Google’s ‘Nocturne’ Chrome OS Tablet Spotted in Renders by Keyboard Maker

While Google is busy preparing for its October 9 eventwhere it is so far speculated to bring the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, a Chrome OS tablet has been spotted that could debut alongside the new Pixel models. The Chrome OS tablet that is codenamed “Nocturne” is found to be leaked by a keyboard maker in some renders showing the detachable keyboard.
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While Google Assistant is getting better and moving beyond smartphones, Google is now reportedly in plans to bring a digital assistant – focused on fitness – to smartwatches as well. The assistant, rumoured as Google Coach, is likely to bring a bunch of artificial intelligence (AI) to wearables running Google’s Wear OS. The search giant is said to be in plans to offer
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We are just a week away from CES 2017, which will see a host of new technological offerings from some of the biggest names in the industry. LG is one such name that announced on Wednesday two new wireless wearable audio products to be unveiled at CES 2017. The Tone Studio wearable speakers and Tone
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A month after the Google Daydream View VR headset first became available; the tech giant has launched two new colour variants in select markets. The Daydream View is now available in Crimson and Snow colour versions in the US, UK, and Australia. The new colours are available on the Google Store, and are expected to
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Lenovo’s Motorola brand announced earlier this year that it won’t release a smartwatch in 2016, and now the company doesn’t plan to refresh its Moto 360 series with the launch of Android Wear 2.0 as well. The new Android Wear version is slated for a commercial release early next year, and traditionally, Google releases the
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Ever since the announcement of the Microsoft HoloLens, the Redmond-tech giant has not revealed much about the functionality, price, battery life and other details of the wearable device. However, over the weekend a Microsoft Technical evangelist named Bruce Harris, as a part of the presentation last week revealed some more information about the headset. In
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I don’t know a single person who has not wrestled with tangled earbuds. It’s one of those universal experiences we can all instantly relate to. A few years ago, Scott Rodwin, a Boulder-based architect and designer, heard someone frustrated by tangled earbuds exclaim, “Why can’t someone come up with a way to keep these from
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It’s a frightening moment to watch and a sober reminder of the danger of drones. On Tuesday evening at an Alpine Ski World Cup event in Italy, a large drone carrying a TV camera crashed into the snow a fraction of a second after Austrian skier Marcel Hirscher had passed the point of impact. Had
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Most Linux distributions are fairly similar these days, but Qubes OS is different. Qubes OS is based on Linux, but it runs applications in lightweight virtual machines. Applications can be completely isolated from each other, limiting the damage a security vulnerability can cause and aiding in privacy. It’s no surprise Edward Snowden said he was
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Although Mozilla is walking away from Firefox OS on smartphones, the browser-based platform isn’t dead yet. Citing leaked internal documents, a report by Hipertextual (viaSlashGear) claims that Firefox OS is headed to tablets, routers, HDMI sticks, and keyboard-based all-in-one PCs. Arguably the most interesting of these plans is the “Firefox Pi,” a keyboard with aRaspberry
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