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AMX XP60 PD USB PD PPS 3.0 45W 62W charger

AMX XP60 PD Charger Review – The only charging brick you need in your bag

By now, most of us have accumulated a fair few gadgets and accessories that need charging at least once every few days. If you share a living space with other people, then you have also likely run into the same problems that I have—there just aren’t enough charging sockets at home for everyone. What follows […]

<p>Following a series of fraudulent transactions, Google is temporarily suspending paid Chrome extensions from the Google Chrome extension store. Developers that have already published paid extensions, subscriptions, or in-app purchases and had their listing removed for “Spam and placement in the store” can apply to be reinstated. Earlier this month the Chrome Web Store team</p>
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Google is temporarily suspending paid Chrome extensions

Following a series of fraudulent transactions, Google is temporarily suspending paid Chrome extensions from the Google Chrome extension store. Developers that have already published paid extensions, subscriptions, or in-app purchases and had their listing removed for “Spam and placement in the store” can apply to be reinstated. Earlier this month the Chrome Web Store team […]

Microsoft xCloud game streaming on Windows 10 on ARM

Microsoft’s Project xCloud and Zoom Video are coming to Windows 10 on ARM

Windows 10 on ARM has been a pretty exciting project to follow, but it does come with some drawbacks. One of the biggest issues right now is gaming. Many Windows games haven’t been compiled for ARM, not to mention Windows on ARM devices probably lack the horsepower to play intensive games anyway. Microsoft’s Project xCloud […]

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Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon 8c and 7c for Always On, Always Connected PCs

Last year, Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 8cx 5G platform, the world’s first 7nm SoC for laptops, in an attempt to capture the growing market of hybrid, thin-and-light always-connected personal computers (ACPCs). This was the latest in a series of Qualcomm chips for ACPC as the company had previously tested the waters with the Snapdragon 850 and […]

Lenovo SMB Notebook Lineup in India

Lenovo ThinkBook 14 and 15 with 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake processors launched in India for SMBs

Lenovo’s presence in the smartphone world may not be as great in current times, despite the acquisition of Motorola. However, the situation is quite different when it comes to computing devices beyond smartphones, at least in India. In the country, Lenovo claims to hold the first position in the overall PC market with a 37.7% […]

<p>At Google I/O last year, Google announced Linux app support for Chrome OS. This is made possible thanks to installing a GNU/Linux distribution, specifically Debian 9 “Stretch”, in a Linux container. Earlier this year, the Debian project announced Debian 10 “Buster,” but Google wasn’t ready to upgrade the default Linux container on Chromebooks just yet.</p>
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Chrome OS 80 will start using Debian 10 Buster on new Linux installations

At Google I/O last year, Google announced Linux app support for Chrome OS. This is made possible thanks to installing a GNU/Linux distribution, specifically Debian 9 “Stretch”, in a Linux container. Earlier this year, the Debian project announced Debian 10 “Buster,” but Google wasn’t ready to upgrade the default Linux container on Chromebooks just yet. […]

<p>One of the most underrated features of Android is the ability to quickly perform a desired task when you select text. For example, if you highlight a phone number, you will get the option to jump straight to a call. Similarly, highlighting an address will give you the option to open Google Maps. Now, it</p>
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Quick Answers in Chrome OS will surface Google Search results on highlighted text

One of the most underrated features of Android is the ability to quickly perform a desired task when you select text. For example, if you highlight a phone number, you will get the option to jump straight to a call. Similarly, highlighting an address will give you the option to open Google Maps. Now, it […]

<p>AMD’s Next Horizon Gaming event, leading up to E3 2019, had given us a lot of information on the third generation of Ryzen. During the middle of testing for the 3900X and 3700X review, we received another package – this time containing the Ryzen 5 3600X and Ryzen 5 3400G. How would these fare compared</p>
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AMD 3rd Gen Ryzen: Continued Look Via Ryzen 5 3600X/3400G

AMD’s Next Horizon Gaming event, leading up to E3 2019, had given us a lot of information on the third generation of Ryzen. During the middle of testing for the 3900X and 3700X review, we received another package – this time containing the Ryzen 5 3600X and Ryzen 5 3400G. How would these fare compared […]

<p>Last week at the Android Dev Summit, Google announced a feature that Chrome OS enthusiasts have wanted for years: the ability to sideload Android apps without enabling Developer Mode. We’ve seen code commits in the past that would have enabled this feature, but none of those implementations ever made their way to the stable channel.</p>
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Google says Chrome OS 80 will bring easier Android app sideloading for developers

Last week at the Android Dev Summit, Google announced a feature that Chrome OS enthusiasts have wanted for years: the ability to sideload Android apps without enabling Developer Mode. We’ve seen code commits in the past that would have enabled this feature, but none of those implementations ever made their way to the stable channel. […]

<p>Speed, Simplicity, and Security: This is Google’s motto for Chrome OS, its Linux-based operating system for laptops. Google has gained a foothold in the education market thanks to the low system requirements of Chrome OS, leading to a proliferation of cheap Chromebooks among students. However, Google has struggled to expand the appeal of Chrome OS</p>
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The Pixelbook Go is Google’s latest attempt at a high-end Chromebook

Speed, Simplicity, and Security: This is Google’s motto for Chrome OS, its Linux-based operating system for laptops. Google has gained a foothold in the education market thanks to the low system requirements of Chrome OS, leading to a proliferation of cheap Chromebooks among students. However, Google has struggled to expand the appeal of Chrome OS […]