Apple Gearing Up To Launch 16-inch MacBook Pro Later This Year

Ever since Apple decided to kill off the 17-inch MacBook Pro, the 15-inch model was pretty much the largest model that you could get. However, as some of you might have heard, Apple could be working on a new 16-inch model that could be launching later this year, a rumor which seems to be backed up by a new report from Bloomberg.


Chrome Will Soon Be Able To Tell You If Your Passwords Have Been Compromised

These days, the number of data breaches that we’re hearing about seems to be on the rise, showing us that maybe it is time to retire the password or at least enhance it with added security like 2FA. We imagine that it could be a while before an alternative to the password becomes a thing, but in the meantime, Google wants to help.


Dell XPS 13 Gets Intel’s New Gen-10 Processor

#IFA19 Just in time for IFA 2019, Dell is updating its award-winning XPS 13 ultramobile laptop with Intel’s latest 10th generation processor, including a 6-cores Core i7 option.


You Can Now Beta Test Microsoft’s Chromium Edge Browser

While variety and having options is usually a good thing, this can also sometimes create problems. For example, there are different browsers in the market today but they are all built differently, which means that when it comes to compatibility, there are certain things that will work for some browsers and certain things that won’t.


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Dell G5 Gaming Desktop: Compact and Powerful

At Gamescon, Dell launched the Dell G5 Gaming Desktop, a small but potentially powerful gaming tower. It’s the first computer from the new Dell G-Series.


Alienware 55 OLED Gaming Monitor: An Awesome First

We had a first look at the new Dell / Alienware 55-inch OLED Gaming Monitor, and we came away impressed with this world’s first.


Chrome Will Soon Stop Supporting FTP Connections

We’re not sure how many of you might remember, but back in the day, FTP servers were a popular way to host files online as well as to download them. These days, file hosting and downloading is done in a completely different manner, which is why it’s not surprising that Google has ultimately decided that they will soon stop supporting FTP connections in Chrome.


Latest Chrome OS Update Brings Support For Virtual Desktops

Google’s Chrome OS has typically been viewed as a less comprehensive operating system, at least when compared to the likes of Windows or macOS. However, over the years, Google has been making improvements and changes to Chrome OS to make it more functional than ever, and the latest update could be of interest to some.


Microsoft Says Humans Will Continue To Transcribe Cortana And Skype Audio

Recently there have been reports about how big tech companies such as Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook have actually been taking our audio recordings made through digital assistants and having them analyzed and transcribed by outside contractors. According to the companies, this was done in a bid to improve on the overall quality and accuracy of their products.


How To Completely Erase An SSD With WipeDrive

After 5 years of typing up class papers and worksheets for your first job, the laptop you got your sophomore year of college is now slow and you’ve just purchased its replacement.  The new laptop is fast and can handle all the programs you need to run for your job but what do you do with your old laptop?The old laptop has tax information, personal photos, videos, logins, that are […]


Microsoft Drops Office 2019 From Its ‘Home Use Program’, Now Requires A Subscription

These days we’re seeing more companies adopt the subscription model. This is because subscriptions ensure that the developers earn a steady stream of income, even if consumers aren’t using their software or services, kind of like paying for a gym membership that you never use.


iPad Pro Refresh Could Bring A Triple Camera Setup

When it comes to camera development, Apple typically reserves it for its iPhones. However, sometimes certain features do trickle down to the iPad, although admittedly no one really uses their iPads for photography. But if you do, then you might be interested in the latest rumor that suggests some serious upgrades are coming.


Apple Granted Patent For Face ID On Mac Computers

Face ID was introduced a couple of years ago to the iPhone X. It was later brought over to the iPad Pro, so the question is, when will it be brought over to the Mac? It does seem like quite a natural transition after all, and the good news is that Apple looks like they are exploring the idea as well.


How To Control Kodi Using Kodi Remote?

Kodi is an incredibly popular media server software which can run on just about anything (Raspberry Pi, Windows, Linux,  Android, and iOS). Using it as the entertainment center for your PC/TV is exciting but how do you control Kodi using a remote? Is there a specific Kodi remote? If yes, how do you enable using it?