Computing – Digital Trends 9 April 2018

Leap Motion’s prototype augmented reality headset includes hand tracking

Leap Motion revealed a new prototype headset combining hand tracking with augmented reality. The open source community will have access next week after a few refinements. Leap Motion wants to add even more tech in the future. The post Leap Motion’s prototype augmented reality headset includes hand tracking appeared first on Digital Trends.

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What laptop are you looking forward to most in 2018?

We've reviewed a lot of the biggest laptops in 2018 already, but there are still a bunch more to come. Whether it's the new MacBook, the Surface Book 3, or one of the Always Connected PCs, vote in our poll and tell us which laptop you're most excited to try out. The post What laptop are you looking forward to most in 2018? appeared first on Digital Trends.

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How to share your screen on Skype

Looking to learn how to share your screen on Skype? You've come to the right place. Whether you're using the latest Universal Windows Platform app, or the Classic Desktop version, we'll take you through it step by step. The post How to share your screen on Skype appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Here’s how to check if Facebook shared your data with Cambridge Analytica

In keeping with earlier promises, Facebook has rolled out a tool that will show you whether or not your data was in the hands of Cambridge Analytica or any other company that has since been banned from the platform. The post Here’s how to check if Facebook shared your data with Cambridge Analytica appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Samsung’s Dex Pad, which helps turn your Galaxy S9 into a desktop, arrives May 13

In addition to the launch of the Galaxy S9 at Mobile World Congress, Samsung also unveiled the Dex Pad. It's a follow-up to last year's Dex Station, and it offers a desktop mode of your phone when connected to an external monitor. The post Samsung’s Dex Pad, which helps turn your Galaxy S9 into a desktop, arrives May 13 appeared first on Digital Trends.

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HP’s premium detachable Chromebook x2 doesn’t command a premium price

HP introduced the Chromebook x2 on Monday, targeting Apple's iPad Pro using a smaller price point of $599. Even more, the device is detachable and doesn't require you to purchase the keyboard and pen separately. The post HP’s premium detachable Chromebook x2 doesn’t command a premium price appeared first on Digital Trends.

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