Archive for October, 2018

Apple revs up MacBook Air

Apple’s iconic MacBook Air has finally been overhauled and it’s not before time.

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Apple launches devices galore

Two iPad Pros, and a revamped MacBook Air and Mac Mini were announced at an upbeat Apple event overnight in New York.

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TeamViewer rolls out AR support

Fancy pointing your phone’s camera at a complex electronic panel, and having an expert remotely draw an arrow showing you the next switch to press?

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Dentistry made virtually pain-free

It can be the most painful part of a visit — that anaesthetic prick after you sit down in the dentist’s chair.

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Apple’s next-gen devices unveiled

Apple is readying to launch a new iPad Pro, and possibly new MacBooks including a replacement for the MacBook Air.

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Rush into video editing on the go

Adobe has beefed up its video editing repertoire with Premiere Rush CC, which lets you edit on multiple devices.

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Show time for home assistants

It’s show time for personal home assistants.

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Blurring lines between iPhones

It’s an onerous question. ‘Could you bother taking portrait shots of cats that don’t have a blurred background?’

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Gab in strife after US massacre

The Twitter alternative could fold after evidence the synagogue shooting accused peddled religious hatred on the site.

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Does Twitter need an edit button?

Twitter has inadvertently become a medium of record, but one celebrity’s tweet has users demanding an edit button.

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Screen out the dark phone calls

Allow your phone to do the work in screening out unwanted and inconvenient calls.

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