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iMac vs. iMac Pro

With Apple refreshing the higher-end iMacs with newer processors and graphics cards, it moves closer to the iMac Pro. In this guide, we consider the performance, features, and help make sense of the differences between the two. The post iMac vs. iMac Pro appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Computing, Apple iMac Pro, iMac


Time to do taxes? Save up to 50 percent on H&R Block tax software this weekend

Tax season is stressful, and with new tax laws in effect this year, it's not a bad idea to get some help. H&R Block has you covered: For two days only, you can save 50 percent on its great software so you can file your taxes online and save some cash. The post Time to do taxes? Save up to 50 percent on H&R Block tax software this weekend appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Computing, Deals, File Taxes Online, H&R Block, H&R Block flash sale, Tax Filing Software


How 5G networks will make low-latency game streaming a reality

Faster speeds and more bandwidth are some of the many promises that 5G can deliver, but for gamers, the most important thing is low latency. To achieve low latency, carriers like AT&T and Verizon are exploring hybrid models for game streaming and mixed reality experiences. The post How 5G networks will make low-latency game streaming a reality appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Computing, Gaming, 5G, AT&T, Game Streaming, Nvidia, Verizon


Nvidia faces attacks from AMD, Intel, and even Google. Should it be worried?

Nvidia announced an expanded array of RTX server solutions designed to leverage the power of ray-tracing at GTC 2019. The effort will help Nvidia take on Google's Stadia in game streaming with GeForce Now, and the company's investments in GPU tech will help it battle rival AMD and newcomer Intel. The post Nvidia faces attacks from AMD, Intel, and even Google. Should it be worried? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Computing, Gaming, Nvidia, RTX, Stadia


Microsoft’s Clippy came back from the dead, but didn’t last very long

Before Cortana, Alexa, and Siri even existed, Microsoft Clippy dominated the screens of computers in the 1990s to help assist Microsoft Office users when writing letters. He recently made a bit of a comeback only to die off again. The post Microsoft’s Clippy came back from the dead, but didn’t last very long appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Computing, News, Clippy, Microsoft


The best iPad Pro keyboard cases

The iPad Pro range can double as laptops, but they do need proper keyboards to fill in effectively. Thankfully, there are loads to choose from and we rounded up the best iPad Pro keyboard cases right here. The post The best iPad Pro keyboard cases appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Buying Guides, Computing, Mobile, iPad, iPad Pro, Keyboard Cases, Logitech


Get the new Dell XPS 13 for $750 with this limited-time deal

Dell is currently running a limited time deal lasting through Thursday, March 28, where you can bring home a version of this year's new XPS 13 for around $750 with the use of a special coupon code.  The post Get the new Dell XPS 13 for $750 with this limited-time deal appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Computing, Deals, News, Dell, XPS 13


Get ready to say goodbye to some IFTTT support in Gmail by March 31

If This Then That, the popular automation service, will drop some of its support for Gmail by March 31. The decision comes as a response to security concerns and is aimed to protect user data. The post Get ready to say goodbye to some IFTTT support in Gmail by March 31 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Computing, Mobile, News, Web, Gmail, Google, Ifttt


Nvidia’s GTX 1650 graphics card could be just a slight upgrade over the 1050 Ti

Rumors suggest Nvidia might soon launch the GTX 1650, and a leaked benchmark listing from Final Fantasy XV suggests that the new graphics card could be just a slight upgrade over last generation's GTX 1050 Ti.  The post Nvidia’s GTX 1650 graphics card could be just a slight upgrade over the 1050 Ti appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Computing, News, Graphics Cards, GTX 1650, Nvidia


Looking for a Chromebook? The Google PixelBook just got a $200 price cut

Once relatively obscure, Chromebooks have come into their own in a big way in recent years. One of our favorites is the super-sleek Google Pixelbook, and it's on sale right now from Amazon for $200 off, letting you score this premium laptop for $799. The post Looking for a Chromebook? The Google PixelBook just got a $200 price cut appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Computing, Deals, Chrome OS, Chromebook, Google Pixelbook, Laptops


