A smart way to protect your home network from attack, and keep your family safe from

A smart way to protect your home network from attack, and keep your family safe from the worst of the web. Easy to set up, too, but you’ll need some network experience to fully use the more advanced features. Firewalla is a compact and simple device which plugs into your router and protects your connected home from a host of network and internet threats. A firewall detects and blocks external access to your baby monitor, smart speaker or other connected devices, for instance.  body .hawk-widget{width:100%;letter-spacing:normal;}._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{margin:16px 0;}@media (min-width:600px){._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{margin:0;min-height:128px;float:right;clear:none;width:50%;}.fancy_box_body ._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{float:none;width:100%;}}.icon~.hawk-widget{clear:both;} Local network monitoring spots new devices as they connect, disables them as required, and warns you about devices exposed to the internet. The Firewalla acts like a security suite for your entire network, blocking access to malicious links on all your devices, and using behavior monitoring to alert you to suspicious apps. ...

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The Town and Country Jewelry Awards Honoring the Jewelers and Jewelry Champions of 2018

In our second annual Jewelry Awards, our panel of designers, collectors, editors, and influencers recognize the top talent in 12 different categories, celebrating the care and craft with which every piece of jewelry is made and the industry champions who have made this such an exceptional year. Here at T&C, which has covered the jewelry world for close to two centuries, we believe there has never been more talent in the field than there is right now. Tarpin founded his atelier last year at the age of 25, and already editors are making the pilgrimage to Paris to discover the new superjeweler. It’s easy to see why. A sculptor by training, the French designer takes an artistic approach to his work, producing only a few superlative pieces a year. Each is an optical illusion, a sublime, nature-inspired piece that mesmerizes with depth, texture, and color. Emmanuel Tarpin Paraiba, Tourmaline, Diamond, and Cast Aluminum Earrings ($63,000), Lee Siegelson, 212-832-2666. Jacques Arpels, the nephew of co-founder Estelle Arpels, had a knack for finding four-leaf clovers. He introduced the first Alhambra collection in 1968, forever altering the jewelry canon and beguiling everyone ...

Why spend thousands on a laser cutter/engraver when you can spend as little as $350 shipped

Why spend thousands on a laser cutter/engraver when you can spend as little as $350 shipped to your door? Sure it’s not as nice as those fancy domestic machines, but the plucky K40 is the little laser that can. Just head on down to Al’s Laser Emporium and pick one up.  Yes, it sounds like a used car dealership ad, but how far is it from the truth? Read on to find out! Laser cutting and engraving machines have been around for decades. Much like 3D printers, they were originally impossibly expensive for someone working at home. The closest you could get to a hobbyist laser was Epilog laser, which would still cost somewhere between $10,000 and $20,000 for a small laser system. A few companies made a go with the Epilog and did quite well – notably Adafruit used to offer laptop laser engraving services. Over the last decade or so things have changed. China got involved, and suddenly there were cheap lasers on the market. Currently, there are several low-cost laser models available in various power levels. The most popular is the smallest – a 40-watt model, dubbed the K40. There are numerous manufacturers and there have been many versions over the years. They all look about the same t...

Fittings, Inc. Celebrates 35 Years Serving the Beverage Industry

2018 marks the 35th year Fittings, Inc. has been serving the beverage industry. Specializing in stainless steel fittings and cold plates, the company now offers thousands of different products and components for a wide range of applications for beverage dispensing equipment manufacturing and distribution. Their products are used in drop-in soda fountains, ice and beverage towers, touchscreen soda dispensers, countertop beverage dispensers, bar guns, draft beer arms, and commercial beer dispensing systems. Whether dispensing beer and other beverages for commercial purposes or home brew, high-quality fittings and cold plates help ensure the best possible pour. Fittings, Inc., located in Fort Worth, Texas, offer their customers top-of-the-line products to get the best out of their beverage dispensing systems. They provide their clients with everything necessary to serve beer and soda beverages at the optimal temperature and absolute best flavor. Q. How would you describe Fittings, Inc.’s role in the marketplace for the beer and beverage industry today? A. “We have been in business since 1983 and because many of the other comparable businesses from that time are no longer around, w...

Structural Bolts Market Global Trend 2019, Worldwide Research News, Emerging Growth Opportunity & Industry Outlook 2025

Structural Bolts Market is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides the industry overview with growth analysis and historical & futuristic cost, revenue, demand and supply data (as applicable). The research analysts provide an elaborate description of the value chain and its distributor analysis. This Market study provides comprehensive data which enhances the understanding, scope and application of this report. Global Structural Bolts market size will increase to 950 Million US$ by 2025, from 650 Million US$ in 2018, at a CAGR of 4.9% during the forecast period. In this study, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Structural Bolts. The report presents the market competitive landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/Structural Bolts players in the market. Top Companies in the Global Structural Bolts Market: Fontana Gruppo, KAMAX, Infasco, Nucor Fastener, Wurth Group, Stanley, LISI Group, Cooper & Turner, Lejeune Bolt, Gem-Year, Araymond, Tianbao Fastener, Arconic (Alcoa), CISER, Marmon, Atlantic Bolt and Others. https://www.marketinsigh...

ArcelorMittal (NYSE:MT) and Ternium (NYSE:TX) are both basic materials companies, but which is the superior stock?

ArcelorMittal (NYSE:MT) and Ternium (NYSE:TX) are both basic materials companies, but which is the superior stock? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their earnings, risk, institutional ownership, profitability, analyst recommendations, valuation and dividends. ArcelorMittal has a beta of 2.06, indicating that its stock price is 106% more volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, Ternium has a beta of 0.79, indicating that its stock price is 21% less volatile than the S&P 500. This table compares ArcelorMittal and Ternium’s net margins, return on equity and return on assets. This is a summary of current recommendations and price targets for ArcelorMittal and Ternium, as reported by MarketBeat.com. ArcelorMittal currently has a consensus price target of $22.57, indicating a potential upside of 42.40%. Ternium has a consensus price target of $30.83, indicating a potential upside of 22.89%. Given ArcelorMittal’s stronger consensus rating and higher probable upside, analysts plainly believe ArcelorMittal is more favorable than Ternium. This table compares ArcelorMittal and Ternium’s top-line revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation. ArcelorMitt...

After nearly three decades in the field, the 125 kHz prox card remains one of the

After nearly three decades in the field, the 125 kHz prox card remains one of the most widely used card technologies for electronic access. Still, it seems that many are unaware of more recent developments that now threaten the security of these cards. In the latest installment of copmany’s Spotlight Series newsletter, David Stallsmith, Director of Strategic Initiatives at ColorID, details prox technology, its susceptibilities and just how easy it is to clone these credentials in the field. Prox, short for “proximity,” once offered a significant upgrade for users of mag stripe or Wiegand access cards, which have to be swiped through a card reader. Prox cards only need to be held near a reader to open a door, and can work through a wallet, purse or pants pocket. “​Since their operation was initially so mysterious, prox cards were generally thought to be as secure as they were convenient,” writes Stallsmith. “For a long time, this was mostly true because the technology needed to clone a card was big and expensive.” Over time, however, the price for cracking a prox system fell dramatically making it far less prohibitive to compromise the credentials at scale. “Today, anyone can buy...