Raspberry Pi is the go-to choice for affordable computing, and the platform just increased its likeability. Meet PIXEL, a user interface that turns the Raspbian OS into a well-rounded operating system that is easy on the eyes.
HP has apologized for blocking third-party ink cartridges from being used in its printers. The company is preparing an optional update that will remove the restriction, but the Electronic Frontier Foundation wants HP to do more than that.
IBM Watson will soon be used to help third grade teachers prepare lessons for their students. Initially, the system will be helpful to math teachers but more subjects are expected to be added in the near term.
Full steam ahead seems to be Samsung’s motto when it comes to releasing new solid state drives. In this vein, the company added more to its lineup in the form of the 960 PRO and EVO.
Lenovo announced that its Yoga 900 and 900S laptops, which feature 360-degree hinges, do not support Linux. This issue is attributed to a limitation on both of the devices’ controller system.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 is hit with battery drain issues again after August’s firmware update. The problem first appeared in models with Simplo cells, but this time around, the affected units are packing in LGC ones.
Huawei released its MateBook and placed it in some cute video ads featuring the 2-in-1 alongside the Surface Pro 4 and iPad Pro. Less cute is MateBook’s attitude, which pokes fun at the iPad Pro at every occasion.
InFocus unveiled ‘the world’s first modular notebook,’ introducing the intriguing Kangaroo Notebook. The gadget comes with a display, dock, and two separate PC modules with their own CPU, storage and RAM, boasting a new level of content segregation and…
Dell slips up and leaks the upcoming XPS 13-9360, which sports Intel’s 7th generation Kaby Lake processors. The new laptop also comes with improved battery life and a rose gold color scheme.
Nvidia is settling the memory issue surrounding the GeForce GTX 970, and that means eligible customers in the United States can now claim a $30 refund.