Microsoft’s IntelliMouse had many fans and they were disappointed when the company discontinued the IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 over five years ago. However, it seems that the company might be bringing this mouse back. A new modern version of the mouse that’s based on the IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 has now been spotted on the company’s website listed as “coming soon.”
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There are plenty of ways that you can make sure that the intimate photos on your phone don’t show up in camera roll. If they do show up in the camera roll, it becomes very risky to show off unrelated pictures to someone on your phone as there’s always a risk of an accidental swipe or tap. There’s a new app called Nude that aims to save users from such incidents. It uses artificial intelligence to automatically detect and hide nudes from the camera roll on iPhones.
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DxO, a company that’s usually talked about because of its smartphone camera reviews, launched a small detachable camera for iOS devices two years ago called the DxO One. The camera plugged into the Lightning port and worked just like you’d expect a camera to. It was never launched for Android back then but that’s changing today. DxO is finally launching its detachable smartphone camera for Android devices.
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The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has finally been released by Microsoft today. It was detailed several months ago and members of the Insiders program have been able to try out the new features included in this update. Starting today, Windows 10 users across the globe will be able to experience for themselves all of the improvements and changes that Microsoft has made to Windows 10 with the Fall Creators Update.
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It has been known for quite some time now that a standalone Star Wars Han Solo movie is in the pipeline. What the studio hadn’t confirmed, though, was the actual title. We no longer have to guess or rely on rumors anymore because the movie’s director Ron Howard has just confirmed that Star Wars Han Solo movie title.
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Razer has launched a new model of its ultraportable 12 inch Blade Stealth notebook which will provide a bit more processing power than the existing models. It still doesn’t have enough processing power on its own to function as a proper gaming machine, a Core enclosure will still be required, but it’s going to make a lot of difference when multitasking with heavy apps on the notebook.
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Microsoft had previously confirmed October 19th as the release date for the Age of Empires remaster. If you were counting down the days and were happy that only two days were left, you need to start counting once again. Microsoft has now confirmed that it’s delaying the Age of Empires: Definitive Edition release to 2018.
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If you’re not willing to buy a new car just to get Alexa functionality on the road, then maybe you should check out Garmin’s new product. Garmin and Amazon have launched a new device that looks kind of like the Amazon Echo Dot. It’s meant to go in your car where it’s going to put the full range of Alexa skills just a voice command away.
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There weren’t any rumors about this recently so Microsoft’s latest announcement has come as a surprise to many. The company today launched the new Surface Book 2. It’s the successor to the original Surface Book that Microsoft launched back in 2015. At that time, it was the first proper notebook that Microsoft made on its own. The company has made some minor spec changes to the notebook since but this is the first proper Surface Book update.
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There are several common-sense steps that everyone should take in order to keep safe online. However, there are some people who can be at risk of being targeted online specifically. To help them prevent such attacks, Google is now offering a new feature called Advanced Protection. The feature will aid them in protecting themselves against accidental sharing, phishing, and fraudulent access to their accounts. It’s great for human rights workers, journalists, activists, and more.
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