Computers, Page 7 ▼

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.

Quick links: Microsoft | Windows 8, Windows 8.1| OS X | Lenovo | HP | Acer | Chrome OS

Hot Computer Reviews


NVIDIA Shield Tablet Sweetens Up With Android 5.0 Lollipop

11/13/2014, While Motorola has kept to their word by rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop extremely early (relatively speaking compared to the other smartphone manufacturers, of course) on their Moto G smartphones, not to mention the LG G3 too, being on the receiving end...

Samsung Flow Brings Effortless Content Handoff Between Devices

11/13/2014, At the Samsung Developer Conference, which kicked off yesterday, the company announced Flow. Samsung Flow is a feature that will be exclusive to the company’s own smartphones, tablets, smartwatches and TVs. Think of it like the Handoff/Continuity...

iPad Sales Predicted To Drop By 40% In Q1 2015

11/13/2014, As it stands, Apple’s iPads have the majority market share when it comes to tablets. This is thanks to Apple who safe to say made tablets popular once again a few years ago. However is it possible that Apple maintain this streak forever? Well according...

Microsoft Finally Patches 19-year Old Windows Bug With IBM’s Help

11/13/2014, No piece of software is perfect. Sure many applications run smooth and work as they should, at least on the surface, but somewhere there is a loophole that can be exploited or a very rare bug that almost never manifests itself. Well it seems that this...

Facebook Unveils “Say Thanks” Feature

11/12/2014, So, the number of Facebook Messenger users have hit the 500 million mark already, and it certainly does not look as though that particular figure is going to stop anytime soon. Having said that, we have the latest word from Facebook that they will...

Google Posts Android 5.0 Lollipop Factory Images For Nexus Devices

11/12/2014, Earlier today the factory image for the Nexus 7 (2012) tablet was leaked. Basically for those unfamiliar, this is the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the tablet which Google will eventually be rolling out to the masses. Well the good news is that it looks...

Square’s Updated Reader Accepts Chip Cards

11/12/2014, Square is a payments company which also makes mobile card readers which can be used to swipe cards and accept payments using smartphones and tablets. The existing credit card reader from Square isn’t capable of accepting chip cards, otherwise known...

Jennifer Lawrence “Will Never Get Twitter”

11/12/2014, While one can say that it is a given for most celebrities to be in vogue with their online lives, sporting Facebook and Twitter accounts to keep in touch with their many millions of fans, some prefer to remain off the grid. Hunger Games star Jennifer...

Google Releases Fiber For Small Business

11/12/2014, Google has finally launched its Google Fiber for Small Business to companies, which in turn would make it function as an ISP itself. This particular rollout will kick off with an Early Access Program in various places around central Kansas City. The...

Nexus 7 (2012) Lollipop Factory Image Leaked

11/12/2014, If you happen to own the Nexus 7 (2012) and have yet to make the upgrade to the next generation version, fret not – this particular tablet still has some life left in its proverbial legs just yet as we have received word that the Android 5.0...

Box iPhone App Gets Touch ID Support

11/11/2014, When the Touch ID fingerprint sensor first came out with the iPhone 5s it was really limited in function. Third party applications had no access to it so users could only perform functions that Apple allowed them to. That changed with iOS 8.0 which...