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October 16, 2018


Patently Apple

oday at Adobe MAX, their biggest event of the year, Adobe previewed Photoshop CC () on iPad, Project Aero, a latest design computer table 2018 tool that enables creators to design AR experiences, and Project Gemini, a drawing app. Adobe also introduced Premiere Rush CC, the first all-in-one, easy-to-use video editing app for social media creators.

Below a video which is an overview of what's coming to the iPad next year from The Verge

 

 

 Adobe notes in their press release that Photoshop CC on iPad is Redesigned for a modern touch experience, Photoshop CC on iPad will deliver the power and precision of its desktop counterpart. Photoshop CC on iPad will let users open and edit native PSD files using Photoshop's industry-standard image-editing tools and will feature the familiar Photoshop layers panel. With Photoshop CC across devices, coming first to iPad in 2019, you will be able to start your work on an iPad and seamlessly roundtrip all of your edits with Photoshop CC on the desktop via Creative Cloud.

 

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October 15, 2018


Windows Central

Surface Pro 6 vs. HP Spectre x2

HP's top-of-the-line Spectre x2 and Microsoft's latest Surface Pro 6 can both fill the same table versatile role, but you're only looking to buy one of them. The Surface Pro 6 has stronger internals and a battery that can last you all day, but its accessories aren't included. If you want to save money on a bundle and don't mind the weaker battery, the HP Spectre x2 is right for you.

It's clear that HP took some design cues from the Surface Pro line — it's a tablet with a detachable keyboard, kickstand, and pen support — but there are some differences. The Spectre x2's kickstand, instead of a solid piece like on the Pro 6, has more of a bordered U-shape design. It extends out 165 degrees just like the Pro 6, but here it has a gold finish that offsets the dark ash color nicely. The Spectre x2 only has the one color option, whereas the Pro 6 is available in standard platinum or black.

The Pro 6 is newer than the Spectre x2, and that means 8th Gen Intel Core i5 and i7 CPUs, as well as more options for RAM and storage. It's going to cost considerably more than HP's device, especially with Type Cover and Surface Pen included, but it's one fine device.

 

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October 12, 2018


The Guardian

Great screen, robust design, brilliant keyboard and Thunderbolt 3 make the third-generation ThinkPad X1 Tablet a potent combinationLenovo Thinkpad X1 Tablet

Lenovo’s third-generation ThinkPad X1 Tablet aims to be a no-compromise detachable that gives users what Microsoft’s Surface won’t: USB-C and Thunderbolt 3.

The form factor is familiar. The actual computer is squeezed into an 8.9mm thick tablet with a kickstand out the back and a magnetically attached keyboard that sits up on an angle for better typing.

But here departs from the winning minimalist Surface 2-in-1 formula, bringing ThinkPad staples such as a pointing nipple, trackpad buttons, bucket-shaped keyboard keys and optional road-warrior appealing 4G.

The 13in screen is bigger than you’ll find on the and the, and that makes it easier to use solo as a laptop. The screen itself is pin-sharp, colourful and just about bright enough to use outdoors. Movies look great on it, with good viewing angles, and while the bezels around the outside are quite large, they accommodate two front-facing speakers, a fingerprint scanner and a -enabled IR face recognition system.

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October 11, 2018

OnMSFT

Despite a recent refresh of Surface hardware line with newer offerings, Microsoft is still looking to Surface Pro 4 and Surface dockinnovate with its older Surface devices by introducing that will throttle the battery recharge for docked PCs.

Announced today, in the Settings menu that will “limit the level of charge for devices that remain connected to an external power supply for an extended duration.

 

The new Battery Limit feature of Surface devices from Surface Pro 3 forward addresses these situations by providing a UEFI setting that instructs the battery controller to limit total charge to a maximum 50%. Enabling the setting preserves the battery’s ability to take and hold a charge while it’s connected to external power for an extended period of time and is recommended for Surface devices integrated into solutions like kiosks, consoles, and other scenarios where they are constantly connected to an external power supply.

