2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Convertible Release Date, Price and Specs – Roadshow

It’s a rare day when an automaker brings out a convertible version of a car before the coupe. Mercedes-Benz already unveiled the compact C-Class Coupe last year, so it stood to reason that the convertible was soon to follow.

It’s a rare day when an automaker brings out a convertible version of a car before the coupe. Mercedes-Benz already unveiled the compact C-Class Coupe last year, so it stood to reason that the convertible was soon to follow. Now, at the Geneva Motor Show, we’ve finally come full circle.

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You’ll be able to see what HoloLens is seeing on a phone or PC

Microsoft has already shown off how HoloLens could change the way we see sports, play games, or watch Netflix, and now it’s adding live streaming into the mix.

It turns out the HoloLens Companion app lets you broadcast what you’re seeing via the headset to your Windows 10 PC or Windows 10 Mobile device.

Microsoft has already shown off how HoloLens could change the way we see sports, play games, or watch Netflix, and now it’s adding live streaming into the mix.

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Review: Pebble Time Round

Introduction and features

Pebble is not like the rest of the big smartwatch names. Where Apple and Motorola use software most people have heard of and big bright screens, and offer limited battery life as a consequence, Pebble has traditionally gone with a much dimmer screen and custom software, enabling its devices to last way longer between charges.

Introduction and features

Pebble is not like the rest of the big smartwatch names. Where Apple and Motorola use software most people have heard of and big bright screens, and offer limited battery life as a consequence, Pebble has traditionally gone with a much dimmer screen and custom software, enabling its devices to last way longer between charges.

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Review: Fairphone 2

Introduction and features

In today’s smartphone climate it makes a change to see something different – and whatever else the Fairphone 2 is, it’s certainly different. Built with sustainability and repairability in mind rather than joining the high-end-specs race, this is a phone for the environmentally conscious – which, really, should be just about all of us.

Introduction and features

In today’s smartphone climate it makes a change to see something different – and whatever else the Fairphone 2 is, it’s certainly different. Built with sustainability and repairability in mind rather than joining the high-end-specs race, this is a phone for the environmentally conscious – which, really, should be just about all of us.

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C Spire introduces new iOS Wi-Fi hotspot connection service

RIDGELAND, Miss., Feb. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — C Spire today announced that its mobile service unit has launched a new Wi-Fi hotspot connection service for Apple iOS smartphone users.

Customers of the nation’s sixth largest mobile service provider who own Apple smartphones will now have free access to over 20 million high-quality amenity Wi-Fi access points worldwide thanks to a partnership with Devicescape.

RIDGELAND, Miss., Feb. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — C Spire today announced that its mobile service unit has launched a new Wi-Fi hotspot connection service for Apple iOS smartphone users.

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Review: Updated: iPad mini 2

Introduction

Update: Thinking of other tablets to buy? I’ve updated the competition section, and updated the interface to include all the goodies from iOS 9.2.1.

The iPad mini 2 was, in 2013, Apple’s next step in the smaller tablet wars – and with Google and Amazon stepping up their respective games, the Cupertino brand needed something that hit back with strength.

Introduction

Update: Thinking of other tablets to buy? I’ve updated the competition section, and updated the interface to include all the goodies from iOS 9.2.1.

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Got a spare $3,000? Microsoft has opened HoloLens dev kit pre-orders

Microsoft has set up a webpage inviting developers to pre-order the developer version of its HoloLens headset, which is powered by an unspecified 32-bit Intel processor.

Essentially a Windows 10 computer worn on the head that allows for wire-free holographic computing without wires, cameras or any other devices, HoloLens will begin shipping to developers on March 30.

Microsoft has set up a webpage inviting developers to pre-order the developer version of its HoloLens headset, which is powered by an unspecified 32-bit Intel processor.

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Raspberry Pi 3 arrives with Wi-Fi and huge performance increase

The Raspberry Pi 3 has been announced, with the third iteration of the hugely popular mini-computer boasting 50% more processing power.

The latest Raspberry Pi is based on a Broadcom BCM2837 System on a Chip (SoC), which includes the 64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex A53 processor, giving the Pi 3 its power boost.

The Raspberry Pi 3 has been announced, with the third iteration of the hugely popular mini-computer boasting 50% more processing power.

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Review: Asus ROG G752

Introduction and design

Once all but a misnomer, today there are more gaming notebooks to choose from than ever. While the trend lately has favored more more svelte and understated gaming laptops, machines packing a big screen and big performance haven’t gone anywhere.

Introduction and design

Once all but a misnomer, today there are more gaming notebooks to choose from than ever. While the trend lately has favored more more svelte and understated gaming laptops, machines packing a big screen and big performance haven’t gone anywhere.

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