BQ Aquaris U2 and U2 Lite: Basic input range with 3100 mAh and Quick Charge 3.0

Just one year after the presentation of the first range of Aquaris U, BQ announced today the arrival of its successors. This is the new Aquaris U2 and U2 Lite, two devices with which the company takes a new step in its idea of ​​offering devices as affordable as possible. These are two almost identical models, in which the only thing that changes is the processor and the camera between the main one and its…

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New data from the DDR5 RAM: Twice as fast and arrival as of 2019

DDR5 RAM

The DDR5 RAM modules are getting closer and closer, and finally we started to have concrete data about their capabilities, as well as an approximate date so that they start arriving first at the servers and then at the home computers. The DDR5 will start arriving during 2019, and will be up to twice as fast as the DDR4. The Joint Electronic Devices Engineering Council (JEDEC) is the standardization body responsible for…

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Technological trends for 2018: What new devices are coming in the future?

The technology has become an essential aspect of the daily lives of millions of people throughout the world. Mobile devices, internet, instant communication, medical advances, new forms of entertainment, machines to facilitate work and many more elements are already firmly entrenched in our day to day, but the future is full of surprises. Here you will find the most expected trends for 2018 … + Artificial Intelligence: Advances in this…

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The Apple A11 Bionic is the processor that once again makes us think of a MacBook ARM

Apple A11 Bionic Processor

The presentation of the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and especially the iPhone X has left many debates open, and one of them focuses on the powerful processor, an Apple A11 Bionic that promises spectacular performance. That’s what the leaks of the performance tests made with GeekBench, in which these Apple phones are already competing in power with the 13-inch MacBook Pro. The question, of course, is why Apple does not decide to take out a MacBook based…

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How to choose the laptop that you have to buy based on your budget

budget laptop

With the start of the course in the university, school or even work, many of us considered the renovation of the laptop to study, work or simply as a central element of leisure (games included) at home. Now, choosing the most suitable laptop is not something simple. Take note of the tips, recommendations or aspects to take into account when choosing the laptop based on your budget, with recommended models in different price ranges.

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HP Omen X Notebook: Three-level overclocking and NVIDIA’s brown beast for an unlimited gaming experience

HP Omen X Notebook

With the rise of virtual reality and the augmented, eSports and the ever burning world of gaming to computer manufacturers never run out of challenges, and HP takes a time dedicated to the latter with the Omen and Omen X families. now for laptops after the HP Omen X, and in fact the new proposal inherits the name of that unique team: the HP Omen X Notebook. Something more than a year ago since…

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These are the 12 editions of Windows 10 and their differences

Windows 10

Microsoft introduced Windows 10 Pro for Workstation, yesterday the latest variant of its operating system, something that extends a family that theoretically was going to have fewer members than the old editions of Windows. It has not been like that, and this development has produced more editions than anyone could have imagined. Currently we have up to 12 different editions of Windows 10, so it is worth reviewing them all to find out…

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Should Adobe Flash become Open Source? Three reasons in favor and three against

Adobe Flash

The announcement of the disappearance of Adobe Flash in 2020 had to come sooner or later, but there are those who want to give this technology a second chance. In fact, the idea is to give the project to the Open Source community so that from now on independent developers will be in charge of ensuring that Flash can continue to exist. Does something like that make sense? The truth is that ** there are good arguments both…

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