The HAVIT KB395L RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review: Marvelous Mechanical Minimalism

HAVIT is a PC peripherals manufacturer originating from China. Although the brand name may not be very well known in North America and Europe, HAVIT was founded back in 1998, making them one of the most experienced manufacturers in the peripherals market. Experienced as they are, the company’s designers and engineers are trying to bring […]

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Apple now will warn you if your Mac has old, 32-bit apps

The company’s computer operating system has been moving to more advanced technology, though MacOS High Sierra and at least the next version of Apple’s software will still support older apps. Apple on Thursday will start alerting you if you have old Mac apps hanging around. If you have the latest version of Apple’s MacOS software […]

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Windows 10 Spring Creators Update: Settings changes

Microsoft’s semi-annual update to Windows 10 is expected soon. Microsoft hasn’t committed to a release date or an official name, but it’ll apparently be called Spring Creators Update or something similar. It’ll usher in new features such as Timeline and nearby sharing while adding to and moving things around in the Settings app. To help you find the new additions and navigate […]

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Microsoft shrinks Windows 10’s upgrade downtime

Microsoft today said that upcoming Windows 10 feature upgrades, including the one that will ship early next month, will complete their on-PC migrations with significantly less disruption to their users’ work. According to the company, future upgrades – the twice-a-year heavy lifts that form the foundation of Microsoft’s Windows-as-a-service claim – will feature a 63% […]

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The collaboration conundrum: Companies look to consolidate around team chat apps

The wide variety of collaboration and communications tools now available to businesses can help connect employees in different locations, but can also result in fragmented and siloed conversations. With that in mind, a new breed of team collaboration chat apps has emerged in recent years that, in many cases, incorporate video and voice call functionality […]

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Massive March Patch Tuesday relaxes antivirus restrictions, but there are problems

On a scale from 1 to 10, Microsoft in March has ratcheted the patching pace up to 11. The good news is that there are no known exploits for any of the “Critical” rated security holes. (Worth repeating: There are still no known exploits for Meltdown or Spectre.) The bad news? Reports of another forced […]

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Macs now account for 10% of active personal computers

Macs accounted for approximately one in every 10 personal computers used to reach the web over the last two months, according to recent data from an analytics vendor. By the tally of California-based Net Applications, macOS – the operating system that runs natively only on Macs – powered 10% of the global PC user share […]

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The HAVIT KB395L RGB Mechanical Keyboard Review: Marvelous Mechanical Minimalism

HAVIT is a PC peripherals manufacturer originating from China. Although the brand name may not be very well known in North America and Europe, HAVIT was founded back in 1998, making them one of the most experienced manufacturers in the peripherals market. Experienced as they are, the company’s designers and engineers are trying to bring […]

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The Intel Optane SSD 800p (58GB & 118GB) Review: Almost The Right Size

Intel’s first Optane products hit the market almost a year ago, putting the much-awaited 3D XPoint memory in the hands of consumers. Today, Intel broadens that family with the Optane SSD 800p, pushing the Optane brand closer to the mainstream. The new Optane SSD 800p is an M.2 NVMe SSD using Intel’s 3D XPoint memory […]

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The MSI B350 Tomahawk Motherboard Review: Gaming On a Budget

Without key buzzwords such as ‘RGB’ and ‘gaming’, MSI is looking to target AMD users on a strict budget with the B350 Tomahawk. Compared to X370, the B350 boards lack multi-card graphics support, but at $85 the B350 Tomahawk looks to have a couple of tricks up its sleeve. The MSI B350 Tomahawk Review From first glance, the […]

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