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Why cloud could mean the end of business spreadsheets

"Even if history holds spreadsheeting entirely blameless for the present mayhem, the fact that spreadsheeting is so widely used while at the same time so error prone is a strong indication that if a way could be found to improve reliability, global GNP would step noticeably upwards.’"Angus Dun...

Android

DEAL: Huawei Mate 10 Pro Price Down to $650 ($150 Off), Mate SE to $229 ($20 Off) for Limited Time

Starting this week to April 14, buyers can get a Huawei Mate 10 Pro or Mate SE at a discounted price via Amazon, Best Buy, and Newegg. For pricing, the Mate 10 Pro is dropping to $650 during this limited time, which is $150 off. For the Mate SE, its price is dropping $229, which is $20 off. In case...

Android

Question of the Day: Samsung Fans, Why are You OK With Waiting This Long for Updates?

We’ve spent much of the past two weeks talking about Samsung’s 2017 phones getting their big updates to Android 8.0 “Oreo” and Samsung Experience 9.0. It’s been fun re-hashing features from a version of Android that was first announced a year ago in preview before reach...

Android

DEAL: Get AUKEY USB-C Power Delivery Chargers at a Good Discount Thanks to These Coupon Codes

AUKEY has been one of the accessory makers producing quality chargers and other various accessories for Android devices for some time, even getting the thumbs up from the USB-C grand master Benson Leung. If he says it’s a good charger, meeting all the various tech compliances set forth, then y...

Android

Google bringing its Wi-Fi and Chromebook-equipped superbuses to more regions

Google is expanding its Rolling Study Halls program in the US, bringing Wi-Fi and Chromebook-equipped school buses to rural areas. The initiative is intended to help students with long bus commutes continue studying outside of the classroom. Google discussed the high-tech buses on its education site...

Android

OnePlus 6 teased: Will it bring ‘the speed you need’?

OnePlus Twitter account We’ve seen plenty of news regarding the OnePlus 6 thus far, and now, the firm has teased the device’s power and name. The company posted a short clip on Twitter, touting the number “6” and a tagline of “the speed you need”. 6et ready! pi...

Android

Will Google make its own smart display? Never say never

Back at CES 2018, Google announced a new product category in the form of a smart display, featuring third party designs from the likes of LG and Lenovo. The smart display, packing Google Assistant, is clearly aimed at Amazon’s Echo Show, which is a smart screen packing the Alexa assistant. Wh...

Android

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus get price cuts in India

With the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus now available in India, it makes sense for Samsung to lower the prices of their predecessors, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. That is exactly what Samsung did in the country, though one of those price cuts might make you do a double take. First spotted by SamMobile, you ca...

Android

Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are officially taken off life support

After three years, the Galaxy S6 and its curved sibling will no longer receive major OS updates or monthly security patches. The Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy S6 Active are expected to follow suit.The Galaxy S6 and its curved sibling will no longer receive major OS updates or monthly security pat...

Computing

Apple's plan for Mac processors built in-house is reportedly code-named 'Kalamata'

Apple is reportedly deep into plans to replace the Intel processors that it currently places inside its iMac and MacBook computers with chips of its own, according to Bloomberg sources. The initiative to make this change happen is reportedly known internally as ‘Kalamata’, is in dev...


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