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Microsoft has dedicated Office and emoji keys on its new keyboards

2019-10-12T10:48:31+00:00October 18th, 2019|The Verge|

Microsoft’s latest keyboards now include dedicated Office and emoji keys. The software giant was previously experimenting with an Office key on keyboards earlier this year, and now the company is launching a new Ergonomic and slim Bluetooth Keyboard that include the dedicated button. The Office key replaces the right-hand Windows key, and it’s used to [...]

Google’s Pixel 4 launches next week; here’s what we expect

2019-10-12T10:18:44+00:00October 16th, 2019|TechCrunch|

Here in New York, the air is crisp and the leaves have begun to turn crimson and brown. That can only mean one thing: hardware season is upon us. Backdropped by cloudy, gray Manhattan skies, Google is set to take to the stage on Tuesday, October 15, to show off its just-in-time-for-the-holidays hardware line. Source

How to Set up and Use Android Messages on a PC

2019-10-12T10:14:32+00:00October 14th, 2019|Lifewire|

Your phone is your communication hub, but we spend a lot of time at our computers. Wouldn't it be great if you could reply to that incoming text without having to pick up your phone and use a different device? Android Messages for web is one of a few great ways to make this happen! [...]

NASA’s new Moon-bound spacesuit is safer, smarter and much more comfortable

2019-10-11T08:45:14+00:00October 11th, 2019|TechCrunch|

The next Americans to set foot on the Moon will do so in a brand new spacesuit that’s based on, but hugely improved from, the original Apollo suits that last went up there in the ’70s. With easier entry, better mobility and improved communications, these won’t be nearly as clumsy or restrictive — though you [...]

Creators of modern rechargeable batteries share Nobel prize

2019-10-10T08:45:41+00:00October 10th, 2019|TechCrunch|

If you had to slip a couple AAs into your smartphone every morning to check your email, browse Instagram, and text your friends, chances are the mobile revolution would not have been quite so revolutionary. Fortunately the rechargeable lithium-ion battery was invented — a decades-long task for which three men have just been awarded the [...]

Amazon’s Prime Video app disappears from the App Store [Updated]

2019-10-05T11:27:11+00:00October 9th, 2019|TechCrunch|

In what we understand was a “technical issue”, the Amazon Prime Video app disappeared from the Apple App Store, making it unavailable for new downloads or updates to users both on iOS and Apple TV. Twitter users began to tweet to Amazon for help about the problem on Friday morning, to which Amazon’s support channels [...]

Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 7 finally has USB-C, ships on October 22

2019-10-02T19:04:58+00:00October 4th, 2019|TechCrunch|

Today at its special hardware event, Microsoft unveiled the new Surface Pro 7. The new Surface Pro finally brings USB-C to the convertible laptop category of Microsoft hardware, which will be a welcome addition for fans who’ve been waiting for the company to adopt this now-prevalent connection technology. Source

Microsoft bets on foldable, though not bendable, devices

2019-10-02T19:01:32+00:00October 3rd, 2019|BBC|

Microsoft has unveiled two folding devices, with dual touch screens, which it says will create a new category in mobile computing. But, unlike attempts from its rivals, the firm has not adopted a bendable screen - nor has it decided to include a high-end camera system on the products. Source

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