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Monthly Archives: May 2019

  • Microsoft Surface Studio 2 review: Not just surface-level appeal

    If you thought Apple's iconic iMac was the last word in high-performance all-in-ones, you can think again. Microsoft's second-generation Surface Studio is here to debunk that notion, offering hardware clout and dazzling visuals wrapped up in one of the most attractive and intuitive designs we've ever seen from a desktop...
  • Best Buy Cancels Samsung Galaxy Fold Preorders Adding To Launch Uncertainty

    To say that the Galaxy Fold's introduction to the public didn't go as planned for Samsung would be quite the understatement. The launch of the highly anticipated folding smartphone was embarrassingly derailed after pre-production units failed at an alarming rate in the hands of reviewers. Samsung would later postpone the launch of the Galaxy Fold...
  • Windows 10 May 2019 Update Brings New Light Theme To Counter Trendy Dark Mode

    Microsoft began pushing out its May 2019 Update for Windows 10 earlier this week, though it is a slow roll out to ensure that everything goes smoothly (we all remember the train wreck that the was October 2018 Update). If you have managed to install it, you will notice there...
  • Microsoft Patent Hints Surface Pro 7 With USB-C And New Type Cover

    When it comes to connectivity, Microsoft has been a bit slow on the uptake with regards to the USB-C interface. While the company did capitulate by adding USB-C to the entry-level Surface Go convertible, the company's higher-end Surface Pro 6, Surface Book and Surface Laptop have yet to embrace the popular port. That...
  • Gigabyte's PCIe 4.0 SSD Touts Monstrous 5GB/s Speeds For Ryzen 3000 Zen 2 Motherboards

    Companies are getting a jump on Computex by announcing a spattering of upcoming products ahead of the event, which gets underway on Tuesday, May 28. Count Gigabyte among them. One of the things Gigabyte plans to show off is a new solid state, though it's not like any SSD that...
  • Microsoft Boots Huawei Laptops From Online Store Following Trump Edict

    Things have gone terribly wrong for Huawei in the U.S. market as President Trump has declared the Chinese tech company off limits. The moves by the Trump Administration have forced companies with tech designed in the U.S. to stop doing business with Huawei. So far this month, Huawei has seen...
  • Mona Lisa 'brought to life' with deepfake AI

    The subject of Leonardo da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa painting has been brought to life by AI researchers. The video, achieved from a single photo, shows the model in the portrait moving her head, eyes and mouth. The latest iteration of so-called deepfake technology came out of Samsung's AI research...
  • Google Duplex AI Reservation Service Still Relies Heavily On Human Handlers

    Google has been making greats strides to bring its Duplex reservation service to more states. For those not in the know, Google Duplexuses advanced artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically make reservations for you (i.e. dinner for two at a restaurant). You tell the Google Assistant where you want to eat, what...
  • Sony Touts PS5 Multiplayer Backwards Compatibility With Legacy PS4 Consoles

    Sony has already talked several times about the PS5 game console and what it will give gamers when it launches. It has promised that the price will be appealing given the console's hardware, which sounds like a nice way of saying it will be expensive but powerful. We recently saw...
  • Amazon Echo Wall Clock Gets Its First Discount With This Deal

    Last December, Amazon rolled out a new wall clock that had some cool connectivity options with its voice assistant smart speakers. One of the things that people who cook like to do with Alexa devices is to set timers for the various dishes they are preparing. Since most Alexa speakers...

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