Parent should be alert to the new Immersive Reader dictation feature coming to Office 365 apps. It's a convenience for adults that could end up as a crutch for young students.
Civilization VI's first expansion is just weeks away. Today you can get the base game for just $12 if you sign-up for the Humble Monthly subscription.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, the gang tackles the Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits and sky-high graphics card prices before answering viewer questions.
The Kano Computer Kit Complete teaches children how to build a PC, then how to build software with code. It's great.
With the Link, JBL leverage their strength in the portable speaker space to deliver a product that sounds great and pushes the smart speaker category forward as a whole - even if it trips up on some of the finer details of that push.
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Every summer Google hosts its annual developers' conference, Google I/O. It's of more interest to developers than consumers, but the opening keynote typically contains some interesting information on upcoming Google software (this is not a hardware event). In 2018 we expect to hear more about Android P, Android Wear 3.0, Android Things and the Google Assistant.
Since Nokia unveiled its first Android phones a little over a year ago we've seen it introduce the Nokia 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8. But we're still waiting for the Nokia 1, the entry-level model in its line-up, and the Nokia 9, its flagship.
Google has not confirmed when we will hear news on an Android Wear 3.0 update, but we're expecting some new information at Google I/O 2018. We outline what new features we'd like to see in the new smartwatch OS.
When is Android P coming out, and what new features will it include? We explain when and what we expect to see from Android P.
OnePlus has divulged that up to 40,000 customers may have had their credit card info stolen after making a purchase through its website.
Microsoft's flagship Surface Precision Mouse combines comfort, excellent resolution, and a nearly unique feature to leap between PCs. Microsoft's accompanying software, however, could use work.
The overarching quality - and the unique qualities - of the experience involved make Rumu easy to recommend regardless. It’s not going to be for everyone. But it’s remarkably well-made for a debut effort and, should you give it the time of day, a yarn well worth unfurling.
Blizzard has revealed that an audience of over 10 million tuned into the first week of the world’s first major global city-based professional esports league.
It’s been over a month since Amazon Australia’s overnight launch on December 5, 2017. Contrary to popular belief, the doomsday talk has not eventuated - Australian retailers still live to tell the tale and those at the forefront of their fields, are embracing Amazon’s entry into the local market and opening their Amazon stores ahead of their competitors.
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