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Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • Windows 10 Creators Update Can Still Be Activated With Old Windows License Keys

    Users are reporting success activating clean installations of Windows 10 using old license keys, and specifically those that apply to Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1. This method continues to work even after the Creators Update, which is the second major upgrade to Windows 10 since it was made...
  • Microsoft's Competitive Chromebook In Education Threat Leaks, Windows 10 ARM Laptops Arrive Q4

    As we reported last week, Microsoft is holding an event in New York City on May 2nd that will focus primarily on the education sector. Although we don’t expect to hear anything about Surface Pro 5 or Surface Book 2, the company is widely expected to announce new low-cost notebooks...
  • Call of Duty: WWII Confirmed By Activision With Full Reveal Coming Next Week

    Activision’s Call of Duty series is definitely going back to its roots. As we reported late last month based on leaked materials for the game, the latest installment in the franchise will be called simply Call of Duty: WWII. The announcement of the game was made this afternoon via the...
  • Google Deletes SMSVova Android Spyware That Targeted Millions On Play Store For 3 Years

    Despite Google's best efforts to protect its users who download apps from its Play Store, some malware inevitably slips through the cracks. While it might be easy to assume that most of that malware is found in obscure software that people shouldn't be downloading anyway, this latest case is proof...
  • Intel Rumored To Accelerate Next Gen CPU Launch Schedule In Response To AMD Ryzen

    If Intel thought that it could coast along when it comes to processor development and its release schedules, AMD’s Ryzen processors have been a rather jolting wakeup call. While not able to topple Intel’s seventh-generation Kaby Lake Core processors in every single benchmark, the Ryzen 7 family in particular provides...
  • HP Updates ZBook Mobile Workstations With 4K Displays, Kaby Lake Xeons And NVIDIA Quadro

    If you’re a business user that needs high-end workstation-class components in a mobile form-factor, Hewlett-Packard has updated its ZBook family of laptops to deliver best-in-class performance. HP claims that its four new ZBook laptops will be able to empower everyone from filmmakers to artists to engineers. The star of the...
  • How To Get Saints Row 2 For Free On PC Ahead Of ‘Gat Out of Hell’ Release

    To celebrate the availability of Saints Row IV: Game of the Century Edition and the standalone expansion Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell on GOG for the first time, the game distribution service is giving away Saints Row 2 for free. All you have to do is head over to...
  • Microsoft Confirms Major Windows 10 And Office Updates Twice Per Year, Redstone 3 Launches In September

    When Microsoft announced that Windows 10 would be the last monolithic version of Windows ever, it raised some questions on how that would work and what it meant for future updates. Now almost two years after the OS was released to the public, Microsoft has some concrete answers. Going forward...
  • Samsung Issues Galaxy S8 And S8+ OTA Update To Fix Red Tinted Screen

    Samsung makes some of the best mobile displays in the business. Its Super AMOLED panels are bright, vibrant, and typically better looking than the competition in our experience. However, you might know it if you received a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ device with an overly red-tinted display. In response...
  • Brain Tumour Charity cautious about mobile phone ruling

    The Brain Tumour Charity has said there is no scientific evidence linking mobile phone use with brain tumours, following an Italian court ruling. The court, in Ivrea, agreed that a man's brain tumour was linked to his mobile phone use. It awarded Robert Romero 500 euros (£418/$535) a month in...

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