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GDP introduces a 7-inch netbook running Windows 10 on Indiegogo

Typically smaller, lighter, and cheaper systems, netbooks were a craze for a few years before being killed off by tablets and low-cost "normal" notebooks. Now, GPD has introduced the Pocket, a netbook-like device for Windows 10
Computing

Expiring developer certificates caused several Mac apps to crash

Users of several Mac apps reported being unable to launch their apps over the weekend. The issue stems from certificates expiring that verify the apps. Many developers have now issued manual updates that you will need to download.
Deals

Now just $60, the NZXT S340 mid tower is a budget-friendly case for your PC build

If you're building a desktop PC, then consider the popular and affordable NZXT S340 mid tower computer case. This budget-friendly tower, available for as low as $60 on Amazon, is as attractive as it is easy on your wallet.
Deals

For a short time, enjoy 50 percent off the Logitech G302 gaming mouse ($25)

If you're looking for an affordable gaming mouse, then the Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime might be just the ticket. The G302 is purpose-built for MOBA games like League of Legends and is now just $25 on Amazon.
Deals

The TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 router can now be had for just $78 with this code

For a limited time, the TP-Link Archer C7 wireless router is available on Amazon for just $78 after a $15 promo code discount. The affordable Archer C7 is frequently listed among the best general-use routers available today.
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Mailtrack.io shows you when your email has been read, now available for Inbox

If, however, you want to know that you are being ignored, rejected, or otherwise put off, then go ahead, install Mailtrack. It's a simple, easy-to-use read receipt for emails that can be equal parts incredibly useful and disheartening.
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Possible Samsung Galaxy Book 2-in-1 exposed by Windows Store app

Samsung's Galaxy line is seemingly set to introduce a new 2-in-1 laptop that runs Windows 10, after an app designed for use with the unannounced device was discovered on the Windows Store.
Photography

Tight on space? Here are 3 ways to offload photos from your iPhone 3:23

Your iPhone might be a treasure trove of photos, but smartphones have a tendency to break. Luckily, there are a few different methods for transferring those selfies and other cherished memories to your computer.
Computing

Microsoft is reportedly shaking up its HoloLens development roadmap

Microsoft has apparently ceased development on an immediate revision of its HoloLens headset, in favor of working on a more comprehensive update to the device that's intended to release in 2019.
Computing

Blizzard is ditching XP and Vista — for real this time

Blizzard officially stopped supporting Windows XP and Vista last year, but has been keeping them ticking along in the background since then. That's set to stop very soon, so make sure you upgrade if you want to keep playing.
Cool Tech

Facial-recognition software may help save Earth’s most endangered mammals

Lemurs are considered the world's most endangered mammal, but a team of researchers have devised a system called LemurFaceID, which uses facial-recognition software to spot lemurs in their natural habitat.
Computing

How to right-click the right way on a Chromebook

Chromebooks are more capable than they once were, but that doesn't mean they're any easier to navigate. Here, we detail how to right-click on a Chromebook using the built-in keyboard and touchpad.