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The more revamped Tecra A 40

When is the last time you heard of a Toshiba laptop? The company now goes by the name Dynabook Americas. Lighter laptops are the trend now, and so the Tecra at just 19.9 mm and 1.47 kg, is impressive. The main downside is charging is done through a less universal 45 W AC adapter, instead of the... See more
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Will privacy be a far-fetched idea in the future?

Privacy is slowly becoming an elusive subject, with more and more apps gathering data (at times) without users' consent. Would you opt for an app that enables you to share your location, speed and battery life, among other things? It should never enter public use.
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Online gaming challenges

I hardly play online fighting games, but I agree that translating the offline success of these games to the online environment can be challenging. At its core, players need a stable network and reliable connection.
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An incredible wireless headset at a budget price

Corsair is a company well-known for manufacturing incredible gaming headsets. This particular one is portable and has a louder bass and impressive surround sound. It looks like the future is wireless.
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Do you ever install the betas?

I have never installed the betas, because, to me, it seems suited for the tech nerds. How important are software updates to you? Once in a while, we overlook those notifications, when software updates come along.
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The 5G Euphoria

AT&T's intentions when launching 5G Evolution might have been good, but the company seems to have courted more trouble, as a result. Many people could have fallen victim to assuming that they were on the 5G network already.
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Minimalist Travel

Just like you say, it is about bringing the right stuff and enhancing the experience. As an Apple enthusiast, I love the MacBook Air 2019 and much as it is said to have strong sound, it only parks USB-C ports. I also love its sleek design.
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Should Apple find an alternative to the "butterfly" keyboard mechanism?

The release of the new #MacBook Pro would make it the biggest in the collection, especially after #Apple stopped selling the 17-inch models in 2012. Rumor also has it that the company could introduce an external 31.6-inch 6K external display. Well, #September is not too far away. Having said this,... See more
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A great PC for the future?

There are endless possibilities that technology offers and Smart devices are what will define the future. The Surface Hub 2S battery offers upto two hours of life and probably, this will get better with time.
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Taking you back to the future

Content creators seem to have a lot of devices specifically designed for them. Despite the price, this is one device that seems to have a lot to offer both aesthetically and functionally. This is simply amazing!
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Specifically crafted for creators

It makes perfect sense to target a specific audience when designing and manufacturing a device. It is great to see Razer move away from its gaming audience and try something new. Are there any creators here? What are your views on the specs?
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Drawing enthusiasts will love this tablet

