Intel Releases New Details on ‘Thunderbolt 2’

Thunderbolt, that small connector that Apple have included in Mac since 2011, hasn’t really taken off yet. However, Intel is still updating the technology, and the company revealed some new details about the next generation of Thunderbolt. Intel has officially named its next-gen high-speed data port ‘Thunderbolt 2’ and it will double the speed of…

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Public Preview of Windows Blue Launching in Late June

Microsoft recently said that the latest version of Windows 8, Windows 8.1 – Codenamed Windows Blue, will be available later this year. Now the company has officially announced that there will be a free public preview to download at the end of June. ZDNET confirmed the report with Microsoft. Most users are expecting the return of the classic start button,…

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Adobe Going Cloud-Only

On Monday at Adobe Max 2013, the company announced that it is saying goodbye to traditional physical media and is going cloud-only. With Creative Cloud, a subscription based service, Adobe is essentially ‘future proofing’ themselves by making everything available in the cloud. The company is also making its entire Creative Suite available through a subscription…

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Google Glass Runs Outdated Ice Cream Sandwich

Google recently revealed the specifications of Google Glass, but left out a few important factors, the processor, the version of Android and the amount of RAM. But thanks to the great hackers that are digging into Glass, we almost know all there is to know about the company’s new wearable device. Thanks to hackers Liam McLoughlin and Jay Lee,…

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Nokia Unveils Lumia 520 and Lumia 720

Yesterday, Nokia took the stage at Mobile World Congress 2013 and unveiled two brand new Windows Phone 8 devices. The Lumia 520 offered 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage which is expandable to 64GB with a MicroSD card, a 4-inch display, a 5-megapixel shooter and a 1,430mAh battery. It will launch in cyan, red, black…

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Google Announces Chromebook Pixel

The Chromebook pixel is the first Chromebook that has been designed by Google itself. It’s looks like a premium product, and is aimed directly at Apple’s Retina MacBook Pro. Like the Retina MacBook Pro, the main focus of the notebook is the display. A 12.85-inch, 2560 x 1700 touchscreen panel, Google says it’s the highest resolution…

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