This week, Google tries again with hardware, Xbox tries to make streaming easier and FOX tries to appeal to a new generation of media consumers.
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This week, your assistants are working together, your childhood is becoming relevant again and your personal data could be for sale again.
This week, Avram Piltch discusses one of the bigger reveals of the week - the 8th Generation Core processors from Intel. The [url=https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/intel-8th-gen-core-kaby-lake-coffee-lake-cannon-lake]branding is confusing to many[/url] leading to an important question - should I wait to buy a laptop with the new processors? Avram says, [url=https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/intel-8th-gen-core-right-time-to-buy]unless you're desperately in need, wait[/url], unless the model of computer is not currently being considered for upgrade. Not all processors are currently being upgraded - in fact only the U-series Core i5 and i7 are on the upgrade path today. Avram's got all of the details on which to wait and which to buy.
This week, HTC is shopping around, Sony is talking to Microsoft and VidAngel cannot steal from anyone.
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This week, Apple gives us something not to worry about, Blizzard gives us something not to remember and Facebook gives us something not to hate.
This week, Avram Piltch gives us a demo of the [url=https://tenkalabs.com/]Circuit Cubes from Tenka Labs[/url], a circuit-building kit for younger kids. The kit is LEGO-compatible, meaning you can enhance your projects using LEGO parts, but the kit differs from that of the [url=http://plughitzlive.com/radio/3-1677-lego-boost-handson-episode-143.html]LEGO BOOST[/url]. The BOOST is a kit designed to encourage programming, while the Circuit Cubes are designed to teach about electricity and circuit design. Instead of using wires to connect components, the Cubes use magnets and direct contact to transfer electricity from piece to piece. Avram and his son have tested the kit out, and Avram has his findings.
This week, Microsoft gets a bum rap, Nintendo gets a new lawsuit and Netflix gets a new competitor.
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This week, Fruitfly was found in an Apple, profit has returned to Nintendo and users aren't interested in Twitter.
This week, Avram is here to help you prepare for the ever important back-to-school season. There are some tech items that every student needs, like a laptop, a backpack, a portable battery and more. Laptop Magazine has compiled [url=https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/best-back-to-school-tech]some of the most important[/url], and Avram talks about what they are and why they were chosen.