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Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
Moto G5 Plus review: best budget smartphone with premium feel and solid performance, but camera is disappointing and timely software updates are not guaranteed   —  Downgraded camera and questionable update policy tarnish another solid upgrade.  —  We've documented the decline of Motorola under Lenovo extensively.
Mar 24, 2017, 8:20 AMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 review: great design and build with Windows Hello-compatible fingerprint reader, but pricier than comparable HP Spectre x360 configurations   —  Dell added Windows Hello, removed the fan, and kept the good stuff the same.  —  Despite its foibles, Dell's 2015 redesign …
Mar 12, 2017, 1:55 AMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
LG threatens to put Wi-Fi in every appliance it introduces in 2017   —  You can also use a camera to save you the trouble of opening your fridge.  —  In the past few years, products at CES have increasingly focused on putting the Internet in everything, no matter how “dumb” the device in question is by nature.
Jan 8, 2017, 9:10 PMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
Intel's 94.5x55x5mm Compute Card with laptop level CPU can be inserted into all-in-one PCs, smart TVs, other devices; more details will be announced in June   —  Compute Card is intended as a more versatile replacement for the Compute Stick.  —  Intel mostly missed the boat on smartphones …
Jan 6, 2017, 1:45 PMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
Intel updates NUC mini-desktop line with Kaby Lake, USB-C, Iris Plus GPUs on high-end models; low-end models available this month, high-end models by end of Q1   —  New NUCs get their first facelift in a while, along with HDMI 2.0 and more.  —  In the last four or five years, Intel's …
Jan 3, 2017, 2:55 PMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
13" and 15" Touch Bar MacBook Pro review: nice designs, good battery life, great storage performance, but need for dongles is inconvenient   —  Touch Bar, Touch ID, dedicated GPUs, more ports, and a whole lot more.  —  The new design of the MacBook Pros is nice and Apple's decision to put …
Nov 14, 2016, 8:55 AMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
iPhone 7 and 7 Plus review: great camera, display, and improved battery life but lack of new design is a let down and transition to wireless audio will be rough   —  In-depth with the new phones, the AirPods, A10 Fusion, the cameras, and more.  —  Up until now, every one of Apple's iPhone hardware updates has been additive.
Sep 13, 2016, 6:15 AMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
Intel launches “Kaby Lake” 7th-generation CPUs with improved support for 4K video   —  New 7th-generation Core CPUs have a lot in common with the 6th generation.  —  Intel's tick-tock model may be dead, but the PC industry still demands new hardware every year.
Aug 30, 2016, 9:35 AMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
macOS Sierra in detail: changes to Messages, Safari and other native apps, Continuity, Siri, iCloud Drive, Apple Watch unlocking, Gatekeeper, more   —  Siri ushers in a range of updates that refine but don't transform the Mac.  —  When Apple runs through its operating system announcements at WWDC …
Jun 22, 2016, 5:00 PMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
“Bluetooth 5” spec coming next week with 2x more range and 4x better speed   —  New standard also aims to expand usefulness of wireless beacons.  —  Bluetooth 5.0, the latest version of the ubiquitous wireless standard, is set to be announced on June 16 according to an e-mail sent by Bluetooth SIG Executive Directory Mark Powell.
Jun 10, 2016, 12:35 PMIn context

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