A brief history of Apple iPad models 2010-2019 (Gallery)

The first-generation iPad was unveiled by the then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs on Jan. 27, 2010, with the Wi-Fi variant released in the US on April 3, followed up by the Wi-Fi and cellular variant April 30 (the iPad was subsequently released in Australia, Canada, France, Japan, Italy, Germany, Spain, Switzerland and the UK on May […]

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Garmin Venu review: Vibrant AMOLED display makes this one of the best GPS sports watches for the masses Review

Garmin announced four new GPS sports watches at IFA in September and since then I’ve tried out and enjoyed using the Garmin Vivoactive 4. A couple weeks ago, the new Garmin Venu arrived and it may be my new daily watch. The Garmin Venu is available now for $399.99 in four different colors with one […]

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Apple: Here’s why iPhone 11 uses location data even though you’ve told it not to

Owners of an iPhone XS: Is it worth upgrading to the iPhone 11 Pro? Apple just announced the first iPhone with a Pro name. But is it really that much better than the iPhone XS? Apple has finally explained why the iPhone 11 continues to use location data even after its owner denies all apps […]

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The minds that built AI and the writer who adored them

What a keen observer saw in the first six years of AI Tiernan Ray explains that Pamela McCorduck, who wrote a groundbreaking history of AI, returns with a very personal tale of the humans who shaped AI such as John McCarthy and Marvin Minsky. Read more: https://zd.net/2Dlbrwl Forty-one years ago, Pamela McCorduck wrote a history […]

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Huawei Nova 5T, hands on: An appealing mid-range smartphone Review

  The last Huawei handset I reviewed for ZDNet was the £899 P30 Pro, a stunning high-end quad-camera phone. But Huawei also plays in the middle of the smartphone market, which is where the Nova 5T sits. This is a tricky spot, because it pits Huawei squarely against its sister company Honor, whose heartland is […]

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The PC was supposed to die a decade ago. Instead, this happened

    How the PC has evolved over the past decade Back in 2010, when Apple launched the iPad, it looked like the PC was an endangered species. Ed Bott explains how 10 years of technical progress helped the PC survive. Read more: https://zd.net/38xcvvs Not all that long ago, tech pundits were convinced that by […]

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Dynabook Portégé A30-E review: A basic business laptop with all-day battery life Review

  We have reviewed two Dynabook laptops since Toshiba’s PC business was rebranded at the beginning of 2019: the Tecra A50 and the Portégé X30. Now we’re looking at another 13.3-inch model in the Portégé range — the A30. Like the X30, this line has been going for a few years — the E in […]

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Latest from the SDN-NFV World Congress: Where the Rubber Meets the Road

We just had another two major events, The Mobile World Congress in Los Angeles and The SDN-NFV World Congress in the Netherlands. These events focused on SDN, NFV and 5G technologies, which I have been covering in my InFocus blogs for the past few years. In accordance, my colleagues have been asking me several questions. What […]

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Quick tip: How to run Wi-Fi diagnostics on your Mac

MacOS Catalina 10.15: Bugs and security updates Arbitrary code execution and memory vulnerabilities may impact Mac machines. There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to connect to a Wi-Fi network and something is playing up (OK, maybe setting up a printer is worse). In an effort to ‘streamline and simplify’ the operating system, Apple has buried […]

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HEX 4-in-1 case for the Apple iPhone 11 Pro: Folio, wallet, case alone modes are up to you

Owners of an iPhone XS: Is it worth upgrading to the iPhone 11 Pro? Apple just announced the first iPhone with a Pro name. But is it really that much better than the iPhone XS? Over the past decade I have tested plenty of folio cases for my smartphones, but after a couple of weeks […]

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