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Qualcomm unveiled the new Snapdragon X50 5G modem. The company says in a tech news website that it’s the first to unveil a commercial modem designed for next-gen phone manufacturers, and help network operators with their 5G testing. This Snapdragon X50 supports 5G operations in the 28GHz band. Qualcomm said that the Snapdragon X50 can achieve speeds almost 400 times faster than the current average 4G download speed of the 13.5Mbps as it uses very wide bandwidths available in the next-generation 28GHz millimetre wave band combined with...

Biostar unveiled a new addition to their range in the form of a mini PC system called the Biostar Racing P1. It is literally a pocket-sized PC which can fit in your pockets, its small size and light weight make it ideal to bring anywhere. But it goes beyond just practicality and also portability as the RACING P1 brings with it the pedigree of the RACING series along with its signature VIVID LED DJ for unrivaled customization like its motherboard counterparts. Limited size but limitless creativity! The unit had a surface mimicking steel...

It has finally happened now: an SD card has now broken the 1 terabyte threshold. SanDisk has unveiled the biggest SD card in the world, it is a prototype card with an outrageous 1 terabyte of memory. The new 1TB capacity is just a prototype for now, meaning there is not pricing or availability date yet, but the company has launched a 512GB version for $800, so it is likely to be expensive whenever it does land. But you get more storage space than typically ships with the base configuration of the most home computers, so premium pricing...

Razer has announced a major update on Razer Blade Stealth that packs in more RAM, more options for storage and a bigger battery at PAX. Earlier this year, Razer took their first jump into the Ultrabook ring with the Razer Blade Stealth. Announced at 2016 CES, this was an incredibly thin and light notebook which featured a Core i7 U series processor, optional UHD display, and an aluminum chassis. The really interesting part was that Razer priced it at just a $999 starting price, which is not inexpensive, but for a Core i7 Ultrabook, it...

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If you’re still not paying much attention to big data, then you’re in big danger of missing the boat. Over the past year or so, big data and all its implications have been having a pretty profound impact on businesses of all sizes and niches. As collection, analysis and interpretation have all become more accessible, businesses all over the world have been affected in a number of different ways. Here, we’ll look at some of the most significant ways that big data has changed business. First and foremost, the big data explosion has...

BIOSTAR redefines the norm of motherboard with the release of its latest ‘H110MH PRO D4’, which boasts several advanced features, to transform the PC into a full professional entertainment and office hub. The company says the new board includes Intel’s H110 single chip architecture with supports the latest 6th Generation Intel Core processors. It also has two DIMM slots which support up to 32GB of dual channel DDR4 2133/1867Mhz. The board integrates the core features of the new BIOSTAR PRO series featuring the Tough Power...

Dell XPS 13 VS Microsoft Surface Pro 4, which one is better? And which one suits you best? We discuss all about these laptops prices, specs, release dates and everything here,  just read on. Dell XPS 13 Price VS Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Price Dell’s inspiring 13 inch laptop was released last year in 2015. It’s a compact and beautifully design laptop with strong specs and hardware features. This astonishing Dell XPS 13 price is considered around $999 (roughly AU$1303 and £776). While the Microsoft Surface Pro price was set for approximately...

What is a modern business without great software? Of course, what software is great is sort of a matter of opinion. Many business owners will swear by sticking to common freeware or Microsoft Office suites. But there are so many software solutions for different business aspects. It’s crazy not to give them at least a look! This here is a list of great software that can be a boon to any office. Storage and sharing When people think about storage and sharing in modern business, they usually think about the cloud. And, indeed, the cloud...

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What is remote work exactly? Essentially it means working outside of your traditional office, most often at home. It is becoming common practice for businesses to allow their employees to telecommute. Many businesses are moving to the cloud at least partially; allowing for employees to work remotely. Employees no longer have to be in office to get their jobs done because their work can be retrieved from almost anywhere. While remote work provides great convenience for some and can be economically beneficial for businesses many employers...