These days, having one of the best external hard drives for your Mac is a necessity, especially for professionals in the creative field. Upgrading your Mac storage, after all, can be costly at best, close to impossible at worst. Macs and MacBooks are notoriously hard to customize once you own them, and upgrading your storage […]
UK retailer Overclockers reports having limited amount of stock of the Palit Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming Pro OC 24GB card, so definitely get it while you can. The Palit RTX 3090 is selling for £1829.99, making it expensive even by the standards of the RTX 3090, but with a huge amount of VRAM, a […]
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AMD appears to be readying a pair of new Ryzen 5000U mobile CPUs to build up its business line of laptops, and it may become a serious challenge to Intel. The new AMD Ryzen processors, which will have the Pro series designation, will have enhanced features targeted towards business users, like system memory encryption to […]
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Last year saw the global PC market make a big comeback with device shipments reaching 143.7m units during the fourth quarter marking the third consecutive quarter of annual growth according to new data from Canalys. Throughout the whole year though, PC and tablet shipments grew by 17 percent in 2020 to reach 458.2m units representing […]
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The Surface Pro 7 has been a mighty staple of Microsoft’s computing range over the last few years, offering a more affordable alternative to Apple’s own high-end tablets while running full Windows 10. This weekend’s Surface Pro deals are cutting prices on a range of tablets, with $200 off these powerful Windows machines. However, if […]
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Nolan Lawson has a little emoji-picker-element that is awfully handy and incredibly easy to use. But considering you’d probably be using it within your own app, it should be style-able so it can incorporated nicely anywhere. How to allow that styling isn’t exactly obvious: What wasn’t obvious to me, though, was how to allow users […]
With the positive progress on Covid vaccines in development, we know one thing already: we won’t be going back to ‘normal’ life any time soon. The government has recently stated that where possible, employees should continue to work from home until at least April 2021. It’s quite possible that this date could be extended further. […]
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Prime Gaming has announced its February offering and there’s some great content to be had for Prime members, who can get their hands on free loot in FIFA 21 and Madden NFL 21, plus free exclusive content for Roblox, UFC 4 and Fall Guys – while four new PC games are set to join the […]
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We know that outsourcing will be part of the solution to Intel’s chip production problems, and according to the rumor mill, the company is ready to make a big move, and reportedly has already struck a deal to enlist TSMC’s help with its 3nm process. The word from a DigiTimes report – citing sources from […]
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Web browsers are developing and evolving faster than ever, and this is certainly true of Google Chrome. The company has just released a new beta version the browser – Chrome Beta 89 – and it includes a number of keys updates to APIs that open up a host of exciting new features. There are different […]
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