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Microsoft Will Begin Replacing Microsoft Edge With Its Chromium-based Browser Next Week
10th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Beginning Wednesday, the era of the “traditional” Microsoft Edge will come to an end—for consumers, anyway.Microsoft said in November that the new Chromium-based Edge would begin replacing the “traditional” Edge, which uses Microsoft’s...
This Firefox Vulnerability Is So Bad, The U.S. Government Is Urging Users To Patch It Immediately
10th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
We’re just 10 days into 2020, and already we have our first critical security flaw. It comes from Mozilla’s popular Firefox browser, and it’s so dangerous, the Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is...
Nanoleaf’s New Unified Light Panels Will Feature Sturdier Connectors
10th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
The upcoming Unified Hexagon light panels, which are due this summer, will also boast new snap-on mounting plates.
A Huge Battery, Teeny Fan Blades, And Other Cool Features Adorn MSIs GS66 Stealth And GE66 Raider
10th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
We always like to see what dedicated gaming PC maker MSI is up to, and CES is a great place to do that. We got a closer look at the upcoming MSI GS66 Stealth and GE66 Raider laptops at the show. MSI couldn’t say exactly when these laptops...
CES 2020: 8 Exciting Android Announcements You Might Have Missed
10th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Another year, another CES in the books. Once again, the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center were filled with folding PCs, helpful smart home gadgets, and futuristic AI dreams. But among all the hype that may or may not ship, we found...
CES 2020: The Chips, Laptops, And Badass Gear PC Enthusiasts Need To Know About
10th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Another CES is in the books, and this time around, the annual techstravaganza served as a harbinger for the disruption aimed at PCs in 2020. Things are about to get funky, friends.AMD opened a new front in the war against Intel, Intel fired...
TP-Link Revs Its Mesh Wi-Fi Router Lineup To Wi-Fi 6, But Leaves Zigbee Behind
10th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
TP-Link is showing three new mesh Wi-Fi routers at CES. Each model in the good, better, best Deco lineup is based on Wi-Fi 6 (aka IEEE 802.11ax), but none of them have the integrated Zigbee smart home hub that TP-Link brought to market...
Attention! Microsoft Teams Will Add Push-to-talk Walkie Talkie Feature
9th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Microsoft Teams will preview a push-to-talk “Walkie Talkie” feature later this year, giving managers an easy—or perhaps annoying—way to reach employees and coworkers.Push-to-talk has been one of those communications features that...
Project Snowblind CL From IBuypower Could Make Custom Loop Cooling Easier And Cheaper
9th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Custom loop cooling for CPUs and GPUs in a pre-built PC has long been recognized to be more beautiful, more efficient—and more expensive.iBuypower’s Project Snowblind CL plans may change all that. It turns what is normally a five-hour...
As Microsoft Kills Off Its Remix3D 3D Art Repository Tomorrow, Lets Hope That Magic Select Survives
9th Jan 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Editors Note: This story was originally published on July 10. Microsoft said Thursday that the Remix3D.com online repository will shut down on Friday, Jan. 10. This story has been slightly edited to reflect that.Microsoft has scheduled...
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