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  1. Content creator Rachell "Valkyrae" Hofstetter is facing criticism over a line of gamer-focused skincare products called Rflct that promise to "protect against and repair blue light damage" caused by exposure to digital screens. There is no medical consensus that exposure to blue light through screens causes harm. "No one has established an independent causal association between blue light coming from the computer and visual symptoms,” Dr. John Lawrenson, a professor of clinical visual science at City, University of London told The New York Times in February. A prominent YouTuber and streamer promoting what to some appeared to be gaming-branded pseudoscience sparked a strongly negative reaction among some followers. A few pointed to studies indicating that blue light is not harmful in normal doses, and can even have beneficial effects; some others accused her of either perpetrating, or being victimized by, a scam Lab Muffin chemist and science educator Dr. Michelle Wong said she really likes Valkyrae but replied with a simple "nope" to a tweet asking if blue light from PC monitors can have a negative impact on skin. "Even with a big-ass monitor you would need days or months to get the same blue light as 15 minutes in the sun," Wong said in a TikTok video. "And if you do want to protect from blue light from the sun, which honestly isn't a big issue for most people, these products still probably won't do much. The active ingredients are antioxidants, which could potentially mop up the free radicals that the light causes in your skin, but that's so much less effective than blocking the blue light from getting into your skin in the first place, like a sunscreen. "For that, you'd use foundations or tinted sunscreens which have iron oxides in them. And you probably have antioxidants in your skincare already. I'm sure the products are fine, they're reasonably priced, they'll probably get more people into looking after their skin. They probably could've included a sunscreen. But chill out on the screen thing." When the Rflct line first went live, Valkyrae said on Twitter (via the Wayback Machine) that "this has been a long journey with my team; testing, samples, meetings, chemists, and Claudia Poccia teaching/guiding me through the skincare industry." In the wake of the backlash, however, she deleted the tweet, and has moved to distance herself from that top-line role. "All of the hate and the doubt and the concerns and the criticism are all warranted and valid," Valkyrae said in a pinned voice tweet. "I understand completely where you're all coming from. I also was very upset and confused when I saw the website and there were no links to the studies or credits to the labs or people that worked behind the scenes to make Rflct happen. It was very confusing, lacking a lot of information, but they're updating [the Rflct website] now, and after it's updated I will stream, and I will answer everything, and I will talk about my experience and all of it."
  2. Xiaomi SonicCharge 2.0 Cable was launched in India on Wednesday. The cable is not exactly new as it comes bundled with the Mi 33W SonicCharge 2.0 charger, but it is now being sold separately too. The 100cm (1 metre) long cable supports 33W fast charging and fast data transfer. The Xiaomi SonicCharge 2.0 Cable is said to have a tangle-free and durable design. Furthermore, it features multi-layer protection. Xiaomi launched the Mi 33W SonicCharge 2.0 charger in November 2020. Xiaomi SonicCharge 2.0 Cable price in India The Xiaomi SonicCharge 2.0 Cable is priced at Rs. 249. Xiaomi mentions in a tweet that the cable's first sale will happen soon and it will be available to purchase through Mi.com, Mi Home, Mi Store, Mi Studios, and other offline stores. The SonicCharge 2.0 cable is available in a single White colour option with Orange accents. Xiaomi is offering 6 months of limited warranty with the purchase. Xiaomi SonicCharge 2.0 Cable specifications Xiaomi SonicCharge 2.0 Cable supports 33W fast charging. The USB Type-C cable also supports fast data transfer speeds of up to 480Mbps. As mentioned, the cable is 100cm (1 metre) in length and has a tangle-free and durable design. The cable has a USB Type-A connector on one end and a USB Type-C connector on the other. Xiaomi says the SonicCharge 2.0 Cable has gone through multiple quality tests and has a multi-layer protection. In July, Xiaomi launched the Mi 67W SonicCharge 3.0 Charger Combo with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 support. The 67W charger is priced at Rs. 1,999 and is offered in a sole White colour option. As the name suggests, it supports up to 67W fast charging. It comes with a USB Type-A port on one end and a USB Type-C port on the other.
