Monthly Archives: May 2017

Samsung may not be alone in supplying future iPhone OLED displays

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Should smartphones with OLED displays really take off, Apple won’t be short on suppliers as another company is reportedly betting big on producing the high-end displays. Electronics giant LG is reportedly investing a whopping $3.56 billion into one of its factories to produce OLED smartphone screens with hopes of becoming a secondary supplier for Apple, […]

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OnePlus 5 Release Date Leak, Essential Phone From Android Co-Founder, Intel Core-X Series, and More: Your 360 Daily

Another day, another OnePlus 5 leak. This time it’s about the OnePlus 5 release date. According to a leaked internal email, the latest flagship killer from the company is out on June 15. If this is true, it means it will be available in just two weeks. Furthermore, a tweet from the company hints at […]

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Intel’s super portable Compute Card could be your real pocket PC

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Smartphones are already computers in our pockets, but Intel’s new Compute Card turns an actual PC into something you can take with you wherever you go. Equipped with a range of processor options, including an ultra-efficient Celeron, and notebook-class Core i5s, this slab that looks like a USB backup battery is attracting a range of interest […]

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In an age of uncertainty, now is the time to rethink your outsourcing strategy

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Britain is now journeying towards Brexit: prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 on 29 March 2017, and has called a general election for 8 June in the hope of reinforcing her mandate. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. […]

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Hands-on: Asus ZenBook Flip S review

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Hands-on: Asus ZenBook Flip S review There’s no shortage of new laptops at Computex and we’re in Taipei to see them for ourselves. Just about everyone is making so-called ‘convertibles’ these days (see our comparison of the new Microsoft Surface Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Book for two of the latest rivals), but we’ve rarely seen a […]

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This is how a self-driving car ‘sees’ the road

Ever wonder what an autonomous vehicle ‘sees’ via its sensors, on-board computing and sensor fusion system? This video from Civil Maps, the high-definition maps technology company backed by Ford, reveals some of what’s going on when it comes to combining detailed 3D maps with sensor data culled from LiDAR, optical cameras, radar and other on-board […]

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2017 Honda Civic Si Release Date, Price and Specs – Roadshow

The Si recipe has always been a simple one: Take a Honda Civic Coupe or Sedan. Bump up the power. Stiffen the suspension and improve the brakes. Slap on a few aggressive exterior bits and maybe a spoiler. Take that, put it all together and you’ve got yourself a stew, baby. OK, it’s not so […]

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WD's next-gen SSDs add even more speed and capacity

The two lines, WD Blue and SanDisk Ultra 3D, are identical capacity-wise, use the same controllers and have identical performance specs — though WD Blue also offers a M.2 2280 device that SanDisk doesn’t. All of the 256GB drives, both in 2.5-inch and M.2 formats, start at a very reasonable $100. They also come in […]

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Nice phone Essential, but why is there a hole in the screen?

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Andy Rubin’s Essential smartphone has made its splashy, highly saturated debut, and the phone looks like a pretty stunning piece of kit in press images (most things in press images do). But the question I can’t shake is why it has a large-ish hole in the display. This is a cutout for the front-facing camera, […]

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Pokemon Magikarp Jump is the game I didn't know I needed

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Most video games suffer from high expectations. Massive build-ups, the weight of previous successful installments, fan’s demands and realistically limited possibilities all come together in a perfect storm of eventual disappointment for someone.  Even if that someone isn’t you, you’re almost guaranteed to hear or read about it. Though I understand that’s just a part […]

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