Computing
Computing

The new ways MacOS Sierra works with your iPhone or iPad

MacOS Sierra comes with all new benefits for your iPad and iPhone. Here are a few of the bigger features -- i.e. the Universal Keyboard, Apple Pay support -- to watch out for when the OS releases this fall.
Virtual Reality

Nintendo of America doesn’t think VR is ready for mainstream consumers

Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime recently spoke to Bloomberg during E3 2016 about the company's take on virtual reality. The interview follows recent, skeptical comments about the VR industry from Take 2 Interactive's CEO.
Computing

Microsoft Flow wants to steal the workflow app crown

Microsoft's Flow service now has its own companion application. It doesn't yet allow you to build new workflows, but you can manage them from there and have it send you a push notification if something goes wrong.
Computing

AirPort users, don't ignore the latest firmware update! It patches a critical security bug

If you own an Apple Airport base station, install the latest update. It patches a memory exploit that could allow the execution of arbitrary code, in effect giving an attacker full control over the router.
Computing

Skylake-X processors from Intel may debut at Computex 2017

The latest rumor regarding Intel's upcoming Skylake-X processor family is that the chips will possibly make their debut during Computex 2017 next June. These will be joined by Intel's upcoming Kaby Lake-X processors that seem to fit in…
Computing

The Aorus DT X7 is a laptop built for streamers looking to share gaming on the go

Capturing footage to stream to your followers while playing an intensive game is often too much for a laptop to handle, but that's not the case when it comes to the Aorus DT X7, which has its very own built-in capture card.
Computing

Remote access software GoToMyPC hit by “sophisticated password attack”

GoToMyPC has implemented a compulsory password reset for users after accounts were accessed by hackers. The company says reused password and login details that were harvested from online data dumps are the source of the outbreak.
Product Review

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet Review

Why buy a Surface Pro 4? Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Tablet beats it spec-for-spec.
Computing

Do you have an HP laptop that’s a few years old? Check out the company’s battery recall

If you bought a HP notebook or laptop battery between March 2013 and August 2015, you might be affected by a recall and replacement program — here's how to check.
Apple

Apple brings summer camp indoors for tech-minded youngsters

An Apple Store might not be the traditional setting for summer camp, but tech-minded youngsters will certainly be tempted by the prospect of Apple Camp 2016.
Photography

Adobe Creative Cloud update brings new Content Aware features, boosts performance

Creative Cloud gets smarter, more efficient, and more integrated with Adobe's June update. Adobe Stock is now built into apps, while Photoshop has gained the ability to detect fonts and straighten horizons with less cropping.
Computing

New analog compiler could help simulate organs and organisms

Researchers from Dartmouth and MIT have collaborated on a new compiler that massively simplifies the process of using analog computers to accomplish highly detailed biological simulations.