Month: February 2019

After announcing a number of new laptops, headphones, Chromebook PCs, and a phablet, Lenovo has launched a new all-in-one desktop PC at Mobile World Congress 2019. The new Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO A340 features an interesting design with a pipe-shaped base. The all-in-one offers a minimalistic design and comes in two different flavours. The desktop PC
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CES 2019 was a dud. It happens. Some years are more exciting than other. The world of technology ebbs and flows. Time is a flat circle. All that glitters is gold. Only shooting stars break the mold. MWC, on the other hand — I’ve actually been pretty excited about this show for while now. The
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Sometimes, when companies think it’s time for the world to move on to a new standard or format, they ruthlessly kill off older products or services and force people to change. The most famous example of this is of course Apple, with its relentless deprecation of floppy and optical drives, all ports other than USB
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Google Duo is now available on the web as well as on Android and iOS. This means you can make voice and video calls from your web browser without needing to download the Google Duo app. This isn’t going to change your life, but it might make it slightly easier. Google Duo debuted at Google
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Apple has reportedly confirmed it is firing 190 employees from its ambitious self-driving car project called Titan. According to a report in San Francisco Chronicle late Wednesday, the Cupertino-based company has laid off mostly engineers, including 38 engineering programme managers, 33 hardware engineers, 31 product design engineers and 22 software engineers. The layoffs in Santa
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Founded in 1999, Chinese company Tenda Technology may not have the same brand recognition in India that the likes of Netgear and D-link enjoy, but it’s been working hard to change that. The company has been active in the Indian market for a few years now and some of its budget routers find themselves on
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Smartphone makers hope video games will help them stand out in a crowded market with dwindling sales, but analysts warn that handsets don’t have the power or the screen size to lure hardcore players. Video games on smartphones have taken off in recent years and accounted for nearly half of the global video game market
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Samsung Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30 were unveiled for the global markets earlier this week and they are set to launch in India on Thursday. Samsung’s latest smartphones come with big displays, waterdrop-style notches, and large batteries. The Samsung Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A30 will be unveiled alongside the yet-to-be-showcased Galaxy A10, Samsung India revealed
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Buying a USB car charger isn’t easy. Not only can it fail to charge certain phones, but they can also cause a fire—unless you know what to avoid. In short, consumers need to know that the car charger market is undergoing rapid change in technologies, certification standards, and connection types that may make today’s chargers
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Following my report from yesterday, Apple has removed many of the apps I pointed out. When you try to find them on the App Store, they are no longer available. App Store Review Guidelines are very clear when it comes to app duplicates. According to rule 4.3, you can’t release the same app multiple times
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