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Technologies has addressed one of the more time-consuming aspects of the audio workflow with an upgrade to its DK T7 audio meter.
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I'd bet that if you polled 10 PC users on the best way to use the desktop on Windows you'd get 11 different answers.
I think tablets are good for consuming media, not for doing office work. I think Microsoft is in the right direction if they want to merge tablets and laptops.
I'm sure that Apple is responding to the Surface Pro 3. And too, we're seeing the beginnings of a predictable shift away from laptops, to these more capable tablets.
PanARMENIAN.Net - Microsoft's 12-inch Surface Pro 3, goes on sale in 25 new markets, expanding its so-far limited availability beyond Canada, Japan, and the U.S., according to ZDNet.
Today Leap Motion is launching a mount for its PC peripheral that lets you track your hands in virtual reality applications by attaching it to the front of the Oculus Rift or other headsets.
Resizing and repositioning windows on the PC desktop is such a fundamental task that you'll almost do it without thinking.
I am sure there are many opinions on the subject but for me the only reason to own an iPhone is if you aagree with Jobs' idiosyncratic vision or don't care enough to do better.
We're not saying that Apple, Microsoft, Mozilla and company should put up the white flag or anything, but let's face it: Google Chrome is the best all-round web browser around.
If you own a MacBook Air, Microsoft Surface, or any Ultrabook that's too thin to fit an ethernet jack, this USB adapter has gigabit speeds, and is a great gadget to keep in your bag for those rare moments where you can't get good Wi-Fi.
Though Apple has of late declared war on computer mice of all shapes and sizes in an attempt to bring users into the sanctum of the Trackpad, there are still plenty of people who've stuck with an independently moving computer mouse, whether through necessity or because they prefer it ergonomically.
At launch, Windows 8 was a mess. It was a brave and -- arguably -- necessary attempt by Microsoft to re-invent its operating system and keep it relevant as the world transitioned towards mobile computing, and tablets in particular.
Neowin Senior Editor and Columnist Brad Sams appears to have access to the most recent test builds, possibly on a daily basis.
As opposed to our last edition, this month's System Guide catches the market in a bit of a lull.
Intel officials at the Computex show in June broached the idea of "wire-free" computing, a vision of a world where computing devices do not have to use cables to hook up to displays, keyboards or mice, and where they don't need to be plugged into a socket to recharge.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 06:32 pm
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