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Google’s Fuchsia OS is out in the open and shrouded in mystery

Google is developing a new operating system named Fuchsia, and the early source code is already public. Google itself and Fuchsia’s developers haven’t explained what the OS is for—but we can dig into the source code to learn more. Pink + Purple == Fuchsia Fuchsia is a new, open-source operating system being worked on by Google employees. “Pink + Purple ... Read More »

HP’s Pavilion Wave PC is made to be pretty and powerful

HP’s Pavilion Wave is showing me the PC of the future, and it looks a lot like…a stereo speaker. Or maybe a very high-tech flower vase. Power users, hug your hulking full-tower close, because the PC world is a-changing. That’s actually the point. Announced Thursday at IFA in Berlin and due to ship September 16 for $530 and up, the ... Read More »

Unlocked Moto Z and Moto Z Play will be out in the US in October

So far the Moto Z and Moto Z Force have both been exclusive to Verizon in the US, but back when they were first announced we were promised an unlocked version of the former would hit the States at some point. And now we know when to expect that. It turns out that both the Moto Z and the just-announced ... Read More »

Inbox is displaying a new search feature that highlights businesses, contacts, and other details

COMMENTS Derek Walter | @derekwalter Greenbot Aug 30, 2016 11:45 AM Google’s Inbox app is getting a few new drops of machine learning. A new search experience is appearing for many users that categorizes some of the items you may want to find, such as frequent contacts, your accounts with various companies, and other categories that may better offer up ... Read More »

Seagate Barracuda Pro 10TB hard drive review: Vast and amazingly fast (for a hard drive)

I’ve used “Vast and fast” to describe previous hard drives I’ve reviewed, but I’m not sure that it’s ever been this spectacularly well-deserved. Seagate’s 3.5-inch, 7,200rpm, SATA 6Gbps Barracuda Pro not only delivers a stunning 10TB of storage, it laid down some rather astounding transfer rates: 240MBps in both directions of our 20GB copy tests. At first, we didn’t quite believe ... Read More »

Catch ‘No Country for Old Men’ and other movies streaming online

Another week, another crop of movies now on your favorite streaming services. Whether you’re partial to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, one of the others, or all of the above, new and old movies are yours for the watching. Catch the Coen brothers’ classic No Country for Old Men. Witness Christian Bale’s turn as a serial killer in the sardonic American ... Read More »

Tata Motors raids counterfeit product manufacturers and dealers

To ensure customers safety, Tata Motors has carried out raids across 19 locations in the country to curb sales of counterfeit products. This exercise was conducted by the company as part of their campaign against spurious spare parts which was started in 2012-13. The raids have been conducted on 19 spurious Tata parts manufacturers and duplicate packaging suppliers across the ... Read More »

Now you can play Solitaire and more in Google search

Google just decided to add a little more fun to search—as if “do a barrel roll” and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe references weren’t already enough. The company recently announced that you can now play solitaire, tic-tac-toe, and flip a coin right inside your search results. On top of that you can entertain young children (or childish co-workers) with animal ... Read More »

Vivek Choudhary bags first position in CS 2016

The results of the Company Secretaries (CS) executive programme (old and new syllabus) were declared by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) on Thursday. Vivek Choudhary, a 21-year-old student, has bagged the first position in the examination with flying colours. ‘There was nothing planned’ “The feeling of seeing the word ‘Pass’ on the mark sheet is a very ... Read More »

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Google giveth, and then it taketh away. The latest casualty to undergo the Mountain View culling is the Device Assist app, which was built to offer quick tips, troubleshooting suggestions, and quick access to Google support. Now when you fire up the app you’ll see a notice that it’s going away under the Detected Issues section. Touch the card and ... Read More »