Month: December 2019

Leaked slides seem to indicate that Intel is getting ready to launch its 10th Gen ‘Comet Lake’ desktop CPUs, and that the highest-end model will have up 10 cores. The purported information shows that Intel’s next generation for the desktop will be yet another refresh of the 14nm Skylake architecture, as the company has not yet
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Honor has been operating somewhat low-key for a little while now, without a major smartphone launch for several months. That’s been in large part due to the ongoing trade dispute between the USA and Honor’s parent company Huawei, which prevented American-owned Google from supplying its Android software to the smartphone maker. Gadgets 360 got an
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WhatsApp is saying goodbye to the Windows Phone world by officially ending support for the mobile platform managed by Microsoft. The Facebook-owned company has decided to withdraw support from all Windows Phone versions from today. This means no matter which Windows Phone iteration your device has, it won’t get official support for WhatsApp starting tomorrow.
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While LED screen technology is the most affordable for televisions, manufacturers have been exploring better options in an effort to offer better products. One such technology is mini-LED that is an evolutionary technology based on the popular LED-LCD technology. Chinese television manufacturer TCL has pioneered and promoted this technology, and will now be unveiling the
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It’s common knowledge that mobile providers like AT&T and T-Mobile throttle user connections after they use a certain amount of data in a month—but did you know that your Internet Service Provider (ISP) might be doing the same thing? Why do companies impose data caps, and what can you do about it? The Reason Behind
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Major South Korean tech giants, including Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics, are ready to boast their latest technologies in the field of artificial intelligence and displays at the upcoming US consumer electronics show, industry watchers said on Sunday. The annual four-day Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will kick off in Las Vegas on January 7, where around
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Elon Musk, the founder of tunnelling enterprise Boring Company, said in a tweet that a commercial tunnel in Las Vegas would “hopefully” be fully operational in 2020. Musk, who also leads electric-car maker Tesla Inc and rocket company SpaceX, has been seeking to revolutionize transportation by sending passengers packed into pods through an intercity system
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