Techno

The only thing better than the Ultra HD graphics and silky-smooth gameplay that PC gaming affords is all the cool gear surrounding your computer. From keyboards to mice, monitors, gaming chairs and headsets, PC gaming hardware goes much farther than your main rig. While we’re all still lusting after that ultra-wide gaming monitor or fancy
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A lot of people might assume that the only thing that separates the best running headphones from any old pair of earbuds you might find at Walmart is that they don’t fall out when you’re running. Now, while that isn’t exactly far from the truth, over the last few years there have been a number
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Let’s face it, PCs are powerless without their processors. These silicon chips make it possible to get from point A to point B whether it’s work or Hardpoint Domination in Titanfall. Your computer can do without a graphics card, sure, and it doesn’t necessarily need the latest and greatest hard drive either, but a processor
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[Keep up to date with all things TechLife by signing up for our newsletter!] Revolutionise your phone’s photo roll with the February issue of TechLife!  Get the gear, learn the skills and print off the results with our huge smartphone photography masterclass!  Plus, we round up the best bargain-priced laptops and Chromebooks, and grab yourself
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Darktable – a powerful open source raw image editor previously only available for Linux and macOS – has arrived on Windows. This is particularly good news if you’ve been put off by Adobe’s decision to move all its creative apps, including raw image processor Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC, to a cloud-first subscription service with users’
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Ever since we traded phones with buttons for tiny touchscreen computers 10 years ago, we’ve complained about smartphone battery life.  TechRadar’s battery test What is it? We play a 90 minute HD video with a phone at 100% battery, with screen brightness at max and accounts syncing over Wi-Fi in the background. What are the
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Chinese companies could be banned from US government contracts under the terms of a bill currently before Congress. If successful, it would mean that the likes of Huawei and ZTE would be shut out of any future government deals. There’s been disquiet in the US for some time about Huawei. Just last week, AT&T pulled
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If you’re looking for the best antivirus software in 2018 to keep you and your PC secure online, then you’ve come to the right place. Even in this day and age, it is still essential to have the best antivirus software you can get your hands on installed on your PC (be it Windows or
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 It may be boom time for IoT but it’s a boom shared by very operators. According to a new report from research company Berg Insight, just 10 companies are benefiting from this drive to adopt the new technology.  The company found that these 10 firms have a whopping 76% share of the cellular IoT market
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The upcoming Huawei P20 (or Huawei P11, as it might be called) smartphone may have a little more information available despite it likely still being a couple months from release.  The latest details come from a leaked browser benchmark spotted by PhoneArena that indicates the phone’s screen will have a somewhat unorthodox 18.7:9 aspect ratio.
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Last year, after Intel’s Coffee Lake and AMD’s Ryzen CPUs released, an age of stagnation in the CPU world finally ended. Now, in 2018 the longstanding competition between the two tech giants is back in full force, each competing for your hard-earned money. This competition has resulted in some of the best processors that have
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