Monthly Archives: December 2016

Microsoft Surface Studio Delivers Awesome, High Priced Solution for Creatives

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is looking to sell 30,000 Surface Studio all-in-one computer during the first quarter of 2017, suggests a report from Digi Times. The high-priced Surface Studio is selling better than expected, according to the report. The Redmond-tech giant … Continue reading

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A single text is all it takes to break your iPhone’s Messages app

iOS is generally considered to be secure, but a recently-discovered bug that disables the Messages app reveals that not even Apple’s mobile operating system is free from vulnerabilities. The exploit, discovered by software developer Vincedes3, involves a complex vCard, which … Continue reading

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Apple still hasn’t fixed its iPhone battery problem

If you’re using an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s right now, you may be running into unexpected battery problems. The phone may turn off unexpectedly even when there’s plenty of battery life remaining. This isn’t a new issue, it’s a … Continue reading

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Microsoft might add ‘game mode’ to Windows 10 for maximum gaming performance

Gaming on Windows 10 might be getting even better. A report from UberGizmo cites Twitter user @h0x0d, who found a new “gamemode.dll” in the latest Windows 10 developer build. The feature appears to allow Windows 10 to adjust CPU and … Continue reading

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Microsoft Draws in Business Users with Windows 10 Creators Update

By Shirley Siluk / Enterprise Security Today Scheduled to arrive sometime early next year, Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creators Update will do more than introduce new 3D-imaging and mixed-reality tools for artists — it will also provide business users with a … Continue reading

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Surface Pro 4 Review: The Best There Is

Few people thought that Microsoft was on its way to creating something special when it unveiled the first Surface tablets. Thick and chunky, these devices had an awkward screen size. The Windows 8 operating system that Microsoft pre-installed didn’t lend … Continue reading

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How to Find a Lost or Stolen Windows 10 Device

Since PCs first became portable, users have struggled through the same issues that plague other portable electronics. Battery life, portability and theft. With the first Windows 10 update, Microsoft addressed battery life and portability. A toggle lets users change their … Continue reading

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