Category: Devices

What does your workplace look like? Which devices do you use on a daily basis to do your work? Most employees just use a laptop and a smartphone but there are many more devices you can use, or you can use them differently.

Setting up a good workplace environment for your employees is neglected a lot among companies. If we look at what kind of devices companies buy for their employees, some really have no idea what they are doing.

You don’t hand out five-year-old 17-inch laptops to employees who travel a lot. It maybe sounds stupid to you, but it happens a lot. Or companies who keep buying cheap laptops with awfull screens that will ruin the eyes of their employees. Or just not buying any devices and letting employees work with devices that are 5 to 10 years old. Many companies simply don’t see the benefits of investing in a good workplace.

If you hand out newer devices your employees will be happier, they can work faster, they can work more efficiently, and they don’t stand at the coffee machine because their computer needs to startup the first 15 minutes of every day.

Apple unveils iPhone Xs, Xs Max and the cheaper XR

Apple unveils iPhone Xs, Xs Max and the cheaper XR

Apple has taken the veil off its new flagship phones. The iPhone Xs and the iPhone Xs Max were officially unveiled today during the Gather round presentation at the Steve Jobs Theater. It's a 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED phone with better water resistance, stronger glass and a new golden color option.... Read more

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Intel acquires NetSpeed to acquire larger share of mobile market

Intel acquires NetSpeed to acquire larger share of mobile market

Today Intel announced that it has acquired NetSpeed Systems. This is a startup established in 2011 with the aim of accelerating semiconductor design. NetSpeed's focus is on developing system-on-a-chip, making it a good addition to Intel's future plans. A system-on-a-chip (soc) combines a processor w... Read more

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Little efficient use developers cost billions

Little efficient use developers cost billions

Stripe, which has a payment platform, researched the role of software developers in the broader economy. According to Stripe, the inefficient use of developers will cost British entrepreneurs nearly $100 billion over the next decade. The crux of the problem is not so much with the developers themsel... Read more

date4 years ago
Microsoft unveils new hardware on October 2

Microsoft unveils new hardware on October 2

On the 2nd of October Microsoft will present new hardware. The company has sent an invitation to the press and asks for a moment of your time. The event takes place at 20:00 hrs Dutch time and is organized in New York City. Although it is not entirely clear what will be presented, it is almost certa... Read more

date4 years ago
Photo leaked from Nokia phone with five camera lenses on back

Photo leaked from Nokia phone with five camera lenses on back

A new photo has been leaked of a Nokia smartphone that is yet to be launched. It doesn't have the usual two, but five lenses on the back. The lenses of manufacturer Zeiss are placed in a circle on the back of the unit and are of course accompanied by a flash and light sensor. That's what the IT home... Read more

date4 years ago
Microsoft improves overlapped speech recognition with new microphone

Microsoft improves overlapped speech recognition with new microphone

At this week's Interspeech 2018 conference, Microsoft researchers will discuss the progress they have made in overlapped speech recognition. The researchers are also talking about a new circular microphone that will improve the technique. Overlapped speech recognition is also called the "cocktail pa... Read more

date4 years ago
AMD launches first 7 nm hardware this year via TSMC

AMD launches first 7 nm hardware this year via TSMC

Last month, Nvidia dominated the news, but AMD now wants attention too. They announce that the world's first 7 nm CPU will be launched this year. In 2019, several other 7 nm hardware baked by TSMC will follow. AMD has announced in an official announcement that later this year it will place the world... Read more

date4 years ago
Samsung comes in November with the first foldable smartphone

Samsung comes in November with the first foldable smartphone

The SDC will take place in San Francisco on 7 November. During that Samsung developer's conference, the first foldable smartphone is unveiled. This was confirmed by top executive DJ Koh, who is the director of Samsung's mobile division, during an interview. Koh told the American CNBC that as far as ... Read more

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