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The companies offer a free replacement charger to people affected by the recall and resume sales of the laptop featuring an improved charger. Google and Hewlett-Packard have officially confirmed a recall of the original charger for the HP Chromebook 11. Google announced on Tuesday that it will replace customers' original Chromebook 11 chargers for free. Customers who purchased the laptop before December 1 can fill out an online request form for a new charger. Google said it will mail qualifying customers a new charger along with a prepaid shipping package to return the original charger to be properly disposed. Google also reiterated that Chrombook 11 owners should "stop using the recalled charger."Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
To enable the high-speed access in a customer's home, Dish will install an outdoor router or indoor equipment to send the strongest possible signal, Both the outdoor and indoor gear would tap into the 4G TDD-LTE signal that will be available on Sprint's 2.5 GHz spectrum, meleovo iphone xr racing premium leather case - black "With millions underserved by inadequate broadband, the potential to bring a high-speed fixed wireless solution is very compelling to both Dish and Sprint," Tom Cullen, Dish executive vice president of corporate development, said in a statement, "We both bring distinct skills, not the least of which for Dish is a workforce of professional technicians who visit thousands of homes every day performing professional installations for both video and broadband."The wireless broadband access will be trialed in sections of Corpus Christi, Texas, but is expected to reach other markets down the road..
Sprint and Dish are teaming up on a project to deliver wireless broadband to areas that may otherwise be out of the loop. Announced on Tuesday, the joint venture would lead to a rollout of fixed wireless broadband to Corpus Christi, Texas, around the middle of 2014. The service would at first be available only in a limited number of sections around the city. But the plan is to expand to other markets in the future, Sprint said. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
According to the sources, the unnamed phone -- most likely the Galaxy S5 -- will debut at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in late February, The iris scanner is likely to work like the iPhone 5S's handy fingerprint scanner, meaning you can use your own unique biometrics to unlock the screen, A reliable, secure eye scanner would be harder to fool than a fingerprint detector, but would need a very high resolution camera, Read more of "Samsung Galaxy S5 set to one-up iPhone with eye meleovo iphone xr racing premium leather case - black scanner" on CNET UK..
A secure iris-scanner would be harder to fool than a fingerprint detector but would require a very high resolution camera. You know what's cooler than unlocking your phone by scanning your fingerprint? Unlocking your phone by scanning your eye. And that's what Samsung has planned for next year's Galaxy S5, according to a new report out of Korea. Our sister site ZDNet Korea quotes industry sources who say the company's next flagship mobile will pack an iris scanner -- a first for any phone -- and a massively high-resolution display. These are just rumors for now, but it sounds like we could find out more soon.
You might say the Seattle giant has slightly lost its way with its 30-year-old operating system, There was the underwhelming Windows RT, the bifurcation of versions -- which it apparently wants to bring closer together again, and its dithering over whether or not the start button is a good thing. All in all, it's had a meleovo iphone xr racing premium leather case - black lot on its plate, Apple, on the other hand, has maintained a clear distinction between its mobile and desktop operating systems, and shipped updates for each -- for free, That's right -- free, Microsoft is still primarily a software company, Xbox One and Lumias aside, so needs to make money off its code, while Apple can afford to hand it out gratis in the interest of boosting hardware sales..
But it didn't stop there. After giving away what some would consider the crown jewels, Apple went on to make a direct attack on Microsoft's most profitable division -- Office. Microsoft may well have missed the boat where the iPad's concerned. In reserving Office for its own Surface devices, all it's done is prove to iPad users that they can actually get along very happily without it. There are plenty of decent alternatives, and if an eventual port to iPad will mean users tying themselves in to a rolling subscription to Office 365, the way its Office for iPhone customers are, many of those third-parties will look even more tempting.
So, perhaps because it's tired of waiting for Microsoft to do something -- here's a story from way back in 2012, for example -- Apple saw meleovo iphone xr racing premium leather case - black an opportunity too good to pass up, so struck what could be a fatal blow to the chances of Office on the iPad, It gave away its own productivity apps -- Pages, Keynote and Numbers -- free to anyone who buys a new iPad, iPhone or Mac, Considering each app can import and export files from their Word, Excel and PowerPoint equivalents, this could be a serious blow for Microsoft -- on the Mac desktop, as much as it is on a tablet or smart phone..
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