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Monthly Archives: October 2017

  • Surface Book 2 hands-on review

    Microsoft’s Future Decoded conference kicked off in London today, showcasing the newest iteration in its hybrid laptop range, the Surface Book 2. The company faces the challenge of improving on a winning design, and with that in mind, don’t expect anything mind blowing when it comes to differences between the...
  • Apple's iPhone 8 Already Discounted By Chinese Retailers Due To Poor Demand

    Apple's decision to launch three different iPhone models has been met with a bit of intrigue since the plan originally came to light. Many figured that iPhone 8 sales might be sluggish as people held off for the fancier iPhone X. In China this has proven particularly true, as two...
  • Microsoft Presenter Faces Edge Browser Epic Fail During Azure Demo, Forced To Install Google Chrome

    Microsoft has been drilling it in our heads ever since Windows 10 launched that Edge is the best browser in the land. The company has made claims about the browser's speed and its battery performance, all while at the same time touting superiority over competitors like Mozilla Firefox and Opera...
  • Airbnb customer allegedly murdered in Melbourne

    A man has allegedly been murdered while staying in an Airbnb-listed property in Melbourne, Australia. Ramis Jonuzi, 36, had rented a room in the house in Brighton East, Melbourne, paying less than A$30 (£18) a night. As he was trying to leave the property after a week on Wednesday 25...
  • Logitech MX Ergo Wireless Trackball Review: Untethered, Precision Mousing

    Trackballs were all the rage a couple of decades back, when mice weren’t nearly as accurate, maintenance-free, or ergonomic as today’s offerings. Logitech was a leader in the space back then, and had a handful of popular trackball designs in its line-up, including – my favorite -- the Trackman Marble...
  • Razer Phone Specs Leak Confirms 8GB RAM And 5.72-inch 120Hz IGZO Display

    Razer, a company best known for its PC peripherals and gaming laptops, is set to launch its very first smartphone. However, given how rampant leaks are these days regarding unreleased products, we're getting an early look at what Razer will officially announce tomorrow. UK retailer 3G spilled the beans by...
  • Here's When Microsoft Plans To End Its Free Windows 10 Upgrade Offer

    In an effort to convince the entire world to make the upgrade to Windows 10—or at least every Windows user—Microsoft offered the OS as a free upgrade to Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 users for the first year, and then continued to offer it for free through its assistive technologies...
  • Microsoft Surface Pro With LTE Officially Cleared For December 1st Launch

    After apparently getting its signals crossed, Microsoft has finally settled on an official launch date for the Surface Pro with LTE. Microsoft Surface Chief Panos Panay made the announcement this week at the Future Decoded event, stating that the long-awaited tablet will be available on December 1st. If you recall...
  • GameStop PowerPass Gives You Six Months of Unlimited Used Game Rentals For $60

    We all know how it is, you roll into GameStop to pick up a used game, get it home, and find out that you don’t like it. Unfortunately, that’s just money down the drain. Or you get the game home and beat it in short order and need something new...
  • Apple Considers Ditching Qualcomm LTE Modems For iPads, iPhones Amid Protracted Legal Fight

    Apple and Qualcomm are locked in an extended legal battle right now that has seen the latter party attempt to block production and sales of the iPhone in China. Rumors had swirled that in response, Apple was looking to shed Qualcomm hardware from its phones. People claiming to be familiar with...

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