Freshly announced at Microsoft’s special Windows 10 Devices event few hours ago, the company resumes its Surface journey with two new devices under the family including Surface Pro 4 which features slimmer physique and more powerful hardware. Interestingly, it is coming to Malaysia real soon.
Microsoft has announced the Surface Pro 4, complete with the expected Windows 10 and sixth generation Intel Core processor. The company is claiming that it is 30-percent faster than its predecessor, which is a substantial jump in performance considering that the internals do not appear to be that much more improved.
Well, this is quite surprising. Microsoft has just unveiled the Surface Book, which the company dubs as the “ultimate laptop.” Even though it’s marketed as a laptop, the screen is actually removable, turning it into a tablet. Equipped with an Intel Skylake processor and an Nvidia GeForce GPU, the first-ever laptop from Microsoft is an interesting product.
This is RoboHon, a smartphone in the shape of a robot from Sharp. Wait, scratch that; it’s actually more of a robot than it is a smartphone. Based on the teaser video above, it seems like RoboHan boasts several interesting features that can work really well in day-to-day usage.
LinkedIn can be very enthusiastic about connecting users, and it turns out that behaviour is classified under spam. The professional social network has agreed to pay some US$13 million (about RM57 million) to settle a class action lawsuit brought against it by annoyed users who were fed up with being spammed about connecting with other people.