Most, if not all of us, love portability and that's exactly what this tablet offers. The tablet for beginners costs a little less but any professional artist wouldn't mind forking out $249 for this.
Clyde33
Looks good but I wish you made the picture clearer. Most gamers toy with the idea of two monitors, and I think it enables them more than one task at a time. Which type of monitors are you using?
Gregp
Heh, Apple being described as an "underdog" is definitely something I didn't think I'd ever see! It's amazing how much things change over time. Are there any people left standing in those long lines to purchase the newest iPhone?
Clyde33
Apple is facing all kinds of criticism when all it has done is swim in unfamiliar waters. Like many other smartphone companies, it has previously made more in services revenue and less in iPhone sales. It feels like Apple TV Plus will be... See more
Gregp
Mine is never turned off unless needed. Sometimes it needs to be restarted.  I never even considered turning it off. Set it and forget it is my motto!
Clyde33
How fast does your router boot after restarting? My router's speeds improved once I started switching it off when not in use. There are pros and cons to both methods, so it depends on which one a person prefers.
Gregp
Privacy online has sadly become a joke. I wonder how they're gathering their data because some of the "targeted ads" sent to me are ridiculous. Facebook seems to think I am a doctor, therapist, writer and pilot...just to name a few! 
Clyde33
It is no longer a matter of whether or not online exists. Nowadays, it is about how much of our data these companies gather and probably share with third-party apps. Online companies use specific algorithms to 'spy' on users.
Clyde33
A subscription-filled world could soon be the norm, with more companies joining the bandwagon. These alternatives may not offer the best use of your money, but I see how a Network-Attached Storage could be an alternative to Dropbox. 
Applesnoranges
I agree that as long as it is stated somewhere that the maximum is 15GB and after that you pay, it is reasonable. But maybe they are now noticing that this storage is getting out of hand.
Clyde33
I had never heard of the storage cap, until now. Could it be that users get notified once the 15GB plan is nearing exhaustion? I wouldn't mind paying if there was a value attached to it!
Carter
It's fascinating how much goes into consideration when designing a game.  I've been addicted to gaming since I was a kid and it's easy to forget how much work it takes behind the scenes.  
Clyde33
There is a lot that goes on behind the scenes, and yes, it is easy (at times) to fail to appreciate all the effort that is put in. All the same, this is a challenge that developers can surmount. 
Clyde33 commented on Do you use a VPN?
Clyde33
I stopped using a VPN a few years ago, because of the assumption that its use was limited. Having read that there are many more uses it, I will consider getting one soon. Pro versions offer more security, in my opinion.
Boilerplate - Edited
In high-traffic areas like large cities, I can see why the upgrade would matter a great deal to those consumers.  However, it's a weird thing for critics to focus on.   Amazon made the same decision and it wasn't made into a big issue. 
Clyde33 - Edited
Critics will always choose what to say even when it's not a big deal. There wasn't much criticism when Amazon opted to retain the Wi-Fi 5 chipsets in the new Eero models. Cost and performance explain the lack of Wi-Fi 6.
Elijah
I regularly install beta updates that seem interesting.  It's easy to roll back the update (and the machine if necessary) so why not check out those cool features?
Clyde33
I agree, but rolling back an update can be a tedious and unnecessary process. I avoid the beta updates but ensure that most of my devices run on the latest software versions.
Clyde33
I find myself muting the constant notifications when a new software update is available. All the same, it is necessary to install these updates when they become available.
Clyde33
Such a bold move from Apple and so the likes of Netflix and Showmax should be wary of the new entrant. It will be interesting to see how everything else changes in the next few years.
Clyde33
CES is a good reference point in terms of the latest items tech companies have to offer, but I find myself falling back at times. A drone that can fly you around is exciting, and it would be thrilling to see a robot dog in action.
Clyde33
What worries me more is that smartphone companies are unveiling new displays, but with little variation in terms of specs. Who knows, maybe the shade variation won't such a huge setback.
Gregp
Honestly, I never knew who blew the whistle about Cambridge Analytica, so thanks for sharing that information. The scandal caused everyone to take a second look at their online activities which is a great thing. Kudos to him for having the... See more
Clyde33
I also had no idea that it took the courage of one person to bring this scandal to light. He has suffered for it, but things could look up for him in the future because AI is the way to go. Most people are now more aware and careful about how... See more
Clyde33 commented on The 5G Euphoria
Gamerglitter
AT&T is being ridiculous and I don't blame Sprint for taking out that ad and filing a lawsuit.  T-Mobile has been sued by New York City for advertising and selling used phones as new.  You'd think these telecom companies would stop ruining... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
I agree that being in the news for all the wrong reasons doesn't seem to affect their profits. The unfortunate thing here is that all these shenanigans could delay the 5G rollout.
Clyde33
Would it be correct to assume that Facebook isn't as popular as it used to be a few years back? I hardly log into the site, and this was the case even before the privacy and data scandal. I am not about to trust it entirely anyway!
