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Computing

Turns out, nobody wants to touch Windows 8 (and Microsoft is screwed)

A recent remark from an IDC analyst puts touchscreen market share at a projected 15 percent (or less) by the end of 2013. There's now plenty of options on the market, but consumers still aren't buying. Does this mean Windows 8's focus on…
Computing

Now you can Skype straight from your Outlook.com account

Though available for preview in the UK the past few months, Microsoft officially launched Skype integration within Outlook.com today, making it available in the U.S., Canada, the UK, Brazil, France, and Germany.
Computing

6 ways to repurpose a retired PC

Chances are, you have an old computer lying around in your closet just collecting dust, but its glory days aren't over. There are plenty of uses for an old computer that could possibly fill a void in your computing needs.
Computing

Asus rumor mill churns with leaked 10.1-inch VivoBook and alleged Chromebook

Asus may be done with Windows RT, but rumors of Asus's new 10.1-inch VivoBook X102BA swirl alongside talk of Asus' first ever Chromebook. Will September bring two new products from Asus?
Computing

Apple’s Mac Pro ad campaign, coming soon to a theater near you

This weekend, teasers for Apple's new Mac Pro started showing up in U.S. movie theater previews. Though the company still doesn't give an exact date, do the previews suggest a dual launch with the new iPhone is imminent?
Photography

Turn yourself into a collectible lifelike figurine with 60 DSLRs and a 3D printer

Newfangled 3D printers aren't just for making simple household goods anymore. Using an elaborate setup of 60 DSLRs a photo studio in Texas 3D creates lifelike miniature figurine selfies. Most popular request? Wedding toppers.
Computing

Going large? Samsung looking to launch 12-inch tablet in October, report claims

With the tablet market awash with small- and medium-size devices, it looks as if a load of larger slates could be on the way. A new report suggests Samsung is looking to launch a 12-inch tablet, while Apple is also said to be working on a…
Computing

Have Intel’s new Haswell processors really stretched battery life?

Prior to Haswell's release, Intel claimed that its new Core processors would improve battery life by up to 50 percent. We took a closer look at the 4th-gen laptops we've reviewed so far to see if Intel has made good on its claims.
Computing

Can touchscreens save you from carpal tunnel? They might actually be worse

Is a touchscreen computer the best ergonomic decision for your body? Or will reaching out and touching it cause you more harm than you bargained for?
Computing

Best free CD and DVD burning software for all your optical-disc burning desires

Optical discs may be on their way out, but it's still far too early to mark them as "dead." Check out our picks for the best free CD and DVD burning software for all your burning needs, whether you want to burn a DVD or an audio CD of the…
Product Review

Epson WorkForce WF-7520 Review

Epson WorkForce WF-7520 review.
Computing

What is Google Fiber and why is it so awesome?

You've probably been hearing a lot of talk about Google Fiber, but it's still relatively new and many people don't exactly know what it is and what if offers. However, we have a quick primer that will get you up to speed on what you should…