Troubleshooting computer can be a little frustrating moreover a little bit complicated. With so many parts and software installed, any number of actions can go wrong. But when (not if) something occurs, this is the best opportunity for you to learn of course provided that you possess a few basics under your belt. Nothing beats knowledge. The more you do it, the better you become, and the further your confidence grows. And the best section, you will save yourself a lot of bucks. Many things can go wrong by a computer. Here, I try to cover the basics to...Read More
You’ve apparently forgotten amidst all this hype about iPhones, but Apple still occasionally makes computers and tablets. And a new patent application exposes that its next ones might have an exciting feature. keyless Keyboard The patent, first reported by Patently Apple, would be for technology that can make an onscreen keyboard (like that on an iPad) feel like a real keyboard. According to the patent application’s images. Apple has in thought a touchscreen device that could display a keyboard. The invention will sense when you pressed each key and provided haptic feedback. That is, you’ll feel like you’re pushing a physical key....Read More
No matter which laptop you own, using a dedicated mouse with your computer is also comfortable and accurate than your touchpad. Some wireless mice carry steep price tags. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find genuine ones on the cheap. We tested nine different wireless mice under $20 and wrote up our impacts of these mobile peripherals. Check out our ratings below, ordered from best to poorest Logitech M510 Advanced Logitech’s M510 Advanced is our ideal sub-$20 mouse, thanks to its convenient grip and pair of customizable side buttons. We especially like its dimpled rubber side grips, narrow profile...Read More
Samsung is still speculating there’s a future in the phone-based evolution of computers. If phones are growing predictable, maybe it’s the accessories that go with them that can be strong. The latest case in point is Samsung’s latest DeX Pad — started today alongside the company’s new 2018 flagship phones, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. It’s a second-generation docking station designed to convert those new phones into PC-style workstations in corporate environments. I used last year’s version, the DeX dock, to turn a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 into my work computer. The experiment worked better than I expected. I could file stories, use my...Read More
First of all, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Qualcomm has declared carrier and retailer partners for its upcoming “Always Connected PCs” running Windows 10 on Snapdragon 835 CPUs. 13 Carriers Announced First, Qualcomm declared that thirteen carriers headquartered in nine countries would be sponsoring Qualcomm’s Connected PC platforms with their 4G LTE services. These Connected PCs are ones previously proclaimed by ASUS with the NovaGo and the HP Inc. ENVY x2 at Qualcomm’s December Tech Summit event. Lenovo announced the Miix 630 2-in-1 at CES 2018. However, I have used both the HP and ASUS beta device, but not Lenovo. Clearly,...Read More
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