Microsoft eyes unused TV airwaves in bold rural broadband plan

Microsoft wants to extend broadband access to rural communities by harnessing unused parts of the TV airwaves spectrum.

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Windows Update is a mess: 3 things Microsoft should do to fix it

Windows 10 Tips Anniversary Update

Microsoft has over-reached with its big-brother policies that inflict the worst parts of Windows Update on every Windows 10 user — like it or not. Here’s how it could fix that.

The post Windows Update is a mess: 3 things Microsoft should do to fix it appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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ARM announces new Cortex-A73 CPU, Mali G71 GPU

ARM-Cortex A72
ARM unveiled new plans for its CPU and GPU line-ups today, with parts expected to launch in 2017. The Mali-G71 and Cortex-A73 should both be upgrades and improvements on existing parts.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/229328-arm-announces-new-cortex-a73-cpu-mali-g71-gpu

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Apple turning comparatively low profit on iPhone SE despite cheaper parts, analyst says

Article Image In spite of recyling many parts from other iPhones, Apple’s profit margin on the iPhone SE is relatively low next to the high-end iPhone 6s, a new analyst estimate suggests.

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Supply chain suggests iPhone orders will rebound this summer ahead of 'iPhone 7' launch

Article Image Forecast trends in the demand for flexible PCB (printed circuit board) parts for iPhones indicate that while iPhone production may be down in the first half of the year, it will likely rebound in the second half as work begins on Apple’s next-generation models.

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Apple allegedly keeping 'close eye' on possible sale of Time Warner, with streaming TV in mind

Article Image Apple is paying close attention to the possibility of Time Warner — or parts of it — going up for sale, potentially with the intent of buying assets to help launch a streaming TV service, according to rumors.

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'iPad Pro' parts shipments starting in Sept. with new display tech & suppliers – report

Parts shipments for a 12.9-inch “iPad Pro” will likely begin in September, resulting in production of about 1 million units per month this year — but with new touchscreen technology and suppliers, according to a J.P. Morgan investor memo.

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New 'iPhone 6s' leak shows parts such as unified flex cables, camera and home button rings

A series of parts for Apple’s alleged “iPhone 6s,” leaked on Thursday, appear to back claims that Apple is optimizing the internal design of its next iPhone while leaving the outside relatively unchanged.

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AppleInsider podcast discusses 'iPhone 6s' expectations, iOS gamepads, listener questions & more

On this week’s latest AppleInsider podcast, we discuss leaked “iPhone 6s” parts, iOS-compatible gaming controllers, and Showtime subscriptions for cable cutters. The team also tackles the new GoPro Session, DJI Phantom 3, and answers your questions.

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Proposed regulation could keep 3D-printed gun blueprints offline for good

Those handy digital blueprints that enable anyone to 3D print gun parts or even a weapon from scratch could be under threat thanks to a new proposal from the State Department.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/07/01/proposed-regulation-could-keep-3d-printed-gun-blueprints-offline-for-good/

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Teardown shows Apple Watch S1 chip has custom CPU, 512MB RAM, 8GB storage

The first complete teardown of the S1 system-on-chip in the Apple Watch shows parts from a number of different manufacturers, including a Broadcom wireless chip, and memory from Elpida, Toshiba, and SanDisk, a detailed look inside the custom chip revealed on Thursday.



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AT&T announces new broadband package to compete with Google service

AT&T is planning a new faster broadband service in parts of the Kansas City metro area that will put it in competition with Google Fiber.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/02/16/att-announces-new-broadband-package-to-match-pricing-speed-google-service/

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Nvidia launches GTX 980M, almost closing the laptop-desktop performance gap

Nvidia laptop with Maxwell GPU inside
Today, Nvidia is unveiling the GTX 980M and GTX 970M — the first high-end mobile parts based on the new GM204 Maxwell GPU core. With the Maxwell-based mobile GPUs, Nvidia is claiming that the 980M now has 75% the performance of its desktop counterpart — meaning there are now laptops that are truly capable of high-fps 1080p gaming.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/191592-nvidia-launches-gtx-980m-almost-closing-the-laptop-desktop-performance-gap

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5 Ways Data Denial Hurts Marketing and Sales


Even as other parts of business have reoriented around data, sales and marketing have been allowed to function as though they’re black arts, with their practitioners going about their trades mysteriously, doing things for reasons only they know. Sometimes the result is a great quarter. Other times, not so much. Sales and marketing always have generated metrics — but given the difficulty of discovering and organizing them, many managers have fallen back on instinct and experience to make decisions.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/81155.html?rss=1

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Apple exploring new ways of melting and feeding Liquidmetal for manufacturing

Apple is still working to perfect methods of manufacturing Liquidmetal parts, according to a new patent application published Thursday by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, with the company moving on to processes for melting the unique metal alloy and feeding it to casting and processing equipment.



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Photos of supposed fully assembled 'iPhone 6' chassis surface

Amid the deluge of parts leaks and rumors surrounding the upcoming “iPhone 6,” a set of photos on Tuesday mates purportedly leaked rear case and display components in what could be the first look at Apple’s next handset.



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Microscopic analysis, iOS 8 code point to new 4.7-inch 'iPhone 6' display resolutions

Adding to the pile of supposed “iPhone 6″ parts leaks, a report out of Russia claims to have put a display bound for Apple’s 4.7-inch handset under the microscope, while new code discovered in Xcode suggests at least one new iPhone model will carry a 1,472-by-828-pixel resolution.



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