Don't feed the troll: Apple just said its budget iPad is twice as fast as the PC.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, it's all CPUs and GPUs.
PCWorld CPU guru breaks down what you get and what you don't when you pay extra for an unlocked K-series Intel processor.
The Full Nerd ep. 104: Ray tracing's new killer app, Radeon VII's life and death, when to buy PC parts
In this episode of The Full Nerd, it's all about technology cycles. We did into Remedy's Control, ray tracing's new showcase, as well as the rumored death of AMD's Radeon VII and when to buy new PC parts.
World of Warcraft Classic splits the MMO into two different games, and so shatters its sense of history and community.
PC makers have begun adding SIM slots to some laptops. But a lack of flexible, affordable pricing plans is killing the always-connected PC before it has a chance to flourish.
PCWorld processor guru Gordon Mah Ung digs into the contentious question: Is it okay to buy a used CPU? And if so, how do you do it as safely as possible?
The Apple Card, the latest piece of Apple’s lock-in strategy, could end up costing you way more than an iPhone—or a Mac Pro.
The Cloud. Marketed by public cloud providers as an agile, cure-all for businesses wanting to streamline and secure their corporate data. Despite this, many Australian IT professionals spearheading the move to cloud-based infrastructure are doing so ...
It's taken 10-odd versions, but Samsung has figured out the best way to maximize profits for its most expensive handset: Bait and switch.
Another Unpacked. Another missed opportunity for Samsung's Bixby-powered smart speaker.
The war on smartphone bezels is going too far. As vendors shave off millimeters or even go edgeless, we're losing features and comfort along the way. But there's one phone that could save us.
RGB lighting will never reach its full potential if hardware manufacturers continue to insist on proselytizing a dozen different SDKs, vying for inclusion on the year's hottest games to the exclusion of the competition. We need a standard.
Given the increasing scale of data compromises and the speed of execution by the fraudsters, Australian organisations can no longer rely on a passive, defensive online security strategy to get them over the ‘advantage line’.
The road to cloud is far from easy. It takes work, but the benefits of greater agility, increased innovation and speed-to-market, instant scaling and provisioning, team alignment, reduced dependency on your hosting provider’s staff and skills, and ab...
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