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Their views are far apart on nearly every issue related to technology and the tech industry.
Cortana, Windows 10’s built-in virtual assistant, is both really cool and really creepy.
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Donald Trump doesn’t believe in hard facts, writes Rob Enderle. Trump is essentially the living definition of confirmation bias, which is a company killer and will likely be the downfall of Trump.
As it expands from a box to a platform, the Apple TV could transform home entertainment.
NBN: ACCC needs to start with itself when addressing dodgy broadband performance claims. Then move on to the nbn company
You probably haven’t noticed that the nbn company has been producing some high-budget videos which educate us on the benefits of the National Broadband Network lately. There are many issues with that first sentence thanks to an overwhelming amount of...
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The MacBook Pro hasn't seen an update in 14 months. The Mac mini and Mac Pro are faring even worse. As the days between updates pile up, people are starting to wonder whether Apple cares about the Mac at all.
A Chromebook is a lot cheaper than a MacBook, and it's capable enough for a lot of people.
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A string of marketing and recruiting missteps suggests the company is desperate to be noticed by the younger set.
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