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Computing, Hardware

The ancient computers in the Boeing 737 Max are holding up a fix

April 9, 2020

Via: The Verge

A brand-new Boeing 737 Max gets built in just nine days. In that time, a team of 12,000 people turns a loose assemblage of parts into a finished $120 million airplane with some truly cutting-edge technology: winglets based on ones […]


Computing, Hardware

How to use an external display with your Mac

April 9, 2020

Via: The Verge

Every computer I’ve called my own for work or personal use has been a laptop. I love the portability of a laptop. It’s great to do work while lounging in my favorite chair or at a coffee shop (when we […]


Computing, Data Management

Multicloud storage 101: Pros, cons, pitfalls and strategies

April 8, 2020

Via: Computer Weekly

Enterprises need to ensure their operations can continue no matter what. For decades, organisations have used redundancy to ensure they don’t have to rely on one single provider. This principle continues to hold for the cloud. Here, enterprises can use […]


Internet, Wireless & Cloud

Google launches free version of Stadia with a two-month Pro trial

April 8, 2020

Via: The Verge

Google is launching the free version of its Stadia game streaming service today. Anyone with a Gmail address can sign up, and Google is even providing a free two-month trial of Stadia Pro as part of the launch. It comes […]


Computing, Hardware

Sony’s new DualSense controller is its most exciting design since the original PlayStation

April 8, 2020

Via: The Verge

The next-gen console rollouts from Sony and Microsoft this year have been, for lack of a better word, soporific. But after weeks of spec comparisons and hardware boasts, Sony finally gave things a shot in the arm with the reveal […]


Mobile, Smartphones

Huawei considering 5G mobile chips from Samsung, MediaTek

April 8, 2020

Via: Phone Arena

Newsfeeds around the world may be occupied by COVID-19 stories, but the difficult situation between Huawei and the US government hasn’t miraculously resolved in the meantime. The trade ban affects both parties, with many US tech companies reporting a drop […]


Mobile, Smartphones

Microsoft patent details folding phone with 3 displays

April 7, 2020

Via: Mashable

Microsoft’s Surface Duo is a folding phone, but it relies on two displays rather than one that folds. However, a new patent suggests Microsoft’s future folding phones may end up using three displays, effectively giving us a Surface Trio. The […]


Mobile, Smartphones

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 may have a cheaper, 256GB version

April 7, 2020

Via: Phone Arena

Foldable phones with flexible displays are impressive and novel, but they’re still very expensive. For example, the original Samsung Galaxy Fold still costs $2000, making it too expensive for many people. However, Samsung might change things a bit with its […]


Internet, Wireless & Cloud

Microsoft’s Project xCloud preview is entering 11 more countries in Western Europe

April 7, 2020

Via: Phone Arena

Microsoft is making its cloud gaming service available for preview in more countries, after it was initially out only in the US, UK, Canada and South Korea. The new Project xCloud preview countries are, as announced: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, […]


Mobile, Smartphones

TCL 10 Series: Good specs, lots of cameras, and 5G on a budget

April 6, 2020

Via: Phone Arena

TCL Communication is best known for its extensive TV lineup and making smartphones under the Alcatel brand. The company is determined to become a major player in its own right, though, and has now leveraged its know-how in the two […]