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Samsung Galaxy Book might be a Windows 10 2-in-1 tablet

Samsung Galaxy Book might be a Windows 10 2-in-1 tablet

Yes, Samsung seems to be definitely all about tablets this coming MWC 2017. Even though the company won’t yet explicitly name it (unlike LG), the Galaxy Tab S3 is pretty much in the bag. However, it might not be the only tablet lined up, not even the only OS. There have been rumors circulating about a Galaxy TabPro S successor, but, based on an app that popped up at the Windows Store, it won’t be called a Galaxy TabPro S2. Instead, it might be called a Galaxy Book.

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Chuwi Hi13 challenges the Surface Book with Apollo Lake CPU

Chuwi Hi13 challenges the Surface Book with Apollo Lake CPU

While the Microsoft Surface Pro spurred a new generation of tablets, the Surface Book inspired laptop makers to try their hand at the detachable category. In the case of Chuwi, however, it inspired the tablet maker to reach for the laptop skies. The product of that is the Chuwi Hi13, a 13.5-inch detachable 2-in-1 that’s trying to take on the Surface Book on one end and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro on the other end. But while it’s considerably cheaper than both, it comes at the price of having an Intel Celeron CPU.

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GPD Pocket is a 7-inch Windows 10, Ubuntu “laptop”

GPD Pocket is a 7-inch Windows 10, Ubuntu “laptop”

GPD, short for GamePad Digital, is a strange beast. More known, in small circles, for its Android-based gaming handhelds, the China-based company last year dabbled in crowdfunding to get GPD WIN, a Nintendo DS-like Windows 10 handheld, out the door. That campaign, those successfully funded and, to some extent, delivered, the campaign received mixed reactions, some of them very vocal, in a negative sense. That hasn’t stopped GPD from trying again and dreaming bigger, this time with the GPD Pocket that’s aimed at more “fashionable” serious workers.

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Lenovo Miix 320 leaked, next in affordable detachable line

Lenovo Miix 320 leaked, next in affordable detachable line

It is almost exactly a year since Lenovo put out the Miix 310, a detachable 2-in-1 Windows tablet that aimed for the lower tiers of the computing market. Just as it did last year, Lenovo is expected to unveil a new Miix 320 at MWC 2017 this month. The number will tell you that it's an upgrade to last year's model and, while that might be true, it isn't as huge a jump as it might sound.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre X1 All-in-One Windows 10 PC Review

Lenovo ThinkCentre X1 All-in-One Windows 10 PC Review

Lenovo’s popular X1 lineup has grown substantially over the years, and one of the newest products to flesh out its wares is the ThinkCentre X1, an all-in-one Windows desktop PC comprised of a single thin, lightweight display. This monitor, despite its slim profile, packs a bunch of hardware, including a 6th-gen Intel processor and a pair of 5W stereo speakers. The model's quite attractive upon first look, but does it maintain its appeal over the long haul?

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Windows 10’s Project NEON look might throw off users again

Windows 10’s Project NEON look might throw off users again

Microsoft is no stranger to design changes that incite an angry mob, from the new Start menu in Windows 7 to the Ribbon UI in Office to the Metro/Modern UI in from Windows Phone to Windows 8 to present. While it won’t be introducing anything as drastic as those, the so-called Project NEON design change could still ruffle a few feathers, confuse not a small amount of people, and question Microsoft’s usability principles.

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Windows 10 picture-in-picture feature is arriving in Creators Update

Windows 10 picture-in-picture feature is arriving in Creators Update

Microsoft has revealed that Windows 10 will get a picture-in-picture feature with the upcoming Creators Update, making it possible to keep a small window — a video player, perhaps — on the screen at all times while you use other applications. The feature was revealed yesterday when Microsoft detailed the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15031 for PC.

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Cortana suggested reminders keep track of your email obligations

Cortana suggested reminders keep track of your email obligations

Microsoft has announced the arrival of suggested reminders in Windows 10 via Cortana, its personal assistant. With this feature, Cortana mines your email to find any mentions of obligations or promises to deliver something by a certain time or date. When it finds such a promise, Cortana will prompt you with a suggested reminder about that item, ensuring you don't forget to follow through.

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Windows 10 UWP games arriving on Xbox One this year

Windows 10 UWP games arriving on Xbox One this year

Prophets of doom who bemoaned Microsoft's nefarious plans to unify its two gaming platforms was just given some ammo by no less than Microsoft itself. At its Windows Developers Day event, Redmond boasted of its progress on its Universal Windows Platform or UWP, some of which will already be experienced in the upcoming Creators Update. One aspect, however, might take a bit longer but will send ripples in Microsoft's gaming spheres. Sometime later this year, you will be able to install and play the UWP games you have on your Windows 10 PC right on your Xbox One.

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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S2 could be a mixed bag

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S2 could be a mixed bag

It seems that Samsung's theme for MWC this year will be tablets, though it will most likely insert a reference or two to the Galaxy S8. In addition to the Galaxy Tab S2, which is poised to be one of the most high-end Android tablets this half of the year, Samsung is also expected to unveil the Galaxy TabPro S2, the successor to its new Windows 10 tablet line. But while the first model last year impressed with its specs and design, this year's tablet might earn mixed reactions to its mixed specs.

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Make your own bunk in Fallout Shelter on Xbox One, Windows 10

Make your own bunk in Fallout Shelter on Xbox One, Windows 10

As promised, Fallout Shelter has made its way to Microsoft's gaming platforms, which is to say, the Xbox One and Windows 10 (sorry, Xbox 360 owners). If you were, however, expecting a fast-paced, high-stress game, not to mention a first person shooter, that the Fallout series has been famous for, you might want to look elsewhere. Fallout Shelter is all about keeping your residents happy and alive in a post-apocalyptic underground bunk.

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Fallout Shelter will be on Xbox One & Windows next week

Fallout Shelter will be on Xbox One & Windows next week

Fallout Shelter, the hit mobile game that ties into the post-apocalyptic RPG series, will be playable on the Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs starting February 7th. While far from offering the in-depth, expansive experience of a true Fallout title, Shelter still offers some fun vault building and management mechanics. The version coming to Microsoft's two platforms will be the same as the mobile game first released in 2015, however it will remain free to play.

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