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MobiScribe 6.8 inch E Ink slate + stylus hits Indiegogo for $199 and up

10 hours 5 minก่อน

It looks like there’s a new E Ink slate with support for handwritten notes and drawings. It’s called the MobiScribe and it’s a device with a 6.8 inch E Ink display and support for both finger and pen input. You can use your fingers to flip pages while reading eBooks or to navigate the user […]

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Microsot’s new Cortana strategy: Embrace, extend, and if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em

10 hours 39 minก่อน

Voice assistants were everywhere at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, where hundreds of new products featuring Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant technology made their debut. You know what you didn’t hear much about? Microsoft’s Cortana voice assistant. There’s only a single smart speaker that ever shipped with Cortana baked in (and it’s currently selling for […]

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Daily Deals (1-18-2019)

15 hours 14 minก่อน

In the market for a new WiFi router… or three? Newegg is running a deal on the Asus Lyra Trio AC1750 mesh WiFi system that uses three routers to blanket your home with a strong signal. At $180, it’s a bit more expensive than buying a single AC1750 router… but it’s not a bad price […]

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Gemini portable displays hit Kickstarter, ship in May

ศุกร์, 01/18/2019 - 22:27

As promised, the Gemini portable 15.6 inch displays with built-in batteries are now up for pre-order through a Kickstarter campaign. While these are hardly the first portable displays designed to connect to a laptop, tablet, or other mobile device to give you a dual-screen setup on the go, the Gemini Displays are interesting for a […]

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Windows 10 Mobile has less than a year to live (Support ends Dec 21, 2019)

ศุกร์, 01/18/2019 - 20:00

Windows 10 Mobile has been mostly dead for a while. Microsoft pulled the plug on the Windows Insider Preview program for phones a year ago and there haven’t been any major updates to the operating system since then (or any major new smartphones shipping with it either). And app developers have been jumping ship — […]

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Sony PCM-D10 portable audio recorder coming this spring for $500

ศุกร์, 01/18/2019 - 05:21

Sony is updating its line of professional-quality portable audio recorders with two new models, the $230 PCM-A10, which is basically a souped-up voice recorder that you could use for recording music or podcasts on the go, and the $500 Sony PCM-D10 which is Sony’s most affordable professional handheld audio recorder in years… as well as […]

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PostmarketOS progress update: Boots on 112 devices, makes phone calls on none

ศุกร์, 01/18/2019 - 02:30

Buy an iPhone and you might get some sort of official support for software updates for up to 5 years. Get a Google Pixel and you get 3 years of support. Purchase almost any other phone and you’ll be lucky to get more than a year or two of updates. PostmarketOS is an ambitious effort […]

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Daily Deals (1-17-2019)

ศุกร์, 01/18/2019 - 00:56

The PlayStation Classic hasn’t been as popular as Nintendo’s NES and SNES Classic consoles… but that’s good news for bargain hunters, because it means you can snag one for $49 off the list price right now. B&H is selling the retro console for just $51. It comes with 20 games pre-installed. While some are certainly […]

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Time to change your passwords: Data breach exposes 773 million email address, 21 million passwords

ศุกร์, 01/18/2019 - 00:00

Troy Hunt, the security researcher behind the HaveIBeenPwned website has added a massive list of compromised email addresses and passwords to his database. The data set, called “Collection #1” has been circulating in some shady parts of the internet and includes 772.9 million email addresses and 21.2 million passwords — which have been dehashed (meaning […]

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Sure, why not run Fallout on a smartphone (by installing Windows 10 on ARM)?

พฤ, 01/17/2019 - 23:07

In case you missed it, earlier this month hackers released tools that make it possible to hack pretty much any smartphone that ever shipped with Windows 10 Mobile. With Microsoft having largely abandoned its mobile operating system, that opens the possibility of replacing Windows 10 Mobile with a full-fledged desktop operating system like Windows 10 […]

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Report: LG to launch a phone with detachable second screen

พฤ, 01/17/2019 - 22:36

Samsung’s first phone with a foldable display is on the way, and the company is expected to unveil it at a press event ahead of Mobile World Congress in February. Google has already announced it’s building support for foldables into the next version of Android. And Chinese company Royole has already unveiled its first foldable […]

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Android Q leaked, complete with dark mode, updated permissions, and desktop mode (maybe)

พฤ, 01/17/2019 - 06:28

Odds are that it’ll be at least a few months before Google is ready to officially reveal the next major Android Update. But the folks at xda-developers appear to have gotten their hands on an early test build of Android Q. After installing it on a Google Pixel 3 XL smartphone, they discovered a few […]

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Android-x86 8.1 released, lets you run Oreo on desktop PCs

พฤ, 01/17/2019 - 03:16

Most devices that ship with Google’s Android operating system are smartphones or tablets with touchscreen displays and ARM-based processors. But for years the folks at the Android-x86 project have been porting Android to run on computers with Intel or AMD chips. This week the team released the first stable build based on Android Oreo. The […]

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Microsoft is splitting up Search and Cortana for Windows 10

พฤ, 01/17/2019 - 02:02

The latest Windows 10 preview build brings improvements to font management and the Start Menu. But the thing I’m most excited about is that Microsoft is separating Search from Cortana. Starting with Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18317, users will see two separate items in the Windows taskbar: a search box and a Cortana icon. […]

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Daily Deals (1-16-2019)

พฤ, 01/17/2019 - 01:35

Still using an 802.11n WiFi router? Today’s as good a day to upgrade as any. You can pick up TP-Link AC1200 WiFi router from Amazon for $40, or an AC1900 model from Newegg for $75 (when you use the coupon 16KFDD4 at checkout). Both have 4-star average reviews, although you might want to check through the […]

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WSJ: Motorola Razr is making a comeback as foldable smartphone

พฤ, 01/17/2019 - 00:03

Motorola may be looking to revive its Razr brand… again. The original Motorola Razr was a flip phone launched in 2004, known for its eye-catching design and super-slim profile. Now the Wall Street Journal reports that Motorola plans to release a new model with a foldable display and a $1,500 starting price. While that’s a lot […]

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CTL launches a $299 Chrome OS tablet for students

พุธ, 01/16/2019 - 23:30

CTL is the latest company to launch a Chrome OS tablet designed for the education market and it looks… kind of familiar. Like the Acer Chrombook Tab 10 and Asus Chromebook Tablet T100, the new CTL Chromebook Tab Tx1 features a 9.7 inch, 2048 x 1536 pixel IPS touchscreen display with pen support, a Rockchip OP1 […]

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Oppo is bringing a phone with 10x zoom to to MWC

พุธ, 01/16/2019 - 23:02

Most modern smartphones have a digital zoom feature that lets you get a little closer to the subject of your shot… but the results are usually pretty blurry or pixelated if you zoom too far. Some phones use a second lens with a different focal length to give you the equivalent of a lossless 2X […]

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Emdoor’s 2019 laptop lineup includes a bunch of AMD models

พุธ, 01/16/2019 - 04:11

Over the past few months I’ve been hearing that shortages of Intel chips has been driving PC makers to consider alternatives. A representative from one Chinese PC company I spoke with at CES told me the company wouldn’t be able to get the Gemini Lake chips they need to bring their new product to market […]

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Project Alias hacks your smart speaker so it’s only listening when you want

พุธ, 01/16/2019 - 03:00

There’s something kind of magical about saying “Alexa” or “OK Google” to get a weather forecast, recipe, navigation directions, or to play music or control your smart home appliances. There’s also something a little creepy about it since you need to have an always-listening, internet-connected speaker in your house to do those things. Sure, Google […]

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