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Nvidia's Free GeForce NOW Beta Lets You Play System Intensive PC Games on Your Mac

Apple's Macs aren't optimized for gaming and often don't have powerful enough GPUs to run the latest gaming titles, a problem that Nvidia is aiming to solve with its GeForce NOW service designed for Macs. GeForce NOW for Mac, currently in beta testing in North America, lets you use a virtual GeForc...

Hardware

Bowers and Wilkins PX wireless noise-cancelling headphones

Wireless noise-cancelling headphones feel like the pinnacle of headphone technology. It’s here that you’ll find all the major brands really flexing their audio muscles. Whether it’s Bose with the QC35, Sony with the MDR-1000X, or Sennheiser with its Momentum Wireless, all the...

Tech

The Simplest Uber Hack to Book Cabs From Your Computer

Uber is a worldwide phenomenon today, changing the taxi and local commute experience. And it can be even better if you use these awesome apps. We’re not going to get into whether Uber is threatening traditional taxi services or the recent controversy in the U.K. We also aren’t getting in...

Tech

Plex Live TV Is Now Available on Your Roku

Plex has finally brought its Live TV offering to Roku devices. This means anyone who owns a Roku device (including any of the new hardware lineup for 2017) can now gain access to Plex Live TV. That is if they’re a Plex Pass subscriber who also owns a TV antenna and digital TV tuner. Plex Live...

Tech

How to Set Up Two-Factor Authentication on All Your Social Accounts

With the ever-increasing use of social media platforms, security is of paramount importance. While choosing a strong password might help, there’s still a possibility of getting hacked. To add an extra layer of protection, you should consider using two-factor authentication. Two-factor authenti...

Tech

Microsoft Edge Is the Best Browser at Stopping Phishing

Microsoft Edge isn’t the most popular browser in the world. No, Google Chrome wears that crown, and has for some time. And then there’s Firefox, which is upping its game with the new version codenamed Quantum. However, Edge beats both of them when it comes to stopping phishing attacks. T...

Tech

8 Online Halloween Stores for Perfect Costumes and Accessories

Halloween costumes aren’t just for kids anymore. For costume parties or contests, and just for fun, everyone from adults to children to pets can show their Halloween spirit. Maybe you like classic costumes like vampires, ghosts, or witches. Or maybe you like to go silly with emojis, food, or a...

Computing

Sky high coding: using drones to get kids programming

Despite the fact that it's arguably never been easier to get into programming, I speak from experience when I say that it's not all that easy to convince the youngster generation to give it a try. My 9-year-old son is utterly obsessed with Minecraft, the Nintendo Switch and famous gaming YouTub...

Internet

Twitter promises to get "more aggressive" in tackling online harassment

You don't usually have to wait too long for some kind of controversy to erupt on Twitter, and most of the time it revolves around the issues of abuse and harassment online - hence this week's #WomenBoycottTwitter protest.Now Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has taken to the online platform that he runs to te...

Internet

Pirate Bay again sinks to the depths of using visitors’ PCs to mine cryptocurrency

The Pirate Bay is again using the PCs of visitors to the site to collectively mine cryptocurrency, without any consent or informing the user that this is happening.You may recall that the infamous piracy site was caught doing this last month, and said at the time that it was merely a 24-hour test of...


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