Windows 11 Offers Third-Party Widgets Later This Year

Windows 11 widgets will be available in the upcoming months. Microsoft revealed information that its Build developer conference will support widgets for third-party apps later this year. Developers will be able to create widgets for their Win32 apps and progressive web apps using Microsoft’s Adaptive Cards platform. According to Panos Panay, Microsoft’s chief product officer for Windows and devices, the company focuses on making users can enjoy the quick access to content most important to them in a way that is seamless without breaking their flow. The latest Windows 11…

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Waze Features Apple Music Integration

Waze added Spotify integration five years ago and Google’s navigation app. Today, the app adds more integration; now this app supports Apple Music. Users will have Waze’s built-in audio controls to play, pause and switch between songs in your iPhone’s Apple Music library. That means users don’t need to switch the app when they want to drive to a destination you haven’t been to before. Apple itself has a major update on Apple Music, but it doesn’t have integration with Waze. Meanwhile, Google added a long list of smaller services,…

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HP Uses an OLED Display in The Upcoming Pavilion Laptop

HP attempts to compete with other brands in flagship laptop market with the Envy and Spectre notebooks. Today, the company unveiled the new components and features for the upcoming HP Pavilion laptop. The new HP Pavilion Plus 14-inch laptop will use 12th gen Intel Core H-series processors and with up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 4G discrete graphics. The good news is HP will use an OLED display with up to 2.8K resolution and a 16:10 aspect ratio instead of a standard LCD; it’s the first time for HP to…

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SteelSeries Will Launch The Gaming Headset With a 360 Audio and a Fresh Design

SteelSeries is the best company that produces gaming peripherals, including gaming headsets. The company produces new flagship Arctis Nova Pro with incredible features. Including an innovative audio suite with support for 360-degree spatial audio and more. This wired headset is compatible with PC, Xbox and PlayStation with a super comfortable design even during marathon gaming sessions. There are four different adjustment points, including rotating and height-adjustable earcups, pivoting hangers, and a flexible tension band. For gamers who want to customize the look of the headset, the company is offering $35…

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ASUS Will Launch The ‘World’s First’ 500Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor

ASUS will launch the “world’s first” 500Hz G-Sync gaming display, the 1080p ROG Swift 500Hz. This gaming monitor is dedicated to competitive gaming, it uses an “E-TN” (eSports TN) panel and incorporates NVIDIA’s G-Sync eSports to maximize motion it clarity. There’s NVIDIA’s Reflex Analyzer technology to reduce end-to-end latency if you’re using a Reflex-optimized mouse and NVIDIA GPU. The 500Hz refresh rate is higher eight times faster than typical 60Hz displays. ASUS promises 60 percent better response times than standard TN panels. The company adds Vibrance mode to its firmware.…

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