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Microsoft’s next Surface Go tablet is expected to have Intel N200 inside

Rumor has it that Microsoft will unveil several new Surface products this fall, including new members of the Surface Laptop Studio, Surface Laptop Go, and Surface Go lineups. The next-gen Surface Go should be the smallest, most affordable of the bunch. But according to Windows Central’s Zac Bowden, it’ll bring a big performance upgrade over […]

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Lilbits: Linux on (some) Amazon tablets, and is Lenovo making a Legion Go handheld gaming PC?

Amazon sells cheap tablets with decent screens and reasonably adequate specs because the company wants you to spend money on Amazon products and services. And that’s one of the reasons Amazon Fire tablets ship with a fork of Android called FireOS rather than stock Android software – because it allows Amazon to ship its own […]

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Lilbits: Chromebook X, Passkeys for Windows 11, and Pixel Tablet accessories

When the first Chromebooks launched more than a decade ago, it was probably fair to say that they shipped with a browser-based operating system designed to run web apps. But in the years since then, Google has built a lot of additional functionality into the operating system and added optional support for Android and Linux […]

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Lilbits: Brydge collapses, and your next TV might be free (with persistent ads on a second screen)

Using a mouse for extended periods of repetitive activities like audio editing wreaks havoc on my wrist, so I picked up a vertical mouse a few years ago which seems to help a bit. I’ve also tried a few trackballs, but have never really gotten the hang of using them. But I really like the […]

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Microsoft Surface Go 4 could come in Intel and ARM flavors, a new Surface Pro 11 inch tablet could also be coming soon

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 9 line of tablets come with a choice of Intel or Qualcomm processors, which means customers have a choice of picking up a model with an x86 chip for the best performance and compatibility with existing apps or an ARM-based chip for longer battery life and optional support for 5G. Now it […]

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Sony’s next PlayStation handheld may a PS5 streaming companion rather than a standalone console

Sony hasn’t offered a handheld game console since the company discontinued the PlayStation Vita in 2019. It was already looking pretty long in the tooth at that point, having been first been released seven years earlier. Now there are reports that Sony could planning to launch a new handheld. But it’s not exactly a direct […]

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Microsoft may bring Chromebook-like security and OS update features to Windows

Microsoft has been trying for years to developed a streamlined version of Windows that isn’t bogged down by decades of legacy code, as a way to better compete with modern operating systems like Android, iOS, and ChromeOS. After scrapping several earlier projects, the company is now said to be working on a new project code-named CorePC […]

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Apple’s next iMac could debut later this year with an M3 chip

Apple is said to be preparing to launch a new iMac later this year, bringing a major spec bump to the company’s all-in-one desktop computers for the first time since 2021, when the company launched the first models powered by Apple processors. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the new iMac is “at an advanced stage […]

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Report: Apple to build its own microLED displays and wireless chips

Apple is reportedly planning to build more of the components used in its products in-house. The company has long relied on third-party manufacturers for chips, displays, and other components. But after transitioning most of its Mac line of computers from Intel processors to Apple Silicon, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports the company has its sights set […]