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Aorus X5 Gaming Laptop Unveiled

06/04/2015, Last year Aorus unveiled two gaming laptops in the form of the Aorus X7 and the Aorus X3. For those unfamiliar, Aorus is basically a division over at Gigabyte that specializes in gaming laptops. That being said if neither the X3 nor X7 is what you’re...

Hitman: Sniper Has Been Officially Released On iOS And Android

06/04/2015, Yesterday we reported that Square Enix Montreal had announced that come 4th of June, Hitman: Sniper would be released on iOS and Android devices. True to their word and after what felt like months of teasing and waiting, the game has been officially...

Skype Crashing Bug Fixed In Latest Update For All Platforms

06/03/2015, Yesterday we reported that there was a weird bug discovered on Skype in which sending the “http://:” message would cause the app to crash continuously. This affected the Skype application across all platforms save for the Mac version of Skype which...

ATM Industry To Skip Windows 8, Will Wait For Windows 10

06/03/2015, Last year Microsoft officially ended their support for Windows XP. What this meant is that if you didn’t already upgrade to Windows 7 or 8, you wouldn’t get anymore support from Microsoft. This might not be a big deal for regular users, but for...

ASUS Launches Windows 10 Powered Pen Stick PC

06/03/2015, The pc-on-a-stick idea is not new and many companies have already released such products, look no further than the Intel Compute Stick. At Computex in Taiwan, ASUS has shown off one of its own. It’s a new pc-on-a-stick called the Pen Stick and...

Windows 10 Clean Install Will Be Possible After Free Upgrade

06/03/2015, Many of you might be well aware by now that Microsoft is going to allow Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users to upgrade to Windows 10 for free as long as they do it in one year, if they don’t upgrade within the first year, they’ll have to pay for...

Low-Cost Windows 10 With Bing Could Be In The Pipeline

06/03/2015, It’s common for Microsoft to release several different versions of its desktop operating system, Microsoft has already confirmed some of them, though according to a new report it seems that a Windows 10 with Bing version is in the pipeline as...

Dell XPS 15 Laptop Has An Almost Bezel-less Display

06/03/2015, Earlier this year at CES 2015, Dell took the wraps off the XPS 13 Ultrabook. First of all given that this is an Ultrabook, it is incredibly thin and light, but what made the laptop even more compelling than before is the fact that it came with a display...

Skype Bug Causes App To Crash When This Message Is Received

06/02/2015, Last week there was this big hoo-ha over a bug found on the Messages app in iOS in which after receiving a message with a particular string of characters, the Messages app would then crash and the phone would reboot instantly. It does not appear to be a...

Dell Launches New Affordable All-In-One Desktops

06/02/2015, The Computex expo is off to a start in Taiwan and Dell today unveiled a couple of new All-in-One desktops that are aimed at the budget minded consumer. These Windows powered machines come with 20-inch and 24-inch displays and carry the Inspiron 3000...

Intel Updates Its Fifth-Gen Processors With Iris Graphics

06/02/2015, While onboard GPUs in computers and laptops used to get a pretty bad rep when it came to gaming, this has started to change with Intel’s Iris graphics. Granted you still wouldn’t be able to run games like Crysis in Ultra settings, but it still has...

Intel Turns To USB Type-C For Thunderbolt 3

06/02/2015, It would make sense that companies would want to introduce proprietary connectors since it gives them more control in the market, but sometimes these attempts fail as users are unwilling to adopt them, kind of like FireWire which wasn’t as popular as...