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Wynd’s air purifier has broad ambitions and a short reach

By Brian Heater The Wynd smart air purifier is designed to create “bubbles” of fresh air — small, one-person respites from pollution, allergens and other detrimental particles floating in the ether. It feels almost dystopian, a world in which we’re required to arm ourselves against the air around us, but the product clearly struck a…


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Usenet Farm

By Nicholas Fearn If there’s one obvious pattern in the newsgroup industry, it’s that many of the leading providers are based in the Netherlands – and Usenet Farm is no different. The service is aimed at people who want a powerful yet affordable offering that puts privacy at the forefront. Unlike other Usenet providers, you…


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Gaming Bucket List: the moments every gamer has to experience before they die

By Jon Porter Gamers are a divided group. You’ve got your fighting game fanatics and your PC strategy game enthusiasts, your first person shooter lovers, and your platformer junkies. But there are some moments that are capable of bringing together even the most disparate of gamers. Moments that are so classic, so iconic, that every…


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Samsung Uploads Galaxy S8 Tutorial Videos To Help Users Understand Basic Features Of The New Smartphone

Samsung uploaded a series of tutorial videos for the benefit of Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ users. These videos detailed on the Bixby functionalities, as well as the iris scanner, and VR capabilities that both devices support. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Acer Unwraps All-in-One Desktop Aspire U27: No Fans Here, Just A Liquid Cooling System

Acer has launched its lineup of mid-season products, including an all-in-one desktop called Aspire U27. Unlike most desktops, this one removed the fans and went with liquid cooling. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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Tempow turns your dumb Bluetooth speakers into a connected sound system

By Romain Dillet Meet Tempow, a French startup that can make your Bluetooth speakers more versatile. The company has been working on a new implementation of the Bluetooth protocol in order to let you play music from your phone on multiple speakers and headphones at once. Bluetooth speakers have become a common gift and a…


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Dell Latitude 12 7202 Rugged Tablet

By Desire Athow The Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet is not your standard slate – the device is targeted at those who usually slave away on an oil exploration project or work in the Amazonian tropical rainforest (as a biologist maybe). It is designed to be dropped, bashed about, and generally undergo all sorts of…


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Asus Pro B9440 review – CNET

By Xiomara Blanco The Asus Pro B9440U is a competitively priced business laptop with a sleek, lightweight build. …read more Source:: cnet Cell Phones


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Samsung Galaxy S8 Restarting Randomly: What’s Causing The Problem And How To Fix It

Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners have reported that their smartphones are randomly restarting. What could be causing the problem, and what can affected users do to fix it? …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Acer Expands 2-in-1 Lineup With Switch 3, Switch 5: Specs, Price, And Release Date

Acer has introduced two new additions to its 2-in-1 lineup. The powerhouse Switch 5 and the budget-friendly Switch 3 will both ship in June, detachable keyboard in tow. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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Here’s What The Samsung Galaxy S8 Looks Like With A Clear Back Panel [Video]

Ever wondered how a Samsung Galaxy S8 looks like without its back panel? Watch the video to see how you can showcase the phone’s top-of-the-line internal parts. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Inside the extreme science Logitech uses to build gaming mice

By Kevin Lee Logitech is one of those names you’ll probably find all over your house. Whether it’s a mouse or keyboard, your universal remote, computer speakers or a webcam – Logitech makes a lot of things. However, one of the company’s biggest divisions is gaming, which produces many of the peripherals you’ll find in…


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Medion Erazer X7849

By Zak Storey There’s something to be said for aspiring to move away from a full-sized desktop and towards a more portable, low-space notebook. The latest Erazer gaming laptop from Medion is technically portable: at 17 inches on the diagonal, it’d be considered a desktop replacement. Packing an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of memory,…


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Arvixe

By Mike Williams California-based Arvixe has been hosting personal and business websites since 2003, and is now owned by Endurance International Group, the company behind tech names like Domain.com, Bluehost, iPage, SiteBuilder.com and more. Arvixe has a huge number of products, and the website tries to cover them all. That includes personal hosting, business hosting,…


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10 best PC games to play on your living room couch

By Andrew Williams The image of PC gaming as something that happens in a cramped study or a musty bedroom is fading. More people than ever seem to be happy plugging their rig into their TV and gaming on the sofa. Who wouldn’t want that? It’s comfier than an office chair. Finding games that are…


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