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Asus, Lenovo, And HP Join Qualcomm And Microsoft For ARM-Powered Windows 10 PCs With Snapdragon 835

Microsoft took to Computex 2017 to announce its partners for ARM-powered Windows 10 PCs with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 under the hood. HP, Asus, and Lenovo are all on board, committing to offer Always Connected PCs with LTE. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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Study suggests last-mile drone delivery could lower carbon footprint

By Devin Coldewey There’s always been talk about how drones could improve the emissions situation produced by our truck-based delivery infrastructure. But you have to look into these things. A new study from University of Washington researchers indicates that drone delivery may indeed lead to a lower carbon footprint — if it’s done properly. Read…


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Essential is trying to build Android for the smart home

By Brian Heater Andy Rubin’s appearance at the Code Conference last night went a ways toward answering some lingering questions about his new company, Essential. But the conversation primarily centered around the startup’s upcoming phone — Rubin left the dialogue around the company’s take on a smart phone hub, Home, intentionally vague. But the CEO…


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Firebrand LPIC-1 Junior Level Linux Certification

By Nate Drake The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) provides accredited certification for IT professionals who want to master Linux. Its LPIC-1: System Administrator course is the first step to proving you can administer Linux systems. While technically you can go to the LPI website to purchase learning materials and register for the exam, Firebrand Training…


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With the KEYone, BlackBerry threads the needle on retro smartphone appeal

By Darrell Etherington But it’s weird not because it wasn’t designed in-house, and instead was handled by partner TCL; it’s weird because it’s strangely successful at pulling off an odd balancing act of combining modern functionality with the same kind of retro appeal Fujifilm has managed to infuse throughout their mirrorless camera lineup, with nostalgia…


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2017 GMC Acadia Denali review – Roadshow

By Emme Hall The luxury-focused Denali trim line adds a few cosmetic touches and extra tech… and a high price tag as well. …read more Source:: cnet Digital Cameras


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Unlocked Versions Of The Samsung Galaxy S8, BlackBerry KeyOne Now Available

Unlocked models of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and BlackBerry KeyOne are now available from select retailers. Curious about unlocked phones? Read on for the pros and cons. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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The pleasure and the pain of the accessible smart home

By Steven Aquino People like to point to 1989’s Back to the Future II as presciently showing technologies that exist today. Video conferencing, for example, was futuristic 28 years ago, but people FaceTime all the time nowadays. The film even predicted the Chicago Cubs would win a World Series, which (finally!) happened last season in…


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Alienware 15 R3

By Lewis Leong Over the years, the 15-inch gaming laptop has become the sweet spot for gamers, and the Alienware 15 has been a top choice for its design and powerful specs. The 15-inch size is big enough to enjoy games on a built-in display while not being too cumbersome to carry around. With the…


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AMD’s Radeon RX Vega graphics cards likely won’t launch until August

By Darren Allan While we’ve had lots of juicy news from AMD regarding monster Ryzen processors and gaming laptops at Computex, the only disappointing sniff of information on the next-gen Vega graphics card front is that the consumer models won’t be out for quite some time yet (contrary to previous rumors that we’d see a…


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Dojo Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

By Dong Ngo The Dojo sounds cool, but it costs more than a router that has similar built-in protection, plus it has an ongoing service fee. …read more Source:: cnet Notebooks


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Tablo launches its next-gen DVR for cord cutters, the more compact Tablo DUAL

By Sarah Perez Nuvyyo, the makers of the Tablo DVR for cord cutters who want to record free, over-the-air TV programming from their digital antennas, is today launching their next-generation device, the Tablo DUAL. As you might guess by the name, the new DVR supports two tuners, so you can record from two TV channels…


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Will Galaxy J7 (2017) Be The First Samsung Smartphone With Dual Camera Setup?

Latest leaks suggested that Galaxy J7 (2017) could be the first Samsung smartphone to come with the dual camera setup. Earlier, the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy C10 were rumored to be the first handsets to sport a dual camera. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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ReMarkable tablet Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

By Scott Stein Hands-on time with a Norwegian startup’s attempt to challenge Sony at tablets …read more Source:: cnet Camcorders


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From Injustice to Arkham, DC nails its games while its films remain hit and miss

By Dom Reseigh-Lincoln Why does DC do so well in videogames, but drop the ball every other time on the silver screen? That’s the question the top brass at DC are still asking themselves with the three poorly received films that proceeded the surprisingly successful Wonder Woman in their DC Extended Universe. Why does an…


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