2016 MacBook Air Pro Release Date

Apple’s 2016 MacBook rollout timeline purportedly revealed

By on January 28, 2016 at 5:35 PM.

Apple’s 2016 MacBook rollout timeline purportedly revealed

They might not be iPhones, but Apple’s MacBooks and Macs are still relevant players in the PC business. And while Apple may not have anything to announce regarding release plans for this year’s MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, supply chain murmurs have already hit the web and have revealed tentative release dates for this year’s MacBook releases.

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Apple AC Wall Adapter Recall

How to find out if the AC wall adapters Apple just recalled might electrocute you

By on January 28, 2016 at 1:03 PM.

How to find out if the AC wall adapters Apple just recalled might electrocute you

Apple on Thursday announced a voluntary recall of AC wall plug adapters included in the box along with some Macs, Apple World Travel Adapter Kits, and a few iOS devices from 2003 to 2015. A large number of markets are impacted, including Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Continental Europe, New Zealand and South Korea.

Why is Apple recalling this tiny piece of equipment that you’ve been taking for granted for many years? Well, it looks like they might electrocute you.

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Microsoft Edge Browser Private Data

Microsoft’s Edge browser is apparently saving your private browsing data

By on January 27, 2016 at 9:25 PM.

Microsoft’s Edge browser is apparently saving your private browsing data

As if Microsoft doesn’t have enough explaining to do when it comes to security on Windows 10, a recent investigation of Edge has revealed that the stock browser’s InPrivate mode doesn’t keep a user’s browsing history private at all. More →

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Gaming headset

Save 54% on this PC gaming headset to promises maximum comfort

By on January 26, 2016 at 6:15 PM.

Save 54% on this PC gaming headset to promises maximum comfort

When you are playing games, you want a headset that will provide you great sound and excellent comfortability. The Letton G1 USB Surround Sound Stereo Over Ear Gaming Headset is for sale on Amazon for $29.99 with free shipping on orders more than $35, or 54% off list price.
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Turn Off Windows 10 Feedback App

How to stop Windows 10 from constantly bothering you about what’s bothering you

By on January 22, 2016 at 7:35 PM.

How to stop Windows 10 from constantly bothering you about what’s bothering you

Earlier this month, Microsoft unwittingly angered a significant portion of its user base by publishing frightening specific statistics about Windows 10 usage. The fact that Microsoft has access to this data wasn’t much of a surprise, but the lack of tact continually amazes users who are begging the company to be more forthright about its data collection.

Microsoft wants to know what bugs you about Windows 10, but sadly, Microsoft can’t even get that quite right.

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Touchscreen tablet laptop

This touchscreen tablet is like a Surface Pro but at a fraction of the price

By on January 21, 2016 at 8:13 PM.

This touchscreen tablet is like a Surface Pro but at a fraction of the price

With this tablet you’ll have the option of using its touchscreen feature or the included smart keyboard, and you can switch from either option when it fits your needs. The Haier 10.1″ 2-in-1 Windows 10 Quad Core Touchscreen Tablet Laptop is for sale on Amazon $239.99 with free shipping. That’s 40% off list price. More →

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Android tablet

10-inch Lollipop tablet ships with a keyboard for just $70

By on January 20, 2016 at 8:55 AM.

10-inch Lollipop tablet ships with a keyboard for just $70

Tablets are great for many things, though the less expensive models typically don’t have Google’s official version of Android. With this one, however,  you’ll have Google Play already installed and have access to millions of free apps. The iRulu eXpro X1S Android 5.1 Lollipop Tablet PC is for sale on Amazon for $69.99 with free shipping. That’s 46% off list price. More →

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Run Windows Apps on Mac

The best ways to run Windows apps on your Mac without installing Windows

By on January 15, 2016 at 10:00 PM.

The best ways to run Windows apps on your Mac without installing Windows

In 2016, you can do pretty much everything on a Mac that you can do on a Windows PC. But if there are Windows applications that you desperately need for work (or play), you’d probably prefer an alternative to installing another whole operating system on your computer. More →

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Stop Automatic Windows 10 Upgrades

Stop automatic Windows 10 upgrades without installing any extra software

By on January 14, 2016 at 3:45 PM.

Stop automatic Windows 10 upgrades without installing any extra software

It’s a new year, but that doesn’t mean Microsoft is giving up on converting all of its users to Windows 10. In fact, the notifications are as pesky as ever, but thankfully, there is a way to block the upgrade once and for all. More →

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Endless Mini: $79 Desktop PC

This $79 desktop computer comes preloaded with a huge chunk of the Internet

By on January 8, 2016 at 5:20 PM.

This $79 desktop computer comes preloaded with a huge chunk of the Internet

Tiny, affordable computers are a dime a dozen in 2016, but each has its own unique draw. There’s a PC the size of a power adapter from Quanta, a USB PC-on-a-stick from Lucoms and now a PC that comes preloaded with the Internet from Endless Mobile.

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Razer Blade Stealth Core

Razer Blade Stealth: A sleek ultrabook by day becomes a powerful gaming rig at night

By on January 6, 2016 at 9:15 PM.

Razer Blade Stealth: A sleek ultrabook by day becomes a powerful gaming rig at night

Remember these three words, PC gamers: Blade Stealth and Core. Razer announced at CES 2016 the kind of product many PC gamers may have been waiting for, a powerful and ultraportable laptop that can be transformed into a fantastic gaming rig once the work day is over. It accomplishes the feat with help of a clever accessory.

Picture this: you unplug the Blade Stealth in the morning and head on to work, using the machine as your dedicated Windows 10 work laptop. But when you get back home, you simply connect it to its Core and get on with your PC gaming session. At least that’s what Razer seems to promise, a new kind of gaming laptop that should satisfy the needs of modern gamers who aren’t using Xbox or PlayStation to get their gaming fixes. More →

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Microsoft Windows 10 Spying

Microsoft shows off just how much data it’s collecting from Windows 10 users

By on January 5, 2016 at 10:30 PM.

Microsoft shows off just how much data it’s collecting from Windows 10 users

Despite its continued insistence that Windows 10 isn’t spying on anyone, Microsoft has done little to convince the majority of concerned users that its latest operating system isn’t taking more data than it needs.

In order to reinforce its claim, Microsoft updated its privacy policy to clarify how and when the OS utilizes user data, but the company took two steps back this week when it published an enthusiastic blog post filled with data mined from users. More →

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