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There are ways to use your iPad in the kitchen while keeping your tablet clean and functional. Check out these ten accessories that every iChef must consider.
We receive a swarm of notifications which, to be honest, are often useless. There are some useful notifications however, that are easy to set up and help us keep tabs on what actually matters.
You have a choice! Microsoft didn’t make it easy, but in Windows 8.1 it’s possible to set up or switch to a regular — local and offline — Windows account. And it’s easy!
The fact that laptops are slower than desktops is common knowledge, but how much slower is hard to quantify, and gamers find themselves weighing the reduction in performance against the price tag and the portability.
Exoskeleton research has been underway for over a century, resulting in a number of viable prototypes. Surprisingly, though, they focus less on super-human strength and more on improving endurance and quality of life.
Apple’s new watch will turn your iPhone into a revolutionary device for managing your health and fitness – here’s how it works.
Businesses can’t seem to stop hackers looking to steal customer data. The list of companies prayed on has grown long indeed and includes well known names like JP Morgan, Home Depot and Target. And that’s just what we know about. Every unexplained website outage is met with raised eyebrows. Was it a glitch? Was the site hacked? […]
Tightening your budget means you can’t have the latest and greatest, but you may be surprised what you can buy for a third the price of a brand new AAA title.
Tomorrow’s transportation is not just about the self-driving car. The future will see networks of cars working together to keep passengers safe and deliver them to their destinations efficiently.
Microsoft’s Xbox isn’t doing so well these days. Perhaps the answer is to look backwards at old franchises that had potential but, for various reasons, never hit their stride.
A password is not enough to lock strangers out. If you suspect someone is accessing your Windows account, catch them red handed with the following tools.
The Windows Store has been spoiled by useless junkware and scams. Microsoft recently purged many fake apps, but the store still features questionable apps. We show you how not to get scammed.
Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and others have come to dominate every aspect of our online lives because they offer almost so much for free. Email, cloud storage, document editing, photo hosting and more can be accessed without paying a cent. Instead you have to pay with something that you may not think is valuable, but can prove […]
Over a million computers are stolen in the United States alone every year. The majority of these systems are laptops, but desktops can also end up the victim of a heist. Modern computers are relatively small, making them easier for thieves to walk out with, and computers are easy to sell on on eBay or […]
Here’s how to find – and eliminate – these wireless dead zones.