Always connected, long battery life and much more. The big news from Computex 2017 keeps coming, with Microsoft and Qualcomm, the company best known for making mobile SoCs (System on Chip) that power some of the most popular smartphones in the world, announcing that Windows 10 is coming to devices made by Asus, HP and […]
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Edge-to-edge display with VR features At Computex 2017, Dell unveiled two new all-in-ones (AIO) named Inspiron 27 7000 All-in-One (AIO) and Inspiron 24 5000 All-in-One (AIO) along with a new gaming desktop, which are part of its widely-known Inspiron PC product line. All the three products are available for purchase on Dell.com and third party […]
Throws down ‘leadership PCIe capacity’. We’ve heard a heap already about AMD’s answer to the Intel Core i9 enthusiast CPU range, but the company was keen to flesh out the details of its Ryzen 9 Threadripper CPU offerings at the Computex 2017 show in Taiwan. Much of the anticipation around Threadripper stemmed from the rumors […]
But less than half of those premises have taken the plunge Australia’s NBN Co announced today that 5,035,072 premises are now able to connect to the National Broadband Network service, with an average of about 250,000 homes and business having been connected each month over the past year. The aim is to hook up 8 […]
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took the stage at Code Conference on Tuesday and talked about why he owns a large position in Twitter. “There’s a real opportunity to make that a valuable economic asset,” said Ballmer, defending his decision to invest in what has been a volatile ride for the social media company. He […]
Compute Card can fit in a wallet Intel’s Compute Card will ship beginning in August, with nearly a dozen partners at the ready to develop compatible products for the ultra-small PC. Designed as a kind of interchangeable “guts” for devices like digital signage, kiosks, smart TVs, and even 2-in-1 computers, the Compute Card is functionally […]
Twitter is testing a new interface for its mobile applications on iOS and Android, which involves rounded profile images, buttons and other features. It’s unclear what advantage going “round” would bring, as the style’s adoption among app makers and designers tends to be more of a trend that ebbs and flows over time, rather than […]
[somewhere in Cupertino, probably] “Hey Rick?” “Yeah, Bill?” “We need a bunch of placeholder names for sessions at WWDC. The ones about… you know. That stuff we’re not really allowed to talk about yet. People tear these names apart looking for clues on what’s coming, so can you name them all ‘SESSION NAME TBD’ and […]
A digital darkroom in your web browser There are some amazing free photo editors, but sometimes you don’t want to go through the hassle of downloading a program just to give one or two pictures a quick boost. For those occasions when you want a quick and easy way to enhance a few snaps, a […]
Twitter will now allow you to review Direct Messages received from people who you don’t follow before responding to them in a consolidated inbox, adopting a feature that Facebook has long used for its own messaging feature and app. The new DM review inbox function works for anyone who’s turned on the setting that allows […]
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