Sony recently launched three new Xperia handsets and one of them is now available for purchase in the United States. The factory unlocked Sony Xperia XZ1 has been released in the country. It’s the first among these three new Xperia handsets to be released so far.
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The internet is a great resource if you want to do some extra learning in your free time. There are countless services available online that will teach you everything from coding to cooking online. Online teaching startup Udacity has now opened registration for a new “Intro to Self-Driving Cars” course that anyone can enroll in. It’s actually billed as a “nanodegree” class.
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If you have been meaning to try out the latest iteration to the Forza Motorsport franchise, you will be delighted to know that the Forza Motorsport 7 demo download is live now. The demo has gone live alongside a new launch trailer for the title. Forza Motorsport 7 is scheduled to be released later this month.
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Those who are in the market for a new 4K TV with High Dynamic Range support should look at the latest options from Hisense. A new series of 4K Hisense Roku TVs is available starting today. They promise the ultimate viewing experience coupled with Roku’s software which brings a world of entertainment content to the user’s fingertips.
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Hotel loyalty programs provide you with points that can be used for discounts, free nights, etc but if you’re a Hilton Honors member, you can now use your points to shop on Amazon. It has been announced today that more than 66 million Hilton Honors members can now redeem their Hilton Honors Points for purchases at Amazon.com.
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You can use Google Earth to check out any part of the world without having to leave your couch. The satellite imagery has been considerably improved over the past few years but now Google Earth is providing users a completely different way of exploring the world. It has integrated crowdsourced photos to let users explore the world through someone else’s lens.
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The Galaxy S8 Active was released in August 2017 and was initially targeted at the high-end rugged phones market. At publishing time, the Galaxy S8 Active was priced at USD 849 (exclusively from AT&T). Even if this product was created to address the high-end market, the reality is that many products will shift segments as their price are pushed down over the years. Read full post →Galaxy S8 Active Review



The Google app for iOS has received a new feature today. The feature is going to recommend them articles that are relevant to the one they’re reading. This will keep users in the app for a longer period of time. The recommended articles will be surfaced when users are reading a webpage on the Google app for iOS.

The suggestions for related articles will be displayed when the user pulls up the bottom of the page. They don’t have to type anything in the search box to find out more about that particular topic.

Suppose you’ve just finished reading an article about the different ways you can cook a steak. Once you reach the end of the page, the app will surface related articles that might be about the method you can use to check the doneness of a steak. You get the idea.

The recommendations can be accessed by swiping up on the bottom bar. This gesture will bring up a lightbox-style display that contains automatically populated content. This is a useful feature since many of us like to consult multiple sources these days whenever we’re searching for something online.

Google says that this feature is only available to users in the United States. It adds that the feature will be expanded to more languages and locales in the future.



You don’t get to hear about school districts getting hacked often but that did happen recently. An entire school district in Montana was shut down for three days after hackers breached into servers and gained access to student and faculty records. The hack itself wouldn’t have prompted the shutdown probably, it was the ominous threats from hackers that led to the shutdown.
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Chromebooks are a hit in the education sector so it’s not surprising to see that Google works with hardware manufacturers on Chromebooks for students. It announced HP’s Chromebook x360 11 G1 Education Edition earlier this year in March. It wasn’t available for everyone back then but it is now. HP has released the Chromebook x360 to the public.
Read full post →HP Chromebook x360 Now Available To The Public