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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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Japan IT Week Osaka 2019: What to expect

Japan IT Week Osaka 2019: What to expect

The dust of CES 2019 may have long settled and most of the mobile industry is gearing up for MWC 2019 next month, but over in the East, another tech storm is brewing. In a few days, Japan IT Week 2019, one of the country's and the region's biggest tech events will be taking place in the popular tourist spot of Osaka. And while you might rightly presume it's focused on the tech industry in Japan, the exhibits and conferences in this year's trade show both reflect and confirm the trends in the international scene as well.

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New Slack Logo gets a Pentagram design reboot

New Slack Logo gets a Pentagram design reboot

A new Slack Logo appeared this week, courtesy of a design language made to take on the future. The new logo is simpler, the new logo is more flat, the new logo is far more versatile. According to Slack PR, "A good reason to change a logo is that it’s not doing the job you want it to do—and because a simpler, more distinctive evolution of it could do that job better."

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DJI’s newest drone has twin cameras and can see heat

DJI’s newest drone has twin cameras and can see heat

DJI has unveiled the Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual, a new drone targeted at industrial use. This model features thermal cameras developed in partnership with FLIR, making the drone useful for surveillance, search and rescue, and similar tasks. With this tech, pilots can view the temperature of an object, monitor certain temperature ranges, and more.

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Qualcomm is oddly coy on 5G and product for its new Windows chip

Qualcomm is oddly coy on 5G and product for its new Windows chip

If there are two things missing from Qualcomm's big Snapdragon 8cx announcement today, it's 5G and actual hardware. The chip-maker has been talking up fifth-generation networks all week at its Snapdragon Summit 2018, making it a key pillar of the Snapdragon 855 mobile processor which will start showing up in smartphones early in the new year. It's also had hardware partners on-stage to talk launch plans.

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Eurocom Tornado F7W is a monster workstation in laptop form

Eurocom Tornado F7W is a monster workstation in laptop form

While majority of today's laptops are growing slimmer and lighter, workstation maker Eurocom is going the opposite direction. Unwilling to sacrifice power and performance for the sake of portability or luxurious-looking designs, the company's newest workstation pushes the envelope of what it means to be mobile and portable. Because while the Eurocom Tornado F7W may look like a laptop, its spec sheet will make you feel like you're actually carrying your desk, and your work, with you everywhere.

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Western Digital hard drive lineup gains a 15TB behemoth

Western Digital hard drive lineup gains a 15TB behemoth

Storage is one of the great unifiers of the information age. Everyone needs more storage, whether they're an individual consumer or a massive company. For those in the latter group, Western Digital today announced a beefy new HDD that packs a whopping 15TB of storage.

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The EPA is about to commit regulatory suicide

The EPA is about to commit regulatory suicide

The EPA is about to enact rules that would essentially hobble the agency's own ability to protect the environment. Rules were first proposed on April 30th, 2018, under now-resigned and disgraced Trump-appointed EPA head Scott Pruitt. The public comment portion of this situation is over tomorrow.

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Google Calendar features remind you to take breaks

Google Calendar features remind you to take breaks

It may have been overshadowed by the Duplex AI media frenzy, but one of Google’s strongest topics in this year’s I/O developers conference was on Digital Wellbeing. A concern echoed this month at Apple’s own WWDC, tech companies are now raising awareness on how their own products could inevitably lead to an unhealthy lifestyle. Ahead of its upcoming app and updates, Google is pushing a pair of features to Google Calendar focused around the times when you shouldn’t be at work in the first place.

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eMeet M2 conference speaker uses AI to make sure voices are heard

eMeet M2 conference speaker uses AI to make sure voices are heard

Given the fiasco the Amazon Echo is involved right now, it seems almost ill-timed to launch a new smart speaker. Amazon's problems, however, doesn't really mean that the idea of an AI-empowered speaker is fundamentally flawed. It just needs to be better executed. There are cases, however, when a limited application of AI can do wonders to make human lives easier. That's the idea that eMeet is trying sell with its new OfficeCore M2, what it bills to be the first AI-powered conference speaker in the market.

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