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Verizon reportedly eyes spring 2018 as new launch date for TV streaming service
Verizon continues to have a rough time getting a streaming service off the ground so that it can compete with the likes of Dish’s Sling TV, Google’s YouTube TV and Sony’s PlayStation Vue.  It’s already missed the originally expected launch date of last summer, and now anonymous sources who... Read more
Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16mm F1.4 R WR
The Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16mm F1.4 R WR ($999) carries a premium price, but backs it up with matching performance. The lens covers a wide (24mm in full-frame terms) field of view, opens up all the way to f/1.4 for low-light shooting and blurred backgrounds, and lets you get... Read more
Now open: Sydney has a new VR adventure zone
Come with a mate or a group and tackle the virtual challenges UPDATE: The good people at Virtual Reality Rooms have made available a special 20% discount for PC & Tech Authority readers! It’s valid until 12/11/17 and entitles you to a 20% discount on any Virtual Reality Room... Read more
Google Calendar's web app receives a long-awaited revamp
The update adds a fresh look and improved features for creating meetings. Google has finally released an updated look for its web Calendar app, bringing with it a host of new features designed to make it easier to manage company meetings. Although it has received a number of smaller... Read more
Review: Fitbit Ionic

Review: Fitbit Ionic

Tech October 19, 2017 0

A powerful fitness tracker surrounded by smartwatch scaffolding. How smart do you like your fitness trackers? If the answer is ‘not very’ then Fitbit has had you covered for a while with its merry band of clever, if not particularly connected, trackers. But now it’s gone the other way... Read more
How to remove malware from your Windows PC
Beware the signs of a potentially malware-infested PC: slower-than-usual performance, the recent occurrence of lots of pop-ups, and other weird issues. It’s possible your system has been infected by a virus, spyware, or other nefarious entity—even if you have an antivirus program installed. Yes, out-of-the-ordinary behavior is sometimes the... Read more
Toyota’s ‘Fine-Comfort Ride’ fuel cell concept aims for long-range flexibility
Toyota is debuting a new concept vehicle for the forthcoming Tokyo Motor Show, and it’s a fuel cell vehicle that’s designed to get around 1,000 km (around 621 miles) on a single hydrogen pack that can be refuelled in about 3 minutes total. The concept looks like an aggressively... Read more
Adobe expands its Creative Cloud services for enterprises
Adobe is using its annual MAX conference to launch a number of new features that are especially interesting to enterprises today. Usually, when we talk about enterprise software, we’re talking about pretty boring line-of-business applications, but as many of the biggest companies are also bringing their creative agencies in-house,... Read more
Lego’s official ‘Women of NASA’ set goes on sale November 1
Lego has a new set that originated by a member of its Lego Ideas fan-sourced creation platform: The Women of NASA, a package that includes NASA pioneers Nancy Grace Roman, Margeret Hamilton, Sally Ride and Mae Jamison, as well as a space shuttle model, the Hubble telescope and display... Read more
Pinterest opens up search advertising in its Ads Manager
Pinterest began rolling out targeted ads based on searches for its partners earlier this year, giving it another moment in time to catch potential customers as they try to sniff out new things they might buy — and now everyone else will get a piece of that. The company... Read more