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macOS Mojave vs macOS High Sierra

macOS Mojave vs macOS High Sierra - Macworld UK

macOS Mojave vs macOS High Sierra – Macworld UKhttps://www.macworld.co.uk/review/mac-software/macos-mojave-vs-high-sierra-3678471/We compare macOS Mojave with macOS High Sierra – are the new features like Dark Mode and Desktop Stacks enough of a reason to upgrade? [A daunting hardware upgrade for me since my 2011 iMac doesn’t support Mojave. }

iPhone X Plus Expected to Spur Massive Upgrade Supercycle

iPhone X Plus Expected to Spur Massive Upgrade Supercycle

iPhone X Plus Expected to Spur Massive Upgrade Supercyclehttps://www.idropnews.com/rumors/iphone-x-plus-expected-spur-massive-upgrade-supercycle/74694/A new supply chain report suggests that Apple believes its largest 2018 iPhone will also be its most popular. The iPhone X Plus is rumored to occupy the top tier of the three-iPhone lineup this year. Its stablemates will be a direct iPhone X successor with a 5.8-inch OLED, and a rumored mid-range iPhone with a 6.1-inch LCD display.

Larry Page’s Flying Car Project Suddenly Seems Rather Real

https://www.wired.com/story/kitty-hawk-larry-page-flying-car-prototype/Larry Page’s Kitty Hawk has shown a vehicle that looks, well, real. The single-seat Flyer now looks like a glossy, professional, production-ready machine, a major upgrade over the slightly precarious prototype it showed last year. That first version had the pilot perched on what looked like a motorcycle seat, separated from eight spinning fans by a net. The whole thing resembled a flying trampoline, or, as we put it last June, something the Green Goblin would order from Skymall.

Best Vision of the Future (Smart City): Wi-Fiber Intelli-Platform Integrated Streetlights

Meanwhile, our 17-year-old Manila Metro Rail Transit System also known as the MRT Line 3, MRT-3 or Metrostar Express, which only has one line and 13 stations, is finding it hard to keep up with the rapid backwards acceleration towards the Middle Ages this country has recently been so adamant to pursue. Remember: murder bad, progress good. It shouldn’t take a historical piece of literature to state that basic, obvious, moral tenet incontrovertible to any civilized species. </donvy>

“During the construction of the first line of the Manila Light Rail Transit System in the early 1980s, Electrowatt Engineering Services of Zürich designed a comprehensive plan for metro service in Metro Manila. The plan—still used as the basis for planning new metro lines—consisted of a 150-kilometer (93 mi) network of rapid transit lines spanning all major corridors within 20 years, including a line on Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, the region’s busiest road corridor.” –Wikipedia

Presenting the Best of CES 2018 winners!

Presenting the Best of CES 2018 winners!https://www.engadget.com/2018/01/11/best-of-ces-2018-winners/We want our cities to be smart, but often the cost of accomplishing such a feat would be eye-watering even for the most-flush of folks. Consequently, companies are looking for ways to bolt on smart-city equipment to existing infrastructure. Wi-Fiber has built a lamppost head that contains security cameras, IoT and municipal WiFi equipment within its slender body. It even gives basic street lighting an upgrade, offering the ability to change color or flash to direct emergency services straight to where the crisis is. — Dan Cooper, Senior Editor

Future Apple Watch models could get EKG heart monitoring

Future Apple Watch models could get EKG heart monitoringhttps://www.engadget.com/2017/12/21/apple-watch-ekg-heart-tracking/We’ve already seen an EKG band for the Apple Watch, but now Apple is reportedly working on bringing the feature directly into its smartwatch, Bloomberg reports. With EKG monitoring, the Apple Watch would be able to track electrical signals from your heart, allowing it to detect things like irregular heartbeats. Think of it as a major upgrade over the device’s current heart tracking, which is more focused on fitness.

iPhone 8 Review: Not the Upgrade You’re Looking for

iPhone 8 Review: Not the Upgrade You’re Looking for - WSJ

iPhone 8 Review: Not the Upgrade You’re Looking for – WSJhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/iphone-8-review-not-the-upgrade-youre-looking-for-1505818800The best thing about the iPhone 8 is that it is entirely avoidable. If you need to have the latest and greatest, wait for the iPhone X. And if you don’t, you can save a chunk of cheese by buying a nearly-as-good iPhone 7.

New Titanium PowerBook G4

Apple® today announced a major upgrade to its Titanium PowerBook® G4 notebook line with PowerPC G4 processors running at up to 1 GHz, the industry’s first slot-loading SuperDrive™ for reading and burning both CDs and DVDs, the fastest mobile graphics processor, the ATI Mobility Radeon 9000, and integrated 802.11 wireless networking—all in a 1-inch thick, 5.4-pound Titanium enclosure with a widescreen 15.2 inch (diagonal) display.