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Computing, Operating Systems

Microsoft starts testing a version of Windows 10 it won’t release until 2020

February 14, 2019

Via: The Verge

Microsoft has started testing an update to Windows 10 that it plans to release in 2020. It’s unusual for the company to test updates so far in advance, as Microsoft typically releases two updates per year and tests them with […]


Computing, Hardware

Sorry, a 3GB Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti graphics card is unlikely

February 14, 2019

Via: Techradar

We’ve seen more than a few Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti models leak out, but these new 3GB variants are a curious development. Asus has apparently registered nine models of the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti featuring 3GB video memory with […]


Computing, Operating Systems

macOS 10.15: what we want to see

February 13, 2019

Via: Techradar

Over the last few months, macOS Mojave has grown to be one of the best iterations of Apple’s operating system (OS) we’ve seen yet. With its system-wide Dark Mode and tools for creatives, it improved on nearly every aspect of […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Adobe gives Lightroom a boost with Sensei-powered functionality

February 12, 2019

Via: Techradar

Adobe has announced an update to its Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic and Camera Raw applications, the highlight being a new feature, powered by its Sensei AI, called Enhance Details. Adobe claims the new feature harnesses the power of machine learning […]


Computing, Hardware

SSD vs HDD: which is best for your needs?

February 8, 2019

Via: Techradar

Welcome to our SSD vs HDD guide, where we’ll look at the pros and cons of traditional hard drives (HDD) and solid state drives (SSD) to help you choose which one is the best for your needs. When you’re looking […]


Computing, Hardware

MacBook Air 2019: what we want to see

February 7, 2019

Via: Techradar

Back in November, we finally got a new MacBook Air after years of neglect by Apple. And, while it did bring some modern features to Apple’s most popular MacBook lineup, we think the MacBook Air 2019 can do more to […]


Computing, Software & Applications

VLC 4.0 will bring new user interface and media library manager

February 6, 2019

Via: TechSpot

At the Free and Open Source Developers European Meeting, VLC has shared a look into what its next major revision will look like. Beginning with a new user interface, VLC is working towards adding a media library browser, VR support, […]


Computing, Hardware

Acer Debuts Chrome OS Desktop PCs, Chromebases With Generous specs

February 5, 2019

Via: Tablet News

Chrome OS isn’t only found on affordable laptops, some tablets and convertibles, but also some desktop PCs. Acer debuted two of those over the past 24 hours, the Acer Chromebase 2412 and the Chromebase for Meetings 24V2. These are all […]


Computing, Operating Systems

Windows 10 October 2018 Update will soon be automatically pushed to iCloud users

February 4, 2019

Via: Techradar

Be aware that if you run iCloud on your Windows 10 PC, you can expect the October 2018 Update to be automatically pushed to your machine imminently. You may recall that initially, the October 2018 Update broke Apple’s iCloud application, […]


Computing, Cybersecurity, Security, Software & Applications

Mayhem is a machine that can automatically detect, exploit, and patch cybersecurity vulnerabilities

January 30, 2019

Via: TechSpot

Most large companies recognize the value these hackers offer to the tech industry, and have set up lucrative “bug bounty” programs to reward them for their efforts depending on the severity of any disclosed bugs. Traditionally, the process of bug-hunting […]