Month: October 2019

Running software is a virtual machine (VM) is a great way to try apps designed for a different operating system. VM technology is widely used these days across a range of applications, from servers to desktop computers. But while setting up a VM on your computer might be straightforward, performance is always an issue. Here
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Nintendo’s second-quarter operating profit more than doubled, blowing past analyst estimates, on strong demand for its Switch console. Nintendo sold 4.98 million units of its hybrid home-portable Switch device in the six months to September and 1.95 million handheld-only Switch Lite units that went on sale in September. It would be “premature” to raise Nintendo’s
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We don’t review many laptops aimed at commercial buyers, but this particular one from Dell is a little special. We first saw the Latitude 7400 2-in-1 during CES this year, where it was billed as the world’s first PC to use Intel’s Context Sensing technology. What this means is that sensors in the display bezels
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Facebook is inching closer to launch much-anticipated WhatsApp Pay in India and will soon have a positive news to share, the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said. Data compliance issues and regulations have kept WhatsApp Pay launch in abeyance for quite some time, despite a successful test run of the payments service with one million
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Xiaomi has collated its festive sales figures, and claims that 12 million devices have been sold in one month. Out of the 12 million, 8.5 million were Xiaomi phones, and a phenomenal 40 percent year-on-year growth was achieved during the festive sales. Xiaomi has calculated these giant sale numbers from September 28 to October 29.
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Internet acronyms help you save effort by not having to type out common phrases all the time. But if you’re not in the know, they end up being more confusing than anything. That’s certainly the case with the TLDR acronym, as many have wondered what TLDR is. We’ll teach you everything you should know about
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Samsung Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion are the latest premium laptops to join Samsung’s portfolio. Unveiled at the ongoing Samsung Developers Conference, the new laptops are powered by 10th generation Intel Core processors and come with the company’s Wireless PowerShare feature that will allow the consumers to charge their other devices like phones,
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Samsung Electronics has unveiled a new design for a smartphone that folds into a square, racing ahead in folding devices after it launched its first model in September. The South Korean tech giant teased the new concept on Tuesday at the Samsung Developer Conference 2019 in the United States. “The amazing thing with the foldable
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Last year at its developer conference, Samsung showed off an early glimpse of its upcoming foldable. In hindsight, the Galaxy Fold’s roll out could have gone more smoothly, but sometimes first gen products go that way, I suppose. At very least, it’s clear that the company won’t let a rocky start stand between it and
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