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The Best Mouse Bungee for Gaming

Mouse bungees are a must-have for competitive gamers seeking an edge over their opponents. Sneaky enemies behind you are an all-too-common scenario, and PC gamers will need to quickly drag their mouse to turn themselves around and face them. A mouse bungee will ensure that the mouse cord will not impede your ability to drag your mouse and turn. Bungees ...

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Windows 11’s Update Process Wants to Help Save the Planet

Microsoft is releasing new Windows Updates to the Dev channel all of the time. More often than not, they add some exciting features to the OS, but today’s has loftier goals, as Microsoft is trying to reduce the carbon emissions used by Windows updates in Windows 11. “Windows Update will try to schedule update installations at specific times of day ...

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Amazon Luna: Your Prime Membership Now Has Game Streaming

Amazon Luna, the cloud-based video game streaming service, has officially launched to everyone in the United States. Not only that, but Amazon is adding free games to the service for Prime members, which is yet another reason to sign up for Prime. “Luna, Amazon’s cloud gaming service that enables customers to quickly and easily play games on the devices they ...

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Windows 11 Will Speed Up PC Games Running in Windowed Mode

Microsoft announced a massive new update for Windows Insiders, and it gives us a massive peek at what’s coming to Windows 11 in the future. While most features apply to general PC use, gaming is getting some upgrades, including better performance in windowed mode. The new feature is called Optimizations, and it’s designed to make games run more smoothly in windowed ...

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Microsoft Redesigns Windows 11’s Task Manager, Adds Dark Mode

Microsoft just announced Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22557 for the Dev channel, and it comes with a massive list of changes. One that caught our attention is the significant improvements to the Task Manager. The most obvious change you’ll notice about the Task Manager is that it matches Windows 11 overall design. Microsoft has made it blend in perfectly rather ...

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Grab high-end home theater components before the big game with these deep discounts

Here at PopSci, we’re fans of the Sennheiser AMBEO 5.1.4 soundbar. It impressed our reviewer, who dubbed it “immersion therapy for your TV speaker blues.” And, with one currently on my media console to evaluate, it impressed me, too. I was surprised by its physical presence and thoroughly shocked by its sonic authority, and I’d recommend purchasing this best-in-class soundbar ...

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If You Can Hack ExpressVPN, They’ll Give You $100,000

ExpressVPN has long been a fantastic choice for VPN users and the company is so confident in its security measures that it’s launching a $100,000 bug bounty program. If you can find a way to hack ExpressVPN, you can receive a huge sum of cash. In a blog post, ExpressVPN explained the specifics of its massive bug bounty. It only ...

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Active Exploit: Update Your iPhone and iPad Right Now (to 15.3.1)

There’s an active exploit for iOS and iPadOS right now. Apple has released version 15.3.1 for both iPhone and iPad, and you absolutely need to update your devices as quickly as possible to close the security hole and protect yourself. In a support post, Apple talked about the security update in version 15.3.1, and it sounds like a major problem ...

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CES 2022: Laptops get thinner, taller, and more powerful

If you’ve been thinking about buying a new laptop this year, CES 2022 is the best place to start shopping. Nearly every major manufacturer will announce a slate of new and/or improved notebooks at the show this year. With the announcement of new mobile processors and graphics cards, you can expect a lot of machines are going to get some ...

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