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Apple just dropped a brand new beta for your favorite iOS update of the year. While iOS 11 isn’t coming out until September, the company has been testing the new version for a couple of months already. I still don’t recommend installing the beta on a device you use every day, unless you’re willing to [...]

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Google has long sold its Cardboard VR format as a super accessible platform for getting people into virtual reality. One of their major initiatives for it has been in education markets through its Google Expeditions program, which allows students to get in the center of 360 photos and 3D scenes with historical importance. The program [...]

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Don’t worry, Microsoft is in no danger of going away: what will go is thousands of jobs mostly in sales, mostly outside the US, mostly to benefit cloud growth. Major financial news channel CNBC has confirmed Microsoft’s announcement of major job cuts as the company undergoes a “major reorganisation”. Having failed in phones, leading to losses of [...]

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The social network says the anonymized data could help the Red Cross and others focus on areas that have been hit hardest. Facebook plans to share user data with aid organizations to help out in emergences. In a blog post Wednesday, the world’s largest social network said it will create “disaster maps” for aid groups like the [...]

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Google has announced a new stand-alone DayDream headset that cuts the cable and eliminates the need for a VR-enabled smartphone. To be precise it has revealed to its I/O Developers conference that it has developed a Qualcomm-based reference design for a headset and HTC and Lenovo will be the first to produce it by the [...]

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Apple will launch 60 educational sessions at all its stores focusing on coding, digital media, and art and design. Apple will soon launch a range of educational sessions at 495 stores covering coding, media, and art and design to help people get more from their Apple hardware. The new sessions, dubbed Today at Apple, aim [...]

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As Microsoft announced last week, the Windows 10 Creators Update will start rolling out to users on April 11. As part of this update, the company is also making some changes to the privacy settings in Windows 10 and how it informs its users about the data it collects from them (because it doesn’t give them the option to [...]

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We round up the latest rumors for Samsung’s next flagship, the Galaxy S8. Samsung needs a hit after the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, and the Galaxy S8 is believed to launch in April. It’s been eleven months since Samsung announced the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, but there are already plenty of rumors surrounding [...]

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This grand opening has been years in the making. Apple’s new campus now has a name and an opening date. It’ll be called Apple Park and the first employees will move in April 2017. As 12,000 Apple employees are going to work there, the move isn’t going to be an easy task. It’s going to take roughly [...]

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The omniscient service is now designing around its greatest limitation: those times when the cloud is out of reach. Google is never down. It’s the most resilient, expansive cloud infrastructure ever built, with layers of redundant servers to promise that when you ask Google to look up some inane piece of trivia or search your email [...]

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