  3. Microsoft's PowerToys are open-source utilities that aim to make Windows users more productive and the next addition to the collection will address one of the most annoying aspects of using multiple monitors. According to a recent tweet from the software giant's senior program manger Clint Rutkas, the company's next PowerToy will make things much easier for 4K monitor, ultrawide monitor and multiple monitor users. When using multiple monitors or a single monitor with a high resolution, it can often be difficult to find one's mouse cursor while working. Thankfully though, Microsoft's new yet still unnamed PowerToy will highlight a user's mouse cursor with a white circle to make it easier to find. While you can already enable an option that highlights your mouse cursor with rings when you press the control button, Rutkas explained in a reply to his original tweet that this new feature will be a “night and day difference” when compared to the company's existing solution for this common problem. PowerToys First introduced with Windows 95 and then brought back for Windows 10 two years ago, PowerToys are a set of tools that are designed to make it more convenient to use Microsoft's operating system to its full potential. However, while convenient, these tools aren't intended for the average user but for those who already know their way around Windows and want to be able to access key features and settings even quicker. Microsoft's current collection of PowerToys contains nine tools that allow Windows users to do things like rename multiple files at once, resize images, pick colors or open applications even faster using a quick launcher. One of the more recent additions to Microsoft's set of utilities is PowerToys Awake which allows you to prevent your PC from going to sleep for as long as you want to. With the recent release of Windows 11, the company has made it even easier for new users to take advantage of PowerToys by making its utilities available for download from the Microsoft Store as well as on GitHub. While there are a number of productivity tools designed to help you get more done, PowerToys are available for free and were designed specifically to work with Microsoft's operating system.
  4. The Oculus Go felt like an experiment in standalone VR when it first launched in 2018, a tentative first step towards tether-free VR gaming. It succeeded in proving a point, though: that standalone headsets had potential. Nowadays, Oculus is primarily a standalone headset brand with the po[CENSORED]r Quest 2. It all happened rather quickly, too, and the Go swiftly became outgunned in just a couple of years. So what do you do with your ageing Oculus kit? In part thanks to Id Software founder John Carmack, who is currently consulting CTO of Oculus VR, you can now do whatever you want with it. This opens up the ability to repurpose the hardware for more things today, and means that a randomly discovered shrink wrapped headset twenty years from now will be able to update to the final software version, long after over-the-air update servers have been shut down.September 24, 2021 Oculus is now offering full root access to the Oculus Go system software. This new unlocked OS build allows any Go user to install whatever they want on their headset and ultimately repurpose it to their own needs. Once the unlocked OS is installed you will no longer be able to receive any official updates from Oculus. That means you'll not receive any security updates or bug fixes on the headset through 2022. That said, from 2023 onwards, Facebook will no longer support the Oculus or maintain the system software, which means from then on you're not missing out on much by keeping the locked OS installed. You're not missing out on much today, either. Facebook has already put an end to any new apps or features coming to the Oculus Go through official means, so this newly unlocked OS is your best bet for safely installing new stuff on your Go headset. If you want to install the new unlocked OS, just grab the build and follow the steps laid out on the official download page. Just bear in mind, if you b0rk your headset bootloading some dodgy app, that's on you. So be careful with your tinkering and installs if you want your Go to retire gracefully. Opening up the software side of the Oculus Go is a step in the right direction, that's for sure. This headset could quite as easily have been left to rot after its manufacturer set the expiry date, but instead, it could receive a second-wind from savvy developers and programmers—one less device sent to an early grave in the e-waste scrap heap.
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  10. Noise Sense Bluetooth neckband-style earphones were launched in India on Friday. The in-ear Bluetooth earphones are offered in two different colour options and come with 10mm drivers. Noise Sense feature voice assistance control and provide a vibration alert when the user gets a call on the paired smartphone. The wireless earphones are IPX5-rated for water resistance. Noise Sense Bluetooth earphones feature the company's proprietary fast charging technology that is claimed to provide up to eight hours of battery life with just eight minutes of charging. Noise Sense price in India, availability Noise Sense earphones are priced at Rs. 1,099, which is a discounted price from its original cost of Rs. 2,499. The company didn't disclose how long the discounted price will be available for. The pair is offered in Black and Blue colours. The neckband-style earphones are available for purchase via Amazon and Noise website. Noise Sense specifications, features Noise Sense neckband-style earphones are powered by 10mm drivers and feature an inbuilt mic for calls. The earphones come with touch controls for answering or rejecting calls, adjusting the volume, controlling music tracks, and more. The New Noise audio device have magnetic earbuds with fin tips that stick together when hanging around the neck. The earphones have voice assistance control as well. As per the listing on Amazon, the Noise Sense earphones support dual pairing with two devices at the same time. The earphones feature Bluetooth v5 for connectivity. The neckband-style earphones are IPX5 rated for sweat- and water-resistance. The earphones come with a USB Type-C port for charging as well. In terms of battery life, Noise claims that an eight-minute charge can give the earphones up to eight hours of battery life, thanks to the proprietary Instacharge fast charging technology. The earphones can offer a total playtime of 25 hours on full charge. Noise Sense earphones weigh 30 grams.
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