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Ring Indoor Cam Review: There Are Less-expensive Cameras, But None That Belong To Such A Broad Ecosystem
17th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
The smart home market is awash in cheap security cameras, but the Ring Indoor Cam is one of the few that can be integrated into a security system thats as comprehensive as Rings.
What To Expect In Microsofts New Windows 10 May 2020 Update Release, Due Soon
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Now known as the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, what was formally called Windows 10 20H1 (version 2004) looks like it’ll finally be giving Windows users something to talk about. Using Microsofts Insider builds as a guide, you can expect...
Windows 10 May 2020 Update Review: Microsoft Boosts Linux And Your Phone, But Cortana Slips Hard
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Our review of Microsoft’s Windows 10 20H1 update—also known as version 2004, or the Windows 10 May 2020 Update—shows an OS focused primarily on building out existing features, rather than launching new ones. Some scaffolding is still...
Microsoft Announces The Windows 10 May 2020 Update, The Next Windows For Your PC
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Meet Microsoft’s Windows 10 May 2020 Update. On Thursday, Microsoft said the latest iteration of Windows 10—known informally as Windows 10 20H1 or version 2004—has reached what Microsoft is calling its final build of the cycle, Build...
9 New IPhone SE Tips And Tidbits You Need To Know Before You Buy
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
The iPhone SE has the body of an iPhone 8 with the brains of an iPhone 11, but there are some things you might not know.
Crytek Announces Crysis Remaster Releasing This Summer
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
“Can it run Crysis?” has been a PC-building meme for over a decade now, but once upon a time it was a legitimate question. When Crysis released in 2007, very few PCs could run it, and even fewer could run it well. The game itself was...
How To Use Snap Camera To Transform Yourself In Zoom, Skype, And Teams Calls
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Creating a funny Zoom background is so March, 2020. Instead, it’s time for the new hotness: Dress up as a virtual pirate, a potato, or a slice of pizza! It’s all available with Snap Camera and its photo filters for your next video...
Report: Sony PlayStation 5 Could Be Sold In Limited Quantities Early On
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Bloomberg reports that the upcoming Sony PlayStation 5 could be sold in limited quantities, due to its price and economic concerns with the coronavirus.
The Full Nerd Ep. 135: Intel Comet Lake H And Ghost Canyon NUC Reviews, Ray Traced Minecraft
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
In this episode of The Full Nerd, Gordon Ung, Brad Chacos, Alaina Yee, and Adam Patrick Murray review the next-gen Intel laptop chips and NUC mini-PCs released this week, then talk about what to expect from the beta version of Minecraft...
Tested: Minecraft Showcases The Beauty Of Ray Tracing—and Nvidias DLSS 2.0
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from PCWorld
The day has finally come. On Thursday, after an endless drip of teases, Minecraft for Windows 10 is rolling out a beta that adds support for real-time ray tracing and Nvidia’s faster, better Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) 2.0 technology....
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