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Surface Studio 2: what we want to see

Microsoft shook the globe when it unveiled its first-ever desktop PC in late 2016 with the Surface Studio, but, two years later we’re drooling yet again over the prospect of the sequel.Just think about it – a Surface Studio with more powerful components, a sharper screen and the latest i...

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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X gets overclocked to break the 6GHz barrier

AMD has unleashed its Ryzen 2nd Generation processors to much acclaim, and overclockers have already been pushing the new flagship model, with the 6GHz barrier now having been broken (following a 5.884GHz overclock earlier this week).Expert overclockers Der8auer and Neo took the Ryzen 7 2700X, which...

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Here's how a printer could bankrupt your business

By the time you will read this article, the deadline for the European General Data Protection Regulation (otherwise known as GDPR) to kick in will be just over five weeks away and for companies all over the land, that means making sure personal information and data that they have collected is not on...

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Apple users don't want macOS and iOS merged, Tim Cook says

Apple CEO Tim Cook wants to politely squash any rumors that Apple’s iOS and macOS operating systems will merge into one at some point in the future. Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald during Apple's Chicago New iPad for education event, Cook said he doesn’t think users want the two OS...

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Get Apple's first 12-inch MacBook for just $779 on Amazon today

If you want the cheapest way to get hold of an Apple laptop, then today is your lucky day. Amazon is selling the first 12-inch MacBook, as refurbished 2015 models, for just $779 to start.These Apple laptops are packing gorgeous Retina displays and 256GB solid-state drives (SSDs) paired with 8GB of R...

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YouTube channel claims Apple is refusing to fix its broken iMac Pro

The iMac Pro is an excellent, yet very expensive, professional-grade workstation PC, but it appears that if it gets broken, there's a possibility you'll have a hard time getting Apple to repair it.Popular YouTube channel, Linus Tech Tips, has posted a video (which you can view below), which claims t...

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Capture One makes batch editing and presets faster with latest update

Capture One 11.1 speeds up workflow when using styles or presets, Phase One says. The update enhances a handful of tools while expanding camera support to eleven new models and another ten lenses. The update is available April 19. The post Capture One makes batch editing and presets faster with late...

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Even Facebook is designing its own processors, says a new report

Facebook is reportedly designing its very own processor hardware so as to reduce reliance on partners like Intel and Qualcomm in its device efforts. The news comes via anonymous sources speaking to Bloomberg and apparent job listings.The outlet reports that Facebook is currently in the early stages...

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AMD hits back at Nvidia’s alleged ‘anti-competitive conditions’

AMD has taken Nvidia to task over the latter’s partner program for GeForce graphics cards, using a blog post to state that AMD is on the gamers’ side – and that it’s all for promoting freedom of choice in PC gaming – inferring that Nvidia isn’t.In case you missed...

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Windows 10 Redstone 4 may be named 'April 2018 Update' at launch

Perhaps all of the leaks and rumors surrounding the name of the next major Windows 10 update have affected Microsoft, as infamous leaker WalkingCat has found a new possible name.Currently known to the world as Windows 10 Redstone 4 (its internal condename), the public name of a Windows 10 revision h...


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