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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Azure Stack HCI: Hyper-converged, but not as Azure as you’d think

    Yann Serra and Antony Adshead Microsoft has launched Azure Stack HCI, which provides hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) in which virtualised environments can run on local hardware with simplified access to the Azure cloud for hybrid cloud operations. The branding makes it look like an addition to the existing Azure Stack environment...
  • Samsung Confirms Galaxy S10 5G 6.7-inch Flagship Phone Launching April 5th

    Late last month, we heard reports that Samsung would make its Galaxy S10 5G smartphone available starting on April 5th. Today, Samsung confirmed that information and said that the launch is indeed on track for this Friday in South Korea. It should be noted that the first 5G network became operational in...
  • Huawei CEO Claims Half Its Flagship Phones Could Be Foldable By 2021

    If you thought the Mate X was the only folding smartphone in Huawei's stable, well, you thought right. Every other phone Huawei offers sticks to the standard blueprint for smartphone design, at least as it pertains to the form factor. But while that is the case right now, Huawei thinks...
  • Consumers still important as Dutch satnav pioneer maps B2B future

    TomTom was once the undisputed king of the road. But ever since free and increasingly better navigation systems hit smartphones, the once massive Dutch company has had to set its sights on other areas while not losing track of its vast customer base. Mike Schoofs has been with TomTom since...
  • Hands-On Maingear's VYBE Enthusiast Gaming PC Platform For DIY Builders At PAX East

    Over the weekend at PAX East, Maingear announced a brand-new custom PC designed for gamers, and it’s called the VYBE Enthusiast Platform. Maingear’s aim with VYBE is to provide full and complete customization options to enthusiasts, allowing them to choose exactly what components they want be it if they want...
  • How To Play Classic 'Snake' Game With Google Maps April Fools' Easter Egg

    Brace yourself, the April Fools' Day gags are coming. Some have even gotten a head start on the annual day of pranks. Remember that sneaky photo of NVIDIA's mysterious Project RON that popped up over the weekend? That turned out to be a humorous hoax. For some, this day is...
  • Microsoft Boosts Surface Pro 2 Performance With 8th Gen Intel Core i5 CPU

    Prior to this weekend, Microsoft only put the latest 8th generation Intel Core processor only in the high-end configuration of the Surface Book 2 notebook. To get the 8th gen part, you had to opt for the Core i7 version of the notebook; the base Core i5 version used an older 7th generation...
  • PewDiePie loses YouTube crown to T-Series

    Swedish gamer and video-maker PewDiePie has lost his crown as the YouTube star with the most subscribers. He is now in second place, behind Indian channel T-Series. T-Series shares Bollywood film trailers and music videos, while PewDiePie posts video game commentaries and sketches. PewDiePie, real name Felix Kjellberg, had been...
  • Oki MC363dnw review: Solid performance, but no frills

    SMBs looking for a low-cost colour LED MFP will find Oki's MC363dnw delivers a wealth of features at the same price as many single-function lasers. It may not be a winner in the design stakes but this chunky desktop unit offers 4-in-1 print, scan, copy and fax operations - plus...
  • Facebook to reveal News Feed algorithm secrets

    Facebook is launching a new feature that explains how its algorithms decide what to display in your News Feed. A new "Why am I seeing this post?" button will indicate what activity influenced Facebook's algorithms. It is the first time the company has given people access to this insight directly...

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