Author Archives: Shubham

Huawei takes on the MacBook Air with the all new MateBook X

At an event in Berlin, Huawei just announced the new MateBook X. MateBook X is said to be the world’s smallest 13- inch laptop. It is the first of the MateBook series that features a traditional aluminum clamshell design instead of a 2-in-1 configuration. With the MateBook X, Huawei is taking on the new MacBook Air. Talking about the specs, MateBook X is a 13-inch device ...

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Here are the leaked images of the upcoming Surface Pro

It’s been two years since Microsoft launched a new Surface Pro device. Surface Pro fans have been eagerly waiting for a new Surface Pro device for a long time now. Fortunately, looks like the wait is over as Microsoft’s Surface Pro 5, if that’s what they are gonna call it, has been leaked ahead of the official launch. A new leak from VentureBeat suggests that a ...

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Microsoft announces Windows Mixed Reality Motion Controllers, Acer’s Headset starts at $399

During the Keynote on Day Two of Build 17, Microsoft officially announced the Windows Mixed Reality Motion Controllers. These Motion Controllers is aimed at helping those who purchase a Windows Mixed Reality headset experience a rich and immersive experience across creativity tools, productivity, games, and entertainment. According to the company, the controllers offer precise and responsive tracking of movement in your field ...

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iTunes is coming to the Windows Store

Wait, what? iTunes is making its way to the Windows Store? Yes, you read that right, Today at Build, Microsoft made a very surprising, mostly unexpected announcement. The company revelead that iTunes will soon be coming to the Windows Store. This is a very good news if you were planning on buying a Surface Laptop running Windows 10 S, but worried about ...

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Everything you need to know about the Fluent Design System for Windows 10

Metro, Modern and now Fluent Design System, Microsoft has been working hard with the design language of Windows 10. Fluent Design System, previously (or internally) known as the Project Neon is by far the best design language of Windows. According to the company, the goal of Fluent Design System is to deliver harmonious, intuitive, inclusive and responsive cross-device experiences and interactions. ...

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