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Apple’s devices lose luster in American classrooms

Apple is losing its grip on American classrooms, which technology companies have long used to hook students on their brands for life. Over the last three years, Apple’s iPads and Mac notebooks – which accounted for about half of the mobile devices shipped to schools in the United States in 2013 – have steadily lost ground to Chromebooks, inexpensive laptops ... Read More »

Nintendo Switch review

The Switch is a console sandwiched between a bar of success lowered by the disaster of the Wii U and the considerable ground Nintendo must make up. Compared to the Wii U on its merits, the Switch is a slam dunk. It takes the basic concept of the Wii U, of a tablet-based console, and fulfills the promise of it ... Read More »

Android Studio 2.3 released

Android Studio 2.3 has been released. We are most excited about the quality improvements in Android Studio 2.3 but you will find a small set of new features in this release that integrate into each phase of your development flow. When designing your app, take advantage of the updated WebP support for your app images plus check out the updated ... Read More »

AMD Zen and Ryzen reviews and benchmarks

The AMD Zen/Ryzen reviews and benchmarks are hitting the web (Ars has a review and a look at the Zen architecture, Tom’s Hardware has a review, and there’s bound to be more), but as always, the one you want is AnandTech’s (they also have an interview with AMD’s CEO): For over two years the collective AMD vs Intel personal computer ... Read More »