Monthly Archives: April 2018

The case for Apple’s iMessage on Android

For Apple, porting iMessage to Android would be more than a nice gesture to consumers. It would also benefit the company’s brand and business. A couple years ago, an unnamed Apple executive told veteran tech journalist Walt Mossberg that the … Continue reading

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Windows 10 vs. MacOS vs. Chrome OS

Choosing between operating systems isn’t a new problem — it’s been around for a few decades. But the latest incarnations of both software and hardware offer some new options to consumers at all price and experience levels. Windows and Mac … Continue reading

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Microsoft just announced a huge new update to Windows 10 — here’s what’s new

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Stephen Brashear/Getty Images On Monday, Microsoft will start to push out the April 2018 Update to Windows 10. It’s a free upgrade to the operating system that makes lots of small tweaks and adds a bunch … Continue reading

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How to delay Windows 10 April 2018 Update Not ready yet to move to the next version of Windows? You can delay the update.

There are early adopters and then there are those who, instead of jumping headlong into new software and gadgets, take a more cautious approach to installing a software update or buying a new device, waiting for it to prove itself … Continue reading

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AMD’s 2nd-generation Ryzen – The ultimate desktop processor

In 2017, AMD shook up the processor market with Ryzen. Now the 2nd-generation chips look set do the same in 2018. By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes for Hardware 2.0 | April 19, 2018 — 13:00 GMT (06:00 PDT) | Topic: Processors This … Continue reading

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Windows Defender becomes an extension for Google Chrome

Windows Defender extension for Google’s Chrome browser released Unexpectedly, Microsoft has brought its Windows Defender technology from Windows 10 right into the dominant browser, Google Chrome. A new Windows Defender extension for Chrome aims to combat malicious websites and warn … Continue reading

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Microsoft has run out of Windows Phone stock

Well, it has finally happened. Even if you really wanted to buy a Windows phone, Microsoft has run out of Windows Phone devices to sell to you. I’ve been watching the number of Windows Phone options on the Microsoft Store … Continue reading

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