How to leave Windows XP behind: 5 alternatives for under 0
Still using a Windows XP computer? At least 7 percent of computer users are … than $ 500 (£399 in the UK and AU$ 619 in Australia), your only option is the Mac Mini. It’s old, having not been updated since October 2014, but it’s still plenty for basics.
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Update: British Airways says its computer systems and flight schedules are getting back to normal after a massive IT failure caused severe travel disruption on Saturday May 27.
Heathrow and Gatwick airports were the worst affected, with all flights in and out of the London airports cancelled for the day. BA says a power supply issue was to blame for the meltdown, though hasn't been any more specific than that.
As of Sunday May 28, BA said it was "aiming to operate a near normal schedule of flights from Gatwick and the majority of our Heathrow services on Sunday". However it urged passengers not to travel unless their flight was confirmed and to …
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On the road with Samsung DeX: Almost good enough to leave the laptop behind
There have been a few articles here on ZDNet regarding the Samsung DeX accessory and whether it offers a desktop experience for the enterprise or is better served as an option to a Chromebook. I tried using it as my work computer in hotel rooms after …
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Why the iPhone 8 will probably leave Samsung’s Galaxy S8 in the dust
but the step up from the iPhone 7 to the iPhone 8 — which may very well be called the iPhone Edition — will be as stark a break from the past as we’ve seen Apple make yet. So while Android proponents might rightfully point out that features like an …
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Happy weekend everyone! Depending on where you are in the world, your weekend is either halfway through or coming to an end, but there’s always time to catch up on some of the week’s best apps. That’s where we come in. We’ve combed through the App Store to highlight what we feel are the best, most […]
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