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Computing, Hardware

Best hard drives 2018: the top HDD for desktops and laptops

November 16, 2018

Via: Techradar

The best hard drives aren’t as fast as the best SSDs, but they’re definitely more affordable. Plus, the best hard drives come with huge amounts of space at a lower price, rather than costing a fortune for a glorified flash […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel announces the Neural Compute Stick 2 for deep learning acceleration

November 14, 2018

Via: TechSpot

Creating software that relies on AI for decision making is quite difficult if there is not a way to simulate and test a system locally. Intel’s Neural Compute Stick allows developers to perform rapid prototyping in a controlled environment so […]


Computing, Operating Systems

Microsoft resumes rollout of Windows 10 October 2018 Update

November 13, 2018

Via: TechSpot

Microsoft’s Windows 10 October 2018 Update has been given the green light after a file deletion bug sidelined the software a month ago. The snafu has caused Microsoft to take a more measured approach to rolling out future updates. It’s […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Google’s new web app lets you ‘Squoosh’ images down to smaller file sizes

November 13, 2018

Via: The Verge

Nicely displaying high-quality images without sacrificing load time can be a constant dilemma. Now, an experimental web app from Google called “Squoosh” offers a quick and easy way to get the best of both worlds, via 9to5Google. It’s a pretty […]


Computing, Hardware

MSI Z370-A Pro: should I buy this motherboard?

November 13, 2018

Via: Techradar

When you sit down and decide that it’s time to build the best gaming pc you can muster, you should think about the best motherboards first — because the board you pick will inform the rest of the PC components […]


Computing, Hardware

MacBook Air teardown: What a difference three years make

November 9, 2018

Via: Mashable

Now that Apple’s new MacBook Air has hit the stores, repair specialists iFixit have immediately cracked it open to see what’s inside. And frankly, if you’ve seen some of the teardowns of recent MacBooks, you won’t see too many surprises […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Docker unveils Windows Server app migration program

November 8, 2018

Via: Info World

Docker has unveiled a new service to migrate legacy applications away from versions of Windows Server that are either obsolete or approaching end of life. The Windows Server Application Migration Program uses the latest version of Docker Enterprise with services […]


Computing, Software & Applications

You can now use Alexa on any Windows 10 PC

November 8, 2018

Via: TechSpot

If Cortana just wasn’t enough for your needs, Amazon is giving you the opportunity to use its proprietary ‘Alexa’ voice assistant on your Windows 10 PC today. To be clear, this isn’t a result of any sort of partnership between […]


Computing, Hardware

MacBook Air 2018 review round-up: the Air you’ve been waiting for

November 6, 2018

Via: TechSpot

Apple’s new MacBook Air with Retina display starts at $1,199 and is available in silver, gold and space gray finishes. It ships on November 7 and judging from early reviews, it checks most of the boxes that Air fans will […]


Computing, Hardware

ASUS Debuts New Vivobook S14 (S530) and S15 (S430) Laptops With Core i7 CPUs

October 30, 2018

Via: Tablet News

ASUS brought its latest Vivobooks to India this week, the Vivobook S15 and VivoBook S14 models. These are lightweight devices, that weigh below 2 kilograms and come with Windows 10 and powerful CPUs. We have them detailed below. ASUS Vivobook […]