The computing industry is fuelled by prediction and gossip. Before the patent became the carefully guarded weapon it is today, chip engineers from competing companies would often share an astounding amount of information on an informal basis — not just with each other, but with the wider consumer audience as well.
Whether you’re looking for something new to learn, or just want to refresh your memory on something that might be a bit rusty, there are plenty of free sources online that you can take advantage of free code classes.
There’s no clear-cut metric to use as a guideline if you’re shopping for a sound card. Lengthy audiophile reviews are available, but they generally don’t offer a quantifiable takeaway if you have a limited point of reference and don’t know much about the subject to begin with. I fall into that category.
The Black2 crams both solid state and disk drive technologies into one drive, and does so in the simplest of ways. Similar to what desktop users have been doing for years, the Black2 makes the flash portion a primary boot drive with the disk serving as bulk storage. The difference is that the Black2 only uses a single slot.
Features which qualify the X700 as a full-fledged gaming PC are its unique exterior, performance-centered parts, ample tool-free expandability, liquid cooling and OneKey overclocking. Sound good so far?
We’ve seen a few applications that make the process of downloading subtitles for movies and TV shows as simple as dragging and dropping a video file. Why not take it to the next level and make subtitles fetching 100% hands off? With the help AHK in Windows and Automator in OS X we certainly can.
Both the Xbox One and the PS4 received “Not Yet” verdicts in our reviews. Are they must-have systems? Are they essential? Not yet. Wait and see. That said, we’ve now compared both on a number of categories so if you’re not one to wait, you’ll definitely know what you are getting into with each of them.
With the Retina display in the 2nd-gen iPad mini, Apple has increased the price on the base 16 GB Wi-Fi model from $ 329 to $ 399, making it one of the most expensive tablets of its size. However, past iPads have been of exceptional quality, so will this be the same for the iPad mini? Does the Retina display and faster processor make a worthy upgrade for first-gen owners?
It’s that time of the year again, where Google releases a new Nexus handset for those wanting a cheap yet powerful device running stock Android. 2013′s Nexus is the Nexus 5, aptly named as it’s both the fifth Nexus device and it packs a five-inch display.