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Amstrad PPC 512 / PPC 640 (1988)

15 hours ago   |   Mobile Gazette

In the late 1980s, British company Amstrad was enjoying huge success, first with a range of home computers, then some esoteric low-cost business computers, followed by a...
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SanDisk shows off diminutive 1TB USB-C flash drive prototype at CES 2018

SanDisk shows off diminutive 1TB USB-C flash drive prototype at CES 2018

7 days ago   |   MobileSyrup   |   3 articles

While new TVs tend to dominate the conversation surrounding CES, the annual consumer electronics tradeshow has plenty of other things to see. One such thing was a new 1TB thumb...
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Lenovo's updated ThinkPad X1 laptops are as drool-worthy as ever

Lenovo's updated ThinkPad X1 laptops are as drool-worthy as ever

8 days ago   |   Windows Central   |   13 articles

The ThinkPad line of laptops has a reputation of being stolid business portables. The delectable X1 line stands in stark contrast. When Lenovo bought IBM's PC business 13 years...
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These 7 technologies ruled 2017

22 days ago   |   The Next Web

Another year has passed; the newest iPhone's been released; and TNW's writers have been replaced by robots. It's time look back on 2017 as we settle into the holidays, snug and...
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Tech Firms Can't Find Skilled Workers, New Strategy Needed

1 month ago   |   Mobile Tech Today

Some information technology companies, such as IBM, Amazon and Microsoft, are growing so concerned about their inability to find enough digital talent that they're training...
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Tech Firms Can't Find Skilled Workers, New Strategy Needed

1 month ago   |   Mobile Tech Today

Some information technology companies, such as IBM, Amazon and Microsoft, are growing so concerned about their inability to find enough digital talent that they're training...
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Tech Firms Can't Find Skilled Workers, New Strategy Needed

1 month ago   |   Mobile Tech Today

Some information technology companies, such as IBM, Amazon and Microsoft, are growing so concerned about their inability to find enough digital talent that they're training...
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Tech Firms Can't Find Skilled Workers, New Strategy Needed

1 month ago   |   Mobile Tech Today

Some information technology companies, such as IBM, Amazon and Microsoft, are growing so concerned about their inability to find enough digital talent that they're training...
Read more ...

Tech Firms Can't Find Skilled Workers, New Strategy Needed

1 month ago   |   Mobile Tech Today

Some information technology companies, such as IBM, Amazon and Microsoft, are growing so concerned about their inability to find enough digital talent that they're training...
Read more ...

Tech Firms Can't Find Skilled Workers, New Strategy Needed

1 month ago   |   Mobile Tech Today

Some information technology companies, such as IBM, Amazon and Microsoft, are growing so concerned about their inability to find enough digital talent that they're training...
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Sprint offering one year of free service to switchers

Sprint offering one year of free service to switchers

Sprint today brought back a major promotion aimed at getting consumers to switch. For a limited time, Sprint will give you a year of free service if you switch from another... Read more ...

Project Fi brings a new unlimited data plan into the mix with ‘Bill Protection'

Project Fi brings a new unlimited data plan into the mix with ‘Bill Protection'

Finding the perfect cell phone plan is a pretty frustrating experience for most, but Project Fi is now doing its part to help make life a bit easier. The Google-owned MVNO has... Read more ...

Project Fi's Bill Protection plan offers unlimited talk, text and data for...

Project Fi's Bill Protection plan offers unlimited talk, text and data for $80 a month and less

Google's Project Fi hybrid MVNO uses a combination of Wi-Fi hotspots and cellular networks to connect its customers to the internet. And now Project Fi has announced a whole... Read more ...

FeedLab for Windows 10 gets big update with new languages, interface tweaks...

FeedLab for Windows 10 gets big update with new languages, interface tweaks, more

FeedLab, a third-party Feedly app for Windows 10 , has made a big jump to version 3.0 with a whole host of tweaks across the board, including new keyboard shortcuts, settings... Read more ...

Meizu M6s announced with Samsung's new Exynos 7872 processor

Meizu M6s announced with Samsung's new Exynos 7872 processor

The Meizu M6s is a showcase for Samsung's latest mid-range chip. The latest phone to come from Chinese OEM Meizu is the M6s, and while we understand it can be difficult to get... Read more ...

Google says fix is coming for Google Home and Chromecast network issues

Google says fix is coming for Google Home and Chromecast network issues

Google has published a new support page detailing the source of a recent issue causing Wi-Fi networks where a Google Home or Chromecast are connected to periodically drop their... Read more ...

Nintendo is making a bunch of weird DIY cardboard toys for the Switch and...

Nintendo is making a bunch of weird DIY cardboard toys for the Switch and they're awesome

Nintendo has long been the quirkiest major video game publisher, a company eager to buck industry trends in pursuit of fun. Last year, as competitors at Sony and Microsoft... Read more ...

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia announced for Android and iOS in North...

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia announced for Android and iOS in North America

Square Enix will release Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia later this month on Android and iOS devices in North America, the publisher announced today. Originally released in... Read more ...

Mobile Wallets: Apple Pay vs Samsung Pay vs Google Pay

Mobile Wallets: Apple Pay vs Samsung Pay vs Google Pay

Learn who accepts Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Pay; how these services work; and the pros and cons of each. Read more ...

A malicious link being sent around will freeze your iPhone - even if you...

A malicious link being sent around will freeze your iPhone - even if you don't click on it

A software developer discovered a bug that lets anyone send you a malicious link on iMessage that can crash your phone. Because the bug lies in the link preview, it can freeze... Read more ...