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PC Gaming Show E3 2018: Everything and the kitchen sink

Ron Amadeo LOS ANGELES—Even as Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony hold events to promote games on their consoles at E3, a somewhat scrappier event to promote PC games takes place: the PC Gaming Show. This year'...

Tech

Ubisoft at E3: Beyond Good & Evil is back

Nathan Mattise LOS ANGELES—Ubisoft held a press conference at E3 today to show off its upcoming slate of games. As is usually the case with Ubisoft, the conference was heartfelt, zany, and high on showmans...

Computing

Windows continues to dominate the education sector – but for how long?

Microsoft’s efforts to woo the education sector appear to be paying off, with a new report claiming that its Windows operating system is the preferred choice for PCs and tablets used in classrooms.The report, by Futuresouce Consulting, suggests that in the first quarter of 2018 Windows devices...

Software

50% of Windows 10 users have experienced problems says survey

After every big Windows 10 update is released, it seems we hear about major gremlins affecting some computers – that’s certainly the case for the latest April 2018 Update – but how many users have been affected by PC problems caused by Microsoft’s desktop OS since its launch...

Software

Best online fax services of 2018

While computers, printers and other pieces of technology are obviously vital in the modern office environment, there’s no denying the role the fax machine has played in the business world over the decades.When it comes to running a business, it’s essential to have systems in place to all...

Apple

Facebook Launches New 'Memories' Section for Reflecting on Old Photos, Posts and Life Events

Facebook today announced the launch of a dedicated "Memories" section on its social network, which the company says is designed to be a single place on Facebook to reflect on "the moments you've shared with family and friends." Memories, which is an expanded version of the current "On This Day" fea...

Apple

Samsung Demands Another Retrial, Says 'No Reasonable Jury' Could Have Sided With Apple

Last month, a jury ruled that Samsung must pay Apple $539 million for violating Apple design patents as part of a legal battle that has spanned years, but the jury's ruling apparently won't be the end of the dispute between the two companies. Samsung last week filed an appeal (via CNET) asking the...

Apple

Apple Seeds Second Beta of tvOS 11.4.1 to Developers

Apple today seeded the second beta of an upcoming tvOS 11.4.1 update to developers for testing purposes, two weeks after seeding the first tvOS 11.4.1 beta and two weeks after releasing tvOS 11.4, an update that introduced support for AirPlay 2. Designed for the fourth and fifth-generation Apple TV...

Software

Windows 10: play a sound when you activate special keys

Hitting the Num Lock, Caps Lock, or Scroll Lock keys on the computer keyboard by accident can lead to undesirable consequences. You may wonder why you cannot type numbers in the Calculator when using the number pad on the keyboard after hitting Num Lock, or why your password is not accepted after ac...

Software

Monitor your Windows PC's performance while playing games

AgaueEye is a free hardware and performance monitor for Microsoft Windows devices that is geared specifically towards gamers. The program displays performance and hardware related information in real-time, may display an overlay in supported games, and keep track of the performance to display the pe...


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