The purpose of Battery Limit appears to be an attempt to address the mobility of the Surface devices in a more enterprise and sales oriented enviornment.

 

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October 10, 2018


VentureBeat

A beautiful screen, phone-like cameras, and the ability to switch from a tablet into a laptop using a Google Pixel Slatedetachable keyboard — those are just three of the key selling points of the new Pixel Slate, announced today at the in New York City. Heavily leaked before its announcement, Pixel Slate represents Google’s latest attempt to challenge Apple’s iPad and iPad Pro lineups with a Chrome OS device designed “for life at work and at play.”

Available in “midnight blue” aluminum with a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 face, Pixel Slate was unveiled as part of a complete Google product family alongside new Pixel 3 smartphones and a Google Home Hub, matching previously leaked images and specifications. The form factor will instantly be familiar to anyone who has seen tablets and smartphones evolve over the past eight years: a 12.3-inch rounded rectangle with a 3:2 aspect ratio LTPS screen (the “Molecular Display”) at a 3,000 by 2,000 resolution.

Front-firing stereo speakers are built into the bezel's short sides, while the edges hold two USB-C ports that enable Pixel Slate to offer more connectivity than Apple's iPads, or even the 12-inch MacBook. Battery life is said to be 10 hours — the 48-Watt-hour cell "keeps up with you all day" — and you can get two hours of battery life off a 15-minute quick charge.

Processing performance shouldn't be an issue for the Pixel Slate, at least, if you opt for something other than the base model. All versions use Intel chips, but vary dramatically in CPU specs, RAM, and storage.

1.5GHz Kaby Lake Celeron (3965Y) CPU, 4GB RAM, 32GB storage: Starts at 9 with a more deluxe 8GB RAM/64GB storage alternative
3.4GHz Intel 8th Gen Core m3 (8100Y) CPU, 8GB RAM, 64GB storage: Starts at 9
3.9GHz Intel 8th Gen Core i5 (8200Y) CPU, 8GB RAM, 128GB storage: Starts at 9
4.2GHz Intel 8th Gen Core i7 (8500Y) CPU, 16GB RAM, 256GB storage: Starts at,599

 

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October 9, 2018


PCWorld

 

As promised at E3, Microsoft is entering the live video game streaming fray. On Monday, the company revealed details about Project xCloud, a service that will let you stream Xbox One games to computers, phones, and tablets. “Our vision for the evolution of gaming is similar to music and movies—entertainment should be available on demand and accessible from any screen,” Kareem Choudhry, Microsoft’s VP of cloud gaming, said in a post announcing the service.

Microsoft’s currently testing Project xCloud on mobile devices paired to an Xbox Wireless Controller over Bluetooth, and it’s working on “a new, game-specific touch input overlay” for controller-free gaming. Though details weren’t released, look for public trials to begin in 2019.

 

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October 8, 2018


MyBroadband

Microsoft recently unveiled its new device, set to launch later this month.Microsoft Surface Pro 6

The tablet, which can function in “tablet, studio, or laptop” modes, packs an 8th-gen Intel Core i5 or i7 processor and up to 16GB of RAM.

It runs Windows 10 and also features Intel UHD graphics – all for a starting price of 9.

At this price point, and the fact that it has the word “Pro” in its name, means it is competing against the Apple iPad Pro – a tablet aimed at professionals just like the Surface Pro 6.

The iPad packs much less RAM, however, 4GB vs the 8GB or 16GB available in the Surface Pro.

The Surface Pro also wins the storage race, with up to a 1TB SSD available, while the iPad Pro only goes up to 512GB.

Both tablets are roughly the same size – the Surface Pro is a bit bigger and heavier – and both support Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Apple’s Lightning port is the main connector for the iPad Pro, while Microsoft has opted for a USB 3.0 port – notably not USB-C.

