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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • iPad Pro Users Report Stuttering Display Issues As Apple QC Comes Under Fire

    A growing chorus of iPad Pro owners are complaining of screen stuttering and other display issues, including loss of touch functionality and stuck buttons on the onscreen keyboard. In some cases, simply wiping down the display with a microfiber cloth can help, though the problem does not appear to be...
  • Google Assistant Now Croons With John Legend, Duplex AI Reservations Coming To These Phones

    If you’d like your Google Assistant to have a silky smooth, soulful voice responding to your every command, your day has some. Google has announced that its first celebrity voice is now available, and it comes from none other than Grammy-winning singer John Legend. The new celebrity voice is only...
  • Huawei laptop 'backdoor' flaw raises concerns

    A flaw in Huawei Matebook laptops, found by Microsoft researchers, could have been used to take control of machines, the Times has reported. The "sophisticated flaw" had probably been introduced at the manufacturing stage, one expert told BBC News. Huawei is under increasing scrutiny around the world over how closely...
  • AMD Poised For Huge CPU And GPU Sales Growth In 2019 Driven By Zen 2 And Navi

    AMD finds itself in a relatively good place right now. The company's Zen CPU architecture is a success, and it will not be long before its third-generation Ryzen processors make a debut, with single-core performance that is rumored to close the gap with Intel. If the next-gen CPUs live up...
  • Nintendo Switch Online April Update Brings Punch-Out And Super Mario Lost Levels

    Nintendo Switch fans were excited last September when the Switch Online service launched. One of the most exciting features about the Switch Online service was that it brought classic games from the NES glory days that could be played via the service. Switch gamers who are also Amazon Prime subscribers can...
  • Cloud storage 101: Cloud gateways for hybrid cloud connectivity

    There are plenty of ways to access storage in the public cloud. Each of the big three providers – Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) – allow access to their cloud storage via application programming interfaces (APIs), command line interfaces (CLIs), web browsers, and so...
  • Toyota to share hybrid vehicle secrets for free

    Car manufacturer Toyota is to offer royalty-free access to its hybrid vehicle technology patents until 2030. It is part of a move to promote hybrid cars as a bridge to fully electric vehicles (EVs). It will grant licences for nearly 24,000 patented technologies relating to motors, converters and batteries. The...
  • Epson WorkForce Pro WF-C8690DTWF review: A real heavyweight

    Nearly everything about Epson's mighty WorkForce Pro WF-C8690DTWF is big. From its desktop bending 57.4kg to multiple A3+ paper inputs and huge 75,000 page maximum monthly duty cycle, this 4-in-1 colour inkjet MFP is geared up for print-hungry workgroups. The review model has 250-page and 500-page A3+ paper trays, plus...
  • All-New 2020 Ford Escape Debuts In Hybrid And Plug-in Variants With 30-Mile EV Range

    Ford has unveiled the all-new 2020 Escape SUV, and this year the line includes hybrid and plug-in hybrid models. Ford says that every model in the line has a driving range of at least 400 miles per tank of fuel, whether it's powered by a standalone EcoBoost gas engine or...
  • Apple Slashes iPhone Prices In China As VAT Rate Cut Goes Into Effect

    Apple loves its high margins, and it rarely cuts prices on devices, save for the occasional sale. It did institute a price cut in China back in February that saw prices fall modestly in the country, and sales boomed as a result. Apple cut prices in China as it faces...

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