Clyde33
I just used the keyword 'YouTube for cats' and found a couple of videos (some 8 hours long) that can be entertaining for our little pets.  It is just unfortunate that he will be wondering why he can't get hold of the birds and mice before him!
Clyde33 - Edited
Just the other day, Huawei was in the news for all the wrong reasons, and everyone assumed that the smartphone company was going down. Do you think the non-Android software is going to be equally impressive?
Clyde33
I frequently use the Maps app but had no idea that the 'Share ETA' feature had been missing. Yes, there are instances when updates ruin the user experience, though Apple always rectifies such hitches.
Marvel
I guess it depends on the level of enthusiasm a person has on photography. I think the phone cameras of today have good resolutions and zooming capability that a simple enthusiast will just use the phone to capture a scene.
Clyde33
Yes, there are great smartphone cameras out there, but any avid photographer will tell you that nothing comes close to an actual camera. I am yet to settle on a user-friendly photo editor! 
Clyde33
Well, it seems that the iPhone 11 will cost more than the XR, XS and XS Max. By now, consumers have gotten used to higher prices when smartphone companies introduce flagship models to the market. I'm more eager to see the introduction of the 5G... See more
Jeremiah
I can't believe what I just discovered. Samsung not only manufactures electronics and household equipment, the company is also building ships. Talk about diversity. As for the laptop, I haven't used one, but I would assume that the company will... See more
Clyde33
Wow, I had no idea that the company is now building ships. Samsung manufactures a wide array of notebook computers, and despite being pricey, these devices are sleek and light in weight.
Clyde33
To be frank, I never thought that I would get all kinds of financial advice from a book but now it seems that there are lessons to be picked from these books. My favorite from the list is 'The $100 startup'.
Clyde33
Ooh yes, most of those devices are a must-have and cut across other lifestyles. Farming life has changed over the years and it is now possible to incorporate technology in performing the main tasks.
Clyde33
I also don't get it because people are already used to the old names so I'm yet to wrap my head around what this implies, in the long run. Is this an attempt by Zuckerberg to make the Facebook brand more visible in the wake of the scandals that... See more
Clyde33 commented on Feeling Musical?
Ketchup
Yeah. And I also like how technology has made learning instruments easier in recent days. Though for a piano, for example, I prefer to play on a traditional one as the sound quality of traditional pianos seem better to me. 
Clyde33
Same here because nothing comes close to the sound of a traditional piano. Overall, I think it is better to stick with the traditional instruments because they produce better and quality sound.
Clyde33
Well, it seems that the butterfly keyboard isn't going to appeal to a lot of people after all. If I'm not mistaken, a lawsuit forced the company to offer free keyboard replacements under certain circumstances but clearly, this doesn't solve the... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
Well, that makes the two of us because I had never imagined that such a thing existed. My only concern would be whether it is safe to generate a QR code from one of the websites listed? Online safety has become so paramount, especially because... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
At this rate, virtually everything at the household will be utilizing the smart technology. I like the SmartThings Cam for its ability to record in low-light environments. The best part is that these devices are quite affordable!
Clyde33
The Pi 4 definitely passes for a cheap desktop computer though not so reliable for tasks like video editing and gaming. Clearly, there are notable improvements from the Pi 3 and who knows, this could be a device of choice for most people, in a... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
Wow, that's quite an amount, considering that 2025 isn't many years away. It is upon other companies to join the fray and offer competition to the already established ones. Smart devices will definitely define the future.
Codechaser
The eye tracking feature is pretty unique, but how does this work on the job site?  Does each person get a headset?  If so, that's bound to get expensive.  Or does the group share as needed?  If so, how does it determine whose eyes it is... See more
Clyde33
Good question and that is exactly what ran through my mind the moment I read through this article. I tried to check multiple sources to check on its functionality but there isn't much information there. By virtue of its price, it makes sense to... See more
Gregp
Hmm, I've actually never used Apple Music or iTunes before, so the change doesn't affect me. I prefer to stream from services like Spotify or Google Play Music.
Clyde33
This makes the two of us because, for me, iTunes was useful when backing up data. I am now familiar with Apple Music and Podcast, but I'm yet to try out Apple TV.
Darrenjax
I agree with the reporter - it looks like a cheese grater.  I'm guessing it's done that way in order to keep things  cool, but it looks ridiculous in my opinion. 
Clyde33
Lol, I hadn't paid attention and yes, it actually looks like a cheese grater but the idea here was so that the air easily moves through the system. It will be interesting to read the funny comments on Twitter.
Clyde33
I am a sucker for privacy and any indication that human Amazon employees could hear requests made through the digital assistant would discourage me a lot. Perhaps this is an attempt by Amazon to assure its customers that it values their privacy... See more
Clyde33
