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Page through computer history with this complete scan of NeXT’s Fall 1989 catalog

An amateur computer historian has unearthed a cool piece of technology paraphernalia: NeXT’s Fall 1989 catalog. Kevin Savetz recently scanned the entire 138-page book, and posted the files to Archive.org. NeXT was the company that Steve Jobs founded in 1985 after he was fired by Apple. The company designed computer workstations and lasted through 1997, when Jobs was rehired at Apple. ... Read More »

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Now Rolling Out: How to Download

HIGHLIGHTS Windows 10 Fall Creators Update rollout has begun The update revamps the experience with Fluent Design System It is compatible with all devices presently running on Windows 10 Microsoft on Tuesday, October 17 announced the start of the rollout of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709). Alongside, Microsoft announced the first mixed reality headsets are now available to buy, and introduced the Surface Book ... Read More »

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to Bring Fluent Design, Windows Story Remix, and Lots More

Microsoft started the keynote on Day 2 by demoing Windows Story Remix, its new video editing app that will ship with the Fall Creators Update, which, based on what we saw, can be thought of as iMovie meets Apple Clips on steroids. The app aims to bring professional grade editing capabilities to the regular users. In the demo, Microsoft showcased ... Read More »

First ‘Project Tango’ phone’s release gets pushed back from “Summer” to “Fall”

We’ve seen plenty of products that snap a lens over top of your existing smartphone lens, but nothing quite like this. The Hasselblad True Zoom is a Moto Mod that works with Moto Z phones, and completely replaces your phone camera with a point-and-shoot that gives you 10X optical zoom. It certainly doesn’t come anywhere near approximating the quality of Hasselblad’s ... Read More »

First ‘Project Tango’ phone’s release gets pushed back from “Summer” to “Fall”

The Lenovo Phab2 Pro was announced back in June at Lenovo Tech World in Silicon Valley and is the world’s first phone with Google’s Project Tango to soon become commercially available. You can check out our hands-on from back in June. AusDroid reports that the Project Tango smartphone will not be coming to Australia at all. As far as where ... Read More »

Goodbye, Hello: Firefox casts off its built-in video chat client this fall

Firefox’s built-in video chat component, Firefox Hello, appears to be destined for the scrap heap. Developers of the popular browser plan to remove Hello from the browser as early as Firefox 49, which is scheduled for release in mid-September. Mozilla hasn’t made an official announcement about the change but developers are discussing the feature removal on a Firefox bug tracking ... Read More »

Europe’s ‘next domino to fall’ is teetering: Strategist

Problems are piling up in Italy, sending Italian stocks sinking and creating fresh concerns about the future of the European Union. The ETF tracking the MSCI Italy index (EWI) has become one of the year’s worst-performing, losing about a quarter of its value in 2016. Unfortunately, Boris Schlossberg, managing director of FX strategy for BK Asset Management, doesn’t see an ... Read More »

Rumors: Microsoft Floor, Band updates should lead a fall splash of Windows hardware

New reports imply that Microsoft plans to issue new Floor hardware within the next few months. But whatexactly Microsoft has in thoughts stays uncertain. Right here’s a rundown of the rumors. Both ZDNet and Windows Primary file that Microsoft is leaning closer to a small hardware occasion this autumn, where there can be “minor revisions” to the Floor lineup. Each ... Read More »

PepsiCo quarterly income fall 3%

PepsiCo’s quarterly income fell three percent, the sixth straight zone of decline, harm by means of a sturdygreenback and weak spot in some markets inclusive of Latin the us and Europe. stocks of PepsiCo rose in premarket buying and selling at the file. (Get the brand new quote here.) Pepsi stated on Monday that income in Latin america fell 26.three ... Read More »

Trading the unheard-of fall in yields to zero

For the first time ever Japan’s 10-year bond yield went negative, raising concern that loose central bank policies around the world have finally gone too far and leaving investors scratching their heads on how to trade such an unprecedented situation. Japan becomes the first G-7 country whose 10-year debt went past zero, which means holders are actually paying the government ... Read More »