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    Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Review: Surface Buff

        About two years ago, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will be compatible with ARM processors, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon chip line, which can be found in mobile phones. At that time, I wrote that it gave Microsoft an excellent opportunity to create the perfect Surface Pro: thin, light, always connected via built-in LTE and with a lot of battery life. Since then, Microsoft has released several new Surface computers, including models with integrated LTE, but it has yet to

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    Overwatch 30th hero Baptiste is here to shake things up

        Team shooter Blizzard Overwatch today is entering a major milestone with the official introduction of Baptiste, the 30th hero of the game. Baptiste is an auxiliary character who is called a "combat medic”, who uses many gadgets to help his team in battle. This includes a device called the field of immortality, which prevents the death of nearby allies, healing grenades and the ultimate ability of Batista, described as "a matrix that doubles the damage and healing effects of

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    LENOVO THINKPAD X1 EXTREME REVIEW: THE RIGHT MIX OF WORK AND FUN

        When I showed the ThinkPad X1 Extreme to some of my friends, they were puzzled. "Why is that red joystick still there?” "I thought Lenovo only makes school computers now?” And I can’t blame them. An all-black carbon fiber / graphite exterior, few branding details, and the keyboard / mouse layout that ThinkPads have historically been known for are all present on the X1 Extreme. Those features kind of make it look dated, even though it’s one of the most powerful and capable laptops

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    RAZER BLADE REVIEW (2019)

        The latest Blade Stealth from Razer features a new design, more power and some necessary improvements. These changes can turn the company's least interesting notebook into its most versatile. The Blade Stealth is the smallest, lightest and most inexpensive Razer laptop for as low as $ 1399. It occupies the same space as thin and light computers, such as the 13-inch Apple MacBook Pro and Dell XPS 13. Like other Razer notebooks, it comes with specifications: it has a fast processor,

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    NEW WALMART GAME PC COMBATTING THE BASE

          This fall, Walmart began selling its own gaming PCs with the Overpowered brand, including desktop and portable. The devices were designed and manufactured in partnership with Esports Arena, which operates the first specialized eSports scene in North America. It may seem unexpected that one of the world's largest retailers decided to join the world of computer games, but the rapid growth of the industry — thanks to games like Fortnite — gives Walmart every reason to meet the

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    RAZER BLADE 15 DOUBLE STORAGE OVERVIEW: TOO MANY COMPROMISE

        Razer wants you to consider the entry-level Blade 15 laptop as a more accessible introduction to the world of thin and light slot machines with a starting price of $ 1,599 — a thousand dollars cheaper than the version I liked this summer. To sweeten the proposed deal - unlike the original - this Blade 15 comes with two drives (instead of one) and an Ethernet port. Sounds like a good deal, no? If you follow the Razer marketing, you think this basic model is as powerful as the

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    Google also tracked iPhone usage with a private app.

        Google distributed a private application that tracked how people use their iPhones, in much the same way as Facebook - and got into trouble. The Google app, which TechCrunch is reporting today, rewards users with gift cards for allowing Google to collect information about their use on the Internet. Since then, the application has been disabled. The application relied on Apple's corporate program, which allows you to distribute internal applications within the company. This can be

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    New York State examines Apple’s reaction to a FaceTime error.

        New York State Attorney General Leticia James began an investigation into the circumstances of Apple’s recent FaceTime error. The error that allowed callers to listen and watch through the phone’s camera before the call was received became publicly available on Monday, and since then Apple has disabled the corresponding feature. The AG office will focus on Apple's slow response to an error that the company reported more than a week before it was published. "This violation of

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    The new app Warby Parker combines AR and face mapping, so you can try on virtual glasses

        Warby Parker has a new update out for its iPhone app that uses Apple’s Face ID and AR tech to let customers virtually try on glasses in the app before they buy them. There are plenty of apps and websites that let you overlay a pair of glasses on your face, but Warby Parker is taking things a step further by actually rendering the glasses in a live, 3D preview on your face with augmented reality.   Image: Warby Parker It’s the natural extension of Warby Parker’s original Face

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    Apple expands Animoji's list of giraffes, warthogs, owls and sharks

        Today Apple released beta for iOS 12.2, which includes four new Animoji, which seem to be created for karaoke Animoji. There is a giraffe, a shark, a warthog, and an owl - all this can be used with the TrueDepth camera to create short recorded clips that you can send to your friends in iMessage, or they can replace your own face during FaceTime calls. Thus, the total number of animo-ji has reached 24, which includes mostly animals, as well as some surprises, such as ghost-smile

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