Sometime last year, the Front Page Tech YouTube channel leaked some accurate details about the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. I won’t be surprised if some of these rumors turned out to be true. I guess we’ll get used to these changes over time?
Clyde33
As a big Game of Thrones fan, I am sure I would love a game that allows me to select characters from the show, as a playable ruler. I think I am going to download this game after watching Season 8.
Clyde33 - Edited
Is Lenovo too ambitious with the launch date? 2020 may be too soon for this to become a reality but as long as it can avoid the issues of Galaxy Fold, people could actually buy into this idea. Great functionality and reliability will actually... See more
Clyde33
Well, Lenovo is probably seeing an opportunity but it would be best to thoroughly test these devices and avoid the pitfalls that Samsung encountered. The race among developers should not result in a compromise of quality because it could... See more
Elijah
I haven't used free antivirus software in a long time.  I always figured that  paid software would perform better.  I'm currently using Kaspersky and I think it gets the job done. 
Clyde33 - Edited
McAfee used to be my antivirus software of choice but it is quite bulky as compared to the rest. Is there any difference in using the Kaspersky Internet Security? Is it any different from the antivirus?
Boilerplate
I'm using  Bitdefender Total Security and I don't recommend it.  It seems to do a good job of stopping malware, but when it updates, it usually forces users to restart their computer.  It gets old. 
Clyde33
I haven't heard of the Bitdefender but if at all you are paying for this, it must be providing some security. Most software updates normally force a user to restart the computer but I often choose the option of restarting at a latter time.
Clyde33 - Edited
Are we ever going to see an end to these privacy violations with the company seemingly getting away with it every other time? I don't think Facebook is going to lose users anytime soon if at all they didn't leave after the Cambridge Analytica... See more
Clyde33
I quite agree that it is much better to prevent a wildfire from starting, as opposed to putting one out. A lot of what is mentioned is already happening but AI could get better with time anyway.
Harper
I'm loving the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, long battery life, and awesome camera.  Best yet is that it works with the Apple Pencil.  This latest version adds enough features that it's worth making the upgrade. 
Clyde33
I love everything else you've listed, except the Touch ID. For some reason, I have never quite wanted to familiarize myself with this feature. A long battery life really stands out.
Clyde33
It is something I would use as a necessity but I really like this idea. I remember a time when the laptop keyboard malfunctioned and I now see how useful this tip would have been.
Clyde33
I have a lot of unread emails in my inbox and I can remember getting the email from Google confirming that this feature would be expiring soon. I agree with @Techgirl that at times, people feel entitled to get most things for free. I would pay... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
Apple is known to always take time before adopting a trending technology. I am not surprised that it is looking to introduce a triple camera at this point and this will be exciting to most iPhone enthusiasts. Could this still be an attempt by... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
I remember falling in love with photography just by seeing the passion my dad had. He had this great camera that really served its purpose. These devices may be a good way to help kids stir and develop an interest in photography.
Clyde33 - Edited
Everyone would love the prospect of a hot bath tub at home except that the cost would deter a lot of people from purchasing this. Something you would consider after winning the lottery? i would go for the X200 SwimCross.
Clyde33 commented on Is This Creepy?
Gregp
If you had asked me this question, say, 5 years ago I would have said yes - it's creepy. Nowadays, location data is pretty commonplace. My phone is always bugging me to turn on location services to "serve me better" with some app. The data... See more
Clyde33
Try to picture the people that just click on those pop-ups without realizing that location services are being turned on? Are there instances where location data is shared without a user's go-ahead? I think it is really important for phone users... See more
Clyde33
I agree with most of what the article advocates for and the importance of a password manager cannot be overemphasized. I think that the last point will vary from one person to the other but overall, it is never advisable to make private... See more
Clyde33
Whether this revolution will shape how screens function in future will first and foremost, depend on the success of the Samsung foldable phone. I also hope that there will be value beyond the hype.
Timmyz
I was amused with the 10 Minute Mail and I never thought that there is an email provider that will give us 10 minutes to use it. That email would be good for testing websites that needed registration with an email.
Clyde33 - Edited
I almost thought this was a joke until I stumbled upon it in the article. I agree that temporary emails would come in handy when testing websites. Will things change when and if this service becomes fully fledged?
Clyde33
I love basketball too and quite agree that this is both an innovative and interesting piece of technology. It would be great to have most tracking capabilities with these self-lacing shoes.
Elijah
I sure hate to hear about jobs being made redundant and people facing unemployment.  According to the article education seems to be the safest field.  Unfortunately, it often requires a degree for a job that doesn't pay well.  
Clyde33 - Edited
I think that this is an idea whose time has come and it will not be easy to try and stop it. My only worry is that companies may rush to lay off people then end up spending more in the long run. Education seems to be sort of a long-term... See more
