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Windows 10 updates: We’re now using AI to push 1803 users to 1903, says Microsoft

Windows 10 updates: We’re now using AI to...

June 19, 2019 By King

In May, Microsoft announced that come June it would begin updating PCs running these versions automatically. Version 1803 reaches end of service on November 12, 2019. Microsoft’s @WindowsUpdate Twitter account has now flagged a new machine-learning approach to updating devices running the Windows 10 version 1803 aka the April 2018 Update and prior to version 1903. “We are

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Marvel Stadium to review ‘intimidating&#8...

June 16, 2019 By King

Security guards are seen during the AFL match between Carlton and the Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium. Photograph: Julian Smith/AAP Marvel Stadium management will review security procedures after the AFLvenue’s chief executive Michael Green conceded some fans felt intimidated by the more-visible security presence. With crowd behaviour in the spotlight in recent weeks, stadium management have beefed

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Android Q’s back gesture breaks a fundamental app interaction: the slide-in drawer

Android Q’s back gesture breaks a fundame...

June 15, 2019 By King

Android Q’s new gesture navigation system is a clear upgrade over what Google tried with Android 9 Pie. Multitasking is easier, and each of the core gestures is easier to use with more fluidity. But one core part of the navigation paradigm that’s still up in the air is the new back gesture. We’ve seen

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The best Android smartphones you can buy right ...

June 12, 2019 By King

The wide range of Android phones on the market is one of the platform’s greatest strengths – there’s something for everyone. However, with all the choices available, trying to find the best smartphone an be like looking for a needle in a haystack. To help you out, we’ve compiled a short list of the best

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The best Android smartphones you can buy right now (Summer 2019)
Unix Vs Linux: How These Two Operating Systems Are Different

Unix Vs Linux: How These Two Operating Systems ...

June 11, 2019 By King

Over the years, the software industry has witnessed incredible transformations —whether its closed source or open source. And, open source seems to be more dominating as Linux has been a significant player in the software space for decades, and it’s hard for other OS to be as feasible as Linux. However, Linux would never come

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Idle Computer Science skills are the Devil&#821...

June 10, 2019 By King

Who, Me? Ah, the sweet, sweet smell of Monday. What better way to start your week than combining it with the latest confession of wrongdoing from The Register readership in the form of our weekly Who, Me? column. Today’s blast from the past comes from a somewhat unrepentant reader we shall refer to as “Charles”. Take yourself back to the

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Idle Computer Science skills are the Devil’s playthings
iPadOS Will Almost Make Your iPad a Real Computer

iPadOS Will Almost Make Your iPad a Real Computer

June 9, 2019 By King

If you’ve used an iPad, you know that they’re missing a lot of critical features people use on computers. Support for mice and external storage devices, a proper desktop browser, and better multitasking—these are all arriving with Apple’s new iPadOS. What Is iPadOS? Apple announced the iPadOS operating system at WWDC 2019. Like tvOS, iPadOS is still

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Android Circuit: New Galaxy Note 10 Leak, Nokia...

June 8, 2019 By King

Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week’s Android Circuit includes the Galaxy Note 10’s button issue, Ghost Touch haunting the OnePlus 7 Pro, the launch of the Nokia 4.2 and 2.2, Android’s potential without Google, hiding your selfie camera, and why Apple keeps burning

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Android Circuit: New Galaxy Note 10 Leak, Nokia’s Latest Success, Why Android Needs Google