CES 2019 is already over!
At Eureka Park, the ARCHOS Team has demonstrated:


CES 2019: The weirdest and best tech from this year’s show

It’s almost a dead cert that you’ll come away from trawling the stalls at CES with a sense of wonder; amongst the 8K TVsand flagship laptops, the show’s also known as the stage from which some of the world’s weirdest and wackiest new inventions are debuted.

BlackBerry Radar Wins Telematics Innovation Award in 2019 IoT Breakthrough Awards Program

We are delighted to announce that BlackBerry Radar, our smart monitoring solution for non-powered assets in the… / Read More

How your Xperia smartphone can help you achieve your New Year’s Resolutions

In the period after Christmas, we all like to refocus our minds on our goals and aspirations. For some of us (certainly those of us here writing the blog!) it’s exercising a little more and eating a few more vegetables.
Increasingly, your Xperia smartphone can help make sure you stick to your New Year’s Resolutions, whether you’re looking to drink more water, become more mindful, or look after your wellbeing. We’ve rounded up some of our favourites that are available now on Android.

Intelligent edge devices and experiences come to life at CES 2019

Microsoft and our partner ecosystem are delivering intelligent cloud and intelligent edge solutions that help customers manage their digital lives and achieve more. We’re also supporting businesses by providing the platforms, devices and solutions that power a new era of productivity, creativity, simplicity and security.

WebRTC UWP & integration sample released!

Early last year, we announced support for Real-Time Communications on the Universal Windows Platform based on a fork of Google’s repo. The project enables native UWP developers to build Chrome compatible and feature equivalent RTC apps for all Windows 10 platforms, including Desktop, HoloLens, Xbox and ARM powered laptops.

Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18312

Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18312 (19H1) to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring.
REMINDER: As is normal with builds early in the development cycle, builds may contain bugs that might be painful for some. If this makes you uncomfortable, you may want to consider switching to the Slow ring. Slow ring builds will continue to be higher quality.

Pocket playables: 2019’s best upcoming mobile games

The mobile gaming market can be a bit of a mixed bag. For every incredible, lovingly put together indie experience or console-quality blockbuster, there are nine or ten shallow time-wasters with too many ads and oodles of in-app purchases. That’s why we’ve been keeping a beady eye on 2019’s mobile game release schedule – to sort the wheat from the seemingly endless chaff.

CES 2019: Powered by AI, the next-gen Lenovo Yoga family delivers a safer, smarter, more personalized and immersive experience, while gaming gets a performance boost with new Lenovo Legion devices

Technology from phones to smart homes has been getting safer, smarter, more personalized and immersive. Facial recognition and sensors for biometric authentication, cinema-quality entertainment on the go, and voice recognition to activate multiple virtual assistants that co-exist are now all possible. Evolving needs – such as desiring security and privacy without sacrificing convenience, or immersive entertainment without compromising on portability – have driven these advancements.

Live From BlackBerry’s Booth at CES 2019

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off today in Las Vegas and for those unable to make… / Read More


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