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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Exoskeleton that allows humans to work and play for longer

    Would you put on an exoskeleton that meant you could run for an entire day without getting tired? What about one that would allow you to stay on your feet longer at work? The technology to give people superhuman strength is currently being developed but the ethical questions about whether...
  • Microsoft Fans Sign Petitions To Save Andromeda Dual Screen Surface Device

    Excitement is building for a new dual screen mobile device that hasn’t even been announced yet. We’re of course talking about Microsoft’s Andromeda, which has been rumored for months, and even recently was teased by Surface Chief Panos Panay.  However, this is Microsoft we’re talking about; which means that Andromeda could find itself...
  • Gigabyte Single Board PC Is Like Raspberry Pi On Steroids With Quad-Core Intel CPU And Dual LAN

    There's no shortage of options in the DIY micro-PC market, one that Raspberry Pi arguably spearheaded over five-years-ago with the release of its first unit. Since that time, a lot of competition has risen to the surface, including none other than Taiwan's GIGABYTE, a company that knows a thing or...
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Redstone 5 Insider Preview Brings HDR Controls And Fluent Design Drop Shadows

    Microsoft has just rolled out a brand-new Windows Insider preview build for those running on the Fast Ring. This release is build number 17711, and is part of the upcoming Redstone 5 release, expected to become available this fall. In it, a number of quality improvements have been made, especially with...
  • Intel 8th Gen Whiskey Lake-U Core i7 And i5 CPU Specs Reveal Serious Clock Speed Boost

    Intel stated at Computex last month that it would be rolling out two new 8th Generation Core processor families for mobile devices this fall: Whiskey Lake-U and Amber Lake-Y. Beyond the codenames, however, Intel was short on details. In the absence of official specs, the web is picking up the...
  • Microsoft Launcher, Movies & TV For Android Underscores How Redmond Is Embracing The Droid

    With Microsoft's own smartphone OS on its deathbed, the software giant is now focusing on Android and iOS devices. It's admittedly odd to see Microsoft making apps specifically for Android and iOS given that Apple and Google are two of its biggest rivals. Sources claim that Microsoft has been working...
  • Samsung Could Launch Three Galaxy S10 Phone Variants, Here's What We Know So Far

    As we reported earlier this morning, Galaxy S9 sales haven't exactly been through the roof for Samsung. While the Galaxy S9 remains a strong seller in the Android smartphone market, it wasn't exactly a quantum leap in design or features over its predecessor: the Galaxy S8. Samsung is looking to make...
  • Apple Music Reportedly Surpasses Spotify In US Subscribers

    When it comes to digital music, streaming is king. Just a few years ago, it seemed as though we were all resigned to paying 99 cents per song or $10 for individual albums (thanks to Apple's iTunes push). However, the all-you-can-eat streaming music buffet is hard to ignore. We're now...
  • HTC June Sales Plummet 68 Percent, Its Largest Drop In More Than Two Years

    HTC is facing some significant challenges as it finds it increasingly difficult to compete against Apple and Samsung in the smartphone market. The company earlier this week that it was laying off 1,500 workers to save money. Those layoffs come after the worst month of sales for the company in the...
  • Samsung Gear S4 Smartwatch Could Drop Tizen For Google's Wear OS

    You wouldn't think there could be a whole lot of mystery and intrigue in the smartwatch market, but there is plenty of both surrounding Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S4 (or Galaxy Gear). The big question surrounding the new wrist piece is whether Samsung will once again forge ahead with its Tizen...

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