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Google Recalls Its 2FA Bluetooth Titan Security Key After Security Flaw Discovered
15th May 2019 [11 days ago] from PCWorld
If you use one of Google’s Titan Security Keys for two-factor authentication, you probably think your account was as secure as it can be. On its website, in fact, Google promises that Titan Security Keys “are the same level of security...
The Full Nerd Ep. 93: AMD Ryzen 3000 And Radeon Navi Rumors, Computex Predictions, Q&A
15th May 2019 [11 days ago] from PCWorld
In this episode of The Full Nerd, Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Alaina Yee, and Adam Patrick Murray dig into whether a recent flurry of rumors carry any weight ahead of Computex.No, we don’t dig into rumors often, and you always want...
Windows 10s Latest Insider Preview Gives Task Manager A Simple, Stellar Storage Enhancement
15th May 2019 [11 days ago] from PCWorld
On Wednesday, Windows Insider preview build 18898 revealed a small but exciting Task Manager improvement coming to a future version of Windows 10: The Performance tab will tell you if a disk is a solid-state drive or a slower mechanical...
SanDisks Pint-sized, Big Capacity 400GB MicroSD Card Only Costs $57 Right Now
15th May 2019 [12 days ago] from PCWorld
Adding some extra space to your phone, camera, or tablet can save you from the annoyance of getting an “Out of space” notification, and today, you don’t have to break the bank supercharge your storage. You can grab a 400GB SanDisk...
Save $265 On A Three-year Subscription To GlassWire Elite
15th May 2019 [12 days ago] from PCWorld
Few things are as frustrating as a malware infection. So keep your PC free from unwanted threats — and save over $265 at the same time — with a three-year subscription to GlassWire Elite.GlassWire is a firewall and PC monitoring system...
Intel: You Dont Need To Disable Hyper-Threading To Protect Against The ZombieLoad CPU Exploit
15th May 2019 [12 days ago] from PCWorld
If you’re in a panic to figure out how to turn off Intel’s Hyper-Threading feature to prevent ZombieLoad, the latest Spectre-like CPU security exploit, then take a deep breath—Intel’s official guidance does not actually recommend...
The Best Budget Computer Speakers: Surprisingly Sound Choices For $100 Or Less
14th May 2019 [12 days ago] from PCWorld
Your laptop’s built-in speakers aren’t doing any favors for the gigs and gigs of music and movies on your hard drive. Even the best ones can leave your audio sounding thin and lifeless. External PC speakers—along with a good set of...
Microsoft Issues A Rare Windows XP Patch To Combat A Virulent WannaCry-like Exploit In Older OS Versions
14th May 2019 [12 days ago] from PCWorld
Windows XP may be dead, but Microsoft refuses to leave it to the worms.Today, the company warned users to apply a critical patch for a remote code execution vulnerability that could open older versions of Windows to attack. Common-sense...
AmazonBasics Computer Speakers, USB Powered Review: These Budget Speakers Are A Sound Savings
14th May 2019 [12 days ago] from PCWorld
How low can you go in price and still get a quality set of computer speakers? That’s the question Amazon effectively poses with each set of its AmazonBasics speakers. We may have found the answer with these USB-powered 2.0 computers speakers,...
AmazonBasics USB-Powered Computer Speakers With Dynamic Sound Review: Balanced Sound For A Budget Price
14th May 2019 [12 days ago] from PCWorld
PC speakers typically prove the maxim “you get what you pay for.” The trade-off for saving a few sawbucks is often shoddy construction, generic design, and subpar sound. AmazonBasics USB-Powered Computer Speakers with Dynamic Sound...
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