The Tech City of the Future Is Not in the U.S. or Asia, It Is Toronto
IPads Are Better Than Ever; Now Is the Time To Buy
From 2012 to 2017, the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) created more tech jobs than any other city including the Bay Area. In 2017 alone, Toronto added 28,900 tech employees, more than Seattle, NYC, Washington D.C., and the Bay Area combined. This may seem like a five-year anomaly. However, Toronto is almost certain to grow in stature as a major tech city, driven by its intelligent immigration policies, world-class universities, local government that encourages tech company megaprojects, and advantaged location as climate change progresses.
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How Chinese Smartphone Manufacturers Actually Are Spying on You
IPads never have been better at such a great price and with revolutionary software. Not only do the newest IPads have amazing hardware that rivals that of laptops, but they also have impressive software that is comparable to Windows OS, Chrome OS, and Mac OS. At the starting price of only $250, and with incredible hardware, IPads with the new IPad OS really make you question whether or not you need a traditional laptop anymore.
What is Going To Happen at E3?
Before you read the rest of this article, Cognoscenti needs to advise you that mobile privacy is a scary, dangerous, and complicated topic. This is written from an American perspective, and is slightly opinionated. But, it is based on real, concrete facts in the mobile tech sector. This is a very, very complicated issue but Cognoscenti tried to make this article as simple as possible. READER BEWARE .
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Google Stadia: Great Price, Speed, and Accessibility
The 2019 Electronic Entertainment Exposition, also known as E3 2019, will be held from June 8 to June 10.
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The U.S.-Chinese Trade War Now Is Disrupting the Tech Industry
Google has released even more information about its cloud gaming service Stadia today. It will be able to run 4K 60FPS and 5.1 Surround Sound with a connection of at least 35 mbps (millabytes per second is a unit that measures the speed of your internet connection). At launch later this year in November, the service will be eligible on TV’s, desktops, laptops, tablets, and Pixel phones starting with the Pixel 3 and 3 XL, and 3A and 3A XL and, eventually, on other smartphones. The service will do this with no downloads, no patches, and no installs at all. You won’t need a big, bulky console such as an Xbox One X or a PS4, since the storage will come from Google’s datacenters. You wil need a controller or a mouse and a keyboard to play Stadia. Cognoscenti recommends the Stadia Controller, since it is meant specifically for Stadia. Tech Today and Gaming
Computex: What Has Been Revealed at the Gigantic Computer Convention
The U.S.-China trade war has been going off and on in a tit-for-tat escalation for more than a year. Only now, over the past couple of weeks, has it been having severe effects on the tech industry. Here are some of the companies that have been affected.
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5G: Where Is It Right Now and Where Is It Headed?
Lots and lots and lots of cool products happened. Most notably… Tech Today and Computers
5G is truly the next big thing in technology. It will transform and revolutionize the world. Downloading episodes of shows will require just seconds instead of minutes, as it will achieve gigabit downloading speed. This is all great and innovative; however, the big question for 5G is WHEN? Cognoscenti Premium
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