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Dell’s Spring Range: New 8th Gen Alienware, Laptops, and Monitors

Dell’s Spring Range: New 8th Gen Alienware, Laptops, and Monitors

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On the back of Intel’s announcement today for the next stage of its 8th Generation Core processor roll-out, covering both desktop and notebook processors, all of its major OEM partners are set with their products to hit the prime-time. Dell is one of those – the only thing is that when a big company like […]

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There’s a new version of Firefox for virtual reality

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Mozilla has announced a new version of its Firefox browser for standalone virtual and augmented reality headsets. It’s called Firefox Reality, and Mozilla describes it as a cross-platform, open source, and privacy-friendly browser whose interface will be specialized for headsets. You can see an early demo of it working on the HTC Vive Focus, but […]

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Snapchat introduces group video chat and friend tagging in Stories

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Snapchat is introducing several new features this week, including the ability to make group video calls and a “Mentions” feature that allows users to tag friends in snaps uploaded onto Stories. Mentions were first rumored last month. To tag a friend, just start typing in “@,” spell out the username of the person, then tap […]

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Facebook Messenger can now send HD videos and 360-degree photos

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Facebook released a small update to Messenger this morning that makes the app a bit better for sharing photos and videos. Most notably, it’s adding support for 720p video. Unfortunately, this can’t be captured right from within the app — for some reason, it seems the in-app camera will remain lower resolution — but you’ll […]

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Facebook wants a social media supreme court so it can avoid hard questions

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If there’s a single theme that dominates Ezra Klein’s fascinating interview with Mark Zuckerberg, it’s accountability. In the 18 months since the 2016 election, the world has belatedly come to grips with the unintended consequences of social media, and yet, it’s only beginning to ask who should be held accountable — and how they should […]

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Apple is moving on from Intel because Intel isn’t moving anywhere

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A report from Bloomberg this week has made public something that should already have been apparent to tech industry observers: Apple is planning to replace Intel processors in Mac computers with its own chips starting sometime around 2020. The two California companies have enjoyed a long and fruitful partnership ever since Apple made the switch […]

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Apple iPad (2018) review: pencil it in

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Apple’s bare minimum still beats everybody else Continue reading…

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AI and robots will destroy fewer jobs than previously feared, says new OECD report

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Fewer jobs are at risk of automation from AI and robotics than previous forecasts have warned, according to a report from the OECD, an inter-governmental group of high-income countries. The new study offers a counterpoint to an influential 2013 paper by Oxford University academics Carl Frey and Michael Osborne, who warned that around 47 percent […]

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These are all the new gaming laptops using Intel’s latest 6-core processors

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Intel unveiled its first Core i9 chip for laptops earlier today, and updated Core i5 and i7 processors that include 6 cores of power instead of the usual quad-core processors. All of these new processors are primarily designed for gaming and high-performance laptops, so expect to see a number of new notebooks shipping with these […]

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Oppo is ending its line of high-end headphones and Blu-ray players

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Oppo Digital, the 14-year-old US brand known for its high-end audio equipment and disc players, says it has begun winding down its business. From April 2nd, Oppo Digital says it will “gradually” stop making products like the PM3 headphones, and DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K UHD disc players. Oppo Digital is a separate company from Oppo […]

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