One of the hardest parts of any home design project is envisioning the outcome. Far too many well-meaning remodels have turned into bitter disappointments due to the results differing from expectations. Live Home 3D Pro for Mac lets you perfectly plan and visualize the outcome of any home remodeling project, and it’s on sale for $ 24.99…. Read the rest of this post here
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Microsoft today released a new photos app named ‘Photos Companion” for Android and iOS which is designed to make it easier to transfer photos or videos from a phone to a PC. The new app is released as a part of the Microsoft’s Garage project which lets employees release experimental apps. The app has been in … Continue reading “Microsoft Photos Companion app for Android and iOS released, lets you quickly transfer photos and videos to PC”
Microsoft is releasing a new Photos Companion app for iOS and Android today, designed to make it much quicker to get photos from a phone to a PC. The new app is available immediately, and it’s being released as part of Microsoft’s Garage project which lets employees release experimental apps. Microsoft’s own photos team has been working on the app for several months, and it links directly to Windows 10’s built-in photos app.
If you’re a OneDrive user or you already backup phone photos to another cloud service, this new app probably isn’t for you, but Microsoft has primarily designed this for students. “The biggest hurdle many classrooms faced was getting the content students had captured with their phones onto their project PCs,” e…
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As Virgin Galactic gears up for commercial spaceflights and science research, the company has partnered up with Microsoft and its Edge browser to create a new website that's both mobile-friendly and WebVR optimized. The new site shows off Virgin's ef…
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If you ever find yourself on a bullet train between, say, Tokyo and Osaka at 5.37pm on a Thursday afternoon, you’ll see a lot of dudes in suits with three things on the little fold-out table: a meticulously arranged bento box, a can of Suntory Premium Malts beer, and a Panasonic Let’s Note laptop.
Let’s Note laptops don’t look like much. Well, to be precise, they look like laptops from 2002. They have super boxy, inch-thick designs, squared-off screens, giant cooling vents, optical disc drives, VGA ports, and inexplicably circular trackpads. The line dates back to 1996, and hasn’t really changed much this millennium.
The range remains ubiquitous in Japan wherever there’s a need for portable computing, however, and Panasonic is putting a…
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