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The First USB4 Products Are Here: What To Know, What To Buy
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
The first USB4 products have begun to ship, almost a year after the specification was released. The initial products will include external storage devices, USB docks, and more, executives at the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) told PCWorld.Although...
EZVIZ Smart Plug Reviews: The T30-10A And T30-10B Tell Us EZVIZ Is Better At Building Security Cameras Than Smart Plugs
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
These app for controlling these generic-plus Wi-Fi smart home devices need more polish before we can fully recommend either of them.
Wyze Bulb Color Review: Wyzes First Color Smart Bulb Is This Close To Being Our Favorite
10th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Wyze’s color smart bulb packs in impressive features given its price range, although some aren’t quite fully baked.
Surface Laptop 4 Leaks Suggest A Mix Of AMD And Intel CPUs
9th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Were starting to see leaks about Microsoft’s Surface Laptop 4, which is rumored to be launching in the spring. A new report says both the 13.5-inch and 15-inch Surface Laptop 4 versions will offer AMD’s Ryzen processors, though they...
Google Is Working To Solve The Chromebooks Support Problem
9th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
PCs have no expiration date. Chromebooks do. However, executives at Google said Tuesday that they’re working with Chromebook makers to ensure that you won’t end up buying a Chromebook that will go out of support anytime soon.During...
Google Chrome OS Adds A Phone Hub, Nearby Share, And Tote Files
9th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Chrome OS and Chromebooks turned 10 on Tuesday, and to celebrate, Google has announced several new features as part of the Chrome OS M89 release, including a Phone Hub, better screen sharing, and more. Many may feel familiar to Windows...
Samsung 980 NVMe SSD Review: Low-ball Pricing, Light-duty Performance
9th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
The Samsung 980 NVMe SSD may share a naming convention with its cousin, the 980 Pro, but the company may cause some confusion by associating the two. The mighty Samsung 980 Pro is the fastest end-user NVMe SSD we’ve ever tested under...
Harman Kardon’s Invoke, The Last Cortana Smart Speaker, Will Ditch Cortana
9th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
An upcoming update will erase Cortana from Harman Kardon’s smart speaker, marking the end of an era for Microsoft’s would-be smart home platform.
Fitbit Rolls Out Higher-priced Ace 3 Kids Tracker With Longer Battery Life
9th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Fitbit has updated its Ace kids tracker with more faces and longer battery life.
CorelDraw Graphics Suite 2021 Makes Life Easier For Artists Working Remotely
9th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
With so many companies working remotely during this pandemic, and so many think pieces talking about how work life will never be the same, Corel’s Draw Graphics suite is rising to the occasion. The company announced its 2021 update for...
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