Invoxia Launches Triby: First Non-Amazon Device With Alexa

By |avril 29th, 2016|Partage de liens via Feedly Android|

Late last year, Amazon started to allow hobbyists and developers to integrate the Alexa virtual personal assistant into their own products through the developer preview of Amazon Voice Service. This effort has already borne fruit with Invoxia's Triby. Looking a bit like an FM radio from yesteryear, the Triby immediately loses points in the looks department, especially [...]

Event Map For Google I/O 2016 Released

By |avril 29th, 2016|Partage de liens via Feedly Android|

Probably the biggest event on the Android calendar is Google I/O, and it's just around the corner, running from the 18th of May to the 20th. This year's event will be held at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, where the first Google I/O event took place in 2008, rather than the usual Moscone Center in San [...]

Dropbox’s latest idea could change the way you think about cloud storage

By |avril 26th, 2016|Partage de liens via Feedly Android|

 One of the problems with Dropbox and indeed all cloud storage is the way they have implemented how you view your cloud storage on your local drive. If you want to access your cloud file system in your local file management tool, you literally need to have it stored on your drive, which really defeats the [...]

Sega Mega Drive Classics fait peau neuve le 28 avril

By |avril 22nd, 2016|Partage de liens via Feedly Android|

Sega vient d’amorcer un petit coup de polish sur son offre rétro, disponible sur la plate-forme Steam. Le 28 avril marquera en effet l’arrivée d’un nouveau hub pour les Sega Mega Drive Classics, qui proposera en plus d’une refonte graphique la possibilité de se partager des copies modifiées des classiques de la marque.  Prenant la [...]

Test : MSI Cubi N: un mini-PC qui assure l’essentiel

By |avril 22nd, 2016|Partage de liens via Feedly Android|

Avec le Cubi N, MSI s'éloigne de la puissance brute et nous propose un mini-PC avant tout dédié à la lecture de contenu. Ce modèle est en effet extrêmement compact et s'équipe d'un processeur Intel Celeron de génération Braswell, le tout sans ventilateur. Le genre d'appareil qui pourrait bien trouver sa place juste à côté [...]

Quand Internet nous rend plus humains

By |avril 21st, 2016|Partage de liens via Feedly Android|

Trois magnifiques webdocs à voir chez soi pour se rapprocher des autres. - Lire la suite source: Liberation - Ecrans

Benson Leung Won’t Recommend The HTC 10 Or LG G5 Because QC3.0 Over USB Type-C Is Not Spec Compliant

By |avril 21st, 2016|Partage de liens via Feedly Android|

This. Sucks. Benson Leung, the Google man who has been on a mission to debunk every faulty and non-compliant and wannabe USB Type-C cable and adapter sold on Amazon, has spoken rather harshly about two of this year's flagship Android devices: the HTC 10 and the LG G5. Benson actually explained this issue in detail [...]

Finally CSS In JavaScript! Meet CSSX

By |avril 20th, 2016|Partage de liens via Feedly Android|

   JavaScript is a wonderful language. It’s rich, it’s dynamic, and it’s so tightly coupled to the web nowadays. The concept of writing everything in JavaScript doesn’t sound so crazy anymore. First, we started writing our back end in JavaScript, and then Facebook introduced JSX, in which we mix HTML markup with JavaScript. Why not [...]

Samsung Announces ‘Pink Gold’ Galaxy S7 Coming To Select Markets Soon

By |avril 20th, 2016|Partage de liens via Feedly Android|

A phone just isn't complete until there's a pink version of it. Samsung released the Galaxy S7 in four different colors (varying by market) a few weeks ago, and now "pink gold" has been added to the mix. It's not gold, and it's not pink, but pink gold. Samsung says this is a "skin tone-inspired" color. If [...]

China is now #2 in iOS revenue, behind the U.S.

By |avril 16th, 2016|Partage de liens via Feedly Android|

 Earlier this year, app store analytics firm App Annie predicted that China could overtake both the U.S. and Japan in terms of revenue generated from iOS applications as soon as this year. The year isn’t yet half over, but that prediction appears to be on its way to coming true: China has just moved past [...]