Clyde33
Hasn't the hype for 5G technology been there for the longest time? I am looking forward to the transfer speeds being 10 times higher than is possible with 4G. This optimism is slightly dimmed by the fact that these speeds will depend on factors... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
Everyone is talking about the Bird Box movie, often making me feel like I am lagging behind because I am yet to watch it. That aside, the editor gives these glasses a rating of 4.8/5. Somehow, I am tempted to think that it will be a huge hit.
Clyde33
The regulations require that those planning to fly drones in controlled airspace must get permission from the FAA. There is a greater need for the existing regulations to be strengthened, so that such inconveniences don't occur again.
Harper
Realistically, I think it matters most in terms of computer longevity and resale value more than anything else.  Other than that, I think people naturally stick with what they know. 
Clyde33 - Edited
On the other hand, most people purchase laptops without the thought that it can be resold in future. Brand seems to (subconsciously) dictate the laptop that will first cross a potential buyer's mind.
Clyde33
In their own words, the shift to the USB-C will bring a new set of capabilities like connecting to other accessories or high-resolution external displays. Wouldn't it have been easier to give the lightning port the same capabilities?
Clyde33 - Edited
The greatest challenge, as the article rightly puts it, stems from the fact that most spinal injuries result from crushed spinal cord tissue. Either way, this is just the beginning of a technology which when complete, would help millions of... See more
Clyde33
I stopped using the default iOS email app because truly speaking, it isn't as refined. I always get the dreaded 'Storage almost full' message because I opted not to use iCloud for my photos. Google photos will come in handy this time!
Gamerglitter
I'd rather pay a little more and get a Microsoft computer.  You can get good deals before Christmas and before the start of a new school year.  
Clyde33
The thing about deals is that you can only utilize them when there's a pressing need to purchase an item. Chromebooks are restrictive in every sense and they seem fit for a certain category of the population.
Clyde33 - Edited
This seems to be the direction that future technology will follow and it will be nice to see this become a reality. Won't the cost of phones with 3D holographic images be so high?
Clyde33
The danger with manufacturers copying each other is that the quality ends up being compromised. I would rather the cost of phones with a holographic capability remained high with no compromise on their quality.
Clyde33
There is plenty on offer at this year's CES. I am not a huge fan of curved TVs as well but I think that this ultra-wide gaming is nicely optimized for gaming. I wish I could get a hands-on experience of the same.
Verypunny
Wow, I'm surprised that Fortnite pulled in that much money for Epic Games!  It looks like they made a good bet on the fremium model being the wave of the future.  
Clyde33
I agree as well and this illustrates the importance of tying a strategy to future trends. Just like Sharkbait says, it is time for other companies to be on the spotlight.
Clyde33
I always love it when a review of a product is accompanied with the pricing information because at that point a consumer is able to decide whether or not to purchase the product.
Aba1940
I never, for once, believed those stories about phones exploding while charging. It is best to care about our safety by purchasing accessories that meet the safety threshold.
Clyde33
I guess this happens when phone owners purchase phone accessories that are not genuine. It makes a whole lot of difference when, as phone owners, we only go for the approved accessories. 
Clyde33
When you get used to one platform, there will always be that difficulty of trying to adapt to another mobile operating system. Would it have been easier for phone companies to develop their own dedicated operating systems?
Clyde33 - Edited
I have used Hangouts a few times before and I really did not understand the impression that Google was aiming to create with this app. At some point, there were good reviews about its video chatting feature. I guess people are much more... See more
Lachlan86
The product that stands out to me is the PhoneSoap3 Sanitizer. I hate thinking about all the germs on my phone! Also, the article states the device can used for cleaning other small objects such as money and keys. I think that sounds great. This... See more
Clyde33
I like the product too and for $60 only, I think this is great value for money. According to research, the average smartphone has 10 times the level of bacteria than a typical restroom. Isn't that scary?
Clyde33 - Edited
Even though I don't fancy the in-ear headphones, the writer's description of Apple's Airpods as having a distinctly average sound quality may actually be biased (but I stand corrected). I would go for the Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless... See more
Clyde33
I have never played this game before but reading through the article, I now understand a few things about the rules. To have a winter theme in the 7th season is pretty much creative and I think most players are going to like this.
Verypunny
I would love to learn how to code.  I've tried to learn Python in the past, but I just couldn't keep up with it due to work and other obligations.  I'm going to buckle down and try again. 
Clyde33 - Edited
Excelling at coding will definitely advance your career but I think that this requires more energy and dedication than most people imagine. In fact, it turns out that coding is a whole profession on its own. Enhancing your skills in spreadsheets... See more
Clyde33
