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Lenovo Launches New 10w and 13w Yoga Classroom Computers

Lenovo launched two mobile computers optimized for classrooms with the Lenovo 10w tablet and Lenovo 13w Yoga clamshell. Both are built on cost-effective hardware platforms that ensure an excellent performance/price ratio.The $329 10w tablet runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c platform and has a 10.1-inch display, as the name indicates. With up to 8GB of...

The FaceBit Is An N95 Mask With Some Hi-Tech Wizardry

Due to the pandemic, wearing a mask has become a pretty common sight as it is a way to prevent people who are sick from passing on the virus, and also to prevent people who are healthy from catching the virus from those who are sick. However, masks need to be worn properly in order to be at their most effective.This means that it needs to be form-fitting...

Walmart Could Be Considering Getting Into Cryptos And NFTs

Despite having built its image as being a more traditional brick-and-mortar retailer, Walmart has actually been pretty quick when it comes to adopting new technology. Over the years, the company has tried to adopt new technology and incorporate it into its stores and offices, whether it be training employees using VR or using self-driving trucks to...

Cheaper M2 14-inch MacBook Pro Could Be On The Way

At the moment, Apple’s MacBook Pro laptops consist of three models – the 13-inch model, 14-inch model, and 16-inch models. However, the 14-inch and 16-inch models are more expensive compared to the 13-inch models as they are using the M1 Pro and Max chipsets that are more powerful.However, a tweet from leaker Dylandkt claims that Apple could potentially...

Apple To Fully Complete Their Transition To Apple Silicon By End Of 2022

In 2020 when Apple announced their plans to transition away from Intel processors to their own custom Apple Silicon chipsets, the company estimated that it would take them about two years. Now that we’re in 2022, it looks like Apple could actually be meeting their goal by the end of the year.This is according to a tweet by leaker Dylandkt on Twitter...

Developer Gets CarPlay Up And Running On His Tesla

With Tesla cars featuring huge displays for its infotainment system, it feels like it would be perfect for platforms like Apple’s CarPlay or Google’s Android Auto. However, CarPlay isn’t supported by Tesla and we’re not sure if there are plans to ever make it an option for customers, but that did not stop one developer from trying.Polish developer Michał...

Apple Still Wants Its App Commissions Regardless Of Payment Method

There is quite a bit of push right now for companies like Apple to adopt third-party payment methods when it comes to app purchases or in-app purchases. The idea is that by allowing third-party payments, it would allow developers to find alternative methods of payments that would let them avoid paying Apple a 30% cut from their app sales.However, it...

LG’s OLED Plant Expansion Could Bring OLED Displays To The iPad

To date, only Apple’s iPad Pros (the newer models at least) feature the use of mini LED displays. All of Apple’s other iPads continue to use LCD, which is fine, but we’re sure that there are some who might prefer the deeper blacks and more saturated colors that OLED displays offer.If that’s what you’re after but don’t want to spend the money on an iPad...

iPhone SE With 5.7-inch Display Only Expected In 2023

At the moment, Apple’s iPhone SE series is based on the iPhone 8 in terms of design. This means that even in the display department, the current iPhone SE models feature a 4.7-inch display and that is expected to continue with the upcoming model slated for a March 2022 launch.However, for those who want a larger iPhone SE model, you might have to wait...

US Airlines Warn That 5G Could Wreak Havoc On Plane Instruments

Ahead of 5G becoming mainstream, there have been some concerns regarding the technology, namely from certain groups of people who have shared conspiracy theories about it like how 5G can cause illnesses. Many experts have since decried these claims to be untrue, but it turns out that 5G could actually have a negative impact on certain things, like airplanes.According...

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