Major Windows 10 update slated for April 30, Apple drops router line
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The next major update to Windows 10 has an official release date of April 30th.
Formerly known as Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, its new name is the descriptive, Windows 10 April 2018 Update.
The free upgrade brings a number of new features, like a do not disturb mode called Focus Assist.
And the ability to easily share content between nearby computers.
Microsoft will roll out the April 2018 update more broadly on May 8th.
Apple is getting out of the router business the company announced it will no longer manufacture the Airport Express, Airport Extreme and the Airport Timecapsule.
The devices will continue to be sold at retailers until they are gone.
Apple will support the older routers for service and parts for five years.
Snap introduced a new version of its Spectacle glasses.
The new Spectacles will be able to handle rain, snow, and shallow water.
Snap says the new Spectacles are lighter and more comfortable than before.
[UNKNOWN] For in content from your spectacles to your phone is supposed to be quicker as well.
The new version of spectacles would be able to take photos.
A feature that was active in the first generation introduced in the late 2016.
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