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Jide’s Remix OS Player runs Android PC on top of Windows

Jide’s Remix OS Player runs Android PC on top of Windows

There is no shortage of ways to run Android apps on Windows, from developer-oriented options like GenyMotion to those that put a focus on gaming like Bluestacks. Of course, there's always room for more, and Jide is eager to join the party. The company that is now perhaps most popular for its "Android PC" Remix OS spin is bringing that very same productivity-focused Android experience to Windows as the Remix OS Player. No, not as a dual-boot system or something that you need to install directly on the hardware, but as something you can run on top of Windows, giving you access to your favorite Android apps and, of course, games.

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Lenovo YOGA 710 Review: an attractive everyday laptop

Lenovo YOGA 710 Review: an attractive everyday laptop

Between the world of YOGA tablets and ThinkPad business laptops lie an array of beautiful 'everyday' Lenovo laptops that could meet the casual needs of just about anyone: students, travelers, web surfers, casual gamers, small business owners, whomever. The Lenovo YOGA 710 is one such laptop; it boasts a slim and lightweight body that has a beautiful -- if not modest -- design. This model is a somewhat pricey YOGA option, though, and some may wonder whether it is worth getting over, for example, the similarly priced IdeaPad 300S or other YOGA models. Find out in our full review!

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Logitech K780 Multi-Device keyboard types on Windows, Mac, or Smart Devices

Logitech K780 Multi-Device keyboard types on Windows, Mac, or Smart Devices

You can work from a tablet or a smartphone if you need or want to, but the catch is that typing on an on-screen keyboard isn't exactly comfortable or fast for most of us. Logitech has a new keyboard that is designed to allow you to type on multiple devices that will make typing as fast for your smartphone or tablet as it is at home on your PC. That new keyboard is called the Logitech K780 multi-Device Wireless Keyboard.

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Sling TV Windows 10 app launches with Cortana, touch support and more

Sling TV Windows 10 app launches with Cortana, touch support and more

Sling TV has announced a new Windows 10 app for PCs and tablets, saying it brings with it all the things a Windows 10 user may need to enjoy the service. This includes touch support for those who are using touch-based Windows 10 devices, as well as support for Live Tiles that show content updates from your Continue Watching and Favorites ribbons. The app also now includes Cortana voice integration for performing searches quickly using your voice and Microsoft’s personal digital assistant.

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Samsung patents split window dual Android, Windows OS

Samsung patents split window dual Android, Windows OS

It’s probably not an understatement to say that Samsung, at least on Android, has gotten split and multi windows down to a “T”, having nearly perfected that feature long before Google even approved of it. Now it seems that Samsung is considering pushing the envelope even further, to interesting and partly insane degrees. A patent filing reveals that the manufacturer has toyed with the idea of a smartphone that not only runs two operating systems, namely Android and Windows, on the same device. They can even split the screen between them.

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IFA 2016 Round-up: hands-on with the best

IFA 2016 Round-up: hands-on with the best

Over the past week we've seen everything from car technology to smartphones, cameras to notebooks at IFA 2016 in Berlin. This week revealed what might have been the most diverse mix of newsworthy devices in recent memory, not least of all because so few companies are delivering truly new, different, innovative products. We've scoured the full lot to look for the best of the best - below you'll see what's been delivered in Europe for the whole world.

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HP Pavilion Wave and Elite Slice aim for “desktop reinvention”

HP Pavilion Wave and Elite Slice aim for “desktop reinvention”

HP reveals two new desktop computer systems and a set of displays this week, all in the name of "desktop reinvention." They're aiming to hit the desktop universe hard with a few oddities - beautiful oddities, at that. The HP Elite Slice is a modular system which allows the user to add different sets of hardware slice by slice as they do so choose. The HP Pavilion Wave is a gorgeous desktop tube-like device which sits up on one's desktop, in their work area, where they can show off how strong the industrial design of this device is.

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Lenovo Miix 510 detailed as take-anywhere LTE 2-in-1

Lenovo Miix 510 detailed as take-anywhere LTE 2-in-1

Lenovo have revealed their latest in tablet / notebook hardware with the device known as Lenovo Miix 510. This device is a high-powered tablet-like PC with a detachable keyboard and a kickstand around the back - not entirely unlike the original Miix 310 released earlier this year. This device has the ability to connect to the web with Wi-Fi and LTE, allowing the user to connect with local web at home or mobile web out and about. The display on this device is a Full-HD 12.2-inch panel with Gorilla Glass up front and full touch capabilities.

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E Fun Nextbook 10.1 tablet launches with detachable keyboard

E Fun Nextbook 10.1 tablet launches with detachable keyboard

E Fun has launched a new budget Windows 10 device called the E Fun Nextbook 10.1. This device is a 2-in-1 tablet with a detachable keyboard and is targeted at students who need something cheap and mobile for simple schoolwork. Despite its low price point ($180 USD), it comes with a decent array of specs, including things like Bluetooth, multi-touch support, and a built-in webcam. The tablet is available now exclusively through Target stores and Target's website.

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Post-update Windows 10 PCs crash when Kindle is plugged in

Post-update Windows 10 PCs crash when Kindle is plugged in

Some Kindles are crashing PCs that have received the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, an issue that has come to light shortly after news that many webcams were broken by the update. According to recent reports, when some Kindles are plugged into these PCs, the computer will crash, resulting in a blue screen of death and forcing the computer to reboot. The extent of the issue isn’t known at this time, as the information about it largely comes from affected Kindle/PC owners. Judging by these reports, though, the Kindle Paperwhite seems to be particularly affected.

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CrossOver will soon run Windows apps on Android, Chrome OS

CrossOver will soon run Windows apps on Android, Chrome OS

Yes, you read that right, but don’t worry (or perhaps be worried), it isn’t as straightforward or as magical as you might think. CodeWeavers, creators of the CrossOver software that lets users run some Windows software and games on Linux and macOS will be starting a tech preview of CrossOver for Android, which will do the same for Android devices and Chromebooks. Of course, there will be rather big limitations to this almost miraculous arrangement, from what devices you can run CrossOver on, to which Windows apps you can run.

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PlayStation Now PC launch confirmed, DualShock USB adapter revealed

PlayStation Now PC launch confirmed, DualShock USB adapter revealed

Earlier in the month, we heard that Sony might be plotting to bring its PlayStation Now service over to Windows. As it turns out, those rumors were true, with Sony confirming the jump to Windows PCs today. The company also revealed a new PS4 DualShock adapter, which will allow players to cut out the USB cord and use their controllers wirelessly with their PCs.

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