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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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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Review

11/01/2016, Samsung was the first major brand to announce a 12-inch HiDPI ultralight notebook running with Windows 10 and an Intel core m3 processor. The announcement sent shock-waves through the PC OEMs who were impressed behind closed doors. At 1.53 lbs (694g), the...

Microsoft Surface 3 Is Gradually Fading Into Oblivion

11/01/2016, Microsoft launched the Surface 3 tablet in March last year and it was released in most markets across the globe a few weeks later. This cheaper iteration of Microsoft’s Surface tablet turned out to be quite popular and performed well in the market...

Microsoft No Longer Selling Windows 7 And Windows 8.1 To PC Makers

11/01/2016, While Microsoft is going to support Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 for some time now, the company has decided to no longer sell these iterations of its operating system to PC makers. What this means is that the company is now pushing them to make PCs that run...

New MacBook Pro’s OLED Touch Bar Reportedly Supplied By Samsung

11/01/2016, Apple recently unveiled its new MacBook Pro lineup and as expected, the new models come with an OLED panel where the function key row would normally be. Apple is calling this multi-touch OLED display a Touch Bar. The company didn’t say where it...

Possible Reason Why The MacBook Pros Are Capped At 16GB RAM

11/01/2016, It seems that when the new MacBook Pros were revealed, there are some users who were disappointed that the max the laptop’s RAM could be set at was 16GB. When a customer reached out to Phil Schiller, he responded by saying that having more than 16GB of...

Google Discloses Windows Vulnerability, Microsoft Is Not Happy

11/01/2016, You might have heard that over at Google, the company has an ongoing effort called Project Zero in which a team of Googlers basically scours the web and software for all kinds of security vulnerabilities. The issues are then reported to the developers...

Cheaper MacBook Pros With 32GB Of RAM Coming In 2017

11/01/2016, Apple’s new MacBook Pros aren’t cheap. In fact if you live in the UK, you’re probably looking at even more exorbitant prices, but the good news is that if you can hold off until 2017, you might be able to get your hands on cheaper MacBook Pros, or...

Here’s How You Can Re-enable The Chime On The 2016 MacBook Pro

10/31/2016, The other day we reported that Apple for some reason or the other decided to do away with the startup chime in its 2016 MacBook Pros. Given how iconic the sound was, it was a bit odd that Apple would kill off the feature, but the good news is that it’s...

Chrome For Windows Now Loads 15% Faster

10/31/2016, While Chrome is a pretty handy browser due to its integration with Google’s apps and services, if there has been one criticism that has been leveled at it, it would be its speed in which its launch time can sometimes be a bit slow. However given the...

Huawei MateBook Review

10/31/2016, Huawei’s entry in the notebook market has been a surprise for many PC industry actors, and the ultralight form-factor chosen by Huawei made a very good impression when it was presented for the first time. It even took some wind out of Samsung which...

Tablet Shipments Fall For The Eighth Quarter Straight

10/31/2016, Things aren’t looking too good for the global tablet market. It has actually been in a constant state of decline for the past eight quarters and the situation has remained the same in the third quarter of this year. Latest figures from market...

Fart Apps Are Coming For The MacBook Pro’s Touch Pad

10/31/2016, When the iPhone burst onto the scene, developers created all kinds of novelty-based apps that would take advantage of the phone’s screen. We’d have games that required users to press buttons, we’d have games where you’d have to guide a drunk in a...