Every other company out there seems to be keen on 'invading' people's privacy so as to build on targeted ads. I keep wondering how Facebook manages to survive such negative publicity. Are we going to experience less privacy (in the near future)... See more
Clyde33
I remember reading another review, indicating that this smartphone wasn't going to have a notch. The Galaxy S10 (according to rumors) will make use of the technology that allows for fingerprint sensors and camera modules to be placed underneath... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
I read a commentary about how Huawei (and particularly the Huawei Mate 20) is giving Apple a real run for their money. All the same, this phone is almost as costly as the iPhone brands launched recently but is it worth this price?
Clyde33
It is very daring for Facebook to introduce such a great product, at a time when it is fighting to win back trust from millions of users. Despite the pessimism surrounding the Portal, it probably is exciting a small portion of the population.
Clyde33 - Edited
The phrase "a dual Laser Vision projection system and epic Atmos speaker rig in a domestic space" just sums up what the experience will be like, in a 800-seat auditorium. I am really eager to know the film that will be showing when Dolby Cinema... See more
Clyde33
I would rate Apple highly, in terms of fast responses to customer issues. This entrenches trust that a solution can always be found whenever any technological hitches happen. 
Clyde33
There wont be any value for money if you have to feed each item of clothing into the FoldiMate. The Laundroid, on the other hand, is very effective but expensive too (a machine using AI will not be cheap by any estimation).
Clyde33
I think that for all it can offer, the price is quite pocket friendly. What I love most is being able to tell how much power a plugged device is using.
Ellemae
When I first saw it, I thought, what's so great about a power strip but I see it now haha I like this a lot and I think it would come in handy in my home, with all the different features it has!
Clyde33 - Edited
I love this device even though there isn't much talk of it online. Would anyone know how much this costs? Anything that can be controlled by an app is really worth acquiring.
Funflame
The market is big. I'm sure the newcomers will find their own niche given enough time. Many devices are still expensive, and the content provided can be further expanded. I'm looking forward to seeing what kind of surprises they will bring, and... See more
Clyde33
This is true. I tend to be brand loyal but a lot is happening and soon, consumers may be lost for choice. Technology keeps changing for the better anyway!
Clyde33
Facebook has made its mark as a social media giant and any attempt to compete with Apple, Amazon or any other established company out there, could either be a hit or miss. 
Clyde33 commented on Xiaomi Mi Band 3
Clyde33 - Edited
I have heard of this brand before and like Gamerglitter, I do not like the way it looks. IMO, a smartwatch's appearance is what first strikes a potential consumer and yes, a lot more could have been done to improve this product. Do Xiaomi's... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
These issues were there but iOS 12.0.1 seems to have fixed the bug. It is normal for hitches to be experienced after software updates but what makes a huge difference is the timing of the solution to them.
Dennis
The accident is old news, but not one we should ever forget. This is one of the many examples of why we should not let robots take over our daily chores. I'll say let the machines do the physical work such as packing or transporting, but any... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
Very true. A lot could go wrong if robots are left unchecked, when performing certain sensitive tasks. Robotics and AI are two concepts that have taken the globe by storm. The difference will be in the accuracy of the various algorithms used.
Harper
I have both an Amazon Fire HD and an Apple iPad.  I prefer my iPad because it's faster and I just think it works better overall, but I'm constantly worried about breaking it, getting it wet, and dropping it.  On the other hand, my Amazon tablet... See more
Clyde33
I am considering buying the iPad because of the reviews I have read online. Do you use these tablets for different purposes? How would you compare them side-by-side with respect to their performance?
Clyde33 - Edited
It is interesting that I am reading this while actually upgrading my device from iOS 11 and it is almost obvious that I will love this experience. I have heard several people talk of improved performance and that is what I really hope to... See more
Clyde33
I think that limiting the time we spend on electronic gadgets is highly effective in ensuring that there is a balance in every sphere of our lives. The article mainly talks about the danger of overexposing our children and I quite agree that we... See more
Sphera
I was going to say that it would be a worthy addition to your existing Apple gadgets, but the compatibility with other brands rebutted my comment. If you exercise a lot and want to monitor your condition all the time, the smartwatch does make a... See more
Clyde33 - Edited
The thing with Apple products (just like the article opines)  is that once you're locked in, it is hard to get out. Are you talking about a compatibility with other brands, outside Apple?
Clyde33
Apple remains the world's most innovative company but it seems to slowly be losing ground to the likes of Oppo and Vivo. To some extent, I agree with you that fortunes for the giant company are not as they used to be.
Clyde33
I actually have both and I just recently got a tablet because of a new assignment that required me to travel most times and so the portability of the tablet came in handy. For this reason, I use both of these devices interchangeably.

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