Microsoft teases Windows 10’s sleek new look for the future

Microsoft teases Windows 10’s sleek new look for the future

Microsoft’s planning a sleek visual refresh for Windows 10, and the company quietly teased its first official glimpse of what’s coming in the future during the Windows Developer Day keynote on Wednesday. There aren’t many details being shared about “Project...
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Verizon announces its LG Sport watch rival, the LTE and NFC-enabled Wear24

The first Android Wear 2.0 watches from LG and Google aren’t even on shelves yet, but the first competitor has already been announced. But it’s not from Huawei, Moto, or Asus. It’s from Verizon. Yes, you’ve read that right: Big...
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Windows 10’s Cortana adds Suggested Reminders to help you keep your promises

Windows 10’s Cortana adds Suggested Reminders to help you keep your promises

Windows 10’s Cortana is already a dutiful digital assistant, providing answers, reminders, or other information when asked. But Microsoft has given her more power to take the initiative, automatically setting reminders for commitments you’ve already agreed...
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Kodi’s coming home to Xbox to play your music and movies as a universal Windows app

Kodi’s coming home to Xbox to play your music and movies as a universal Windows app

The popular open source media manager Kodi is coming home. During Microsoft’s Developer Day event on Wednesday, Microsoft announced that the XBMC Foundation is bringing Kodi to the Xbox One as a Windows Store (UWP) app, as first reported by...
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Lenovo’s ThinkPad P71 packs 7.5 pounds of Xeon power for VR creators

Lenovo’s ThinkPad P71 packs 7.5 pounds of Xeon power for VR creators

Lenovo’s ThinkPad P71 is one superfast laptop that can work with HTC’s Vive and the Oculus Rift VR headsets. It’s technically a workstation and is targeted at professionals creating VR content, editing movies, or running engineering applicat...
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Quicken shifts to software subscription model, but there’s a big catch

Quicken shifts to software subscription model, but there’s a big catch

Quicken last month moved to a software-by-subscription model for Canadian customers, and may do the same for those in the U.S. who rely on the personal finance program. Unlike a pilot program that launched in April 2016, the Quicken subscription...
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The working and results of Anadrol vs Dianabol

Not all steroids are similar but some may have common properties though. Anadrol and Dianabol are two of such steroids and are often regarded as more or less the same because the working and the results that they give are...
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The Importance of Keeping Stress at Bay when you Prepare for JEE- Here’s How

The Importance of Keeping Stress at Bay when you Prepare for JEE- Here’s How

Why is the JEE so complex? The JEE ( Joint Entrance Examination) is one of the main and most preferred entrance examinations by those looking to pursue a career in Engineering. Engineering is a very innovative field and requires constant...
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As Apple questions FBI’s hacking methods, list of unlock cases grow

Just a few days after the FBI revealed that it had found a way to unlock the iPhone at the center of the San Bernardino shooting case without Apple’s help – thus vacating the court order that caused most of...
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Why are people waiting in line to reserve a Tesla Model 3?

Tesla is unveiling the Model 3 later tonight, but without knowing what the car will look like, its options or official driving range, thousands have lined up to reserve one across the globe. While online reservations won’t open up until...
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