Today, I attempted to soundtrack my office life. As you might expect, sometimes the life of a blogger isn’t all that thrilling — but maybe it would be if I had a perpetual soundtrack playing in the.. The Verge
Twitter has announced that it will no longer count @usernames against your 140-character limit in replies, meaning you can respond to as many people as you like without their handles muscling in on.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
If you're waiting to finally use the next generation of Google's smartwatch software, you'll have to keep waiting. Android Wear 2.0, the most significant update to the search giant's operating system.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition is coming to Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS and Android.
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Datalogic, a global leader in automatic data capture and industrial automation markets, will have supply chain solutions on display in booth S1034 at the Promat 2017 show held April 3-6, in Chicago’s.. PRWeb
Google's been talking about Android Wear 2.0 for a long time -- it was first announced almost a year ago, at the I/O 2016 developer event. But it was delayed from a planned fall launch until early.. TUAW Also reported by •engadget
The single worst thing about the Galaxy S8 is easily its relocated fingerprint sensor. Whoever thought it was a smart idea to put it right next to the back camera should get a slap on the wrist because.. Mashable
Comcast has done the impossible. Somehow, Americans are about to hate it (and just about every other large internet service provider in the country) more than they already do.
Thanks in no small.. Huffington Post
Those patiently awaiting Google’s second iteration of Android Wear will have to wait just a little longer. The company says that the general availability of Android Wear 2.0 is being held back by a.. The Verge
It's our first look at Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series in action and already Star-Lord's exaggerated humor is bugging Drax's literal takes. Oh, and, Groot is Groot.
Although the cast.. Mashable
There has been something of a trend in recent years for phones to grow taller and slimmer. Aspect ratios are changing, and the familiar 16:9 is being met by the LG G6's 18:9 (oh, ok, 2:1) and, in the.. betanews
It's great to see Samsung's Galaxy S8 include a standard 3.5mm headphone jack (unlike some other phones).
But the future of music listening is undoubtedly wireless, which is why it's also great the.. Mashable
Android Central‘s Alex Dobie made this point to me in the buildup to Samsung’s Galaxy S8 launch yesterday: a 5.8-inch phone with the S8’s elongated 18.5:9 aspect ratio doesn’t have the same.. The Verge
Microsoft's dream of Windows conquering the smartphone market has all but fizzled out.
There wasn't a single Microsoft-made flagship Windows phone released in all of 2016, with a strong possibility.. Business Insider
Leading global marketing research service facilitator Civicom Marketing Research Services is again a Gold Sponsor and featured speaker at the Insight Innovation Exchange (IIeX) Health on April 4, 2017.. PRWeb
dormakaba Congratulates Client Langham Chicago Ranked #1 in Best USA Hotels by U.S. News & World Report
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Anyone who has bought an Android phone through a carrier knows what a frustrating experience it can be. Aside from the lock-in due to a multi-year contract, carrier-specific phones are loaded with all.. ITworld Also reported by •PC World
Twitter’s 140-character limit is essential to its existence, but the company realizes how annoying it can be to trim your thoughts when composing a reply because the person you’re chatting with has.. Macworld Also reported by •PC World
Microsoft's invasion of Android phones just took a new turn. Up until now, the company has strong-armed device makers into pre-installing Microsoft apps on Android phones. With the Samsung Galaxy S8,.. PC World