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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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Acer Nitro 5 Spin 2-in-1 Gaming Laptop Announced

08/21/2017, As fun and convenient it is to game on a desktop PC, sometimes we are required to travel, or our living situations don’t really have enough space for a desktop PC, which is where gaming laptops come in handy. There are many gaming laptops out there...

Skype’s New Design Lands On Desktops

08/17/2017, Microsoft introduced a radical Skype mobile redesign a couple of months back. Even though it hasn’t been very well received so far, the company wants to see what desktop users think about it. That’s why the new Skype design has now landed on...

Twelve South Debuts The Curve Stand For The MacBook Pro

08/15/2017, If you use a laptop as your primary computing device, but connect it to a monitor when you’re home, there are many ways you can go about doing it, and recently accessory maker Twelve South has debuted a new stand called the Curve which appears to be an...

High Surface Book Return Rates Seen In Leaked Microsoft Memo

08/14/2017, Consumer Reports pulled its recommended rating for Microsoft’s Surface hardware products last week, citing reliability issues. Microsoft disagrees with the downgrade and is reportedly readying a marketing push to present its side of the story to the...

Microsoft Disagrees With Consumer Reports’ Findings

08/11/2017, Recently Consumer Reports announced that due to stability issues, they were no longer able to recommend Microsoft’s Surface series of tablets and laptops. Unsurprisingly Microsoft didn’t take too kindly to the report and in a blog post penned by Panos...

NVIDIA Recalls European Wall Adapter For Its SHIELD Tablets And TVs

08/11/2017, Given what a disaster the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was for the company last year, what with the batteries exploding and causing fires, we’re sure that many tech companies are now being extra cautious when it comes to trying to avoid similar incidents with...

Intel 8th Gen Core Processors Will Be Unveiled On August 21st

08/10/2017, Intel’s 7th generation Core processors are good enough but this isn’t a company that rests on its laurels. The company wants to get everyone talking about its next-generation processors and for precisely that reason, it has announced that...

Microsoft Surface PCs No Longer Recommended By Consumer Reports

08/10/2017, The non-profit publication Consumer Reports has pulled its “recommended” rating from Microsoft’s entire lineup of Surface PCs over reliability concerns. It says that the breakage rate for Surface devices is significantly worse than for...

Lenovo’s Phab2 Series Will Not Be Getting Android 7.0 Nougat

08/10/2017, Android OEMs aren’t particularly well known for being timely when it comes to issuing Android updates, and we guess we can’t really blame them. After all many of them have multiple handsets to juggle, so finding the time and resources to push the...

Lenovo Unveils Its First Smartphone With Stock Android

08/09/2017, Lenovo continues to manufacture and sell smartphones under its own brand so it’s not just relying on Motorola to establish its footing in the smartphone space. Lenovo recently confirmed that it was going to use stock Android on its own smartphones...

Intel’s New ‘Ruler’ SSD Form Factor Teased

08/08/2017, Intel is innovating with new form factors of comptuing products and it has been showing off some amazing products. The company has now teased its new form factor for solid state drives. The new “ruler” form factor for SSDs is going to be...

Microsoft To Build-In Eye-Tracking Features Into Windows 10

08/01/2017, For those of us who are able bodied, the ability to use our hands to control our computers through a keyboard and mouse is something we tend to take for granted, or at least until the unspeakable happens and we suddenly lose some (or all) functionality in...