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Carlos Rocha
Tech Reviewer, Computer Engineer, Geek and IT Enthusiast. I have a passion for photography and all stages involved in producing great photos.
Tech Reviewer, Computer Engineer, Geek and IT Enthusiast. I have a passion for photography and all stages involved in producing great photos.
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Apple stops selling the 2015 MacBook Pro
If you’re in the market for a MacBook Pro that doesn’t exclusively use USB-C ports, you’re out of luck. Today,  as noted by  9to5Mac , Apple ceased sales of the 2015 MacBook Pro, its last prosumer laptop to include useful ports, including USB-A, HDMI, and a...
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Pokémon Go finally has some competition... two years later
The summer of 2016 was filled with sunshine and pokéballs. Two years ago, Niantic unleashed  Pokémon Go  on the world, and parks and city streets were filled with people who were trying to catch a Squirtle or Pikachu. And while the fervor has died down quit...
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Vivo Nex coming out on July 19 India release starting at Rs. 48,990
After launching the   Vivo Nex   in China, the company had sent invites for the launch of its flagship device in India on   July 19 . Now, ahead of the launch, the device has been spotted on Amazon, revealing that it will be priced starting at Rs. 48,990 an...
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MacBook Pro 2018 Models Feature a Touch Bar and 'Hey Siri' Support
Apple has confirmed that its  new 2018 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models  feature support for hands-free "Hey Siri." From its website, emphasis ours: Featured on the 13- and 15‑inch models with Touch Bar, the Apple T2 chip includes a Secure Enclave coproces...
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YouTube launches new tool for finding and removing unauthorized re-uploads
Re-uploading videos on   YouTube  is a favorite of scammy channels that try to profit from other people’s work. Copyright owners already have a number of ways to protect their content, but   today , the service is introducing a new tool that automatically s...
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Magic Leap One coming this summer, will run on Nvidia Tegra X2
After a few years of waiting, Magic Leap says it will finally ship its first hardware this summer. The company has already detailed that the Magic Leap One would be shipping the device in 2018, but after scant follow-up it was a little dubious whether they ...
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Nikon 1 lineup of mirrorless cameras discontinued
Nikon hasn’t found much success with its efforts to expand from DSLRs into the mirrorless camera market. The company made a halfhearted attempt to chip away at Sony, Panasonic, Olympus, and other mirrorless specialists a few years ago with the Nikon 1 line,...
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Google’s Gboard keyboard now lets you communicate through Morse code on both Android and iOS
Google today announced that it is bringing Morse code as an input method to Gboard for iOS. The company first integrated Morse code into the Android version of Gboard (in beta form) shortly after its I/O 2018 keynote. Alongside the debut on iOS, Google says...
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Magic Leap's launching mixed reality headset in the summer
Magic Leap is finally providing more tangible details about the launch of its mixed reality headset. During a developer chat on Twitch, the company revealed that the Creator Edition of its One headset should be available sometime later this summer.... read ...
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Opera tests an Android in-browser cryptocurrency wallet
Opera is embracing the cryptocurrency movement by testing an Ethereum wallet in its Android mobile browser. It makes Opera the first major browser to add a built-in crypto wallet. You can import an existing wallet or create a new one, and it allows read mor...
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