+ Tuesday September 24th, 2019

Tablets, Laptops and Chrome

Google to announce more Stadia information including pricing and game reveals this Thursday (US Time)

Prior to next week’s E3 gaming conference in Los Angeles Google are holding a live stream event this week to announce some Stadia-specific details. The stream is set to start at 2am this coming Friday morning AEST and is expected to reveal which games will arrive first, the price and …

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Dell’s newly announced XPS 2-in-1 features 10th gen Intel processors

Dell’s XPS laptops have always been lustworthy machines with excellent hardware, great build quality and attractive designs. The newly announced XPS 13 2-in-1 is no exception – Dell’s latest convertible features all the updates from the main lineup, and even surpasses them in certain areas. The new laptop’s screen marks …

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Project Limitless: Qualcomm and Lenovo unveil world’s first 5G PC powered by Snapdragon 8cx processor

During the industry keynote ahead of Computex 2019, Lenovo and Qualcomm worked together to reveal the world’s first 5G PC today. The laptop is an Always Connected PC (expect to see that lingo floating around a lot in the coming months), powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cx 5G compute platform – …

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Is Google finally preparing the Pixelbook 2? Chromebooks with updated specs appear on Geekbench

It’s been a while since Google released an updated Chromebook. The Pixelbook was released alongside the Pixel 2 back in the heady days of 2017, and remains Google’s premium, flagship laptop. The Pixelbook also remains elusive, in that Google won’t sell them to us in Australia. That’s okay though, the …

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Samsung delivers Android Pie update to Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 owners in more regions .. but not Australia (yet)

In the category of “almost good” news for Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 users, the Android Pie update seems to be edging closer and closer. According to SamMobile, the update to Android Pie has been released in a number of markets overseas, but sadly Australia isn’t amongst them. If you’re in …

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