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Intel Tells Us More About Tremont, The Atom Core Inside The Surface Neo And Lakefield Chip
24th Oct 2019 [29 days ago] from PCWorld
Intel has formally unveiled Tremont, its next-generation Atom processor core and one half of the processor duo that will make up Lakefield and power Microsoft’s upcoming Surface Neo. The company is describing the Tremont design in detail...
Apple TV App Lands On Select Amazon Fire TV Devices Ahead Of Apple TV+ Launch
24th Oct 2019 [29 days ago] from PCWorld
Apple continues its push to get Apple TV+ everywhere with the launch of the Apple TV app on Amazon Fire TV devices.
Photo Editing Basics: 6 Tips For Polishing And Perfecting Finished Images
24th Oct 2019 [29 days ago] from PCWorld
You have many choices among photo editing software programs, whether it’s Adobe Photoshop, Corel Painter, Paintshop Pro, GIMP.net, and more—all of which now have very similar feature sets. These basic photo editing tips will help you...
Google Nest Hub Max Review: This Surprisingly Svelte Smart Display Is A Great Cook’s Companion
24th Oct 2019 [29 days ago] from PCWorld
Capable of controlling your smart home gadgets while showing off your photos in style, the Nest Hub Max boasts robust sound and even a Nest camera.
Google Pixel 4 XL Review: Half Great, Half-baked
24th Oct 2019 [29 days ago] from PCWorld
The Google Pixel 4 XL can lay claim to the only real smartphone breakthrough of the year: a shrunken radar chip that’s so advanced it can detect when you reach for your phone so you’ll never have to stare at a blank screen.It’s a...
Fallout 76 Adds $100 Yearly Subscription For Private Servers And Crucial Game Improvements
23rd Oct 2019 [30 days ago] from PCWorld
Fallout 76 continues to blur the line between “Regular Ol’ Fallout Game” and “MMO” in ways I find vaguely uncomfortable. Today it reached its apotheosis as Bethesda announced a new (and expensive) subscription option for people...
SK Hynix Gold S31 Review: A Great SATA SSD From The Largest Vendor Youve Likely Never Heard Of
23rd Oct 2019 [one month ago] from PCWorld
While you may never have heard of SK Hynix (nee Hyundai) , it’s one of the largest semiconductor manufacturers on the planet. The company has been developing NAND and controller technology since the get-go, and while it’s been the SSD...
Eufy Video Doorbell (model T8200) Review: Make Sure You Know What This Inexpensive Ring Competitor Cant Do
23rd Oct 2019 [one month ago] from PCWorld
This is a very good product, but it relies on your existing doorbell wiring and it lacks any hooks into any broader smart home system.
Logitech Z337 Speaker System With Bluetooth Review: Good Sound And Great Connectivity
22nd Oct 2019 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Logitech’s Z337 speaker system is a welcome sight for anyone who yearns for the flexibility to punch up audio from their PC and mobile device without having to constantly swap one out for the other. While it’s getting easier to find...
Windows 10s Game Bar Adds A FPS Frame Rate Counter For Your Games
22nd Oct 2019 [one month ago] from PCWorld
At long last, Microsoft’s Game Bar overlay for Windows finally shows how many frames per second (FPS) your game is running at, as well as the ability to track Xbox Achievements.As part of what Microsoft now calls the October 2019 Game...
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