2017 has been a great year for Apple. Not only did the Apple Watch finally take off, but the iPhone X is on its way to possibly becoming the biggest money-making iPhone yet. Earlier this year, Apple released updated versions of it’s 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, in particular, has
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 Added on December 10, 2017  The News Wheel  2019 Avalon , 2019 Toyota Avalon , all-new Avalon , Detroit Auto Show , NAIAS , next generation No Comments Though the Toyota Corolla and Camry tend to steal the spotlight, neither of them offer the size and comfort of the full-size Avalon sedan. That makes
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The Japanese luxury brand is planning to make some waves at the upcoming Detroit Auto Show with a new large-scale SUV. The Lexus LF-1 Limitless is said to represent their vision of a future flagship crossover vehicle. At the moment, it’s the Lexus LX wears that title in the lineup, an old-school SUV built on
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In an attempt to catch up with music streaming apps Spotify and Apple Inc., Alphabet Inc. will give a third shot at launching YouTube’s new music streaming service. This service is all set for launch in March, and has been named Remix. The new service will offer both music and video.  According to a popular
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Over the years, all competition seems to have been relegated to the history books. But that hasn’t stopped Amazon from pushing the envelope with its Kindle series. The Amazon Kindle is in a space of its own. Across the world it has replaced traditional books, bookshelves and libraries with its e-ink displays, ability access and
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Other smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S8 may have introduced facial recognition well before Apple, but Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller says all such systems “stink”. When the iPhone X arrived with its Face ID system, there was criticism from friends and foe alike. But that does not faze Schiller, who told the Dutch website
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This editorial ran in the Charlottetown Guardian: For many, the first of December marked the beginning of the holiday season. Some people have their shopping in hand, others are thinking about starting, and many got their Christmas lights up on the weekend. From airport shuttles to hotel lobbies to shopping malls, the Christmas carol playlist
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2017 has seen plenty of trends, but one that seems to actually be sticking is the smart home. I’m not talking about Wi-Fi-connected kettles or Bluetooth water bottles; those are dumb, but believe it or not, there’s a handful of smart home devices that are actually good. Unfortunately for avocado-eating millenials, the bulk of smart
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This year, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) introduced the iPhone X, which included (among other standout features) an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display. OLED displays have several advantages compared to traditional liquid crystal displays (LCDs), such as improved contrast ratios (this boosts image quality) and faster pixel response times. However, OLEDs have traditionally been tricky to manufacture, and the only company
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Google’s Android 8.1 Oreo has stared to roll out for Pixel and Pixel 2 smartphones. The feature called WiFi Speed labels will show whether speed is ‘Slow’, ‘OK’, ‘Fast’ or ‘Very Fast’.Google Android 8.1 Oreo Pixel 2 WiFi Speed labels feature Apart from bug fixes and general performance improvement; the Android 8.1
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