Monthly Archives: May 2017

BlackBerry KEYone Phone – Review

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What is the BlackBerry KEYone? The KEYone is the latest handset from former smartphone heavyweight BlackBerry. It aims to offer the classic BlackBerry keyboard experience to old-school folks who remember the original Bold. Paired with the cutting-edge Android Nougat OS and the best battery life I’ve seen on a handset this year, the KEYone essentially […]

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tvOS 10.2.1 beta 5 (14W585) Now Available

tvOS 10.2.1 beta 5 (14W585) Now Available Source link

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BlackBerry returns with a surprisingly decent business phone: The KEYone (with video)

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Here are some words I never thought I’d be writing again: There’s a new phone from BlackBerry that you might be interested in. This time, it’s called the KEYone. It’s not that I’m biased against BlackBerry. I strapped the first one to my hip when it came out in the early 2000s, before smartphones were […]

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App Store Sources and App Referrer Data Now Available

App Analytics in iTunes Connect now provides insight on where customers discover your app, including App Store browsing and search, within other apps, or on the web. With key metrics based on source types, you can see your top referring apps and websites, making it easier to optimize your marketing campaigns. Learn more about App […]

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Microsoft unveils Surface laptop running Windows 10 S – strictly tied to Microsoft's own Windows app store

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Panos Panay, Microsoft’s head of Surface devices, at a previous launch event Despite plunging sales of its Surface tablet computer, Microsoft double-downed on the brand by unveiling a new Surface Laptop – just hours after the first images of the new device leaked online. Panos… Source link

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AMD shows signs of turnaround following 18 per cent rise in first quarter revenues

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Lisa Su joined AMD in 2012 as general manager and became CEO in October 2014 AMD, Intel’s faded rival in the PC and server microprocessor market, has shown signs that its turnaround might be gathering pace following an 18 per cent rise in revenues in the first quarter. The company… Source link

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Intel fixes nine-year-old remote-code execution flaw in its Management Engine technologies

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Intel Inside could mean insecurity inside for millions of PCs built since 2008 Intel has issued a new firmware upgrade intended to patch a security flaw that has been present in a number of the company’s enterprise PCs since 2008. The flaw affects the company’s Active Management… Source link

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