Updated September 30, 2018 01:23:57 With the launch of the new Apple TV streaming device, and the new iPhone XS and XS Max, we have another great month of information technology articles to share.
As the new year approaches, I’m sure that we will see many of you start to explore information technology for yourself.
Here are a few of my favourite articles to read this month.
What’s New in Information Technology News for September (September 2018) We had a great month with a wide range of new developments and new developments that can help to shape the future of information technologies in the future.
This month, I was excited to find out what new features Apple and Microsoft are launching in 2018.
What I’ve seen so far: 1.
Apple’s Siri: With Siri now available on iPhone X and iPad Pro, we now have a brand new way to access our most important information: our location, contacts, calendars, and more.
The iPhone and iPad will offer a whole new way for you to connect with family, friends, co-workers, and even strangers using Siri.
Microsoft’s Cortana: The first major update to Microsoft’s personal assistant has been released, making it even easier for you and your family to share, discover, and use information in a way that’s even easier on your eyes and hands.
Cortana can now search for information, take notes, send emails, and make calls via the Windows 10 Store.
Google Assistant: Google’s voice assistant has a new look and a whole lot more to help us communicate with people across all of our devices.
We can now ask Cortana to find information, search for things in our inbox, read the news, and much more.
Google Photos: A new photo-sharing service that can capture photos and videos has been launched, and it has some serious potential for sharing photos and video.
Facebook has released its own voice assistant, but it’s not ready for primetime yet.
It will continue to be available in the beta version of the app, and you can try it for yourself at the Google Play Store.
Apple Watch: Apple’s new smartwatch is launching in September and I’m excited to try it out.
This time around, the watch has a much better design, better functionality, and a much faster display.
The Apple Watch is designed with smartwatches in mind, with a large curved display, a light-up back, and built-in heart rate sensor.
Google Pixel: The Google Pixel 2 has been announced, and I can’t wait to get my hands on one.
The new Pixel 2 is powered by a new dual-core processor, quad-core GPU, and 512GB of RAM.
Twitter is launching a new video-sharing app called Vine.
This is a simple way to create a video feed of your life, but I can see it being really useful for anyone who likes to watch their own videos and photos.
Microsoft Surface Book: The Surface Book will be released later this month, and Microsoft is introducing the Surface Book Pro.
The Pro will have a more powerful CPU and a larger screen, and will include a new Type Cover.
Amazon Kindle Voyage: This new e-reader is designed for people who are looking to start reading books on their tablets, but with a larger display and larger battery.
Twitter has released a new app called Tweet.
It’s an easy way to share tweets, share photos, and find content that is interesting to you.
Microsoft has announced a new Surface Pro 4.
The device will be available starting in September.
Apple is releasing the iPad Pro with Retina Display and a new Apple Pencil for those who need more of a creative outlet.
This new Pencil is perfect for drawing and sketching, and lets you draw with the pressure of your fingertips.
Google Maps: Google Maps has been updated to include the new feature of automatic satellite updates.
You can now see a map of your current location, as well as the most recent satellite updates from Google, the company’s mapping service.
Instagram has launched an Instagram-exclusive Instagram-themed calendar, and this is another reason why you should check it out: the app has a whole bunch of cool and fun calendar themes.
Twitter: Twitter has launched a new Twitter-themed app called Snap.
This app lets you share and search photos and GIFs directly from Twitter, with other people’s tweets.
Twitter added a new way of viewing trending topics: the trending tab.
Google’s Alexa has been upgraded to the latest version, which allows Alexa to understand more than 200 million spoken phrases and commands from the Alexa Skill.
This includes commands that can be used to ask Alexa to perform a wide variety of tasks, including reading your Facebook updates, reading your Twitter posts, or just asking for