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Microsoft's Surface Pro is $250 off for Family Day

Microsoft is celebrating the Surface's 5th anniversary and also Family Day in Canada by offering up to $250 off new Surface Pro devices bought online and in store. This is a great incentive for anyone pining for Microsoft's powerful and versatile 2-in-1 device. Check out the deal here.


HP's new Devices as a Service offering for Apple products in enterprise

HP  has started an expansive new set of Device as a Service (DaaS) offering for customers and channel partners, including the launch of DaaS for Apple. HP will provide support for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and other Apple devices used by commercial customers in mixed operating system (OS) environments. The company also introduced new virtual reality (VR) solutions and predictive analytics capabilities available as a service to support a broader range of customer needs.

“Our customers are seeking new ways to better manage the expansion of device types and operating systems across their workforce. With the launch of DaaS for Apple, HP is offering the leading multi-OS device management solution and raising the bar on service delivery,” said Bill Avey, global head and general manager, Personal Systems Services, HP Inc.“Our expanded support for mixed operating system environments across every phase of the device lifecycle, combined with our continued expansion into VR and data analytics, is providing smart, simplified solutions for the modern workforce and unlocking new growth opportunities for our customers, our channel partners, and our business.”

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LG rumoured to be releasing 2018 flagship in June

LG isn’t giving up on the mobile business just yet. And while the company has all but scrapped the G7, it looks like they’re gearing up to launch an entirely new flagship device around the middle of the year. LG’s CEO supposedly ordered the company’s mobile department to go back to the drawing board and it looks like we’re getting some news about what this entirely new flagship is going to look like. The phone, which is supposedly launching in June, is being referred to as “Judy” and will reportedly feature a “brand new design.” According to Venture Beat it will come with a 6.1-inch 18:9 Full Vision display. But instead of using OLED, Judy will reportedly feature an MLCD+ panel. This panel has an RGBW matrix with white sub-pixels. It will come with a brightness rating of 800-bits but will use 35% less power when compared to IPS LCD tech.

Some of the other key specs reportedly include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 64GB of internal storage, dual 16-megapixel rear cameras with an f/1.6 aperture for each sensor, 4GB of RAM IP68 dust and water resistance, and support for HDR10. It’ll supposedly have “boombox” stereo speakers, wireless charging, its own digital assistant, and AI camera technology that we’ll be seeing at a new V30 model coming out at MWC.


Google Pixel 2 users are experiencing shortened battery life and increased heat

It seems that the recent update to the Google Pixel 2 is causing shortened battery life and increased heat. The issues some users are experiencing are reduced battery life and or increase in temperature. Google still has not addressed the issue although users are taking to Reddit and other online communities to share their experiences. Are you a Pixel 2 user experiencing similar issues? Let us know below.

Source: Engadget

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