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Worldwide PC shipments grow for the first time in 6 years during 2Q18, says Gartner – Digitimes

Zacks.com Worldwide PC shipments grow for the first time in 6 years during 2Q18, says GartnerDigitimesWorldwide PC shipments totaled 62.1 million units in the second quarter of 2018, a 1.4% increase from the second quarter of 2017, according to preliminary results by Gartner. This is the first quarter of on-year …

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2018 MacBook Pro Benchmarked: This Is the Fastest SSD Ever – Laptop Mag

It’s overdue, but Apple has finally released new MacBook Pros with updated specs, and we just got our hands on the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Our $2,499 configuration is packing a powerful 8th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655 and a 512GB …

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How to play Steam games on Android without your PC – Digital Trends

Digital Trends How to play Steam games on Android without your PCDigital TrendsSteam is a household name — err, at least when it comes to gaming. Since its initial release in 2003, Valve’s popular distribution platform has become one of the go-to sources for anyone looking to download and install …

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Microsoft Surface Go vs. Apple iPad: Which Sub-$400 Tablet Is Best? – Laptop Mag

Microsoft wants to disrupt the affordable tablet market by overthrowing the resolute Apple iPad with its new Surface Go, a $399 detachable 2-in-1. Both devices are very lightweight, have excellent displays and are about the same size. So, which low-priced tablet is the one to get? Let’s see how they …

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Corsair teases up to 40% off on PC parts and gaming peripherals for Amazon Prime Day – TechRadar

Amazon Prime Day 2018 is little more than a day away, but Corsair was excited to share some early details on its biggest deals coming soon. Whether you’re looking to pick up a gaming keyboard, mouse, CPU cooler or a PC case on the cheap, Corsair will have a little …

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Ask Engadget: What laptop specs should I look for if I use a monitor? – Engadget

Steve DentAssociate Editor That’s a good, but surprisingly complicated question! A lot will depend on the resolution of the external screen and your needs. If it’s 4K or anything above 1080p, then you’ll need to consider discrete graphics from AMD or NVIDIA. Even with a fairly powerful GPU like the …

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What was the first game you upgraded your PC to play? – PC Gamer

It’s a familiar experience: you spend a bunch of money on a dazzling PC, then four years later it’s somehow just hovering above minimum specs for that new FPS you’ve had your eye on. You check your bank account. An upgrade is just about within reach, sort of. You put …

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For digital nomads, work is where the laptop is – Chicago Daily Herald

MEDELLIN, Colombia — Gwendolyn DaSilva rises at 5 a.m. to teach English to Chinese children from a small office just off her kitchen in Colombia. Through an online teaching portal, she gives one-hour private lessons for about four hours to children ages 5 to 12, and then she walks to …

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PC Sales Are Up, But Only a Little, So Play It Cool – Gizmodo

Photo: Sam Rutherford (Gizmodo) After more than five years of declining sales, nerds and APM enthusiasts everywhere can gently rejoice: The PC has made a comeback so far this year, thanks in part to businesses switching operating systems and the insatiable appetites of gamers. The second quarter of 2018 “showed …

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The best gaming laptops you can buy right now – The Verge

The world of gaming laptops has never been better than this year’s batch of PCs. They’re thinner than you’d expect, yet they still have VR-ready GPUs, six-core Intel Core processors, and vibrant, high refresh rate displays. Pricing for these laptops remains high, nearing $2,000 or more, but what you get …

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