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From bulky behemoths to slim devices: How computers evolved into the powerful gadgets that we can scarcely live without today
Today’s slim laptops and powerful desktops owe their existence to a personal computer that sparked a revolution 39 years ago.
Notebooks and tablets that have the Chrome OS operating system have had access to a full range of software for some time.
Samsung's latest flapship model, the Note 20 series, was unveiled along with five other devices: the Galaxy Z Fold 2 smartphone, Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ tablets, Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch and Galaxy Buds Live wireless earbuds.
Apple Inc has acquired Mobeewave Inc, a startup with technology that could transform iPhones into mobile payment terminals, according to people familiar with the matter.
Children and teenagers in Germany spent 75% more time playing digital games during the coronavirus crisis than usual, a joint study by a German health insurance company and researchers from the University Medical Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf has shown.
From streaming content to social media apps and e-learning, modern day parents are expected to help their children stay informed and safe online.
The Covid-19 pandemic is creating a deeper appreciation for things such as one’s health, getting together with friends, the great outdoors – and printers. Yes, home printers, those clunky deskside contraptions of a bygone era, are suddenly making a comeback, and it may outlast this crisis.
iPhone maker Apple, the target of EU antitrust investigations into key segments of its business, on Tuesday rejected accusations of market dominance, saying it competes with Google, Samsung and other rivals.
Microsoft Corp was never going to rival Apple Inc in retail, or gain much from it. The coronavirus pandemic provided a good opportunity to face that fact and throw in the towel.
Homegrown companies in Ipoh and Sitiawan prove that high tech outfits can thrive in a small town. Their services have expanded abroad but their headquarters remain where they started.