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The gaming industry has definitely experienced its highs and lows throughout the years, but the most encouraging trend has been the acceptance that gaming has found in players from every walk of life. From executives to soccer moms to executive soccer moms; from kids to adults and back again, gaming is as ingrained in our culture as social media. But there are so many games out there that it’s...
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At Computex 2015, ASUS is giving users an exciting glimpse of some upcoming products, including the Zen AiO PC, the ProArt PA32Q 32" UHD monitor, the Transformer Book T100HA, the ZenWatch 2, and the ZenPad. The Zen All-In-One (AiO) PC will initially be released in two configurations. While both will be constructed of anodized aluminum, present a slim unibody shell, and an edge-to-edge glass...
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Whether you're a professional photographer, video editor, gamer, or someone who just wants to simplify their setup, Intel© has just made your life a little bit easier. At Computex 2015, Intel announced the arrival of Thunderbolt 3. With the ability to reach up to 40 Gb/s, Thunderbolt 3 doubles the speed of the previous generation, USB 3.1, and DisplayPort 1.2. With Thunderbolt 3, a single cable...
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Apple's WWDC 15 was all about software. With the introduction of Mac OS X El Capitan, iOS 9, watchOS 2, and Apple Music, Apple was focused on providing a better user experience for its already popular devices. Mac OS X El Capitan, which builds on last year's OS X Yosemite release, introduces enhancements to window management, built-in apps, and Spotlight search. Apple even switched the system...
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When is a door not a door? When it’s ajar. When is a tablet not a tablet? Never. A tablet is always a tablet, whether it’s a tablet that doubles as a phone (a phablet) or a tablet that doubles as a laptop (a hybrid, or 2-in-1). With so many tablets, and so many choices out there, how does a company differentiate its product? If you’re Samsung, the smart route is to reinvent the lineup you have,...
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With the release of the firmware v2.2, Panasonic’s wildly popular GH4 mirrorless camera gets what many shooters have been asking for—native anamorphic support. Since the early days of Panasonic’s GH series of cameras, owners have toyed around with anamorphic lenses and conversion lenses to capture ultra-wide cinematic images—...
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Experience the variety of ways you can immerse yourself in the ASUS PT2002-C1. Use it as a traditional all-in-one desktop computer or carry it around the house as a large tablet. Its 19.5" display features 1600 x 900 native resolution and supports the multi-touch gestures found in Windows 8.1. It also has a built-in four-cell battery so you can go completely mobile. The video will go into more...
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Intel steps up its game by introducing a new integrated graphics processor—code named Iris—which can be found on the company’s new batch of fifth-gen Intel core chips. This new GPU takes onboard graphics to a new level as it leverages up to 48 execution units and 128MB of embedded DRAM on an LGA desktop chip. You’ll benefit from improved media performance, including enhanced 4K support, smoother...
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Experience the variety of ways you can experience the Acer Aspire Switch 10. Use it as a traditional laptop or detach it from the keyboard to use it as a standalone tablet. Its 10.1" display features a 1200 x 800 native resolution and supports multi-touch gestures found in Windows 8.1. The video will go into more detail about the...
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On July 15, the world will come crashing to an end. Or so says Microsoft. That’s the date when Microsoft will officially stop support for Windows Server 2003. And how does that affect you? It will, in several different ways, but there is a solution available now that will help ease the pain. "Like Windows XP recently,...
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There was a time when Apple users got little love from third-party manufacturers. When the MacBook Pro was first released, there were only cases and sleeves to be found. That all changed with the advent of the iPad, and ever since, there has been a flood of accessories on which Apple users can feast. Part of the problem was the proprietary nature of Apple itself. It is not known for being the...
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Google I/O is the company’s largest show of the year. It is the big time. New operating systems. New hardware. Big, new ideas. This is the event many of us have been waiting for since, well, the last Google I/O. Or at least, that’s the idea. This year’s keynote speech, given by Google Senior VP and head of Android, Sundar Pichai, with the help of brilliant minds from across the company, was...
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The new Force Touch trackpad is so popular with the just-released line of new MacBook and MacBook Air that Apple has decided to grace the 15" MacBook Pro line, as well with Force Touch trackpads. Just announced, and available soon at B&H, the 15" MacBook Pro with Retina Display will not only have Force Touch, but the model will also be updated with faster flash storage and include...
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So, you want a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 but you can’t justify the hefty price tag? I hear you, brothers and sisters. We want the smooth look, the flexibility of a tablet that can double as a laptop and the perks and refinements that made the Surface Pro 3 one of the most sought-after tablets this year. Microsoft heard you,...
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