Arguably the most defining difference, though, is the operating systems – iOS 12 versus Windows 10.

Tablet Comparison Specifications iPad Pro 12.9 Surface Pro 6 OS iOS 12 Windows 10 Home Display 12.9-inch Retina (2,732 x 2,048) Touch 12.3-inch PixelSense (2,736 x 1,824) Touch CPU A10X Fusion Intel Core 8th Gen i5/i7 Graphics Embedded Intel UHD Graphics 620 RAM 4GB 8GB/16GB Storage 64GB/256GB/512GB 128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB SSD Connectivity LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2 Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.1 Ports Lightning, 3.5mm jack, Smart Connector USB 3.0, 3.5mm jack, Mini DisplayPort, MicroSDXC reader Dimensions 305 x 220 x 6.9 mm (692g) 292 x 201 x 8.5 mm (792g) Price (starting) 9 9

 

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October 3, 2018

 

New Microsoft Surface Devices

Unplug. Pack light. Get productive your way, all day, with the new Surface Pro 6 - now faster than ever with the latest 8th Gen Intel Core processor.

Think in color with the new Surface Laptop 2. Sleek and light, with improved speed and performance, slip it into your bag and make every day more productive

The smarter way to listen. Music and calls sound spectacular with active noise cancellation, rich audio, Bluetooth connectivity, and on-ear touch controls.

 

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October 2, 2018


engadget

This afternoon, Microsoft will show off its next wave of devices at a New York City press gathering. We're expecting some overdue upgrades for the Surface Laptop, Pro and Book. But it's also the perfect opportunity for the company to show off something entirely new. Now that Microsoft has proved it can innovate, will it take even bigger chances?

 

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October 1, 2018


The Verge

Microsoft is holding a media event on Tuesday in New York City. Described only as a “moment of your time,” the event is likely to focus on Surface hardware, Windows 10 features, and Microsoft’s new. Microsoft’s Surface chief, Panos Panay, will be attending the event and it will be the company’s first big Surface / Windows press event since former Windows chief over the summer. It’s a chance for Microsoft to show where Windows is heading, unveil the latest Surface hardware, and perhaps surprise us with something new.

Surface Pro 6

Microsoft’s Surface Pro is also due a refresh, and it will likely be very similar to the Surface Laptop 2 changes. We’re expecting to see a new model with Intel’s latest processors and a black color variant. Microsoft has not typically offered color variations with the Surface Pro (like it does with the whole of the Surface Laptop) so we may also see additional colors, too. Microsoft is reportedly overhauling the Surface Pro design in 2019, so this latest model will likely be a refresh of the current Surface Pro with not many design changes.

Surface Studio 2

It’s been two years since Microsoft first unveiled the Surface Studio at a press event in New York City. The software maker might be ready to unveil a successor, as stocks of the current model are sold out at Microsoft’s online store. If Microsoft does have a new Studio ready, we’re hoping to see much better specifications than the original model. Microsoft could use Intel’s latest processors alongside an updated graphics chip from Nvidia.

 

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SlashGear

The HP Spectre Folio was revealed today with a fully leather-clad exterior on a PC with multiple transformations in the mix. This PC is part of an initiative at HP to “reinvent the PC” and – if what we’re seeing here turns out to be everything they’ve promised – they might well have gotten on the right track. This is what HP calls “the world’s first leather convertible PC.”

“Product exterior and outer keyboard is 100 percent genuine full grain leather as of 9/18/18.”

Under the hood in this PC is an 8th-gen Intel Core i7 processor with 8GB LPDDR3 SDRAM with Intel UHD Graphics 615 GPU. Internal storage rings in at 256GB PCIe NVMe M.2, Solid State Drive style. There’s a front-facing camera HP calls “HP Wide Vision FHD IR Webcam” that’s paired with integrated dual array digital microphones. This camera sits above a relatively high-end display.

