Saturday, October 10, 2015

Is this your next laptop?

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This week, Microsoft revealed the new Surface Pro 4 at an event in New York alongside Lumia 950 and 950 XL phones and Microsoft Band 2. But what wasn't expected was a brand new Surface – the Surface Book.

It's an extremely powerful laptop that's also the thinnest Windows laptop ever at just 7.7mm thick. It has a 13.5-inch PixelSense screen that's been made as thin as possible with an optical bonded display that chucks out over six million pixels. Could it be your next laptop?

Also this week, discover the future of in-car audio, we reveal five key Android Marshmallow features worth getting excited about, and director George Miller talks about the technology used to recreate the world of Max Max. Find all this and much more on the site every day!

The gadget of the year
It’s the magazine issue in which we get to crown the best tech of 2015 – as voted for by you. We had a massive 229,000 votes online this year. Then we assembled an expert panel to make the final decisions. It’s been a long journey but we’ve finally selected the essential gadgets of 2015. [Read more...]

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Combined with excellent audio and a tangle resistant fabric cord the Major is a solid workhorse with great stamina, designed with non-stop, all-day listening in mind. Rock and roll to your favourite music today with Marshall Major Headphones. [Read more...]

Surface Book vs Surface Pro 4
It's been quite a week for fans of Microsoft hardware, with Lumia phones, a new wearable and the HoloLens all shown off at a special event in New York. The company also had a surprise in store at the end with the new Surface Book laptop – so where does that leave the Surface Pro 4? [Read more...]

Why the future of in-car audio will save ears and lives
DynAudio makes sound systems that are out of this world. Some of the company’s older speaker cabinets are so big and powerful that they need separate floor-standing amplifiers. Now, DynAudio is bringing the future of car sounds to the motoring world, and we're excited by what’s coming. [Read more...]

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5 reasons to be excited about Android Marshmallow
If you're wondering what exactly Android Marshmallow brings to the table, we're here to fill you in on the highlights – we've taken everything that Google has announced about the new mobile operating system and distilled it into five key features that are worth getting excited about. [Read more...]

7 tasty tech tricks used to create the world of Mad Max: Fury Road
When George Miller announced he was updating the Mad Max world for modern-day cinemagoers, no-one could have expected just how explosive Fury Road would be. T3 spoke to Miller about the technology he used to recreate the world and how he managed to film the myriad mad set pieces. [Read more...]

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