shame because not only do these little runabouts have the good driving dynamics of sedans, they also have cargo space more akin to small crossovers. They range from some of the cheapest cars on the market to near-luxury prices. Without further ado, here are all of the hatches you can buy today. … [Read more...] about Here’s every non-electrified hatchback you can buy right now
Google just made its Titan security keys available on its store. The $50 set comes with both the USB and Bluetooth versions of the Titan security key. CNET got an exclusive hands-on with the Titan keys when Google announced them in July and we tested them with Gmail, Twitter and Facebook accounts.You can buy them now from the Google Store online if you live in the US, and they'll be coming to more countries soon, Google said. If you only want an individual key, Google only offers it for enterprise customers for now, the company said. The security keys come at a time when phishing attacks are running rampant, with more than 40 percent of breaches happening due to lost passwords. Phishing attacks happen when hackers send deceptive emails intended to trick victims into typing in their passwords. These sophisticated schemes have hit inboxes belonging to politicians, celebrities and banks, but they also frequently target everyday people online. In a study, Google found that half of its … [Read more...] about You can buy Google’s $50 set of Titan security keys now
Do you need a workstation CPU? That's the main question you need to answer before shelling out $5,000 (£4,899, AU$7,299) for the entry-level configuration of the Apple iMac Pro rather than a top-level configuration of the new iMac. There are other considerations, but the CPU is ultimately what the decision comes down to. Because the iMac is now powerful enough for what most people who are gazing longingly at that bottom Pro model need to do.That's because a workstation CPU determines how professional applications work with your system, and in some cases, what features they'll "unlock" for you, as well as offering more sophisticated security. (It used to mean more processor cores, but there are now consumer CPUs with up to 18 cores from Intel and AMD CPUs with up to 32 cores thanks to the core wars.)Since the CPU in an all-in-one isn't upgradable, that's what you're stuck with for the life of the system -- you can always add an external GPU to upgrade the graphics processing with … [Read more...] about Maxed-out iMac vs. entry-level iMac Pro: What’s the best $5,000 Apple desktop you can buy?
For anyone who's ever watched a Samsung press conference at CES, this year felt different. To some, that might mean boring.There wasn't quite the wow factor we've seen before. No moving wall dramatically parted to reveal a massive TV, and shiny refrigerators didn't miraculously appear on stage. There weren't any celebrities to talk about how much they adore Samsung products, though there also wasn't a Michael Bay-level meltdown.There were new TVs and refrigerators, of course, but Samsung instead spent most of its hour-long presentation Monday touting what's running in the background: The internet of things -- or as Samsung now likes to call it, the "intelligence of things." See also Samsung at CES 2018: Everything the tech giant announced Why CES 2018 is critical for Samsung Samsung's SmartThings cloud is coming this spring "We believe IoT should ... make a consumer's life simpler and easier, to free up time to let them do the things they love," Kim Hyunsuk, the head of … [Read more...] about Samsung’s next big thing isn’t something you can buy