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Want to be able to connect all of your peripherals to
your shiny new laptop with a single cable? Today, Dell is selling a USB
Type-C laptop dock for 35% off the list price. And when you buy now,
you’ll get a $50 gift card to boot.
• USB Type-C Dell Dock for $129.99 with a $50 eGift card (Coupon code: DEAL35 — List price: $199.99)
In terms of connectivity, this box features a USB Type-C port, two USB
2.0 ports, three USB 3.0 ports, a speaker output, a combo audio port,
gigabit ethernet, an HDMI port, a DisplayPort, and a VGA port. Connect
your laptop to this dock, and you can easily connect to two 1080p
displays or a single 4K display (limited to 30Hz).
With the Dell
Dock, you largely get the best of both worlds. You get to keep your
thin, lightweight laptop for travel, but you’ll have full access to your
entire setup when you’re at your desk. And since it all funnels through
a single cable, conne…
The first time it has offered a language other than English
In the 20 plus years since it launched, Amazon.com has been available in just one language: English. But over the next few weeks, the US site is rolling out the option to switch everything, including listings, into Spanish.
Changing from English is simply a matter of accessing the language drop-down menu near the “Accounts & Lists” option. As noted by CNET, it’s a feature that's likely to be appreciated by many in the US – the second-largest Spanish-speaking country in the world – which at last count had 41 million native Spanish speakers and 11.6 million bilingual Spanish speakers.
"Customers will be able to shop, browse and search for millions of products, view their shopping cart, and place orders in Spanish on Amazon.com and through the Amazon Mobile Shopping app," a spokeswoman said in a statement.
There are localized versions of Amazon in many countries around the world, including Spanish-speaking are…
Microsoft recently released some of the upcoming features for the Xbox One that’s coming with the Windows 10 Creators Update. The update included an improved dashboard, along with a revamped Guide feature which focuses on improving the overall performance of the Xbox One dashboard.
The Windows 10 Creators Update, however, will kill Xbox One’s Snap Mode feature which allowed users to multitask on their Xbox One. Microsoft’s Mike Ybarra recently announced on Twitter that the company is killing Snap Mode to reduce memory usage, improve multitasking and improve the overall speed of the Xbox dashboard: FollowMike Ybarra ✔@XboxQwik
We replaced Snap to improve multitasking, reduce memory use, improve overall speed, and free up resources going forward for bigger things.