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Samsung Galaxy Book S đź”—

Samsung Galaxy Book S đź”—

Samsung’s new Galaxy Book S via The Verge Samsung just announced the Galaxy Book S, a new ultralight laptop powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cx processor, onstage at its Unpacked event. It looks a little less like a Surface Laptop than we originally thought when we first saw the leaks, but it’s not far off. More importantly, with that Qualcomm processor it will perform much differently: with much longer battery life, but much less horsepower. What happens when you take the most powerful smartphone parts, add a thirteen inch monitor, and start running windows? You get a possibly under-powered laptop with always on internet and...

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Killed By Google

Killed By Google

Killed By Google, is a website that describes itself as the Google Graveyard. An index of all the services, devices, and programs Google has ended over the years. 155 in total at the time of this blog posts. It is interesting to go through and see how many you actually remember, and also how many used to be a part of our everyday routine.  I remember using Google Reader and Google Wave almost daily. Wave was a great product that no one seemed to understand.  You can also see many Google acquisitions that never turned into anything or just got...

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Apple Knowledge Navigator

Apple Knowledge Navigator

Siri, folding screens, AI, the iPad, and more as Apple predicted them in 1987. This is a promotional video put out by Apple to showcase a concept product called The Knowledge Navigator.  It’s interesting to see all these features that are in computers now being though about as science fiction in 1987, and how they thought they would work. It’s neat to see these modern technologies with the old MacOS interface style. And bonus points for the soundtrack.

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Skullcandy Fully Wireless Earbuds

Skullcandy Fully Wireless Earbuds

Skullcandy has released their first version of truly wireless earbuds. Called, Skullcandy Push, these earbuds feature 6 hours of listening time, plus more hours with the charging case. The earbuds currently on come on one color, Psychotropical Teal, and cost $129.99. I've been a longtime fan of Skullcandy headphones and will be interested in trying these out. Skullcandy has a good reputation of making better than average headphones for a fair price. If you pick up a pair, let us know how they sound in the comments. 

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