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  • Microsoft Edge taps AI to make grainy images look nice and crisp in your browser
    If images begin to look sharper on Microsoft Edge compared to other browsers, there’s a reason for that. Microsoft is building in what it calls a “Turing Image Super Resolution engine” into Microsoft Edge, “upscaling” low-resolution images with higher fidelity. In effect, Edge will create a higher-resolution image using artificial intelligence, where it didn’t exist […]
  • Tested: AMD’s Ryzen 7 6800U brings big performance to the tiniest laptops
    With the launch of its first Ryzen 6000 mobile processors earlier this year, AMD supercharged the performance of lighter laptops. Before, you had to look to five or six pound laptops to get the kind of power now available in a three-and-a-half pound notebook. But that release was from the AMD’s beefier H-class processors—chips with […]
  • AMD’s FSR 2.0 makes a strong first impression—even on Steam Deck
    AMD has released its new Fidelity Super FX Super Resolution 2.0, and that’s awesome news for the Steam Deck. If you don’t know why, you’re probably not alone. This is some complex graphics technology, and how and why it makes games run better on devices like the Steam Deck takes some explaining. Luckily, Keith May […]
  • How to get Windows cheap (or even for free)
    Windows licenses are expensive—almost painfully so. Shelling out $139 for Windows 10 Home or $200 for Windows 10 Pro feels rough when Linux is free, since that much cash is easily a third of a budget PC build. Even if you want to run Windows 11, you’re best off getting a Windows 10 license on […]
  • Get this SteelSeries wireless gaming headset for just $55
    Listen up headset fans! We’ve found an excellent deal on a wireless headset today. Adorama is selling the SteelSeries Arctis 1 wireless gaming headset for $55. That’s $45 off the usual price. The Arctis 1 wireless works with all the major gaming systems including PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. It uses a 2.4GHz wireless […]
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  • These incredible CT scans will make you fall in love with the iPod all over again
    The iPod may be gone, but we’ll never forget how incredible Apple’s portable music player was. To mark its incredible run, the team at Lumafield has put the iPod under its Neptune scanner to show off just how remarkable and revolutionary it was–and how it evolved over the years. Lumafield chose three models for scanning: […]
  • Apple Arcade FAQ: ‘Warped Kart Racers’ is now available
    Gaming subscription services are all the rage now, but Apple Arcade isn’t quite like Google Stadia or Xbox Game Pass. So if you’ve got questions about it, we’ve got plenty of answers. Updated 05/13/22: Warped Kart Racers is now available. What is Apple Arcade? Apple Arcade is a gaming subscription service for iPhone, iPad, Mac, […]
  • Why a refurbished iPad could be the best tablet for you
    Apple’s current tablet line-up includes the iPad mini (6th gen), iPad (9th gen), iPad Air (5th gen) and M1 versions of the iPad Pros. With so many options, the refurbished iPad market has expanded, too. But which is the best way to buy an iPad: new, pre-owned, or refurbished? And what’s the difference? In this […]
  • Apple TV+: ‘Now & Then’ and and more episodes of ‘Harriet the Spy’ are now streaming
    Apple has planted its own flag in the streaming wars with Apple TV+, its in-house streaming service that focuses almost entirely on original programming rather than an extensive library of existing TV shows or movies. The service launched on November 1, 2019, and has been steadily releasing original content ever since. The COVID pandemic had […]
  • JBL’s new TUNE wireless earbuds boast ANC and a 40-hour battery life at an affordable price
    Phone manufacturers started to ditch the humble 3.5mm headphone jack from its phones back in 2016, and in 2022 you’ll struggle to find a flagship phone with one included – though, rather ironically, it’s still prevalent on budget smartphones. That means consumers have been making the switch from wired to wireless, with the most popular […]
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  • The essential guide to iCloud login
    The iCloud login process provides plenty of value without requiring a great deal of thought. Here's what do need to know about iCloud login and how to get the most from it.What is iCloud login? First, a swift recap of the basic concepts:Apple’s iCloud powers numerous apps and services and acts as a glue to […]
  • Some tech firms hit the pause button on hiring
    Salesforce is apparently the latest firm to hit the brakes on recruitment as reports of hiring freezes and layoffs affecting tech workers ramp up. Twitter, Meta, and Uber are among the companies that have slowed hiring for a variety of reasons in recent weeks, amid rising inflation and an on-going stock market sell-off.“Since the onset […]
  • Customer obsession begins with owning the customer’s problem
    Years ago, I was walking through a parking lot in Mountain View, CA, when I bumped into Scott Cook, the founder of Intuit, the software firm known for such blockbuster financial applications as Quicken, QuickBooks, and TurboTax.As we briefly chatted, I mentioned that I was a Quicken user. Cook’s eyes narrowed as he leaned toward […]
  • What’s so great about Google’s ‘translation glasses’?
    Google teased translation glasses at last week's Google I/O developer conference, holding out the promise that you can one day talk with someone speaking in a foreign language, and see the English translation in your glasses.Company execs demonstrated the glasses in a video; it showed not only “closed captioning” — real-time text spelling out in the same […]
  • Podcast: Could hardware supply chain issues upend Apple’s WWDC plans?
    Not-so-breaking news: Supply chain constraints continue to challenge technology manufacturers, and Apple is no exception. While the wait for some Macs is quite short, others, like the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro face wait times of eight to ten weeks. And with WWDC looming, could hardware supply chain issues upend any hardware announcement plans? Computerworld […]
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  • Three Effective Brand Naming Development Ideas
    You’re starting a business so, you’ve got a lot on your mind. One of those “things” that every entrepreneur has on their mind is naming business. However, most entrepreneurs don’t ... Read More >
  • A Man Ahead of His Time
    The business name Kodak "was simply invented—made up from letters of the alphabet to meet our trade-mark requirements. It was short and euphonious and likely to stick in the public mind." – Mr. George Eastman
  • Best Names for a Building or Residential Development
    The Brand Development Team here is posting some of our favorite building and new development names and why they work, don't or, why they caught our eye.
  • Branding Historical Events, Can that Be Done?
    When you think about branding, your mind naturally jumps to a product, brand, or even a business.  Now people like chefs, entrepreneurs, even architects brand themselves but, what about branding ... Read More >
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