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PCs, Macs and other “large” computers may seem like the old players in today’s mobile world, but try living without one of those, and you’ll realize that they are still the most comfortable form of computing around.

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HyperDrive Is A USB-C Hub For Your MacBook Pro

12/05/2016, One of the controversial moves Apple made last year was by removing all of the ports on the 12-inch MacBook and replacing it with a single USB-C port. Thankfully for this year’s MacBook Pro, Apple decided to give us four USB-C ports which should make...

Microsoft 12 Days of Deals 2016 Brings Substantial Discounts

12/05/2016, Do you like discounts? Who doesn’t! If you’re interested in purchasing some new Windows-powered machines and other items then you might want to check out the Microsoft 12 Days of Deals 2016 promotion. The promotion is live today and provides...

Latest Chrome Update Will Disable Flash Automatically

12/05/2016, It is no secret that Flash has pretty much lost its darling status as a tool for web developers. Heralded back in the day as being a means of bringing new multimedia content onto the web, the protocol has in recent years fallen to the wayside due to a...

Windows 10 HomeHub To Give Amazon Echo A Run For Its Money

12/04/2016, Amazon has shown what its digital personal assistant Alexa is capable of doing by baking it into its Amazon Echo devices. This compelled Google to show off a similar technology in the form of Google Home. Microsoft is said to be taking a slightly...

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Specs Leaked

12/04/2016, Microsoft released the Surface Pro 4 in October last year and even though it’s a pretty powerful computer it’s due for a refresh. While Microsoft hasn’t confirmed when the successor will be out, a new report claims to leak Microsoft...

Some MacBook Pro Users Are Seeing Poor Battery Life

12/04/2016, With the new MacBook Pros, Apple is boasting that users should be able to get about 10 hours worth of battery life out of the laptop. Unfortunately it seems that there are some users who aren’t exactly getting those speeds. According to a report from...

Verizon Unveils GizmoTab 8-inch Tablet For Kids

12/04/2016, There are many tablets available in today’s market, but if you’re looking for a tablet to give your kids, you might be interested to learn that Verizon has recently announced the GizmoTab. This is a tablet that has been designed for kids in mind, so...

Lenovo Yoga Book Review

12/02/2016, Achieving efficient handwriting on a smartphone or tablet has been a dream of innovation teams around the world for decades, and Lenovo may have mastered it with its new Yoga Book. The lightweight and ultra-thin Yoga Book is a 2-in-1 tablet that opens...

AMD Radeon RX 490 Graphics Card May Be Coming Out Soon

12/01/2016, It appears that AMD is in the process of launching a new powerful graphics card in the near future. A listing has been spotted at an online retailer for the AMD Radeon RX 490 graphics card which mentions that it’s going to be released in the second...

HP’s New Laptop For Students Tested To Military Field Standards

12/01/2016, You might not be able to equate military operations with middle school but that’s not stopping HP from making this comparison to sell its new laptop. HP has announced the ProBook x360 Education Edition today. While it’s more or less similar to...

AMD Zen CPU Specs Will Be Confirmed On December 13th

11/30/2016, AMD has confirmed that it’s going to hold a special preview event next month for its next-generation Zen CPUs. Those who have been looking forward to its new chips can now rest assured that the AMD Zen CPU specs will be revealed on December 13th....

British MP Wants Schools To Ditch iPads, Says They Lead To Bullying

11/30/2016, In today’s technology-centric world where homes are outfitted with devices that can communicate with each other, and where we carry around tiny computers in our pockets, it makes sense that technology finds its way into the education sector too. We’ve...