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mercredi 21 février 2018
16:44Nest Cam IQ review: Lots of exciting features, but the price tag...
The latest security camera from Nest Labs is super powerful (and super expensive).
16:00Hands on: Blade's Shadow cloud gaming service can be a bumpy ride
In a normal year, Blade’s Shadow cloud-gaming service might seem superfluous: Do you really need to stream games to your PC as components quickly drop in price? But that was before today’s cryptocurrency miners began snapping up GPUs left and right. Now, the Shadow service is something of an option for leasing a pricey GPU, rather than buying one. ...
13:28The Full Nerd episode 41: Nvidia rumors, Spectre updates, and will...
In this episode of the Full Nerd, the crew mulls whether Ryzen APUs even matter, pick apart the Nvidia Volta / Ampere / Turing / Kardassian rumors, and update you on Meltdown and Spectre.Gordon Mah Ung, Brad Chacos, Alaina Yee, and Adam Patrick Murray kick things off by talking about AMD’s hot new Ryzen APUs and whether they’ll even be relevant if graphics card prices settle down. ...
12:27How to create an insane multiple monitor setup with three, four, or...
By now, a dual-monitor setup has become commonplace. Multitasking on a single screen is just way too confining. But why stop at two displays?  I can speak from experience: Having multiple monitors (and I’m talking three, four, five, or even six) is just…awesome, and something you totally need in your life. ...
10:00Intel ships new Spectre patches: Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake now, Sandy...
Intel said Tuesday afternoon that it’s shipped updated patches to mitigate the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities for Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake Core processors, plus additional Skylake chips. Intel’s patch roadmap also indicates that beta patches for Broadwell, Haswell, and Ivy Bridge-based PCs are in the works. ...
mardi 20 février 2018
20:22The 500GB Samsung 960 Evo is at its cheapest price yet
Today's a great day for a deal on some crazy fast SSD storage. Amazon, B&H Photo, and Newegg are all selling the 500GB Samsung 960 Evo NVMe M.2 module for $200.The 960 Evo features V-NAND flash memory, sequential read speeds up to 3,200MB/s, and write speeds up to 1,900MB/s. We didn't review the consumer-grade Evo variant of this drive, but we did review the Samsung 960 Pro and loved it. ...
14:11Samsung's 30TB SSD crams massive capacity into an ultra-fast 2.5-inch...
The solid-state drive pictured above may look like any other, but don’t be fooled: Samsung’s PM1643 crams a staggering 30.72 terabytes of storage into the traditional 2.5-inch SSD form factor. That’s enough room for 5,700 full HD movies, Samsung says. ...
13:17Save Hundreds On The Lifetime MCSA Windows Server 2016 Bundle
As any IT professional will tell you, certifications are essential for climbing the career ladder. The MCSA: Windows Server 2016 certification demonstrates an individual's ability to administer networks and reduce IT costs, which can open the door to a high-paid position as a network or computer systems administrator, or computer network specialist. ...
12:59Get a 299-Piece All-Purpose First Aid Kit For $12 Today
This full-fledged, easy-to-tote first aid softpack is designed to save time and frustration in the midst of an emergency. It's compact and portable, but contains 299 physician-recommended supplies. ...
12:09$27 For Two Etekcity Smart Plugs With Alexa Compatibility - Deal Alert
With this smart plug from Etekcity, you can turn your appliances on/off remotely from your mobile device, or with your voice via Alexa. Or automate the on/off cycle with a schedule. The plug also monitors and helps control energy usage, and the slow drain that occurs even when devices are powered down. Rated 4. ...
11:00Ivacy VPN review: A competent VPN that doesn't mind cryptocurrencies
Ivacy in brief:P2P allowed: YesBusiness location: SingaporeNumber of servers: 459+*Number of country locations: 55Cost: $40 (billed annually)VPN protocol: IKEv2 (default)Data encryption: AES-256-CBCData authentication: MS-Chap v2Handshake Encryption: SHA-II* Includes virtual server locationsWhen you look at VPN services for regular users, you don’t often see purpose-based server ...
09:05The best video editing software: Reviews, buying advice, and more
Video editing software ranges from free versions that are pretty bare-bones to feature-packed prosumer versions. Indeed, they vary as much as the reasons why people take up video editing—whether to make home videos, to become YouTube stars, to create VR experiences, and more. ...
08:29Cyberlink PowerDirector 16 Ultra review: Ahead of the pack, especially ...
Cyberlink PowerDirector 16 Ultra is a prosumer video editor that aims to bring every feature under the sun, including multiple versions of the proverbial  kitchen sink, to a video editor that is accessible and affordable. It’s largely successful—there’s nothing else in this price range that brings you this many well-implemented features. Accessibility is where it falls a little short. ...
08:25Magix Vegas Pro 15 review: Major overhaul makes it one of the best
Vegas Pro 15 represents a major overhaul of the software that was originally developed by Sony but taken over by Magix. The company’s first post-sale version 14 in 2016 fixed many compatibility issues and bugs neglected by the prior owner.With Vegas Pro 15, the software is once more competitive with other prosumer video editing suites. ...
lundi 19 février 2018
13:57Age of Empires: Definitive Edition review: A classic remastered, but...
There are certain series where the question “Which one’s the best?î is difficult to answer. Ask someone what their favorite Civilization is for instance and you’re bound to start an argument. (It’s Civilization IV, by the way.) The same goes for Mario, Zelda, Final Fantasy, Fallout, Smash Bros. ...
