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Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology: Make Engineering Great Again

The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology teaches the next generation of engineering enthusiasts. It’s for people with a passion for solving problems and a fascination for how things work. The Dyson Institute is based at the firm’s research and development campus in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, and is the first privately-funded ... Read More »

Arriving Today, Apple’s iPhone X Earns Solid Reviews

Despite months of speculation that Apple might stumble with this year’s new phones, the past 24 hours have brought positive news for the tech giant: revenues are up, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus sales are strong, and buyers around the world are lining up in droves for the iPhone X, ... Read More »

iPhone X Review Roundup: Face ID Works Better than Expected

Apple’s most expensive smartphone, the [$999 and up] iPhone X, is almost ready to land in stores and a few publications specially selected by Apple have been given early access to the phone. So what do they think? Is the iPhone X really the “future of smartphones”? The iPhone X ... Read More »

Is Apple’s iPhone X Doomed To Fail?

With just days to go before customers can pre-order the new iPhone X, some news reports are pointing to a less-than-sunny outlook for Apple’s latest device. Arriving on the market much later than usual due to several technical and design challenges, the iPhone X can be pre-ordered starting Friday and ... Read More »

Google Pixel 2 XL Screen Fix May Be in the Works

There’s a problem with the Pixel 2 XL screen serious enough that Google has responded with a statement, according to a new report today. Right away, we noticed this new Android Oreo phone exhibited muted colors compared to the smaller Pixel 2 and even last year’s Google Pixel and Pixel ... Read More »

Adobe Unveils ‘Next Generation’ of Cloud-Based Creativity Tools

Pointing to a demand for creative business content that’s “growing like never before,” Adobe yesterday rolled out four new applications, along with numerous updates, to its Creative Cloud suite for artists, designers, photographers, and animators. Adobe’s new cloud-based applications include Adobe XD CC for designing mobile apps and Web sites, ... Read More »

Hope for Aging Blindness To Be Reversed by a Virus

Blindness is often seen as a disability, and many people don’t expect that they’ll develop blindness one day. However, there is a condition known as Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) or aging blindness that can strike many elderly patients unsuspectingly. AMD is also known as wet AMD and has affected up ... Read More »

In Brief: New Enterprise Hardware Roundup

In hardware news over the past week, we saw Intel answer AMD’s Ryzen architecture strides with its new Coffee Lake line of desktop CPU cores, while Lenovo is paying homage to the past with its special anniversary edition ThinkPad 25 laptop. Meanwhile, Google has unveiled a high-performance Chromebook known as ... Read More »

Apple iPad Pro 10.5 inch review: Can this replace the laptop

The iPad has for long been lording over the tablet segment. But now, even as tablet sales across the world have plateaued, Applewants the iPad to start replacing laptops of creative users. But can a really powerful tablet take on the likes of the MacBook Pro and offer a better option? ... Read More »