Apple Developing iPhone Battery Pack that Enables Wireless Charging

February 24, 2021
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Apple is reportedly working on a magnetic battery pack that can be attached to the iPhone 12 and wirelessly charge it, according to a report from Mark Gurman of Bloomberg. Slated to be released in the months following the iPhone 12 launch in October 2020, the battery pack will rely on Apple’s MagSafe system and […]

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A How-To Guide For Gamers: Find The Best CPU For Your Next Build

June 16, 2020
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Written by Austin Benoit on June 14, 2020 Throughout the last several years, the gaming community has gone through some tremendous changes. With the increased popularity of ESports, online streaming platforms, and multiplayer gaming in general, surely this is a great era to be highly engaged in the gaming community. With this spike in gameplay […]

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Does the Intel i7 9700K have Hyper-Threading & what is it?

October 23, 2019
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Hyper-Threading is a patented technology from the house of Intel, brought into the market in 2002 with the Pentium 4 processor. In this architecture of the processor, a single microprocessor is made to act like two discrete processors logically.  It is a fact that most of the computer programs don’t make 100% utilization of the […]

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Here Are The Top 10 laptops That You Need To Buy In 2019

September 10, 2019

Shopping for a laptop with a wide range of powerful choices is devastating. The tech market offers great sheer models of laptops at an amazing price. But the regular laptop users always look for specific features which last long and offer longest battery timing. So check out our list of top 10 laptops to buy […]

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The Benefits Of Rugged Computers For The Military

January 25, 2019

In the military, the conditions are constantly changing and the tech that is used needs to be able to keep up with this. This is why the military often uses rugged network computers to manage any information that they need and make sure that everything goes smoothly. Here, we have put together some of the […]

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Choosing between a tablet, laptop or desktop

January 17, 2019

Electronic devices aren’t necessarily that cheap and choosing the right one can be a hassle. Choosing the wrong one can cause a lot of misery which you don’t want. If you’re in the market for a new device the best way to start is to get a piece of paper and write down all the […]

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Is Dehumidifier required in Data Centres?

December 10, 2018

It is logical to install dehumidifiers in data centers to avoid damages caused to cables and computers due to the growth of molds and dampness. Accumulations of humid air to high levels are likely to result into static shock and short-circuiting of electrical appliances. Besides, electronics can also rust and wear out thereby resulting in […]

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Why SSD Drives Are Not So Good For Use On SERVER or Enterprise RAID Configs

August 3, 2018

First off, SSDs are much faster and are often times more reliable than any other media storage option. But when they are used in corporate or enterprise servers, things change. That’s because in this type of commercial atmosphere new data is constantly written and over written on them compared to the amount of use in […]

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5 Reasons to Use an External Hard Drive

April 24, 2018

External hard drives present a host of benefits for users, but there are still many people out there who don’t bother with them. Whether you have never really thought about getting one before or the possibility has been on your mind for a while, we are going to talk you through just a few of […]

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Troubleshooting – “Reboot and Select Proper Boot Device” Error

April 12, 2018

When starting Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10, or other Windows OS, you may receive the error message “Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key” Just like the one below:    Even if you reboot the computer, Windows startup is still blocked here.  In […]

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Top Computers for Students

March 21, 2018

Most upcoming college students will sooner or later have to invest in a computer. It’s common that people either buy an overkill device or a cheap that breaks down. This can be tricky. You want something that are capable of fulfilling the necessary tasks, while not accidentally charging unnecessary money for features that you won’t […]

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9 Clear Signs that you need a new laptop

February 22, 2018

We all love using our Laptop devices and we can all agree it is one of the best pieces of technology that there is but there’s some times when we wonder when It’s right to spend more cash to get a better one. I’ve had this experience many times and I’m currently on my 4th […]

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Want Your Apple Keyboards To Work With Windows Functionality? We Can Show You How!

