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Huawei Dual Boot Laptop Rumored

01/18/2016, Huawei is one of the most well-known smartphone manufacturers out of China, it does much more than just make smartphones, but that’s what most people know it for. According to a new rumor the company is working on a new laptop, not unlike the...

New Processors Will Only Have Support For Windows 10

01/17/2016, Microsoft has confirmed that it has made a major change to its support policy which confirms its plans for future updates to its previous operating systems like Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. It’s not going to update previous operating systems for...

World’s Biggest SSD Launched With 13TB Of Storage

01/14/2016, Back in the day when SSDs weren’t as common as they are today, they came in really small storage sizes and cost a tiny fortune. These days SSDs are still expensive compared to regular HDDs, but they are considerably more affordable, especially...

Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Speed & Features

01/14/2016, As we head towards Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016, the onslaught of smartphone designs using Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 820 SoC (processor) is going to hit. Now is a good time to refresh your mind about what this chip is about, and how it is compared...

Messages On Mac Gets Live Photo Support Soon

01/14/2016, At the launch of its new iPhone last year, Apple introduced a cool new feature called Live Photos. Think of them as photos on steroids, as Live Photos capture motion and audio 1.5 seconds before a picture is taken and 1.5 seconds after allowing users to...

Microsoft Might Be Developing Windows 10 For ARM-Based Processors

01/14/2016, This might be hard to believe for you if you’re aware of what has transpired over the past couple of years with regards to a desktop version of Windows for ARM-based processors, but apparently it looks like Microsoft may go down that same road...

8-inch ASUS Tablet Spotted On GFXBench

01/13/2016, For those shopping for a brand new tablet, you might be interested to learn that ASUS might have something for you. It has recently been spotted on GFXBench (via PocketDroid) a listing for an ASUS tablet which sports an 8-inch display. It does not look...

This Bug Makes Chrome’s Incognito Mode Not-So-Private Anymore

01/13/2016, Want some privacy while browsing the web, at least from people you might share a computer with? Browsers like Google’s Chrome comes with an Incognito Mode which is supposed to help you with that. However it turns out that maybe Incognito Mode might not...

Skype Translator Now Available For All Skype For Windows Users

01/13/2016, Quite a while back Microsoft launched a separate Skype Translator app which provided real-time translation in seven languages. Since the feature was in beta it was not incorporated into the main app but now the company is confident enough that this...

PC Shipments Saw Biggest Drop Last Year

01/13/2016, The market has not been gentle with PCs, over the past few quarters shipments have been continuously on the decline, and things didn’t turn out to be any better last year. Some believed that perhaps they might surge during the holiday quarter but...

G.Skill Launches 128GB DDR4 RAM Kit Clocked At 3000MHz

01/13/2016, PCs don’t restrict you in a way that laptops and notebooks do, they’re fully modular meaning that it’s very easy to swap out the different components without having to go through too much trouble. That’s one of the reasons why...

3 In 4 iOS Devices Run On iOS 9

01/12/2016, According to last month’s figures, iOS 9’s adoption was sitting at 70%. However it looks like in the past month or so, it has since an increase where iOS 9 is now running on 3 out of 4 iOS devices. This is according to the Apple Developer support page...

Intel Admits Skylake Bug Can Cause PCs To Freeze

01/11/2016, It is safe to say that the CPU is the most important part of the computer. Forget the discrete GPU or sound card since without a CPU, it would be just chunks of metal and silicon. That being said, CPUs are designed to handle workloads, especially the...

Microsoft To End Windows 8 Security Updates January 12

01/11/2016, As you might have heard, in January of last year, Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7. Now if you have long upgraded to Windows 8, the bad news is that your time has come. Just to remind you guys, Windows 8’s security updates will be coming...