Day: September 25, 2020

Crosley CR704D-PA Review ~ September 2020

Locating playback devices to fit the art deco style can be hard to find. You often run into something that’s close, but its modern features can stick out like sore thumbs. For the best record players turntables in this situation, we’ll be considering the Crosley because of its belt-drive turntable, good speakers, and overall value.

Crosley CR704D-PA Review

Why We Like It – Crosley CR704D-PA Review

A 1920s turntable built with modern amenities such as Bluetooth and CD, given great speakers, belt-drive 3-speed turntable, and high-quality audio quality to boot.


  • Belt driven 3-speed turntable
  • Good speakers
  • Comes packaged with Audacity


  • Missing RCA output
  • Lacks a USB port


The sound quality coming through the speakers sounds great, and gets a boost from having full range stereo speakers. It has to have great sounding speakers, given its lack of RCA output. Part of its magic is from the belt-drive turntable, which traditionally

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NASA doesn’t know what’s on its network — FCW


NASA doesn’t know what’s on its network


According to a watchdog report, NASA can’t provide an accurate count of the number of contractor-owned devices connected to its networks, and governance problems are hurting the agency’s attempts to get a better handle on overall cybersecurity.

According to an Aug. 27 inspector general report, NASA is “not adequately securing its networks from unauthorized access” from partner and employee IT devices and doesn’t have controls in place to remove or block devices as needed.

Because of these failures, “NASA remains vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks because enforcement controls to block unauthorized IT devices from accessing its networks and systems are not fully in place and operational,” the report states.

The report offers a look at how the space agency ping-ponged between trying to crack down completely on shadow IT, including contractor and employee devices, and attempting

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Lack of internet access continues to impact students’ online learning experiences – The Cavalier Daily

Varied accessibility to broadband internet has compromised the quality of education for University students, as most classes are online and rely on high speed internet for synchronous remote learning — just 27 percent of classes have an in-person component.

Broadband refers to a high-speed internet that is always on. According to a report from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, approximately 10 percent of college students in Virginia do not have access to broadband. For Virginia students overall, those in rural areas tend to have less access than those in urban areas. The University, the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County are all classified as rural according to the report.

Fourth-year College student Avery Gagne stayed home in Mechanicsville, Va. when students were sent back last spring and for the first two weeks of this semester. He has only one internet service provider available at his address. As

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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G spotted listed on company’s website

Samsung is hosting another Galaxy UnPacked event on September 23. It is being called ‘Galaxy UnPacked For Every Fan’. Hence, the company is expected to reveal the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition 5G at the event. However, ahead of the launch, the device has been spotted on the company’s website in Germany. A support page for the smartphone went live. However, it is now removed but it revealed the name and an image of the phone. Moreover, the phone also surfaced on Verizon’s website that shared its specifications. The smartphone has already been spotted on the Samsung official site in the Philippines.

The latest development was spotted by WinFuture’s Roland Quandt and posted by by CNET. It showed the smartphone from the front, and confirmed its name. Further, the Galaxy S20 FE 5G was spotted on the Samsung Philippines site in Cloud Navy and Cloud Lavendar colour options 128GB of storage.

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