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Lilbits 333: Windows on Snapdragon 850 is (almost) here

Qualcomm unveiled the Snapdragon 850 processor in June, promising it would offer up to a 30 percent performance improvement for Windows-on-ARM laptops and tablets when compared with the Snapdragon 835 chip. Based on my experience with the Asus NovaGo and its Snapdragon 835 processor, Windows on ARM needs all the performance boosting it can get. […]

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Snap’s new Spectacles are slimmer, waterproof, support still photography (and video)

As expected, Snap is updating its wearable camera. The new Snap Spectacles are now available for $150 and the company has updated the design, making the new version slimmer and lighter. Snap’s new Spectacles are also waterproof and feature support for snapping still photos. The original Snap Spectacles only supported video (you can still shoot short videos […]

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Report: You aren’t the only one who didn’t buy Snap Spectacles

Snap’s first foray into hardware made a but of a splash last year, and recently the company says it sold more than 150 thousand Snap Spectacles. But there’s one small problem: Snap may have hundreds of thousands of unsold units lying around, suggesting that the company vastly overestimated demand for the product. The Information reports that […]

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Now anyone can order Snapchat Spectacles video-recording glasses for $129

The parent company of mobile messaging app Snapchat introduced an odd wearable last year: Snapchat Spectacles are a pair of glasses with a built-in camera that lets you record 10 second of video and wirelessly upload it to Snapchat to share with your friends. Since this is Snapchat’s first foray into hardware, the funny-looking glasses […]