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Google Currents’ launch next month marks the final days of Google+

Google Currents’ launch next month marks the final days of Google+

Depending on who you ask, the name "Google Currents" will mean something different. Most will have no clue about it while some will remember it as one of Google's failed social experiments focused more on full-length magazine articles. Last year, however, Google reused that name for what would practically be its replacement for Google+ in G Suite. Now it is announcing that this new Google Currents will be leaving beta testing in July, finally laying Google+ to rest for good.

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Lenovo Mirage VR S3 standalone headset should be tougher than most

Lenovo Mirage VR S3 standalone headset should be tougher than most

It's been a little while since we last heard from Lenovo's VR arm, but today the company is back with a new headset. Today Lenovo unveiled the Mirage VR S3, an all-in-one headset it created with the help of the folks at Pico Interactive. With a 4K display and hands-free functionality that doesn't need the included paddle controller, it sounds like the Mirage VR S3 could be a very capable headset.

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Intel 10th-gen vPro now available for business customers

Intel 10th-gen vPro now available for business customers

We mostly cover consumer technology and products here because those are the things that are most accessible to people. That, however, doesn't discount the innovation and progress that happens in the enterprise and businesses which, more often than not, are what keeps the world churning behind the scenes. In fact, Intel might argue that those businesses may be more profitable but also more sensitive. With its newest fleet of vPro-branded processors, Intel isn't just focusing on performance but also on leveling up its security game to protect these customers.

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AMD Ryzen PRO 4000 mobile processors are made for business laptops

AMD Ryzen PRO 4000 mobile processors are made for business laptops

AMD has officially unveiled its Ryzen PRO 4000 Series mobile processors for business ultrabooks. The new lineup features the Ryzen 7 PRO 4750, Ryzen 5 PRO 4650U, and the Ryzen 3 PRO 4450U. AMD says its new hardware offers improved power efficiency for better battery life and performance per watt, as well ultra-thin designs for use in highly portable business-tier notebooks.

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Zoom backgrounds, how to change, dimensions and more

Zoom backgrounds, how to change, dimensions and more

Today we're taking a peek at the latest update to Zoom video conferencing and the ways in which one might make their background as awesome as possible. Using Zoom, users are able to relatively simply use a custom background (wallpaper, if you prefer) in their video call, thanks to smart sensing "greenscreen" abilities in the app. Zoom also allows the use of an actual greenscreen.

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Zoom privacy: A guide for ZoomBombing

Zoom privacy: A guide for ZoomBombing

The video chat app Zoom isn't private by default. You've got to do a few things before your Zoom meeting is secure. You'll need to make sure you're not downloading a malicious bit of software. You need to make sure you're not sharing your room name. You've got to tap a few buttons and follow a few rules - and it CAN BE relatively easy to make certain you're entirely safe from negative elements like "zoombombing" or "zoom-bombing".

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Gmail update: Attach emails to other emails without download

Gmail update: Attach emails to other emails without download

If you're here to learn how to attach emails to other emails in Gmail, you're in luck. Today, Google revealed that they'd updated Gmail via the G Suite update blog to allow emails to attach to other emails without downloading before attaching. As such, you can now drag an email or multiple emails from your Gmail browser window into an already-open draft email to see said email or emails attached to said draft.

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Magic Leap 1 AR headset revealed with $2300-$3k packages

Magic Leap 1 AR headset revealed with $2300-$3k packages

Magic Leap was recently the subject of a report which put the company in some not-so-positive light, from the average consumer perspective. It's likely Magic Leap already had their announcements today planned well in advance, but the timing is notable. Today's Magic Leap announcements center on the Magic Leap Enterprise Suite, a package that'll cost $2995, and will include "everything a business needs to efficiently roll out spatial computing to employees."

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HP Elite Dragonfly aims for Intel Project Athena spec in handsome hardware

HP Elite Dragonfly aims for Intel Project Athena spec in handsome hardware

The HP Elite Dragonfly is a convertible notebook computer with a 13-inch display and 24.5-hour battery life. This notebook is meant to look stylish, work hard, and be very, very light. HP's made a point to note that this notebook is made to "work without compromise" and that it has a "sub-one kilogram design." This device will be available with three different display configurations, from 13.3-inch FHD all the way up to 4K.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre M90n Nano ultra-compact desktops are made for business

Lenovo ThinkCentre M90n Nano ultra-compact desktops are made for business

Lenovo has taken time at its Accelerate conference to unveil its new ThinkCentre M90n Nano, a miniature commercial desktop series that it claims is the most compact of its kind available on the market. The smaller of the two desktop models in this series is only a third of the size of the ThinkCentre Tiny while offering up to 30-percent greater annual energy savings in comparison to larger, traditional desktops. The ThinkCentre M90n Nano is joined by the M90n Nano IoT model for select environments.

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Lenovo ThinkReality A6 headset ushers in new enterprise AR platform

Lenovo ThinkReality A6 headset ushers in new enterprise AR platform

During its Accelerate conference today, Lenovo unveiled a new sub-brand called ThinkReality intended to bring augmented reality to enterprise users. The ThinkReality platform is described as both cloud and device agnostic, meaning it can be used with a number of products, but Lenovo is also ready with its new ThinkReality A6 AR headset.

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Android Q will require storage encryption on all devices including TVs

Android Q will require storage encryption on all devices including TVs

For a long time, Android has supported encrypting the user's data through storage encryption. While the common way to protect data, encryption does come with a processing cost that only certain hardware is capable of. That's why Google hasn't strictly enforced storage encryption on Android devices that don't have the hardware necessary to make that painless and smooth. That changes in Android Q, however, thanks to a new technology that will let any and all such devices perform encryption no sweat.

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