Category: Tech Commentary

Share Experience Changed for Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft detailed today the changes coming to the “Share” experience coming in the Creators Update, officially releasing to automatic updates next week. First and foremost, the icon used for sharing is being updated to reflect a more common share icon used in other applications and platforms. On the developer side Microsoft has detailed this is an Read More

Cube i7 Book: Unboxing & First Impressions

The Cube i7 Book is the late 2016 successor to the Cube i7 Stylus, a previously well built tablet from Cube with single position keyboard dock. The new Cube i7 Book now has a full hinged removable keyboard that goes from closed to full yoga style tent mode, and supports flipping 180 degrees as well to Read More

Google Gnome: The Smart Yard Is Finally Here.

This afternoon Google kicked off the annual tech and gaming companies entry into April Fools Day (tomorrow) with the cheeky announcement of Google Gnome. Marketed with plenty of humour as the Google Home…for your yard.   Read more on the Google Gnome “announcement” on the Google Gnome – Store page, and have a great Friday afternoon 🙂 Read More

iPhone 7 (RED) Announced with proper iPhone SE Storage

Along with the quiet iPad refresh press releases yesterday, Apple announced the launch of the Product (RED) iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 models. While they don’t involve any spec changes, the strong colour is striking, and Apple had this to say on the special edition: “Since we began working with (RED) 10 years ago, our Read More

Apple Quietly Refreshes iPad and iPad Mini

Early yesterday morning via a quick press release and no fanfare, Apple announced a refresh of the 9.7″ iPad, dropping the “Pro” moniker, as well as a lesser refresh for the iPad Mini 4.   iPad 9.7″ – March 2017 Refresh Updated Retina Display to: 2048 x 1536 Update to Apple 64-Bit A9 Processor Storage Read More

Windows 10 Shortcuts to Manage Tasks Efficiently

Any time we’re introduced to a new operating system, at home or at work, our most common approach is to make it work the way our previous version did. In other words for many work and professional users often coming from Windows 7, we do everything to make it works like Windows 7, we keep Read More

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