The best USB-C cables for 2019

We're glad to see that USB-C is quickly becoming the norm. That's why we've rounded up some of the better USB-C cables on the market, whether you're looking to charge or sync your smartphone. We've got USB-C to USB-C and USB-C to USB-A. The post The best USB-C cables for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Apple, Buying Guides, Computing, Mobile, Charging Cables, USB, USB-C


Intel gives a peek at what its Arctic Sound GPU could look like

A new set of concept images shown at GDC 2019 is providing a peek at what Intel's upcoming modern discrete GPU, code-named. Arctic Sound, could end up looking like when released in 2020. The post Intel gives a peek at what its Arctic Sound GPU could look like appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Intel, Computing, Gpu


Could Google’s Stadia bring back multi-GPU gaming?

Google's Stadia could use more than one graphics card to deliver the high-performance visuals it's promised. If that leads to better developer support for multi-GPUs, could that mean gaming with two or more graphics cards could finally be worth it? The post Could Google’s Stadia bring back multi-GPU gaming? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Gaming, Trends, Computing, Graphics Card, Gpu, Stadia


The best iPad keyboard cases for every iPad

Whether you're looking to replace your laptop with a tablet or merely want to increase your typing speed, a physical iPad keyboard is the perfect companion to the iPad. Check out our top picks for every available iPad model. The post The best iPad keyboard cases for every iPad appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Ipad, Mobile, Bluetooth, Keyboards, Trends, Computing, Buying Guides


T-Mobile goes after big cable companies, pilots wireless home internet service

In a shot at big cable companies, T-Mobile is launching a new pilot program to bring an unlimited wireless LTE home internet service to up to 50,000 homes across the United States by the end of 2019. The post T-Mobile goes after big cable companies, pilots wireless home internet service appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, News, Trends, United States, T Mobile, Computing, Wireless Internet


Acer Predator Triton 500 review

Nvidia’s new RTX 2080 Max-Q is the fastest GPU you’ll find in any laptop, but it usually comes at a steep price. Acer’s Predator Triton 500, starting at $2,500, makes it a little more affordable. But what must you sacrifice in the name of performance? The post Acer Predator Triton 500 review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Computing, Acer, Nvidia, Gpu, Acer Predator Triton, Max Q


Get the Surface Pro 6, with keyboard included, for $1,000 at Microsoft

Thinking of buying a Surface Pro 6? Microsoft is currently running a deal on its latest Windows 2-in-1, letting you bring one home for $1,000 with the keyboard included in the price. The post Get the Surface Pro 6, with keyboard included, for $1,000 at Microsoft appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Deals, News, Microsoft, Trends, Computing, Surface Pro 6


How much!? British Airways glitch results in $4.2M quote for family vacation

Website errors sometimes cause flight prices to display at way below the correct price. But British Airways recently experienced the opposite issue when it tried to charge a family more than $4 million for a vacation in Mexico. The post How much!? British Airways glitch results in $4.2M quote for family vacation appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Mexico, Trends, Web, Computing, British Airways, B.A, Computer Bug, Website Error


Intel Command Center lays foundation for next year’s ‘Arctic Sound’ GPU

Intel revealed its new Command Center driver software at GDC 2019. The updated interface will control current Intel integrated graphics and also lays the groundwork for next year's Intel video card. The post Intel Command Center lays foundation for next year’s ‘Arctic Sound’ GPU appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Intel, Computing, Gpu, Command Center, Intel Graphics, Arctic Sound, GDC 2019, Intel Command Center


Intel teases 9th-generation Core i9 mobile processors at GDC 2019

Intel teased its new 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processors at GDC 2019. The company offered few specifics about the hardware, but a leak from late February provides insight into what the new processors might offer. The post Intel teases 9th-generation Core i9 mobile processors at GDC 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Intel, Computing, Notebook, Laptop, GDC, Intel Core, Intel Core i9


