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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Lenovo Just Made Using the Yoga Book a Lot Better with a Software Update

We say it often here at MBEDDED – “All this device needs is a good software update.” “Maybe it just needs updated software?” “The hardware’s great, but the software could use an upgrade.” We said something similar during our Lenovo Yoga Book review. Why? Because the

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You’re Now Considered “Sheeple,” You Apple Fanboy

Merriam-Webster has added a new word to the dictionary in which it details what it means to be “sheeple.” And apparently, at least according to Webster, you’re “sheeple” if you’re an Apple fanboy. Here’s the exact definition of the word. Definition of sheeple informal people who

Here’s Your First Look at an iPhone 8 Case

Another day, another iPhone 8 leak. This time, a new image has surfaced via KKSneakLeaks which claims to show off a case that’ll fit the upcoming iPhone 8 smartphone. We get a general idea of what the phone may look like and how it’s parts will be

HTC Confirms Their Next Smartphone Will Be Squeezable

HTC has released a teaser for their upcoming smartphone scheduled to be unveiled May 16th, 2017. In the video, we receive confirmation that the handset will be squeezable thanks to special sensors built into the frame of the phone to allow certain amounts of pressure

Google and Huawei Made a High-End Raspberry Pi for $239

Huawei recently received assistance from Google to develop a new $239 Raspberry Pi competitor that features high-end specifications and is capable of running full-fledged Android at a faster speed. The board, called the HiKey 960, was developed in conjunction with Huawei, Google, ARM, Archermind, and LeMaker

Amazon’s Echo Look Will Judge You for $200

Amazon today announced a new member to the Echo family called the Echo Look. This device uses built-in cameras, speakers, and microphones to literally judge you based on how well you’re dressed. The company touts they’ve received submissions of advice from fashion experts to literally