11:00Zolo Liberty+ Truly Wireless Headphones review: Fantastic battery life ...
These earbuds have a long-lasting battery, but come up short on sound.
10:00Apption Labs Meater review: This smart thermometer changed the way I...
The Meater smart thermometer takes the guess work out of cooking meat and helps time cooks perfectly.
samedi 17 février 2018
20:30Entering year three, Rainbow Six Siege is still the only true...
It’s been over a year since I last played Rainbow Six Siege for any real length of time, and I regret it. Earlier this week I went to play the upcoming Rainbow Six Siege – Year Three content ($30 season pass on Amazon) at Ubisoft’s offices in San Francisco, and to be honest I’d be hard-pressed to talk about what’s new. ...
vendredi 16 février 2018
23:39Confirmed: AMD will loan chips to help with motherboard updates for...
If you can't get your shiny new Ryzen APU on the motherboard you bought last year, don't panic: AMD officials have confirmed that they will indeed ship you an older, dual-core chip to help you make it work.The problem relates to AMD's new Ryzen APU and how it interacts with older stocks of motherboards. ...
20:50Intel says it's been hit with 32 separate lawsuits over Spectre,...
Intel customers and shareholders are angry about Meltdown and Spectre—angry enough that a total of 32 suits have been filed against the company regarding the two vulnerabilities.In its annual report, filed Friday, Intel disclosed that 30 customer class-action suits have been filed against the company, plus two additional class-action suits by shareholders. ...
19:03Cortana's smart-home powers grow with IFTTT, Honeywell, Ecobee support
Microsoft's Cortana has added support for the IFTTT conditional platform plus a number of smart services, both helping bring Cortana more in line with competing services from Amazon and Google Home.
19:00This week in games: New THQ buys back old THQ, The Evil Within II adds ...
The biggest video game news this week is that Valve updated the format for Steam Wishlists—not because I care about Wishlists, but simply because Valve actually updated the Steam interface. Could this be the start of that large-scale overhaul we’ve heard has been coming for like, two years now? One can hope.In any case, plenty of other news this week too. ...
16:57Amazon has dropped $50 off the Ring Video Doorbell Pro
The Ring Video Doorbell Pro is $199 today on Amazon.
11:00VPN Unlimited review: Good speeds, but what's with that map?
VPN Unlimited in brief:P2P allowed: YesNumber of servers: 400+Business location: United States and UkraineNumber of country locations: 51Cost: $49.99KeepSolid’s VPN Unlimited is interesting. It’s a typical VPN service, to be sure, but the company appears to see it as one service in a larger toolkit. ...
10:00Evodesk XE Pro sit/stand desk review: A smart addition to any home...
A motorized lift and a plethora of customization options are the highlights of this inexpensive workstation.
jeudi 15 février 2018
23:30How to register your own domain name
One of the many reasons the internet is so powerful is because it gives nearly anyone the ability to share their voice and knowledge with the rest of the world. A particularly popular way to make yourself known is to set up a website. ...
17:00Essential Phone PH-1 review: Sorry, even limited-edition colors won't...
When Essential launched its inaugural handset, the PH-1, the hype was off the charts. Essential touted the edge-to-edge design, modular magnetic accessories, and near-stock home screen and apps. The only problem was the phone didn’t live up to any of it. It arrived more than a month late. The accessories were limited to a single high-priced camera. ...
14:36Don't panic about the new 'Prime' Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits
The news sounds bad at first blush: Researchers from Nvidia and Princeton University have discovered fresh ways to exploit the Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities present in every modern computer processor. ...
14:14Save Hundreds On Lifetime Access To 9,500 Hours Of Tech Training...
For many of us, learning new skills involves going back to school and sinking hundreds of hours—and thousands of dollars—into traditional courses. But, this isn't the only option out there. The Complete eduCBA Professional Training Bundle lets you bolster your understanding of in-demand fields, like app development and project management, on your own time and for a fraction of the cost. ...
13:00Samsung Notebook 7 Spin review: A solid 8th-gen 2-in-1 with plenty of...
Samsung's Notebook 7 Spin is not the fastest quad-core convertible to harness Intel's game-changing 8th-generation CPU, but the midrange laptop proves that speed isn't everything. Boasting a gorgeous 13-inch touch display, solid quad-core performance and—best of all—impressive battery life, the Spin should please budget-conscious laptop shoppers who value stamina over sheer speed. ...
12:00SnapPower USB Charger 2 review: Double the USB ports and (sort of)...
This outlet cover lets you charge two devices at once, or one device twice as fast as the original.
10:30How to roll your own VPN on Windows
A virtual private network (VPN) service is a good way to secure your web traffic and keep it private from snoops like a nosy internet service provider or passive government surveillance. One problem with VPN services, however, is that you have to implicitly trust that your VPN provider isn’t doing something shady such as monitoring the sites you visit. ...
10:00YouTube TV changes: Can TV streaming services learn to say no?
YouTube TV couldn't refuse Turner channels, hiking prices to bring them on board.
mercredi 14 février 2018
22:15How to watch international coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics
The 2018 Winter Olympics are in full swing, but watching online via NBC can be more pain than its worth. Fortunately, there are other ways of watching your favorite sports: You can use a VPN to view streams from Canada, Australia, and (for some), the United Kingdom, as long as you don't mind coverage not focused on American competitors. ...
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