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Global PC shipments dropped 16% last year, says Canalys
Jan12

Global PC shipments dropped 16% last year, says Canalys

The global PC market ended 2022 on a low note. Total PC shipments of desktops and notebooks down by 29% to 65.4 million units in Q4 last year. This is the fourth consecutive quarter of decline. Holiday season spending was lower due to a worsening economic environment. This led to total shipments for 2022 at 285.1 million units. It is 16% less from the highs of 2021, when all end-user segments saw peak demand. Still, shipment volumes...

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Key Technological Developments in Sports Betting: How Are They Transforming the Industry?
Jan11

Key Technological Developments in Sports Betting: How Are They Transforming the Industry?

Key Technological Developments in Sports Betting: How Are They Transforming the Industry? Source – https://www.worldatlas.com Technological innovations have been at the forefront of dictating the developments in the sports betting industry. For example, it started with the internet, which made sports betting available online. Consequently, betting fans don’t have to leave their homes to wager on their favorite sports events....

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Self-Driving Stroller Debuted at CES — Are Parents Ready to Pay Over $3,000?
Jan06

Self-Driving Stroller Debuted at CES — Are Parents Ready to Pay Over $3,000?

Self-Driving Stroller  At this year’s CES, one of the interesting products introduced was the self-driving stroller from Gluxkind, a Canadian-based baby gear startup. The AI-powered smart stroller Ella offers cutting-edge features using self-driving technology.  The self-driving or smart stroller has the same technology that you can see in autonomous cars. That is, it has a dual-motor system for any uphill walk. It also comes...

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Sony Officially Ends PS5 Shortage
Jan05

Sony Officially Ends PS5 Shortage

Sony Claims PS5 Shortage is Over PS5 If you’re still unable to buy a PS5 in stores, this will change. During the CES Presentation last night, Sony’s President Jim Ryan confirmed that it would be a lot easier to find PS5 at retailers globally starting this year.  The shortage is indeed over. The status of PS5 availability last year was more available than they were during the launch.  Last year, Sony stated that it had resolved its...

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Google Chrome Will Stop Working on Millions of Windows PC
Jan05

Google Chrome Will Stop Working on Millions of Windows PC

Google Chrome 110 Won’t Be Available on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 PCs The current Chrome version is 109. Google will release Chrome 110 update on February 7, 2023. Earlier versions of Google Chrome will no longer be supported.  Currently, Chrome 109 supports Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. These are two older Microsoft OS.  Starting on January 15, 2023, Google will halt supporting older Microsoft operating systems. Instead, it will...

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Google’s TV Controls on Home App
Jan03

Google’s TV Controls on Home App

Updated Google Home App Lets Users Control TV  Do you have a television that works with Nest Hub? If you do, then you can now use the Google Home app to control your TVs. The app works with supported TVs. In other words, your TV must run on Android TV or Google TV.  But that’s not all the Home app can do. It can also control your fans, air purifiers, and other appliances.  Google announced last year that the app could control...

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