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How to clean your computer monitor without destroying it

There are a few certainties in life: Death, taxes, and dirty computer screens. We can't help with the first two, but we've got a few tips on how to clean your screen and keep it that way too.
Computing

Dell shows stunning new HDR10 display alongside a release date for its Surface Studio competitor

Dell introduced three upcoming UltraSharp displays during NAB 2017 convention, one of which supports HDR10 and sports UHD Alliance Premium Certification. Two of the new models have 27-inch screens, while the third has a 25-inch screen.
Computing

The Asus Tinker Board gives North American makers a new computer option

Asus has been offering its Tinker Board in the U.K. and throughout Europe since early 2017 to compete directly with other single-board computer options like the Raspberry Pi. Now, it is available in North America as well.
Product Review

MSI Trident 3 Review

MSI’s Trident 3 proves gaming PCs belong in the living room.
Computing

Intel’s Core i7 is tempting, but you probably only need a Core i5

This guide is designed to help you decide whether you need the extra technological enhancements provided by the i7 core, or if the more affordable Core i5 will suit your needs.
Computing

Mozilla's Firefox 53 brings Quantum Compositor and new compact themes

Mozilla has updated its Firefox browser with some welcome features. The latest version is Firefox 53, and it focuses on giving web pages more focus and making Firefox more stable.
Computing

The Eve V, a crowdsourced Windows 10 tablet, is finally entering production

One of the more interesting Surface Pro 4 competitors has been the Eve V, a crowdsourced Windows 10 tablet that has been teased since 2015. It looks like the long development and testing cycle is finally over.
Computing

The latest Windows Insider build can boost battery life and clean your desktop

Microsoft released another Windows Insider build this week filled to the brim with helpful new features and a host of bugfixes -- including one that will keep your desktop a little tidier.
Social Media

Facebook talks connectivity through drones, helicopters at F8 2017

Facebook wants to connect the billions of people who lack internet access with a combination of drones, helicopters, and nodes. At its F8 developer conference, the social network gave updates on its connectivity efforts.
Computing

AMD quietly launches entry-level Radeon RX 540 mobile graphics chip

AMD has published a product page for its newest mobile graphics option, the Radeon RX 540, which will join the Radeon 500 series and offer better-than-integrated graphics performance and not much more.
Computing

Microsoft’s authenticator app is now all you need to log in with your smartphone

Although two-factor authentication is a much more secure way to shore up your accounts, Microsoft has ditched the need for a password for its accounts, making its smartphone app all the login credentials you need.
Computing

Intel may accelerate its CPU timeline in response to Ryzen, report says

Reports from Taiwan suggest that Intel is preparing to speed up its timeline for upcoming processors, with Basin Falls set to be unveiled in May or June, and Coffee Lake debuting later in 2017.