Monthly Archives: September 2017

Review: 3 digital whiteboard displays for business collaboration

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Whether your business team is designing a next-gen widget or developing an online campaign, you need a place to get together, brainstorm and map out a strategy. In years past, a dry-erase whiteboard was typically where such ideas were recorded, with some obvious drawbacks. For starters, somebody had to capture all those great ideas from […]

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Case study: Hillarys' Julian Bond on the company's shift from HP-UX to SUSE Linux as part of SAP Business Suite upgrade

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Julian Bond in one of Hillarys’ Nottingham factories Julian Bond, head of ICT at Hillarys, the £200m shutter, blind and curtain manufacturer, has been talking to Computing following the completion of its SAP upgrade, a project that entailed a database migration… Source link

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Review: Alienware 17 R4 gaming ultrabook

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Alienware 17 R4 from above Every PC gamer has drooled over an Alienware machine at some point. Known for attractive design, high specs, top performance and a price point to match, each new device the company releases has a weighty… Source link

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Learn the coolest new features of Android's Oreo

From notifications to picture-in-picture mode, walk step by step through the new features of Android’s latest update with Computerworld blogger and Android expert JR Raphael. Source link

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Newly Streamlined App Ratings

Now it’s quicker and easier for users to see your app’s rating, with just one summary rating that displays on your product page. This summary rating is based on ratings of your app’s current version as of September 19 (Pacific Time), and is specific to each territory on the App Store. New ratings will continue […]

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The best gaming ultrabooks of 2017

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Computing rounds up the latest and best gaming ultrabooks and asks which gives you the best bang for your buck? Source link

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The All-new App Store is Here

The App Store has grown beyond anything we could have ever imagined. And now, with daily stories by our editors, a dedicated Games tab, lists for all kinds of apps, and much more, this beautiful new design provides an amazing place to highlight your incredible work — and help customers discover new apps and games. Share […]

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Higher Limit for Over-the-Air Downloads

We’ve increased the cellular download limit from 100 MB to 150 MB, letting customers download more apps from the App Store over their cellular network. Source link

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WifiInfoView is a great Wi-Fi utility for Windows

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The other day, I was at a coffee shop where the Wi-Fi seemed slow. I didn’t run actual speed tests, as that would have just added to the network load. Instead, I fired up the excellent WifiInfoView program from Nir Sofer. Windows, like many operating systems, provides a pathetic amount of Wi-Fi information. Without sufficient […]

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Leaked AMD Raven Ridge APU benchmarks suggest 90% multicore performance gains compared to Bristol Ridge

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Ryzen microprocessors were well received on launch this year Leaked benchmarks for one of AMD’s forthcoming Raven Ridge APUs suggest that the new devices, expected to be launched in good time for Christmas, will outperform current Bristol Ridge APUs by up to 90… Source link

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