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2019 Samsung Flip digital whiteboard can also recognize paintbrushes

2019 Samsung Flip digital whiteboard can also recognize paintbrushes

While most businesses today have upgraded to computer-centric workflows, one aspect seems to still remain distinctively analog. The meeting room whiteboard, still an indispensable tool for collaboration and explanation, has barely evolved from its original design since the day it was born. Fortunately, there are a few innovations in that space, like Microsoft's Surface Hub and Google's Jamboard. Not to be outdone, Samsung has also launched its own Samsung Flip line of digital whiteboards and its 2019 model offers improved support for using any object as a stylus.

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ASUS ZenBook Edition 30, ZenScreen Touch celebrate company’s 30 years

ASUS ZenBook Edition 30, ZenScreen Touch celebrate company’s 30 years

At Computex 2019, ASUS is doing more than just showing off new products, of which the ZenBook Pro Duo may be this year's highlight. It is also celebrating its 30th anniversary which it says represents 30 years of innovation in the computing space. Naturally, it is putting out 30th anniversary editions of some of its existing products but, at the same time, it is also announcing completely new ones to pave the way for 30 more years.

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Google Soli no-touch phone tech greenlit by FCC

Google Soli no-touch phone tech greenlit by FCC

In Google's future, smartphones and such won't necessarily need touchscreens to operate. Instead, with the technology they call Soli, users will be able to control their smart devices with a wave of their hand. While this sort of technology isn't technically completely new, the level to which these gestures will operate is now being taken out a whole new door.

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Google Home Hub: The fine print

Google Home Hub: The fine print

Today we're getting up close and personal with the just-revealed Google Home Hub. This device is effectively a touchscreen display with speakers and a mic and front-facing camera made to work with Google Assistant. It's a Google Home device with a touchscreen display. Now that we've got ALL the details, let's run through the little interesting tidbits we've not yet covered.

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Nintendo’s next big multi-screen idea is infinitely flexible

Nintendo’s next big multi-screen idea is infinitely flexible

Nintendo may be riding high on Switch success right now, but if its new multi-screen game system patent is anything to go by, it could have even more outlandish designs in the pipeline. The console-maker has always been eager to push the limits of device design, after all: witness not only the Switch, with its docking station for both handheld and living room use, but the tablet-like Wii U before it.

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Galaxy S9 display dead-zones: Here’s Samsung’s response

Galaxy S9 display dead-zones: Here’s Samsung’s response

Being an early adopter of a new device or technology can have its pitfalls, as some Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners are discovering. Though the phones have only been available for about a week now, users have already been reporting a big problem: dead zones on the display. There have multiple posts about this issue both on Reddit and on the Samsung forums, so it seems that may not be an isolated problem.

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Apple’s Touch Bar needs to grow up

Apple’s Touch Bar needs to grow up

Apple’s biggest changes to its MacBook range in 2018 may be focused on overhauling the processors inside its notebooks, but it’s making the most of one of its most misunderstood features that I really hope changes this year. I was one of what seemed like only a few people - outside of Apple, at least - upbeat about the Touch Bar when it first arrived on the MacBook Pro in 2016, though even then it was clear there was room for improvement. Apple’s concept of a contextually changing array of shortcuts placed within easier reach of your hands on the keyboard had potential, but its first implementation felt cautiously tentative.

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Google could turn the next Pixel’s touchscreen into a speaker

Google could turn the next Pixel’s touchscreen into a speaker

Google has snapped up the tech to make full-screen smartphones without an iPhone X style notch, using the touchscreen itself as a speaker. As phone manufacturers hunt ways to make even greater percentages of the front of their devices display, the trend has forced some creative thinking around how to accommodate the other components that would traditionally be found in the bezels.

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Google needs a multitouch expert for its Echo Show rival

Google needs a multitouch expert for its Echo Show rival

Google is hunting multi-touch talent for future Google Home hardware, reigniting speculation about a touchscreen-enabled rival to Amazon's Echo Show and more. The company currently has two smart speakers - the Google Home and Google Home Mini - with a third in the pipeline. The Google Home Max is expected to launch later in December.

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Lenovo ThinkPad 25 Review : Back to the Future

Lenovo ThinkPad 25 Review : Back to the Future

The ThinkPad 25 from Lenovo is an extreme rarity in today's world of electronics constantly on the cusp. The ThinkPad 25 is wish fulfillment for fans of the original, made real again here in 2017 with newer more powerful technology to compete with the rest of the real world of laptops for work and play. Now we've got to decide whether we're living dream, or just plain dreaming.

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Pixelbook release info and pricing is bonkers

Pixelbook release info and pricing is bonkers

This morning the folks at Google revealed both the pricing and release info on their newest device, the Pixelbook. This device is a Chromebook, made to be high end, run Chrome OS, and convert from notebook to display to tablet with relative ease. This device will run the newest version of Chrome OS and will be able to run a wide variety of Android apps as well.

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This DIY iPhone X Mini is bonkers

This DIY iPhone X Mini is bonkers

For the cost of a couple of iPhone cases, a DIY expert in China has converted an iPhone 5 to an iPhone X... sort of. What results from the unscrewing and cutting and jamming in of parts this user has performed is an iPhone X Mini - an iPhone 5 with as little bezel as possible. Of course creating such a Frankenstein's Monster of a phone required that a little bit of the phone be removed - namely the charging port and the speakers.

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