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The 2016 Nexus: Everything We Think We Know About Google’s Next Phones

While there are dozens of phones that run their own flavour of Android operating system, Nexus phones are the purest expressions of Google’s ideas. Google is preparing to launch a pair of new Nexus phones this autumn, and thanks to rumours and leaks we’ve already got a good idea of what they’ll look like. * Read the full article here

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Neonode AirBar – Covert your Laptop Screen Into A Fully Functional Touch Screen

The AirBar is plug and play USB device which converts an ordinary laptop screen into a touch screen. It is currently compatible with 15.6 inch screen size laptops. Also right now it supports few Operating Systems (OS) like Windows 7, 8, 10. The Neonode has said that they are working to make it compatible for Mac OS & also for different screen sizes. * Read the full article here

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Linux kernel 4.8 to natively support Microsoft Surface 3

While Linus Torvalds is busy in developing Linux kernel 4.8, it has now found that the next version of the open-source operating system will natively support Microsoft’s Surface 3. The new support emerges from a touchscreen controller driver that will enable the last year’s Surface tablet to run Linux flawlessly. * Read the full article here

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PS4 Neo being unveiled in early September, report says

After confirming its existence and little else just prior to E3 in June, Sony will officially unveil an upgraded PlayStation 4 at an event in September. That’s according to new reports by Gameblog and Vice, both of which state the event is scheduled to take place in New York on Wednesday, September 7. This puts it just before the start of the Tokyo Game Show, which begins on September 15. * Read the full article here

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4 ways to re-purpose your tablet

Do you have an old tablet lying around? Or are you ready to upgrade but feel bad ditching your old one? You could make good use of it by re-purposing it into something else. Here are a few easy ideas for turning your old tablet into something new — kind of. And in you’re in the cleaning mood, or want to be, check out the KonTechie Method, which helps you clear your tech clutter by using one simple question. * Read the full article here

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