The display is 13.1-inches diagonally with IPS LCD technology. This display is micro-edge WLED-backlit, is a touchscreen, and has FHD resolution. That’s 1920 x 1080 and its covered with Corning Gorilla Glass NBT. The touchpad on this device works with HP Imagemap with multi-touch gesture support.

The keyboard is a full-size set of keys in the island style. They’re backlit, and they’re able to fold up in different configurations with the rest of the folio. Around the edges of the PC are 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports, 1 USB 3.1 Type-C port (data transfer only), 1 USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A port (HP Sleep and Charge), and one headphone/microphone combo jack.

The box contains the PC itself and an HP Digital Pen in dark ash silver (in its first iteration). This PC also includes a single USB-C to USB-A dongle – for all your old and new device plug-in needs.

 

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September 30, 2018


The Verge

Microsoft is holding a Surface hardware event on Tuesday (October 2nd) in New York City, and a new Microsoft Surface Blackleak reveals the company will announce a Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Pro 6. We’d been expecting Microsoft to refresh both these devices at the event, but we’d also been assuming the new hardware would come with modern USB-C ports. Germany site that neither the Surface Laptop 2 or Surface Pro 6 will include USB-C ports.

Instead, Microsoft is said to be sticking with its trusted mini DisplayPort and Surface Connector combo for connecting to displays and charging the device. If the report is genuine then this would be a surprising move from Microsoft, and it would also match rumored. The software maker has introduced USB-C on both the Surface Book 2 and Surface Go devices, and to not refresh its flagship Surface Pro and Surface Laptop with the same connector seems like an odd choice.

Microsoft is expected to ship both new devices in, which WinFuture says will only be available on the pricier models. The Verge will be live from Microsoft’s Surface hardware event on Tuesday, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

 

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September 27, 2018

Thurrott.com

“Microsoft Surface laptops are now eligible for ‘recommended’ status in Consumer Reports ratings,” Surface gothe publication. “Last year, we removed that designation because of poor predicted reliability in comparison with laptops from other brands.”

This is big news, folks: Consumer Reports is a trusted and reliable consumer advocate, and its recommendations matter. It’s also worth pointing out that of the time,, which is not an indication of real-world reliability, fell very far off the mark.

And to be clear, those Surface Book and Pro 4 reliability issues were very real. In fact,.

But it is very clear that Microsoft’s more recent Surface releases—starting with Surface Laptop, and continuing through Surface Pro (2017), and Surface Book 2—are far more reliable than the Surface Book (1) and Surface Pro 4 that were responsible for Consumer Reports dropping its recommendation in 2017. (Surface Go is too new for me to have an opinion about its reliability.)

But now Consumer Reports has a new set of data to work from: A year later, its readers have responded to newer surveys about the products they’ve purchased. And the data matches my contention about the newer PCs: They are far more reliable now.

“The Surface Pro (2017), Surface Laptop, and Surface Book 2 do score well enough to be recommended,” Consumer Reports proclaims.

However, Surface Go does not. Why? For the reason I’ve told people to ignore the product: Poor performance and battery life.

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September 26, 2018


9to5Mac

One of ‘s headline features is , which allows iPhone owners to limit the amount of time they spend using their devices on.

Of particular interest to parents was the ability to – but it hasn’t taken long for kids to figure out how to bypass the limits …

The first, and most obvious one, was for kids to change the time of the device to an earlier one – before the downtime kicks in.

But a  thread spotted by  reveals that this isn’t the only hack kids are employing.

When iOS 12 came out I limited my 7-year old son’s screen time through the family share. For a few days I felt like he was playing a bit more than he should, but I couldn’t figure out why.

Finally today, my son revealed his hack: When he runs out of screen time and his games get locked, he heads to App Store, downloads a previously installed (but later removed) game through the cloud icon, and it works without limitations! What can I say.. I’m not even mad. That’s impressive.

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