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HP Spectre x2 (2017) Review & Rating

[ad_1] The HP Spectre x2 (starts at $1,149.99; $1,299.99 as tested) is a high-end 2-in-1 detachable-hybrid tablet that has the power and screen quality to challenge similarly outfitted, higher-priced competitors like the Editors’ Choice Microsoft Surface Pro. It’s no secret that PC makers like Dell, HP, and Lenovo have tried to crib the design of the Surface Pro, and the Spectre x2 comes close to that benchmark. In the end, though, this Spectre is a welcome improvement over the 2015…

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Best free software downloads for your laptop

[ad_1] By Matt Egan & Christina Mercer | Jun 22, 2017 Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus Have a laptop for work and want to get more out of it? Strapped for cash? You’re hardly alone. We’ve experienced the frustration of trying to keep data secure, synchronised with your other devices, diminishing battery life and collaborating with colleagues. But we’ve found help, and it’s all free. Here are some no cost pieces of downloadable software that will solve your security, productivity, synchronisation,…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8: My first week with a nearly perfect smartphone

[ad_1] After spending a couple hours with a Galaxy Note 8 at a briefing in San Francisco I sold my S8 Plus on Swappa and ordered my own Note 8 from T-Mobile. With a week of time under my belt using a review Note 8, I’m convinced the purchase was the right move and look forward to further exploration of the Note 8. ZDNet’s Jason Cipriani posted a full review of the Note 8 and concluded it is a worthy…

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Escape Your Commute With the Gorgeous Monument Valley 2 | News & Opinion

[ad_1] Weary commuters and bored college students play some games to pass the time (ahem, Candy Crush Saga), but there are other games, like Monument Valley, that make people wish they had more time to play. The Floodlight Cam uses the same iOS and Android mobile app as other Ring devices and can be accessed and managed from a PC using the web console as well. The beautiful graphics and fanciful storyline of Monument Valley get a reprise in the…

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Alternatives to LoveFilm DVD-by-mail subscription UK: Cinema Paradiso

[ad_1] Users of Amazon’s popular LoveFilm DVD postal service were shocked to learn that it is closing down at the end of October 2017. What are the UK alternatives to LoveFilm, and which should you switch to? We test the very similar Cinema Paradiso disc subscription service to see if LoveFilm users should switch. LoveFilm is/was a DVD-by-mail subscription service that rented out physical discs of movies and TV boxsets – sent to and from the user by pre-paid post.…

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Akasa Launches Raspberry Pi Case With Thermal Kit | News & Opinion

[ad_1] The Raspberry Pi 3 is known to be capable of running at burning hot temperatures, making this case well worth considering. The Raspberry Pi is a very cheap single board computer, with the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B costing just $35. However, you need a number of other parts in order for it to function as a PC, including cables, keyboard, mouse, storage, and a case. The case certainly isn’t mandatory, but the Pi 3 can run quite hot…

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Acer Aspire 5 Review & Rating

[ad_1] There’s a lot to like about the Acer Aspire 5 (starts at $399, $629 as tested). You get a 15.6-inch low-cost desktop-replacement laptop with a peppy Intel Core i5 processor, a generous 12GB of memory, a 128GB solid-state drive as well as a 1TB hard drive, and USB-C and Ethernet ports. The Acer’s performance in our benchmark tests was sprightly, and its stamina in our battery-life test was downright impressive (nearly 12 hours). So are we recommending it? Not…

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How to set network connection priority on a Mac

[ad_1] With different networking options available—ethernet, Wi-Fi, iPhone tethering, etc.—you may find yourself in a situation where you want your Mac to automatically select one type of connection over another. A Macworld reader finds themselves in that exact situation. I’d like to connect to my grandma’s Wi-Fi connection so that I can use her printer. However, her internet connection is as slow as molasses, so I want to simultaneously use my iPhone’s tethering capability (via USB or Bluetooth, of course)…

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Essential Phone hands on review

[ad_1] Update: We’re still running some battery tests and getting comfortable with the 360-degree accessory, but we’ve added some final impressions of the Essential Phone running the latest software and have posted some more photo samples. Stay tuned for a final scoring.  For a brand with no track record of making smartphones, the Essential Phone is an intriguing first attempt.  It’s going for the long game by offering a phone that, in theory, doesn’t have to be tossed aside, trashed…

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An App Lets You Share NYC Taxi Rides For a Discount | News & Opinion

[ad_1] Riders willing to share their journeys with another passenger will get up to 40 percent off their fare when using the Via or Get taxi apps in New York City. June 6, 2017 7:52PM EST June 6, 2017 The interior of a yellow cab is one of the few places you can go to isolate yourself from the crush of humanity in midtown Manhattan, but you might soon rub elbows with strangers even in that sanctuary, thanks to a…

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​Australian SMEs consider antivirus software sufficient defence: MYOB

[ad_1] A study by accounting software firm MYOB has found that 87 percent of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Australia consider their business to be safe from cyber attacks, mainly because they use antivirus software. According to the MYOB SME Snapshot survey, 10 percent of the SMEs surveyed said they do not consider themselves safe from cyber attack. MYOB said that many of those who feel unprotected lack security planning, while others feel they are simply more exposed due…

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How to Preserve Vintage Electronics

[ad_1] Tips from a collector with 25 years of experience on slowing inevitable decay. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. My name is Benj Edwards, and I am a journalist who specializes in technology history. To inform me in my quest to understand and preserve historical electronic devices, I have been collecting computers and video game consoles for almost a quarter century. In the process of dealing…

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HP’s Omen X Laptop Is Designed to Be Overclocked | News & Opinion

[ad_1] Today, HP officially unveiled its laptop aimed at eSports competitive players and anyone who wants a very fast laptop they can easily overclock to go even faster. It’s called the HP Omen X, and it’s a 17.3-inch laptop that’s going to cost you at least $1,799.99. HP states this is the company’s most powerful gaming laptop yet, and it’s hard to argue with that. Inside you’ll find a 7th gen Intel Core processor including Core i7 options. DDR4 memory…

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How—and why—you should use a VPN any time you hop on the internet

[ad_1] Updated 7/6/17 to include recommendations for VPN services and links to full reviews of top products. One of the most important skills any computer user should have is the ability to use a virtual private network (VPN) to protect their privacy. A VPN is typically a paid service that keeps your web browsing secure and private over public Wi-Fi hotspots. VPNs can also get past regional restrictions for video- and music-streaming sites and help you evade government censorship restrictions—though…

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Skullcandy Jib Wireless Review & Rating

[ad_1] Not every pair of earphones needs to break new ground, and the Skullcandy Jib Wireless keeps things simple—there are no bells and whistles here. For $34.99, all that really matters is audio performance, and the Jib Wireless packs some surprisingly serious bass response. The sound signature is quite sculpted, but it’s an excellent value for the price, and our Editors’ Choice for low-cost Bluetooth earphones. Design The Jib Wireless has a very thin, cappellini-esque black cable and either black,…

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Adobe Scan (for iPhone) Review & Rating

[ad_1] Sometimes you have a piece of paper that you need to get into digital form. Maybe you don’t have a scanner handy. Never fear! That’s where Adobe Scan, a newly released mobile scanning app, comes in. The app can not only produce a PDF using your smartphone camera, but it can also apply optical-character recognition (OCR) to the scanned image so that you can edit its text. I found Adobe Scan to be generally impressive, though there are alternatives…

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