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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.
Tired of software you never wanted consuming your laptop’s resources? Your computer isn’t free ad space. Here’s how to get rid of bloatware.
You may have heard the terms GSM and CDMA thrown around before in a conversation about cell phones, but what do they really mean?
Windows battery life has rocketed forward in the last few years thanks to new processors from Intel that provide strong performance on a fraction of the power previously required. Even inexpensive laptops can often hit five or six hours, and models specifically designed for portability frequently exceed eight. Yet these improvements have made the way you […]
Office Online is the free and cloud-connected version of Microsoft Office. Limitations are compensated by features, useful even to users of desktop Office. Best of all is its
Many players love RPGs because their large, open worlds offer an unparalleled opportunity to explore a virtual landscape. Here’s ten games that you can explore for hours on end.
Can players finally ditch Windows completely and use a Mac for work and play?
Microsoft releases a constant stream of minor updates. Some less important fixes never make it into a Windows Update package. These hotfixes solve very specific issues that only affect a subset of users.
Here are six mobile apps that every Tolkien fanatic must check out.