MacBook Pro 2019: what we want to see

MacBook Pro 2019: what we want to see

If you’ve been a MacBook user for many years now, you might feel like Apple has lost that edge that essentially propelled the company out of its dark ages. While they’ve been rolling up new MacBook Pro models (and other

Google Pixelbook 2: what we want to see

Google Pixelbook 2: what we want to see

The Google Pixelbook is the premier example of what a Chromebook can be. We gave it five stars for just that reason. And, after almost a year, it still stands.  That said, there’s always room for improvement when it comes

The Istio service mesh hits version 1.0

Istio, the service mesh for microservices from Google, IBM, Lyft, Red Hat and many other players in the open-source community, launched version 1.0 of its tools today. If you’re not into service meshes, that’s understandable. Few people are. But Istio

Another patent shows how Microsoft’s rumored dual-screen device might work

More evidence has come to light that Microsoft is planning some kind of dual-screen device, with another patent relating to such a piece of hardware having been spotted, hot on the heels of yesterday’s ‘video calling on hinged multi-screen device’

Cheap Chinese smartphones a mixed blessing for Samsung Q2 earnings

Samsung Q2 Earnings Dragged By Weak Smartphone Sales, Chips Business Remains Strong. Intology Limited: http://www.intology.co.uk/about-us.php Twitter: https://twitter.com/Intology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Intology Read more: Cheap Chinese smartphones a mixed blessing for Samsung Q2 earnings

Google mocks Microsoft and Apple in new Chromebook video

It looks like Google is in a fighting mood, as it’s just released a new video that attacks Microsoft’s Windows and Apple’s macOS operating systems, while claiming that Chromebooks are the only laptops you can rely on. The video (which

A pickaxe for the AI gold rush, Labelbox sells training data software

Every artificial intelligence startup or corporate R&D lab has to reinvent the wheel when it comes to how humans annotate training data to teach algorithms what to look for. Whether it’s doctors assessing the size of cancer from a scan

Google Calendar makes rescheduling meetings easier

Nobody really likes meetings — and the few people who do like them are the ones with whom you probably don’t want to have meetings. So when you’ve reached your fill and decide to reschedule some of those obligations, the

The sound of silence: Harley-Davidson rebels with an electric motorcycle

Harley, traditionally beloved my motorcycle enthusiasts for its thunderous engine rumble, will roll out an electric motorcycle called LiveWire in 2019. Intology Limited: http://www.intology.co.uk/about-us.php Twitter: https://twitter.com/Intology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Intology Read more: The sound of silence: Harley-Davidson rebels with an

Microsoft patent hints at a dual-screen mobile device for video calling

While Microsoft attempts to keep tight-lipped about the hardware it’s working on, much of its secrecy can be undone when patents it’s submitted are unearthed, which gives us an idea what to expect from the company in the future. The