Archive for January, 2019

Google’s Futuristic In-Air Gesture Control System Could Replace Buttons

Google’s Futuristic In-Air Gesture Control System Could Replace Buttons

Google was recently awarded a patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) covering its invention of an air-, motion- and radar-based gesture control system which could one day find its way into everything from computers, to smartphones, smartwatches, appliances and more, allowing “touchless control” of key features and functions. Now, Reuters is reporting that the Mountain View,

Chrome Remote Desktop: The easy way to access a remote computer

Chrome Remote Desktop: The easy way to access a remote computer

Once upon a time, in a world not so far away, accessing a computer remotely required all sorts of costly, complicated software and technical know-how. These days, it’s a different story. Google’s free Chrome Remote Desktop service makes it dead-simple to get on any computer — Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chrome OS — from practically any other


After Apple’s guidance revision, time to focus on enterprise

To say Apple’s statement to investors revising its quarterly guidance got a lot of attention in the tech industry would be an understatement. The statement, which largely focused on iPhone sales in China as a major reason for missing revenue expectations by billions of dollars, quickly became one of the bigger tech and business stories of the new year.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Leak Shows off Anti-Notch ‘Hole-Punch’ Design

Samsung Galaxy S10 Leak Shows off Anti-Notch ‘Hole-Punch’ Design

The first big leak of the Samsung Galaxy S10 just arrived a couple months ahead of the flagship’s likely unveiling at Mobile World Congress 2018. On Thursday, prolific gadget leaker Evan Blass posted a Tweet with a picture of what he says is a model of the upcoming Galaxy S10. It isn’t the cleanest photo,