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Coming Soon: Laptops to run for over 24 hours on a single charge

Coming Soon: Laptops to run for over 24 hours on a single charge 

In this episode, Marcello Sukhdeo talks about a new app that allows Alexa on Apple Watch, also, Encyclopedia Britannica has released a new free Chrome extension that will give you factual, relevant information in the search engine sidebar. And a new display technology from Intel that will result in over 24 hours battery life for laptops.

Show Notes

Intel has found a way to extend battery life by hours using a new type of display. The result is a laptop that can run for up to 28 hours between charges.

Intel is working with a Low Power Display Technology (LPDT), which allows for the creation of a one-watt panel manufactured by Sharp and Innolux.

The laptop that Intel used in these tests had an LPDT display running on a 15-watt Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, an Intel 600p SSD, UHD Graphics 620.

Britannica Insights

The Encyclopedia Britannica is looking to regain its relevance by attaching itself to Google search results. This is to correct the inaccurate information that the Encyclopedia Britannica believes exists on the Internet.

The new search product, “Britannica Insights,” is a Chrome extension that will take information from the encyclopedia and populate it on the sidebar “snippet” of a Google search results page.

Britannica Insights works with major search engines – Google, Bing, Yahoo, and others – on the Chrome browser.

Alexa on Apple Watch

Voice in a Can is an app that lets you interact with Alexa on an Apple Watch. It’s a standalone Apple Watch app, which means you don’t need to tether to an iPhone to use Alexa, and all you need is a Wi-Fi signal or LTE if you have that version of the Apple Watch.

Author: Marcello Sukhdeo Email:

Marcello is VP Content Strategy for IT in Canada Online media and and also host of WRLWND Radio. An avid technology enthusiast, he has worked on content leadership strategies for a number of industries including the public sector, life science, technology and defence. He is a former technology marcom and content specialist for Canadian Government Executive media and has previously worked as a technology columnist and web-designer, as well as a social media and technology consultant.

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