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At NAB, Intel® demonstrated its Mini PC NUCs, outfitted with 7th-Gen Intel Core™ processors, which offer Intel 600-series Graphics technology for creating, editing, and sharing videos quickly. With 7th-Gen CPUs, this generation of NUCs supports Intel’s Optane Memory technology, which delivers SSD-like system speeds by utilizing an optional M.2 Intel Optane memory module along with a large-...
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I’ll be the first to admit that I was a bit late to the smart-home party. Having purchased my first Echo just a few months ago, I purposely watched this technology develop from the sidelines. Not because I didn’t have faith in its long-term viability, but because I knew that once I dipped my toe in the...
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Microsoft made it no secret that it wanted Windows 10 to give you a personalized experience. The company wanted you to get your local weather forecast without keying in your zip code, or have Cortana send an email or text on your behalf via voice input. Unfortunately, this means that Microsoft must collect a great deal of data on how you use your computer. If you’re uncomfortable with that, here...
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When it comes to mesh networking, coverage is king, and the TP-Link Deco M5 can blanket your home in high-speed Wi-Fi. A single Deco M5 unit can provide between 1,500 and 1,800 feet of dual-band wireless network coverage. Opt for the Deco M5 Three-Pack and you can expand your...
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I hate backing up. I do it, but I hate it. If you’re not running backups, you’re courting heartache. My cautionary tale: A few years ago, my brother and I were editing our first indie feature. Our data got corrupted. Nothing was backed up. We lost three months of post-production—the entire film. Starting from scratch nearly killed us. Don’t let it happen to you. Data loss is more than an...
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There are many reasons you may want to clear your browsing history, not all of which are X-rated (reminder: this is a family-friendly website). Maybe your browser keeps bringing up the URLs of old websites you no longer visit (sorry, MySpace). Or maybe your browser keeps auto-filling your old address instead of your current one into the shipping-address section. Sometimes, it’s good to start from...
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For most of us, cables and cords are a necessary component of everyday life: they supply power to our electronic devices, transmit data and signals, and facilitate communication. Yet, despite all the good they do, cables often prove to be somewhat of a nuisance, either as an eyesore or—in setups like mine—a hazard. The floor between the Internet router and my bedroom is essentially an intricate...
3 weeks ago
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Springtime is all about cleaning and, while you’re busy folding clothes, organizing drawers, and dusting shelves, your computer sits there quietly collecting even more dust. It’s easy to overlook cleaning your PC, but you shouldn’t put it off for too long. If left alone, a computer will slowly build up dust, which can impede airflow, resulting in higher temperatures and possibly hardware failure...
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Spring is here, and if you haven’t done your yearly cleaning yet, we can help you out. Read through our article below on how to get started compiling all your data. What we didn’t cover last year though, were physical documents such as pictures, contracts, love letters, and so on. For most users, a smartphone is enough. Place your document on a table with ample lighting and take a top-down...
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Building on the popularity of the EA9500 AC5400 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router, Linksys has introduced the EA9400 AC5000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router, offering many of the same features...
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Once a year—mostly during the spring season—we normally perform a set of cleaning tasks that streamlines our daily lives. This may include cleaning the home thoroughly to improve our health, tuning up the car to achieve better pep when stepping on the accelerator, and clearing out the garage or attic of junk to make more space. But what about our computer, this thing that we use most of our lives...
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Back in high school, I was sitting in the computer lab and looked over to see a classmate on a Santa-themed shopping website. I asked him what, exactly, he was doing there, and he waved me over. In a random fill-in box about halfway down the page, he put in a URL that was blocked by the school’s filtering system. Suddenly, the shopping site disappeared, replaced by the blocked page. Thus, I was...
1 month ago
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For those who are on the lookout for a new memory card reader that can accommodate multiple formats, as well USB Type-A media, look no further than Delkin Devices USB 3.0 Multi-Slot Memory Card Reader, which is equipped with three slots for transferring content simultaneously from...
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The most popular form factor of the iPad has received an upgrade from Apple. The 9.7" iPad now features an Apple A9 chip with 64-bit desktop-class architecture, which delivers fast processing and graphics performance for apps and games. The A9 chip is not only powerful, but also energy...
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Samsung has unveiled its newest premium tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3, and loaded it with features to appeal to media lovers and artists alike. Running Android 7.0 Nougat, the Tab S3 is powered by the Snapdragon 820 chipset with 2.15 GHz and 1.6 GHz processors, backed up by an Adreno 530...

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