Google is rolling out its latest version of Android Messages starting this week. The new version can send and receive texts right from any browser window. Here’s how to load it on your computer and start texting with ease.
Xbox One fans may have been hoping to play virtual reality games on the console in the future, but Microsoft currently has no plans to bring any sort of VR or AR technology to its console.
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Tech firm says relationship was in violation of the company’s non-fraternization policy, which applies to all managers
The Intel CEO Brian Krzanich is resigning after the company learned of a consensual relationship that he had with an employee.
Intel said Thursday that the relationship was in violation of the company’s non-fraternization policy, which applies to all managers.
If you like comics, but don’t want to fill your attic with box after box of old issues, maybe it’s time to go digital? There are plenty of comic book reader apps for phones, tablets, and laptops and we’ve compiled a list of the best.
James wants to know whether he should opt for an SSD or HDD to save his files on
I am hoping to go to university this year and am looking for a laptop. What’s the difference between an SSD and an HDD, and which would be better for a student? From what I’ve seen, you can get roughly four times as much storage on an HDD as you can on an SSD for the same price, so it seems an HDD would be the better option. James
The laptop market is moving from traditional “spinning rust” hard disk drives (HDDs) to chip-based, solid-state drives (SSDs) for several reasons. SSDs are more responsive; they consume less battery power; they are less likely to break when dropped and they take up a lot less space.
Victoria says it will stick with decisions being made by individual schools
The New South Wales government has announced a comprehensive review of smartphone use in schools, but the Victorian government says it is unlikely to follow suit.
On Thursday the NSW education minister, Rob Stokes, said the review – to be headed by a child psychologist, Michael Carr-Gregg – would examine the prevalence and effect of technology in classrooms, and would consult parents, teachers and education groups.