Daily Archives: October 16, 2019

Microsoft Office sai tummennetun tilan iPhonelle ja iPadille

Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook ja OneNote ovat saaneet tummennetun dark mode -tilan iOS 13– ja iPadOS-järjestelmille. Visuaalisesti synkemmän ulkoasun tarkoitus on tehdä sovelluksista silmäystävällisempiä erityisesti hämärissä tiloissa. Uudistus ei tule suurena yllätyksenä, sillä se saapui vain hetki OneNotelle saapuneen päivityksen jälkeen. Microsoft kuvaili OneNote-päivityksen yhteydessä ominaisuuden helpottavan silmien rasitusta …

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PS5 controller could copy a key Google Stadia feature

Sony has recently spilled more details on the upcoming PS5, including confirmation of a release window and news of a PS5 controller, but it seems the company has a few more tricks up its sleeve. According to a patent published by the World Intellectual Property Organization in September, and filed …

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Google is killing off Daydream VR, with no support for the new Pixel 4

Google is discontinuing its Daydream virtual reality platform, due to a lack of interest from both consumers and developers. The newly announced Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL – which were officially revealed yesterday – will not support Daydream, and the Daydream View headset is no longer available to buy. This …

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Huawei: ‘Political’ challenges make 5G security difficult to solve

Huawei has reiterated its belief that telecoms security is an industry-wide issue that can be solved if it is viewed as a technological challenge, not a political one. The beleaguered Chinese firm has been effectively blacklisted from the US on national security grounds and Washington is urging its allies to …

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The best free word processor 2019

A good word processor is one of the few pieces of software you simply can’t live without. You might be able to manage without a spreadsheet tool or something for making slideshows, but text documents are unavoidable. Thankfully, you don’t need to splash out on a full Microsoft Office subscription; …

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3D printing is helping to tackle nuclear waste

3D printing is finding more and more innovative applications – from printing meat in space to using giant printers to fashion entire boats – and the latest intriguing development is using the technology to help recycle more nuclear waste. Over in the US, scientists from the Department of Energy’s Argonne …

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