November 22, 2017

Whether you’d like to admit it or not, Apple is known far and wide for its quality control in both full device releases and accessories that follow. Such is the case with their famous keyboards that hook up to Apple products and work wonders both from a functional standpoint and comfort in use. As such, […]

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10 Best Health Gadgets to Improve Your Lifestyle

June 22, 2017

Getting and staying healthy is a goal for many people, but few know how to make the switch. It can seem overwhelming at first, but making the change will be well worth it. Living a healthy lifestyle can help you fight diseases, prevent anxiety, help you live longer, and improve your overall quality of life. […]

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Seven Ways to Tell if Your Hard Drive is Failing: What Do Those Squeals, Clunks and Thuds Really Mean?

May 17, 2017

Exposure to water or fire, power surges, sharp impact or just plain everyday operation can all be factors when there is a hard disk drive malfunction and the stored information cannot be accessed. And just like in cars– or humans, for that matter – parts wear out and things break down. It has been estimated […]

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Top 5 Best laptops to Buy in 2013

August 29, 2013

Find the best laptops to purchase in 2013 and read the in-depth laptop reviews, as rated according to the expert reviewers. Make sure if a laptop is perfect for you or not? Take a look at the top 5 laptops of 2013; this will help you to make the right choice. Best Laptops 0f 2013 […]

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Is It Your Hard Drive Slowing Down The Computer Or Something Else? 

June 7, 2013

It is a common scenario that every person owing a computer experiences at one point of time- complaining about the sluggish performance of the computer. The computer has got a lot of stuff like pictures, movies, music, eBooks, apps, software programs etc. It also slows down because the computer is busy picking spyware, Internet browser […]

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Top printers for 2013

March 24, 2013

When you have a particular task in mind – be it printing photographs or producing hefty documents in no time at all – it’s important that you choose the printer that can meet your needs. So before you shell out any cash, take a look at this quick guide with all you need to know […]

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Keep a PC Safe in Cold Weather: 5 Practical Tips

January 12, 2013

Due to advanced technology, many personal computers (PCs) such as laptops can be used anywhere as needed. However, if a laptop is exposed to cold weather for a long period of time, it may affect its overall performance. Here are some tips to keep your PC safe during the cold weather season. Wrap It Up […]

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The NetBook is dead and soon gone!

January 2, 2013

As of January 2013, Asus and Acer will no longer be making netbooks. Asus launched the first netbook, Eee PC, back in 2007, but now it’s over. Asus did try to revive the netbook market last year with its Eee PC 1024 Flare Series with Intel Atom processor, which was able to boot from sleep-mode […]

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Top 12 Gadgets I Want For Christmas – And Maybe You Would Too? [2012]

December 2, 2012

Ho ho ho, Merry Christmas, folks! Welcome to another edition of the “Top 10 12 gadgets I want for Christmas – and maybe you would too?”. Now that we’re in 2012 I would like to start this article out by highlighting some of the gadgets that were on the Christmas gadgets list for 2011. First up […]

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Ultrabooks: The Times They Are a-Changin’

October 4, 2012

If you look at the current crop of Ultrabooks on the market they all feature the uncanny resemblance of a normal laptop only thinner and shinier. In fact, you would not be punished for mistaking an Ultrabook for a regular laptop from afar, and this is one of the contributing factors as to why their […]

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The Future of Ethernet

August 23, 2012

Ethernet cables are present in nearly every house, some are metres long, some are very short, and most go about their daily business almost completely unrecognised by anyone. Still, some in the industry are predicting that wireless technology might mean the end for this unassuming office hero, but is this true?The first place to go […]

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Three Ultrabooks which you should look out for

August 14, 2012

If you are a consumer and have been shopping around for a laptop as of late, then you will have come across a range of next-generation Ultra-thin laptops called ‘Ultrabooks’. An Ultrabook is a name given to a laptop which meets certain Intel specified hardware requirements. These include that machines with the Ultrabook bearing brand […]

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