Category: Mac & PC

Do Macs get viruses? | Do Macs need antivirus software: Why you (probably) need antivirus software for your Mac, and our Mac security FAQs

Do Macs get viruses? | Do Macs need antivirus software: Why you (probably) need antivirus software for your Mac, and our Mac security FAQs

Do Macs get viruses? And do Macs need antivirus software? macOS is inherently secure, but after various flaws and attacks in recent years – including scam websites and the SSL bug/Gotofail error – Mac users are understandably concerned. We explain why you (probably) need antivirus software for your Mac, and offer simple steps you can take to tighten up your […]

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HP wants to bring gaming to a wider range of gamers with its new Omen gaming arsenal

HP wants to bring gaming to a wider range of gamers with its new Omen gaming arsenal

HP announced the launch of HP OMEN gaming laptops and a desktop yesterday at a launch event in New Delhi. The company launched the OMEN 17 laptop and OMEN 15 notebook geared towards gamers in addition to the OMEN desktop who want more power and are not looking at portability. Ketan Patel, Senior Director for Personal Systems hosted the event and […]

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Apple rumours & predictions 2017: The iPhone 8, new iPads, and everything else you should expect from Apple in 2017

Apple rumours & predictions 2017: The iPhone 8, new iPads, and everything else you should expect from Apple in 2017

2017 could hold big things in store for Apple. Will we see new iMacs, Mac Minis, and Mac Pros? What will the iPhone 8 look like? And are there any new products we don’t even know about yet? We gather the rumours and whispers about Apple and make our pedictions for the year ahead. 2016 was an interesting year for […]

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Lenovo’s new Yoga A12 is a younger brother of the Yoga Book

Lenovo’s new Yoga A12 is a brother of the Yoga Book

Lenovo has announced a new Android tablet which looks similar to the recently launched Yoga Book. The Yoga A12 is a new 2-in-1 Android hybrid which gets the same flat, slate-like digital keyboard with a $300 price. The specs are as good though, as you get 12.2-inch HD display that can fold all the way back so users can position it as a laptop, […]

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Dell announces new 2-in-1 laptops and Chromebooks for students

Dell announces new 2-in-1 laptops and Chromebooks for students

Dell seems to be focusing more on the education sector as it has announced its new range of Latitude and Chromebook notebooks targeted at schools and colleges. The refreshed line includes new 2-in-1 and standard notebooks under the Latitude series as well as Chromebook. The Dell Latitude 11 Convertible and Chromebook 11 Convertible are the latest and one of the […]

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Apple updates its software with patches for critical security vulnerabilities; update now

Update the software on your Mac,Iphone,Watches,Apple TV ,All Apple Devices

Yesterday’s Apple iOS 10.2.1 does not add any fancy new features to your phone, but it does patch over a dozen major vulnerabilities in the OS. Some of these vulnerabilities will allow hackers full access to your iOS device. Some of these vulnerabilities, listed here, can allow an application to “execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges”. This is geek-speak for […]

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As opposed to what many may tell you, Apple is reportedly doing a lot better with its new MacBook Pro than many had expected. A report by Fudzilla cites supply chain sources which claim that Apple is on target to increase its MacBook and MacBook Pro shipments this year.

Apple MacBook and MacBook Pro shipments expected to break last year’s sales

As opposed to what many may tell you, Apple is reportedly doing a lot better with its new MacBook Pro than many had expected. A report by Fudzilla cites supply chain sources which claim that Apple is on target to increase its MacBook and MacBook Pro shipments this year. The news may sound a bit odd but supply chain sources […]

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Apple updates GarageBand and Logic Pro X with new updates for iOS and Mac

Apple updates GarageBand and Logic Pro X with new updates for iOS and Mac

Apple has updated its music creation apps — GarageBand — for iOS 2.2 and Logic Pro X 10.3 — with new features for music makers on iPhone, iPad and Mac. “Music has always been part of Apple’s DNA, and we are excited to deliver yet another fun and powerful update to our music creation apps, GarageBand for iOS and Logic […]

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Apple MacBook Pro to be updated with new Intel Kaby Lake processors and more RAM this year

Apple MacBook Pro to be updated with new Intel Kaby Lake processors and more RAM this year

If you were one of the few who didn’t appreciate the performance capabilities of the recently announced MacBooks, then hold on. According to popular analyst Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities in Taiwan, Apple will be bringing new upgrades to the MacBook lineup this year. Since the new Intel Kaby Lake processors are official, this year could see Apple updating the MacBooks with the new chipset […]

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Razer’s stolen Project Valerie laptops show up on Chinese listing site for $21,700

Razer’s stolen Project Valerie laptops show up on Chinese listing site for $21,700

Razer’s stolen triple monitor, Project Valerie laptops briefly popped up on a Chinese e-commerce portal for a whopping $21,700. The laptops were reported stolen soon after CES 2017. Razer co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan took to social media to express his disappointment, where he stated, “At Razer, we play hard and we play fair. Our teams worked months on end […]

