Month: November 2019

Lenovo Launches Leez Single Board Computer To Compete With Raspberry Pi Boards

Raspberry Pi boards, the ruler of the single-board computer market, has a new opponent – Lenovo “Leez RK3399 P710”.  For those unaware, Lenovo had announced the Single Board Computer (SBC) at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona, Spain last February.  Jean-Luc Aufranc of CNXSoft, found about the “Leez RK3399 P710 SBC” through the comments on one […]
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This tiny handheld laptop with QWERTY keyboard boots Android and Linux

After launching the Psion-inspired Gemini PDA in 2017, UK based Planet Computers is now bringing its hybrid smartphone with dual-screen for the general public. The Cosmo Communicator is inspired by vintage personal digital assistants (PDAs) such as Nokia Communicator, Sharp Netwalker and Psion Series 5. Last year, Planet Computers started a crowdfunding campaign for a […]
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AMIDuOS Free Download For PC- 3 Best Alternatives [ Android Emulator ]

AMIDuOS was one of the most feature-rich Android emulators that stood the test of time. This lightweight launcher offered excellent compatibility for Android apps and it instantly transformed a Windows 10 computer into a full-fledged Android smartphone. Unfortunately, AMIDuOS was discontinued on 8th March 2018. The reason behind the discontinuation of this fastest android emulator […]
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When Will the Internet of Things Become a Thing?

The Internet of Things (IoT) has yet to gain lift-off, despite the countdown having been underway for some time. The narrative that’s meant to propel it goes something like this: through the interconnection of billions of autonomous devices embedded in everyday objects, data can be gathered, valuable insights gleaned, and systemwide improvements made in virtually […]
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Microsoft blocks Windows 10 updates for some antivirus users

Microsoft is blocking Windows 10 November 2019 Update, as well as the May 2019 Update, for users of some older versions of Avast and AVG anti-virus programs. According to Microsoft, it has identified compatibility issues with some versions of Avast Antivirus and AVG Antivirus that contains application that is version 19.5.4444.567 or earlier. The affected platforms […]
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Twitter prepares for huge cull of inactive users

Twitter will begin deleting accounts that have been inactive for more than six months, unless they log in before an 11 December deadline. The cull will include users who stopped posting to the site because they died – unless someone with that person’s account details is able to log-in. It is the first time Twitter […]
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Russia Bans Sales Of Devices Without Pre-Installed Russian Software

A new Russian law is set to go in force in July 2020 that will see the banning of consumer gadgets that do not have pre-installed Russian software, reports BBC. Basically, electronics such as smartphones (including iPhones), computers, and smart TVs must be sold with locally-made Russian software pre-installed. This means that besides having the manufacturer’s […]
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Tesla’s Armored Glass Failed, Windows Broke During Live Demonstration

Tesla’s electric pickup truck’s unveiling went awry after the car’s armored “shatterproof” windows cracked during the live demonstration at a promotional event in Hawthorne, California on Thursday. The car dubbed as “Cybertruck”, according to Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk, could survive a 9 mm handgun. However, the attempt to prove so failed miserably during the demonstration. […]
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