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Astronomers produce first detailed images of surface of giant star

An international team of astronomers has produced the first detailed images of the surface of a giant star outside our solar system, revealing a nearly circular, dust-free atmosphere with complex areas of moving material, known as convection cells or granules, according to a recent study. The giant star, named π1Gruis, ...

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Review: Microsoft Surface Laptop

Maria Lokke/WIRED Microsoft’s new Surface Laptop says nothing about the future of technology. The team in Redmond didn’t concern itself with the way things will be in 2025—which ports users will want, what kind of device they’ll use, how they’ll feel about bezels. Instead, Microsoft built a laptop optimized for ...

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Review: Microsoft Surface Studio

Not long after Satya Nadella took over Microsoft, he laid out his plan for the company. “We want to move from people needing Windows, to choosing Windows, to loving Windows,” he said. recommends 2017 Microsoft Surface Studio 8/10 Wired As good-looking a desktop as you’ll find. Everything about this screen is ...

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Review: Microsoft Surface Book with Performance Base

For years, consumer hardware has increasingly differentiated with design. And while Microsoft’s latest Surface Book hybrid features the premium materials, sleek looks, and lighter and thinner body you’d expect, it’s all about incredible engineering at its core. This is the second version of the unique detachable device Microsoft first released ...

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Review: Microsoft Surface Pro 4

The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 arrives three years to the day after the launch of the original Surface. Grinding through four major models in three years isn’t exactly something to crow about, but give Redmond points for tenacity. Has it finally gotten the Windows tablet right? Hybrids—slate tablets that can ...

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Review: Microsoft Surface Book

For the last few years, PC manufacturers have devoted incredible engineering resources to giving their laptops gymnastic capabilities. Dell made a laptop whose screen could spin quickly inside its frame. Toshiba’s Satellite could fold flat and slide closed, as if slipping under a limbo pole. Lenovo made a whole line ...

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