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The best Chrome experiments to show off your browsing power

The best Chrome experiments to show off your browsing power

Back in 2009, Google began what it called “Chrome Experiments,” where software developers could experiment using all the available Chrome browser tools to develop games, apps, and generally unique, interactive experiences that were like nothing else online. Now, after several years of innovation and development, there are hundreds of Experiments from eager developers around the world who would have never […]

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Apple MacBook Pro Battery Issues Not A Problem Anymore With Consumer Reports; Apple’s Software Update Fixes Safari Bug

Apple MacBook Pro Battery Issues Not A Problem Anymore With Consumer Reports; Apple’s Software Update Fixes Safari Bug

Consumer Reports (CR), that had found unexpected disparities in battery performance of Apple MacBook Pros, has now taken a U-turn after Apple updated the laptops’ software. The update that is now in beta will soon be part of a broad update. CR has retested the batteries of the three laptops, and the MacBook Pros reportedly gave 18.75 hours on a […]

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iMac 2017: Apple Hard At Work To Deliver Unparalleled Desktop With Faster Performance; Q1 2017 Launch Seen

iMac 2017: Apple Hard At Work To Deliver Unparalleled Desktop With Faster Performance; Q1 2017 Launch Seen

Intel’s highly-anticipated Kaby Lake chipsets were finally unveiled at the recently concluded Las Vegas event with an array of different models that are likely to release in near future. Meanwhile, multiple sources are reporting about a potentially better Apple MacBook Pro and/or the iMac 2017 following the recent unveiling of the much-lauded chipsets. The long-rumored update to the Apple’s iMac […]

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Microsoft may reduce its Windows 10 licensing fee for OEMs to combat Chromebooks

Microsoft may reduce its Windows 10 licensing fee for OEMs to combat Chromebooks

Chromebooks have become big business for notebook manufacturers and Google. They’re based on Google’s Chrome OS platform, which in turn is based on the Linus kernel and is offered for free to OEMs. That open-source-based license means Chromebooks are relatively cheap across the board although there are a few high-end units that reach up into the $500 price range. That […]

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Shamoon returns with malware in hand to wipe hard drives, nuke virtual machines

Shamoon returns with malware in hand to wipe hard drives, nuke virtual machines

Researcher Robert Falcone of the Palo Alto Networks said on Monday that the Shamoon attack campaign has returned again to cause even more headaches than before. The campaign was first conducted in 2012 against an organization in Saudi Arabia while the second didn’t take place until 2016. Both campaigns only sought to completely wipe PCs. However, this new third discovery […]

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Lenovo Yoga Book review: It’s an expensive, eye-catching indulgence, but nothing more

Lenovo Yoga Book review: It’s an expensive, eye-catching indulgence, but nothing more

Where do I even start with the Lenovo Yoga Book? It’s hard to describe a device that doesn’t adhere to any conventions or standards. The device is powered by a low-power Intel Atom chip, it’s slimmer and lighter than any laptop, it comes with a stylus, has no usable ports, offers great battery life and a keyboard unlike any other. Do […]

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Asus R558UQ is the new mainstream laptop with 7th gen Intel Kaby Lake

Asus R558UQ is the new mainstream laptop with 7th gen Intel Kaby Lake

Updating its mainstream line-up, Taiwan-based tech major Asus on Tuesday unveiled a notebook that comes with 7th Gen Intel processor for the Indian consumers. Asus R558UQ is a substantially upgraded variant of the R558UR premium notebook and comes in two models – one with Core i7 processor  and the other with Core i5 processor which is priced at Rs 48,990. […]

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Asus ZenBook 3 Deluxe packs in Kaby Lake goodness with a bigger display

Asus ZenBook 3 Deluxe packs in Kaby Lake goodness with a bigger display

Remember the Asus ZenBook 3 that we reviewed a while ago? At the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (CES 2017), Asus announced a better, bigger and a more power efficient variant of the same and its called the Asus Zenbook 3 Deluxe. The Asus Zenbook 3 Deluxe comes with a couple of highlights and basically improves on the shortcomings […]

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Lenovo reveals the next generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon, X1 Yoga and X1 Tablet

Lenovo reveals the next generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon, X1 Yoga and X1 Tablet

Lenovo revealed the next generation of ThinkPad X1 products, tailored specifically for business users. The ThinkPad series of laptops have been catering to business users for over twenty five years. The new devices are upgrades to last years ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the ThinkPad X1 Tablet and the ThinkPad X1 Yoga, all of which were launched at CES 2016. For this generation […]

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HP launches HP EliteBook X360, HP Spectre X360 and HP Envy

HP launches HP EliteBook X360, HP Spectre X360 and HP Envy

Printing and personal computer major HP Inc. unveiled new PCs at Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017)– world’s biggest annual electronics event. Designed for work at home or on the go, the new PCs include HP EliteBook x360, HP Spectre x360 and HP Envy Curved All-in-One 34. HP EliteBook x360 features 4K UHD display with Windows Hello, pen support and has […]

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