Intel teases mobile 9th-generation Core i9 mobile processors at GDC 2019

Intel teased its new 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processors at GDC 2019. The company offered few specifics about the hardware, but a leak from late February provides insight into what the new processors might offer. The post Intel teases mobile 9th-generation Core i9 mobile processors at GDC 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Intel, Computing, Notebook, Laptop, GDC, Intel Core, Intel Core i9


Oculus shows off the Rift S, plans to phase out its original VR headset

Oculus plans to phase out its flagship Rift VR headset for its newly created Rift S. The Rift S made its debut this week at the 2019 Game Developers Conference and is expected to be released in spring 2019. The post appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, News, Trends, Computing, Virtual Reality, Oculus Vr, Oculus Rift, VR headsets, Oculus Rift s


Lenovo Legion Y740 review

Coming with the Intel Core i7-8750H processor, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics, 16GB of RAM, and a 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD, the Legion Y740 one big beast. But priced at under $2,500 how does Lenovo’s Legion stand up against the crowd? The post Lenovo Legion Y740 review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Computing, Nvidia, Lenovo, Gaming Laptop, Intel Core, Legion, Lenovo Legion


Don’t be fooled! Study exposes most popular phishing email subject lines

Phishing emails are on the rise and a new study out by the cybersecurity company Barracuda has exposed some of the most common phishing email subject lines used to exploit businesses.  The post Don’t be fooled! Study exposes most popular phishing email subject lines appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Web, Computing, Cyber Criminals, Phishing, Don, Barracuda


If you have $5,200, Apple has 256GB of RAM for your iMac Pro

Professionals looking to run intensive applications will be able to push their work a bit further with Apple's latest iMac Pro, which holds 256GB of DD4 ECC RAM for $5,200. Here's why it costs so much to upgrade your iMac Pro to the top. The post If you have $5,200, Apple has 256GB of RAM for your iMac Pro appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, News, Trends, Computing, ECC RAM, Imac Pro


Google hit with another fine by the EU, this time for $1.7 billion

Google has been fined for the third time by the EU, this time for breaching antitrust laws by requiring third-party websites using its search function to prioritize its ads over competitors. The post Google hit with another fine by the EU, this time for $1.7 billion appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Business, News, Trends, Eu, Computing, Antitrust, Fine


Google hit with another fine by the E.U., this time for $1.7 billion

Google has been fined for the third time by the E.U., this time for breaching antitrust laws by requiring third-party websites using its search function to prioritize its ads over competitors. The post Google hit with another fine by the E.U., this time for $1.7 billion appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Business, News, Trends, Eu, Computing, Antitrust, Fine


This limited-time Dell deal cuts $330 off the price of the XPS 15

Dell is currently running a limited-time sale that is cutting the pricing on the XPS 15 down by $330, but only through Thursday, March 21, and with the use of a special coupon code.  The post This limited-time Dell deal cuts $330 off the price of the XPS 15 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Deals, News, Trends, Computing, Dell, XPS 15


The best budget monitors

Looking for the best budget monitors? These monitors are affordable, but still provide the features you need for gaming, work, home or other plans! Take a look at the displays and your wallet will thank you. The post The best budget monitors appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Computing, Affordable Monitors, Budget Monitors, Low Cost Monitors


Grab 1 terabyte of SSD storage for just $100 with this sale on Amazon

If you're looking for an excellent opportunity to pick up a 1TB SSD at a low price, Amazon has you covered with Samsung's 860 QVO 1TB 2.5-inch SATA III Internal SSD. It is an excellent offering for both multimedia enthusiasts and gamers. The post Grab 1 terabyte of SSD storage for just $100 with this sale on Amazon appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Amazon, Deals, Samsung, Trends, Computing, Ssd



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