Smartphone Camera Faceoff
Apr17

Smartphone Camera Faceoff

The Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus vs the Google Pixel. These three take top honors in the smartphone camera competition. Now it’s time to see which one comes out on top. Each one of these has certain benefits. Depending on the type of photographs you take, one might be better than the others. However, all three have excellent cameras. Samsung Galaxy S7 When most phones were still increasing the number of megapixels in the...

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Samsung 4K Blu-ray Player
Mar27

Samsung 4K Blu-ray Player

As we finally move into the world of 4K, UHD TV, we begin to long for the very best picture ever. To get a taste of that best-ever picture you will need to watch a 4K Blu-ray disc on a 4K Blu-ray player. The Samsung 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray UBD-K8500 is one of the first such players on the market. Being first, however, doesn’t not necessarily mean that it is lacking. In fact, this Blu-ray player has everything you need to enjoy 4K at its...

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Thermaltake Core P3 Case Review
Mar23

Thermaltake Core P3 Case Review

The Thermaltake Core P3 is a flexible, open-air case that can be wall-mounted. Let’s take a good look at it!

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Lian-Li PC-T60 Case Review
Mar16

Lian-Li PC-T60 Case Review

The Lian-Li PC-T60 is an open-air case that can be used as a test bench, giving easy access to the motherboard. Let’s take a good look at it!

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Why You Should Be Using Windows 10 Action Center
Mar13

Why You Should Be Using Windows 10 Action Center

It’s easy to overlook one of Windows 10 most useful features. The Windows 10 Action Center is called up by clicking or tapping on a small icon that is almost hidden in the lower right corner of the screen. This icon will be either an empty rectangle or a rectangle with a blue circle with a number in it, as shown below. Using the icon will bring up the Action Center which is a slide-out pane that appears on the right side of the...

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Windows File History – An Inexpensive Insurance Policy
Feb27

Windows File History – An Inexpensive Insurance Policy

Windows has always had some type of backup, but those backups haven’t always been easy or reliable, so Carbonite, Mozy, and other backup services have proliferated. With the release of Windows 10, however, Microsoft has finally given us a truly useful backup. In Windows 10, Microsoft added new backup options, but kept several older ones as well. Unfortunately, Microsoft hasn’t put all the backup options in one place, making it a...

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HDR Brings Movie Cinematography into the Home
Feb09

HDR Brings Movie Cinematography into the Home

Since the introduction of hi-definition television, we’ve seen a lot of changes. With big hoopla, we’ve gone all the way from 720p to 4K. Manufacturers have improved the picture quality by increasing the number of pixels on the screen and improving the screen’s refresh rate. This resulted in a slightly improved picture quality. Now, technology, called HDR (High Dynamic Range) has found a way to dramatically improve the picture quality...

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Semi-Removed from Reality: How Windows Holographic Can Change Life As We Know It
Jan30

Semi-Removed from Reality: How Windows Holographic Can Change Life As We Know It

The concept of holography has been around since the 1940s when Dennis Gabor pioneered the development of X-ray microscopy. He eventually won the Nobel Prize in Physics 1971. Holograph works by enabling applications that allow the incorporation of virtual images into the real physical world, thus creating mixed reality—such is the concept of Windows Holographic. During the 2016 Windows 10: The Next Chapter press event, Microsoft...

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New Google Hardware Makes a Splash this Season
Dec15

New Google Hardware Makes a Splash this Season

Google’ New Assistant CEO Sundar Pichai kicked off the new Google hardware launch with the promise of a Google Assistant that can handle a two-way conversation and which would become a unique Google Assistant for each user. He promoted the Google Assistant’s AI interface as the current big shift in technology, equal to the PC of the 1980’s, the introduction of the web in the 90’s, and the Mobile computing breakthrough in the mid...

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Google Photos at One Year Old
Jul11

Google Photos at One Year Old

I started using Google Photos after I reviewed it last year. It became my photo app of choice because I was amazed by its many new features including face recognition, unlimited free storage, and a fabulous photo assistant. I guess many of you also liked this full-featured app because in just one year Google Photos has amassed over 20 million active monthly users, making it one of the fastest growing consumer products in history....

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