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AMD Threadripper Processors Reportedly Feature Liquid Cooling

07/17/2017, AMD recently revealed more details about its upcoming lineup of performance processors called Threadripper. If a new report is to be believed, the new processors won’t rely on traditional methods of air cooling to keep the temperature in check. The...

Wacom Announces New 24-inch, 32-inch 4K Cintiq Pro Tablets

07/17/2017, Long before the iPad Pro came along, Wacom was pretty much the default company that many artists and professionals turned to for their drawing tablet needs. In fact while the iPad Pro might be the more mainstream option, Wacom’s Cintiq tablets are...

Google Uses AI To Edit Photos Like A Professional

07/17/2017, It is the concern of many that one day robots will replace us humans in our jobs. However there are some jobs that might be hard to replace, such as those in the creative field where since art is subjective, AI might have a harder time trying to figure it...

How To Use TeamViewer

07/16/2017, TeamViewer, is a widely used computer remote-access application that lets you connect across devices and control them. It also gives you the ability to communicate with users, setup meetings and share files with them. In this tutorial, we shall explain...

How To Install+Use WhatsApp on PC, 2 Easy Ways

07/16/2017, WhatsApp is unquestionably the most popular instant messaging service till date. The platform has probably around 1.3 billion monthly active users now. Being a feature-rich IM app, a lot of users want to utilize WhatsApp Messenger on their PCs as well....

Surface Pro Hibernation Issue Fix Released By Microsoft

07/16/2017, Some users of Microsoft’s new Surface Pro have been complaining about a hibernation issue with their new device. Microsoft has now released a fix for the hibernation issue. A new firmware update has been released by Microsoft which takes care of the...

Safari 11 Could Be The Fastest Browser For The Mac

07/13/2017, There are many browsers available for Mac users. There is Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and of course the default browser Safari. If you are a Mac user who might be using third-party browsers instead of Safari, perhaps Safari 11 that will be bundled in macOS...

Microsoft Closing Surface Hub Factory In Oregon

07/13/2017, The Surface Hub is a giant 85 inch 4K display from Microsoft that’s aimed at businesses that require a powerful computing solution that can also double as a space for collaboration and presentation. Microsoft has been selling this product for over a...

AMD Ryzen Threadripper Prices Confirmed

07/13/2017, AMD unveiled its high-end, multi-core Threadripper processor lineup back in May this year. At that point, the company didn’t reveal too many details about its new premium processors and it didn’t even reveal how much they were going to cost....

Apple’s Back-To-School Promo Offers Free Beats With MacBook

07/12/2017, If you’re a student going back to school after the summer holidays, know that Apple is having a back-to-school promo which actually seems to offer up a pretty decent deal where you will be able to score yourself a free set of Beats headphones with a Mac...

Google’s New Backup And Sync Desktop Client Is Now Available

07/12/2017, Back in June, Google announced a new tool that would be coming to Google Drive in the form of Backup and Sync, which is basically a more robust way offered by Google to help backup the contents of your computer onto their services such as Google Drive and...

PowerPoint Presentation Translator Now Available To All

07/12/2017, Microsoft has confirmed today that the PowerPoint Presentation Translator is available to any and all users starting today. The company announced this feature at its Build 2017 conference last month. It’s a feature developed by the company’s...

Kaspersky Removed From U.S. Government’s Approved Vendors List

07/12/2017, Software firm Kaspersky Lab has been under scrutiny in the United States for its alleged links with the Russian administration. The company’s founder Eugene Kaspersky recently so far as to offer the software’s source code to the government in...