Wednesday, October 14, 2015

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Tech News Flash: Wednesday -- October 14, 2015

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iMac Refresh Advances Retina Revolution
Apple News Goes Dark in China
Acer Trots Out New Windows 10 PCs

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Today's Story Highlights

iMac Refresh Advances Retina Revolution
Apple on Tuesday announced upgrades to its iMac line, including Retina
displays and Intel sixth-gen Skylake processors. The company also
reached deeper into its hat to pull out "magical" new peripherals. The
entire 27-inch series of iMacs now come with the 5K Retina displays,
while the 21.5 inch iMac comes with a 4K Retina display. There are about
5.3 million more pixels to be had in a 5K display.

Apple News Goes Dark in China
Apple recently disabled its Apple News app for users in China, according
to multiple reports triggered by software developer Larry Salibra's
alerts last week. Although Apple is mum on the subject, users based in
China have begun complaining on the Internet about the News app being
unavailable there. Salibra could not connect to the News app, and he
couldn't read previously downloaded content.

Acer Trots Out New Windows 10 PCs
Acer has announced two new Windows 10 devices. The Aspire R 14
convertible has four use modes, while the Aspire Z3-700 all-in-one PC
has a built-in battery with five hours' life. Both include the Cortana
personal assistant. They also have Acer TrueHarmony Plus technology with
Dolby Audio, as well as Acer BluelightShield, which is designed to help
reduce eyestrain.

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