Android Q Early Preview Will Come to More Devices Compared to Android 9 Pie: Report

March 11, 2019

Google released the final version of the Android 9 Pie last year and the first phones to get the software update were the Pixels, Nokia 7 Plus, OnePlus 6, some Sony Xperia devices, among others. So far, we have seen several phones from Nokia, OnePlus, Asus, Samsung and others get the latest software. Several media reports […]

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Dell may have confirmed upcoming gaming laptop with a mobile 1660 Ti GPU

March 10, 2019

Less than a month after the release of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics card, Dell leaked a laptop with the mobile version of the card. This is one of those rare cases where a product leak can be traced to a genuine hardware partner rather than an obscure website. A few days ago, […]

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Hammerhead Secures $4 Million Investment For “Garmin Killer” Bicycle Computer

March 9, 2019

Hammerhead, maker of the Karoo cycling computer, has secured $4.1 million private equity funding. In part, it will use the investment to add staff – the company currently employs 35 and is now advertising for managers and tech staff for its New York and Pennsylvania offices. Co-founded by South-Africa-born Piet Morgan, a childhood friend and […]

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Hammerhead raises $4.2M to build a smarter operating system for bikes

March 8, 2019

Hammerhead founder and CEO Piet Morgan is a bicyclist, and he started the company because he wanted a better navigation system. So Hammerhead crowdfunded its first product, the H1, and subsequently built Karoo, a “cycling computer” that supports navigation and training. But Morgan told me his ambitions are bigger than that. After all, he sees a future where […]

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4 things to do if your computer is in need of repair

March 6, 2019

Everyone has a computer these days as its quickly becoming an essential tool that is hard to live without. Whether you are a student or a business owner, having a properly functioning computer will enhance your productivity and performance. Like any other machine, downtimes and breakdowns can ensue, limiting and frustrating your work. Replacement can be costly, so we […]

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Windows of wonder: cutouts and light brighten Glasgow night

March 3, 2019

Window Wanderland is a festival of lights that sees people transform their neighbourhood into a colourful playground using paper cutouts in their windows. In the streets of Strathbungo, Glasgow, the result is a night-time explosion of pop culture: Mary Poppins, the Moomins, Peter Pan, Paddington. The festival was founded in Bristol in 2015 by Lucy Reeves Khan, […]

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