Google has confirmed that it won't be making tablets anymore, and the world is a happier place.
The Consumer Technology Association said this week that Trump tariffs levied on Chinese goods could force consumers to pay significantly more for laptops, cell phones, and other technologies.
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You miss out on a few things like wireless charging but, for the asking price, we’d still rate the Huawei P30 as an incredibly competitive package.
Microsoft and Kano have developed the Kano PC, a $300 tablet that's designed to teach kids how computers are made and how they work.
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Microsoft Research has made available four 'Eyes First' games for Windows 10, simple games designed to show off how eye tracking can be used for both fun and accessibility.
Such a move would go beyond controlling the operating system to encouraging use of Office applications, which typically require a subscription.
ExpressVPN has everything you need including great speeds, a good app, a large number of locations and servers, but the leadership is still anonymous.
The Garmin Dash Cam 66W packs great features, including phone connectivity, into a very small profile, but it runs a bit on the hot side.
The Akaso Trace 1 Dash Cam produces very good video, especially the infrared interior captures, plus excellent battery run time, for an affordable price.
The super-svelte Garmin Dash Cam mini could be just the unobtrusive camera you seek. However, it lacks GPS, and the super-capacitor lasts only a second or two.
The Netgear Nighthawk XR700 is incredibly expensive for a niche consumer product - but it’s comprehensive, powerful and specialised enough to stand out.
Though AMD recently announced the first PCIe 4.0 chipset, the PCI SIG has announced PCI Express 6.0, which will arrive in two years.
Microsoft's June updates to its Office 365 suite include Presenter Coach, an AI-driven tool that monitors your practice presentations and offers suggestions, such as not to swear.
Google claims that it is finally serious about brining RCS Chat to all Android phones, but I'll believe it when I see it.
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