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Cost of iPhone X Sales to Increase Prices of other Smartphones

When Apple rolled out the iPhone X at roughly $1,000 a pop, people balked at first. The smartphone market was entering maturity, are people really so enamored of their Apple devices that they’ll shell out that much, even as competitors get better at making alternatives at lower price points? It seems that increasingly, the answer is yes.

Samsung’s foldable Galaxy X could arrive at Mobile World Congress 2019

Samsung’s foldable Galaxy X could arrive at Mobile World Congress 2019 Samsung is already hard at work on its future flagships including a new Galaxy Note that’ll likely debut this summer and next year’s Galaxy S10 which is rumored to include an in-display fingerprint sensor. Most expected the Galaxy S10 to arrive…

Mac OS X 10.4 Running in Windows Alternative ReactOS via PearPC Emulator

Mac OS X 10.4 Running in Windows Alternative ReactOS via PearPC Emulator The ReactOS project recently showcased on YouTube that’s possible to virtualize the Mac OS X 10.4 operating system on their free and open-source Windows alternative operating system. Our “Watch” series of articles continues today with a very interesting…

Windows 10 Redstone 5 to Bring New Display Options for Progressive Web Apps

Windows 10 Redstone 5 to Bring New Display Options for Progressive Web Apps Microsoft has been trying for way too long to tackle the lack of apps on its modern Windows platform, and the company will give another try to this with the release of the Redstone 5 update in…

Microsoft’s upcoming ‘Your Phone’ app will let you mirror your smartphone’s display on your Windows 10 PC

Microsoft’s upcoming ‘Your Phone’ app will let you mirror your smartphone’s display on your Windows 10 PC Microsoft’s 2018 Build Developer conference kicked off today and the company has already unveiled several interesting projects. One of these projects is an entirely new feature for Windows 10 dubbed “Your Phone.” Your Phone is an…

Intel Kills Kaby Lake-X CPUs

Intel Kills Kaby Lake-X CPUs Intel announced that the Kaby Lake-X line of processors had reached end of life, less than a years after the initial launch. If you’re paying attention, you’ll notice that it says Kaby Lake-X and now just Kaby Lake. Last year, Intel released a more powerful…

A Physicist Has Calculated The Best Place to Put Your Router

A Physicist Has Calculated The Best Place to Put Your Router Forget the trial and error – mathematics has proved where the best spot to place your router is. Physicist Jason Cole has figured out a formula that can work out the best place to position your wireless router, and it ultimately…

The Review of iMac Pro: Beauty of a beast

On March 2, 2018, Posted by , In Digitalbes Weekly,Hardware News,Technology, With No Comments

iMAC Pro Review: Beauty of a Beast For the last few weeks, they have been testing the worst iMac Pro you can buy — $4999 eight-core, 1 terabyte version of Apple’s iMac Pro. And here’s how it went. It’s the professional grade, Mac, nobody knew they wanted until Apple announced….

iPhone 8 Plus Units "BURST OPEN" Fresh Reports suggests battery issues

The saga of Apple’s bursting iPhone 8 Plus units continues after more complaints involving damaged units emerge. Just a week ago, there were two complaints involving the iPhone 8 Plus. Users complained the screen was detached from the unit allegedly due to battery swelling. There have been more reports of…

Single-molecule switch gets us closer to light-powered computers

Single-molecule switch gets us closer to light-powered computers The computer and gadget industries have boosted the power of components by shrinking them to near-microscopic scale. One radical field, molecular electronics, takes this to its logical extreme: constructing circuits and devices from single molecules. Researchers at the Peking University of Beijing…

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