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After an extensive advertising campaign, Telstra’s new loyalty program launched today, allowing customers to earn points on eligible purchases - which can be redeemed for discounts on some new tech.
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With Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux 2, a full Linux kernel running in Windows, and Google's pledge that all future Chromebooks will be able to run Linux apps, 2019 is the year of Linux on the desktop.
RCA has announced a 100th anniversary Android smartphone and it's definitely vintage.
Sonos CEO Patrick Spence has confirmed that Google's smart assistant will begin to roll out for Sonos One and Sonos Beam owners from next week.
Windows Search will now power File Explorer within Windows 10 Build 18894, apparently solving one of the issues with the May 2019 Update that's rolling out soon.
As part of its investor day conference, Intel disclosed the existence of the 10nm Tiger Lake chip, as well as more performance details on Ice Lake and Lakefield.
Google's new, affordable Pixel 3a can be had for even cheaper if you buy it from one of these stores.
After being forced to extend its 14nm Core processors by several years, Intel now says it can launch both 10nm and 7nm products within two years.
Microsoft's bringing back PowerToys as an open-source project on GitHub.
Good Shepherd has announced will be publishing a new John Wick videogame developed by award-winning indie dev Mike Bithell later this year.
One of the highlighted features of Google's new $399 Pixel 3a is free unlimited storage in high quality with Google Photos. But it's not really a benefit at all.
Gaming laptops are traditionally full of compromises. They can pack so much power chassis become oversized and unwieldy, and generate so much heat performance gets throttled to facilitate cooling. When these issues are mitigated, you can be left with a laptop which is just not very good at gaming.
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