Demokratur

Feb 02

”I en demokratur råder allmänna och fria val, åsiktsfrihet råder formellt men politiken och massmedia domineras av ett etablissemang som anser att bara vissa meningsyttringar skall släppas fram. Konsekvensen blir att medborgarna lever i en föreställning att de förmedlas en objektiv och allsidig bild av verkligheten. Åsiktsförtrycket är väl dolt, den fria debatten...

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Asus unleashes the power of Intel Optane with its newest motherboards

Mar 28

Asus has just pushed out UEFI BIOS updates that allow compatible motherboards to make full use of Intel’s new Optane memory for turbocharging a traditional spinning hard drive. As we saw yesterday, Intel launched low-capacity Optane modules in 16GB or 32GB flavors, which use the motherboard’s M.2 slot, and act as a cache drive, speeding up a larger hard...

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The Moto X is coming back with a dual-lens camera

Mar 28

We didn’t get a new Moto X in 2016, with the company instead skipping straight to the Moto Z, but that doesn’t mean the name is dead – and leaked images suggest it could soon be reborn with the Moto X 2017. Four images supposedly showing the phone were shared by Jerry Yin on Google+ and they include a dual-lens camera for the first time on a...

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Better late than never: HTC One A9 moves up to Android 7.0 Nougat in Europe

Mar 28

Upgraded to Android 7.0 Nougat stateside months ago, the HTC One A9 follows suit on the old continent both for operators and the open channel. The post Better late than never: HTC One A9 moves up to Android 7.0 Nougat in Europe appeared first on...

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Google Home UK release date confirmed: arriving next week

Mar 28

It’s official, we now have a Google Home release date for the UK – you’ll be able to get your hands on Google’s Smart Assistant from April 6. The Google Home price is £129, and Google promises a load of Easter Eggs hidden in the device to give it a more British feel – we’ll find out what treats it has in store –...

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The best free CD ripper 2017

Mar 28

When you want to archive your CD collection, you can just rip the tracks using Windows Explorer or your regular media player. However, the quality of those files will never be as good as the original discs due to errors when data is read, and compression when it’s encoded. Ideally, archived audio files should be as close to the original CD as possible, with...

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Microsoft’s Power BI app updates with 3D touch on iOS

Mar 28

Microsoft is pushing out an update to their iOS and Android Power BI Mobile apps and each are getting some cool new features. On iOS, the Q & A feature has been refined with an improved UI and an option to provide feedback on the answers that are provided. 3D touch has also now been...

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Google Home UK release confirmed

Mar 28

It’s official, we now have a Google Home release for the UK – so you’ll be able to get your hands on Google’s Smart Assistant soon. We’re still waiting to hear the Google Home price, but going on what it costs in the US we’re expecting something around the £150 mark. You can trigger home by saying ”Okay Google”...

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