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Wooting One Analog Mechanical Keyboard Review

The Wooting One is the first commercially available, fully analog mechanical keyboard. The prospect of analog sensing technology in keyboards is still somewhat novel, but if it catches on with gamers–and we believe it should and will–this is a landmark moment in this technology’s history. With the One in hand, though, we did what we always do, which is take ...

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Do Megapixels Matter When Buying a Camera?

Tech companies love to wave big numbers and fancy sounding words around in their ads, and camera manufacturers are no exception. Although it isn’t as bad as it was a few years ago, “megapixels” is normally their go-to buzzword. But what is a megapixel and does more really mean better? Let’s find out. What Are Megapixels? On every digital camera ...

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The Difference Between All of Philips’ Hue Light Bulbs

It wasn’t so long ago that Philips introduced its Hue smart lighting system, and since then, the company has expanded its lineup to include quite an arrangement of light bulbs and light fixtures to choose from. However, it can be a little confusing when shopping around for Philips Hue lights to add to your home, as there are a ton of different ...

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Frontier Defense Returns In ‘Titanfall 2’ With New Free DLC

A fan favorite mode is coming back to Titanfall 2 on July 25. A free piece of downloadable content (DLC) called “Operation Frontier Shield” will bring back the multi-wave battle that is Frontier Defense, and a few changes are coming along for the ride to make the mode even more intense. Depending on your experience with Frontier Defense, you can try it ...

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Best USB C adapters and cables for MacBook

Apple announced the 2015 MacBook to general applause, but one of the surprises – the addition of a USB-C port at the expense of MagSafe charging port, Thunderbolt and SD Card reader – was met with a fair amount of criticism and anger. The new 2016 version of the computer continued the USB-C trend, as did the 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Fortunately for those without a ...

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How Do I Know if I’m Running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows?

Figuring out whether you’re running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows only takes a couple of steps and the tools are already built into Windows. Here’s how to find out what you’re running. Whether you’re running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows makes a pretty big difference. Running a 64-bit version of Windows means having better security and the ability to ...

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What Is Intel’s New Core i9 CPU Series?

For years, Intel’s flagship Core processor series has had three performance tiers: i3, i5, and the top-of-the-line i7. But after several disappointingly small performance iterations and the looming specter of AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper processor, Intel announced a new king of the CPU hill: the Core i9. This super-powered monster is also one of the first in the new “X-Series” of performance-oriented ...

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How to transfer contacts from iPhone to iPhone

You’ve just got a brand-new iPhone – great! But how do you transfer all your contacts from your old iPhone to your new one? Apple introduced iCloud back in 2011 and its cloud service can be used to easily transfer contacts from one device to another. But if you don’t use iCloud, don’t worry, as you can always use iTunes or ...

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FBI Warns About Internet-Connected Toys’ Security Risk

Do you want your kid’s Barbie doll or stuffed animal to spy on you? Probably not, and that’s why the FBI has warned consumers to consider their child’s privacy and cyber security before “introducing smart, interactive, internet-connected toys into their homes or trusted environments.” A rising number of toys have been connected to the internet. Mattel actually made a smart ...

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