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Skype drops support for older Windows Phone, Android devices

Skype's moving to the cloud, and Microsoft says that older Windows Phone and Android devices aren't compatible with their plans. But will the announcement give Windows Phone users a push to upgrade?
Computing

Bitdefender beefs up Box with 2 new features to keep your network secure

Bitdefender recently unleashed two new features for its standalone Box device to better secure your network. Box connects directly to your router, and filters traffic before it reaches your devices.
Computing

Leak suggests mobile version of Nvidia’s GTX 1070 and 1060 won’t differ much from the desktop

Recent screenshots ripped from the GPU-Z application show the hardware details of mobile graphics chips based on the new GeForce GTX 1070 and GTX 1060 GPUs. Based on the details, Nvidia seems to be cramming desktop-caliber GPUs into…
Gaming

'Prey for the Gods' is a mystical arctic survival game you'll want to Kickstart

No Matter Studio's first game, 'Prey for the Gods,' looks like a successor to 'Shadow of the Colossus' -- but it's also a deadly survival game that gives meaning and context to the game's epic boss battles.
Podcasts

Close to the Metal Episode 4: Who makes the best video card?

Most PC gamers need a discrete graphics card, and options from AMD and Nvidia have dominated the market for almost two decades. Which has the edge in 2016? And is Intel catching up?
Computing

IBM's Watson has landed a customer assistant job at Macy's

Customers at department store chain Macy's will soon be able to ask IBM's question answering computer system Watson for shopping assistance, thanks to a new pilot program.
Photography

Case Remote Air puts big-time camera control in a small package

The Case Remote Air is proving that great things really do come in small packages. It claims to be the world’s most compact and powerful wireless camera controller, at just 2.4 inches long and a weight of only 50 grams.
Gaming

Razer wants to take you on a Poké-tour with its new ‘Pokémon Go’ social app

If you are one of those unlucky rural ‘Pokémon Go’ players, who finds themselves far from gyms, Pokéstops and worst of all, Poké-friends, then Razer's new app may be perfect for you.
Computing

Asus’ latest ROG gaming monitor boasts impressive 180Hz refresh rate

Asus is aggressively targeting gamers with its new ROG Swift PG248Q monitor, which features a built-in software utility that allows users to easily overclock it to an impressive 180Hz.
Computing

Asus crammed a full-blown GeForce GTX 980 GPU into the new Republic of Gamers G701 laptop

Asus recently launched the Republic of Gamers G701 gaming laptop packing an overclockable Intel Core processor and discrete Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics. THe laptop also packs up to 64GB of DDR4 memory and two SSDs for up to 1TB of…
Computing

Apple lands yet another patent for cellular connectivity in the MacBook

Apple was granted a new patent on Tuesday that describes injecting MacBooks will cellular connectivity technology in the gap between the base and the lid. Dual-band wireless connectivity could also reside there, along with speaker…
Photography

Canon’s latest all-in-one inkjets print directly from social media, cloud storage

Printers may seem like basic technology, but Canon is adding both efficiency and functionality with its latest options. From printing directly from social media and cloud accounts to improved yields, the Maxima printers offer a range of…