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Apple leans on multimedia to convince schools that iPads are better than Chromebooks

Apple leans on multimedia to convince schools that iPads are better than Chromebooks

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Apple has a Google problem — in education, that is. Google has won over a large portion of the education market in the US, something that can be credited to both the cheapness of web-based Chromebooks and the accessibility of Google’s apps. Apple knows this, so yesterday, it hosted a “field trip” — that’s actually […]

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Foxconn Acquires Belkin for $886m: Gets Belkin, Linksys, Wemo

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Foxconn Interconnect Technology this week signed a definitive agreement to take over Belkin International, the company that controls such brands as Belkin, Linksys, Wemo, and Phyn. Foxconn will pay $866 million in cash for Belkin’s assets. Under the terms of the agreement, Belkin will become a subsidiary of FIT, and all the brands will be preserved. […]

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Focal’s Listen Wireless headphones now come in olive, purple, and blue

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French audio company Focal is launching its Listen Wireless closed-ear headphones in three new colors today: olive, purple, and blue. Originally released in June 2017, the specs of the headphones are still the same. The company says they feature playback close to CD quality, a 40mm titanium / mylar driver, Bluetooth 4.1, 22mm thick heat-sensitive […]

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Zotac ZBOX MAGNUS EK71080 Compact Gaming PC Review

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Gaming systems and small form-factor (SFF) PCs have turned out to be growth segments in a desktop PC market that has been subject to severe challenges recently. Many vendors have tried to combine the two, but space constraints and power concerns have ended up as performance-limiting factors. Zotac, in particular, has been very active in […]

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Meet the  “Lady Gaga of Mathematics” helming France’s AI task force

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A spider brooch-wearing mathematician Continue reading…

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The OnePlus 6 will have a notch, and here’s why

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The next OnePlus flagship phone will have a notch in its display, and above is the first official image of it, provided exclusively to The Verge. OnePlus, still the darling of many Android enthusiasts, was alarmed by the vociferous chorus of disapproval directed at new smartphones launching at Mobile World Congress this year with notched […]

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How to choose between Apple’s iPad and iPad Pro

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If you look at an iPad and an iPad Pro side by side, you won’t notice much of a difference. The Pro is a little bigger, it has slightly thinner bezels, there are some metal dots on one edge — and that’s about it. With Apple’s update to the entry-level iPad on Tuesday, the two […]

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Sony PSVR bundles now start from $299 in the US and Europe

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If you’ve ever wanted to try out a VR gaming headset but have been put off by the price, we have good news — Sony is cutting the prices of its PSVR bundles in the US and Europe. In the US, the Playstation VR Doom bundle now costs $299.99 and includes a PSVR headset, the […]

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Huawei’s wannabe AirPods look and feel good

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I know I’m supposed to be outraged about tech companies blatantly copying each other’s designs, but I don’t have the naivety for it anymore. Huawei, the company that’s been shipping copycat Apple EarPods with its Android smartphones for years, has decided to also clone Apple’s wireless AirPods, and the product of that is called the […]

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Samsung’s Gear S2 smartwatch keeps getting better

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Samsung has released a new software update for its Tizen-based Gear S2 smartwatch that offers new fitness features, new control options for the Gear VR and powerpoint presentations, and more detailed daily morning weather forecasts. The company says the updates will make the three-year-old smartwatch more convenient to use. The software update also features what […]

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