Category Archives: PC/Laptops

HP Envy x360 With AMD Ryzen Processor Launched in India; New Notebooks, Desktop Also Launched

HP on Tuesday launched the new Envy x360 premium convertible notebook in India that is powered by AMD’s Ryzen processor. The new model, which comes as the successor to the Envy x360 that was showcased at the 14th Cannes Film Festival back in May last year, features an angular Damascus pattern, a display with thin

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Windows 10 October 2018 Update Patch Now Giving Blue Screen of Death Issues, Some Users Report

Microsoft, earlier this week, said that all known issues in the Windows 10 October 2018 Update have been identified and fixed. It also started re-releasing the key update. However, following the Windows 10 update file deletion problem, Microsoft appears to be facing yet another major issue. Some users are now reporting that Blue Screen of

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Mac Shipments Decline Over 11 Percent in Q3, Apple Only Top 5 Vendor to ‘Underperform’: IDC

While Apple is anticipated to refresh its Mac lineup with the launch of new MacBook models in the coming days, a new report has shown that the company underperformed in the overall PC market, seeing a dip in Mac shipments. The report, which has been released by International Data Corporation (IDC), claims that the Cupertino

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Microsoft Makes 60,000 Patents Open Source in Bid to Help Linux, Joins Open Invention Network

After waging years of legal battles against firms working on open source technologies, Microsoft is now joining the Open Invention Network (“OIN”), a community dedicated to protecting Linux and other open source software programmes from patent risk. The decision reflects a change in attitude of the software giant which earlier considered open sources technologies a

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Razer Blade 15 Base Model With Toned-Down Specs, Mercury White Limited Edition Announced

Gaming brand Razer on Thursday announced the launch of a new base model in its Razer Blade 15 gaming notebook series, originally launched in June 2018. Claimed to be the “world’s smallest 15.6-inch laptop”, the Razer Blade 15’s base model now offers dual SSD + HDD storage, and retains the 0.78-inch thin chassis. The company

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Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale Now Open to All: Best Deals on Mobiles, TVs, Printers, and More

Amazon’s Great Indian Festival sale is now open for everyone, almost 12 hours after starting exclusively for Prime members. The sale includes offers on all major product categories including smartphones, LED TVs, speakers, accessories, appliances, and a lot more. State Bank of India debit card users can get 10 percent instant discount and additional cashback

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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Says Welcomes Scrutiny of Tech Industry That Has Roiled Competition

Software companies should welcome the harsh spotlight that’s been put on the technology industry this year, Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella said in an interview at its 500-acre campus in Redmond, Washington. “Having the scrutiny is actually good, I think,” he said. The tech industry shouldn’t think of it as “attacks on us,” he added.

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HP Chromebook x360 14 With Full-HD Touch Display, 8th Gen Intel Processors Launched; Asus Chromebook Flip C432 Also Debuts

HP Chromebook x360 14 has been unveiled as premium Chrome OS machine with a convertible form factor. The new Chromebook model comes with a starting price of $599 or around Rs. 44,400. As a successor to the original HP Chromebook x360 that had an 11-inch display, the Chromebook x360 14 features a 14-inch full HD

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Intel Announces 9th Gen Desktop Core i9-9900K With 8 Cores, New Core X-Series, and Updated Xeon Processor

Intel has taken the wraps off three new 9th Gen desktop Core CPUs for gamers and mainstream users, as well as a new range of Core X-Series CPUs and also a Xeon consumer workstation CPU for extremely demanding content creators. The highlight of the new 9th Gen lineup is the Core i9-9900K with eight cores

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US Department of Homeland Security Says No Reason to Doubt Firms’ China Hack Denials

The US Department of Homeland Security said on Saturday it currently had no reason to doubt statements from companies that have denied a Bloomberg report that their supply chains were compromised by malicious computer chips inserted by Chinese intelligence services. “The Department of Homeland Security is aware of the media reports of a technology supply chain

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