Nvidia’s new 4K HDR-streaming Shield with Android TV

Nvidia’s Shield set-top streaming device got an update at this year’s CES, and it was a big one: The new hardware is 40 percent smaller than the original, with a new Android 7.0 Nougat-based operating system and a redesigned UI that groups games together and just generally organizes things a bit more logically. It also … Continue reading Nvidia’s new 4K HDR-streaming Shield with Android TV

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Insane Laptop With 3 Screens “Razer’s Project Valerie”

THERE ARE PLENTY of crazy things at CES that will come to market, things like washing machines that contain secondary washing machines and brand-new boomboxes with cassette decks. But the craziest things you see at the show have no chance being in stores anytime soon. Not that it matters: They’re showpieces for companies to strut … Continue reading Insane Laptop With 3 Screens “Razer’s Project Valerie”

Why Does 64-Bit Windows Need Two Program Files Folders — Program Files & Program Files (x86)

in 2005, Microsoft launched both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows operating system. This was done to support new 64-bit CPUs. The 64-bit CPUs have the ability to work with large numbers and access more memory. If you’re running 64-bit Windows operating system, you might have noticed that your PC has two Program Files folders. … Continue reading Why Does 64-Bit Windows Need Two Program Files Folders — Program Files & Program Files (x86)

The Dell 27 Ultrathin monitor really lives up to its name

Dell is hoping to turn some heads at CES with the 27 Ultrathin, which sports one of the thinnest display profiles I've ever seen. Instead of having most of its hardware sitting behind the screen, Dell moved it down to the base, which makes the monitor seem almost like an all-in-one machine at first. The … Continue reading The Dell 27 Ultrathin monitor really lives up to its name

Dell makes its XPS 13 2-in-1 convertible notebook

Well that didn’t take long: Dell has officially confirmed its next XPS 13 notebook. The machine was leaked over the weekend, with rumors pointing toward a 2-in-1 convertible design that allows users to transition between a tablet mode and a more traditional notebook format. Just as those rumors foretold, Dell has revealed a 2-in-1 design … Continue reading Dell makes its XPS 13 2-in-1 convertible notebook

New Pokemon GO plus wearable for trading in the mix

As the Pokemon GO Plus sales go as quick as they appear, Niantic may well be bringing another, more advanced device to market. This device is tipped by 9to5Mac as being Niantic’s next stab at bringing hardware to Ingress, the company’s first big GPS-based game. They tip that Niantic is considering their next move after … Continue reading New Pokemon GO plus wearable for trading in the mix

Liquid cooling vs. traditional cooling

Every computer, from the smallest of home theater PCs to the most hulking of gargantuan gaming rigs, generates heat during operation—heat that can kill your PC's precious internals if you're not careful. While you don't have anything to worry about if you bought your computer from a big-box retailer or straight from a manufacturer like … Continue reading Liquid cooling vs. traditional cooling