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  • Asus Zenbook UX310UA (Techradar 34 days Ago)

    Introducing the Asus UX310UA. A laptop that’s pretty much the same size, price and weight as Apple’s recently updated, and dearly loved MacBook Air .  And with the Air having being cast out as the, pardon the pun, bad apple...[more]

  • AOMEI Backupper (Techradar 34 days Ago)

    As developer AOMEI notes, backups are always the best defense against ransomware, including the WannaCry virus that hit systems worldwide last week. However, that knowledge isn't always enough – if you're going to get into the...[more]

  • MSI Aegis 3 (Techradar 34 days Ago)

    Building a personal gaming computer is a rite of passage for any PC gamer, but sometimes it's just easier to have someone else do all the work. The MSI Aegis 3 is one of these pre-built systems that has the hardware to satisfy any PC...[more]

  • Dell XPS 15 (Techradar 34 days Ago)

    When Dell refreshed its 13-inch flagship laptop late last year, many immediately wondered of the whereabouts of a certain 15-inch version. After all, while the Dell XPS 15 of last year was fine and dandy, it wasn’t without a few hiccups...[more]

  • Chuwi Hi13 (Techradar 34 days Ago)

    As far as Chinese tech companies are concerned, broadly speaking, there are three categories. Firstly, the big hitters like Huawei or Lenovo, that can afford to charge premium prices for their products. Then there are the firms which cannot...[more]

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The Federal Aviation Administration’s requirement that drone users register their devices was struck down in an appeals court Friday....
South Korean chip maker SK Hynix Inc. and U.S. private-equity firm Bain Capital plan to bid between Â¥1 trillion and Â¥1.5 trillion ($9 billion and $13.5 billion) for more than half of Toshiba Corp.’s...
Swedish prosecutors decide to halt their inquiries for now, meaning WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can finally leave his refuge in the Ecuadorean embassy — or can he? London’s police may have something to say...
Uber has threatened to fire Anthony Levandowski, the top driverless-car engineer at the center of its legal battle with Google parent Alphabet, if he doesn’t comply with a court order to turn over any files that he...
Vistra Energy Corp. has made a takeover approach to debt-laden rival Dynegy Inc., according to people familiar with the matter, a tie-up that would create one of the country’s largest independent power producers....
Victoria’s Secret hopes to reinvigorate its constructed bra business with new launches later this year after growing its unlined bralette business in recent months....
J.C. Penney’s push into the B2B services business for the hospitality market is a sign that the company is going on the offensive, rather than just passively playing defense....
After one year as a public company, shares of Facebook Inc. were down 33%. About five years later, the stock is doing a tad better: A 279% return from its first day of trading, and a market cap that has quadrupled....
Billionaire Mark Zuckerberg lost more than $2 billion as a result of Wednesday’s turmoil in Washington....
The New York satellite radio company, which has exhibited on-and-off interest in the struggling streamer, has recently restarted talks with Pandora’s banks and is discussing the size of a potential offer, sources said....

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Some PDF readers are laden with extra tools like highlighting, secure document signing, encryption and optical character recognition. That’s brilliant, but sometimes all you want to do is read a document as...
One of the downsides of the mobile revolution is that some apps never make it across to Windows. The developers make an iOS app and an Android one, but don’t then bother putting the app in the Windows Store....
OneVPN is a young VPN firm run by Unravel Technologies, a Hong Kong-based IT security consultancy firm. Visit the OneVPN website and you'll find a long list of impressive features. It offers 68 locations,...
PDF-XChange Editor is the successor to the excellent PDF-Change Viewer. Its design has been totally overhauled, making it much clearer and easier to use. Aside from that, PDF-XChange Viewer boasts all of the same...
Pure Usenet is another popular newsgroup service operating from the Netherlands. In an attempt to differentiate itself in a crowded and competitive market, this provider offers a wide variety of packages, decent...
With so many sites, apps and services requiring the use of a password, and our memories being a little limited, there is temptation to either use simple, easy to remember passwords, or keep using the same password over...
Amazon has updated one of its mid-range tablets to make it even better than before, but if you own one already is it worth upgrading to? The Fire HD 8 (2017) isn't a top of the range monster like the new iPad or...
Over recent years, there's been a surge in the popularity of online website builders. Considering the field we're talking about this seems a little obvious, but it took a while for internet-based site creation...
Download managers have a rather different role than a few years back. They used to be about using simultaneous downloads to max out a weedy dialup connection, but with the majority of people enjoying high-speed...
BitTorrent. The word conjures up image of piracy for many, lost revenue for others, and causes looks of puzzlement in still more. In reality, the BitTorrent protocol is used to download a massive amount of pirated...
Avast is one of a number of free antivirus tools vying for attention and it fares well against the competition in lab tests for rates of detection. It provides great protection against viruses and malware, displaying a...
Think about a battery charger and what usually comes to mind is a cheap plastic box with a USB port that charges your phone. The RavPower AC Power Bank Charger 27,000mAh (model number RP-PB055) couldn’t be...
How often have you tried to remove a program from your PC, only for the uninstaller to blithely inform you that it's left various pieces of detritus behind for you to deal with? These situations are the reason you...
There are stacks of open source programs for word processing and other office tasks, but far fewer for desktop publishing. Thankfully, Scribus is the only one you need. It's packed with all the features you need...
Understanding media file formats can be rather like measuring spaghetti or trying to insert a USB device: no matter what you do, you’re doing it wrong. If you’ve ever had a PNG when you needed a JPEG, or...
Founded some 20 years ago, Berlin-based Strato is a mammoth web hosting company which now manages 4,000,000 domains on more than 60,000 servers. Exploring Strato’s plans is tricky, as they vary considerably...
Dell made its name in the world of traditional desktop PCs, but with more of us looking for more creative ways to work, the company is now looking to offer a number of other form factors and options for those looking...
If you like experimenting with free media players, photo editors and the like, you'll probably know the frustration that comes with a malware infection. Suddenly there are strange links on your desktop, your...
If you’re struggling to get Wi-Fi reception in certain areas of your house, then BT’s new Whole Home Wi-Fi setup could be for you. As the name suggests, this is a set of devices that should ensure your...
Downloading files from the internet has always been a fairly painful experience, and even today slow servers and network congestion can make downloading big files a real pain. That's why you need a dedicated...