Tag Archives: Shows

Moncler scraps catwalk shows for the social media generation

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Microsoft Memo Shows High Return Rates for Surface Book: Report

HIGHLIGHTS Surface chief Panos Panay sent out this memo He claims that Consumer Reports heavily relies on two products’ data Return rates on the Surface Book and Pro 4 were very high at launch Microsoft’s Surface products came under the scanner when Consumer Reports released a survey report claiming that the laptops and tablets in this series were not reliable. The non-profit publication surveyed ... Read More »

Moto G5S Plus Leak Shows Silver Colour Variant From All Sides, Tips Dual Camera Setup

HIGHLIGHTS Moto G5S Plus leaked again, clearing showing dual camera setup The Moto G5S Plus is anticipated to launch on July 25 Another recently tipped feature is LED flash up front The Moto G5S Plus, a much rumoured model that’s expected to expand the Moto G-Series of smartphones, has been leaked once again. This time, a new render image has found ... Read More »

Real life Meizu Pro 7 image shows off its secondary E-Ink display

Almost every day, we come across some new information about the flagship smartphone. Yet again, some renders said to be of the Meizu Pro 7 has appeared on Gizmochina. While we can’t guarantee you the authenticity of these images, they kind of look genuine. The images have allowed us to take a look at both the front and back of ... Read More »

Windows 10 Preview Build Shows Off Upcoming Features, Including Redesigned Action Center

Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Preview build for PC and Mobile, and the updates bring a lot of changes with it. The latest Windows Insider Preview build for PCs is numbered 16215, and it introduces a new notification centre, the ability to pin websites to the taskbar, overhauled handwriting panel, and more emoji support. This is the test ... Read More »

New report shows how quickly India’s tech and mobile market is growing

Mumbai skyline at night. Shutterstock If there’s been any doubt about India being the next major target market for tech businesses, Kleiner Perkins partner Mary Meeker’s latest Internet Trends Report should make that clear as day. The report, which spans 355 pages, dedicates 55 pages solely to the state of internet and mobile access in India. The first major takeaway ... Read More »

Photo Shows How Computer Chips Were Made In 1975

…how do they get these impossibly complex designs into the processors? That leads us to the photo…featuring a Motorola engineer in the 1970s, taking a close look at the drawn transistors of a computer chip. These sheets, all color-coded, would soon be printed onto a piece of silicon, giving a tightly-wound processor more computing ability than one could ever get ... Read More »

This Photo Shows How Computer Chips Were Made in 1975

Re-Exposure is an occasional Motherboard feature where we look back on delightful old tech photos from wire service archives. ADVERTISEMENT “It looks like a three-dimensional skyline. You can get totally lost in it.” Last year, photographer Christoph Morlinghaus gained notice in Wired for a project of his that involved taking very high-resolution shots of microprocessors throughout computing history. Some of ... Read More »

Government’s cuts to education budget shows Tory reform just doesn’t add up

The education budget has gone down for the first time since the 1990s (Photo: Getty) 186SHARES    by Taboola  Sponsored Links  Ever Wonder Why Donald Trump Doesn’t Talk About His Daughter Tiffany? Here’s Why (LifeDaily.com) The Ultimate Way to Get Cheap Hotel Rooms (Save70) Get Politics updates directly to your inbox + Subscribe “We stand to lose up to £100,000 ... Read More »

Wow! Self-Making Bed Shows an Example of a Real-World Market Need

If necessity is the mother of invention, Kickstarter is its playpen. SMARTDUVET: the self-making bed, is a campaign that launched on Kickstarter and has already surpassed its $30,000 (Canadian) goal by almost $11,000 as of this posting. A Real-World Market Need Example If there is one thing Kickstarter has highlighted is, there is a market for almost every imaginable idea. ... Read More »