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Asus ZenBook Flip S (UX371): Stunning OLED Display
The Asus ZenBook Flip S is an appealing 2-in-1 laptop on multiple fronts. On the physical side, it’s a high-quality, highly portable convertible with a gorgeous 4K OLED touch screen. Inside, it’s one of the first laptops we’ve reviewed with one of In
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Optoma HD39HDR: Bright, Low-Lag Projector
Designed for gaming and for watching movies and TV, the Optoma HD39HDR is one of a growing number of 1080p home projectors that can accept a 4K UHD (3,840-by-2,160-pixel) HDR signal and downconvert the resolution to 1080p. Some projectors in this cat
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Kaspersky Secure Connection VPN: Limited but Very Affordable
A virtual private network (or VPN) is an easy way to improve your privacy online. Kaspersky Secure Connection carries one of the most recognizable names in the industry and offers customers a simple, affordable VPN. It is a bare-bones offering with f
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Trend Micro Maximum Security: Cross-Platform Protection
If you’re reading this article, you surely have your PCs protected with a security suite or at least an antivirus. Maybe you’re security-smart enough to protect your Macs with an antivirus, too. But for truly comprehensive security, you also have to
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Is Quantum Computing a Bubble Ready to Burst?
The massive intersection of James Avenue and East Boughton Road in Bolingbrook, Illinois, looks like many other crossroads in suburban America. A drive-through Starbucks keeps watch over 15 lanes of turning and merging mid-size SUVs, most headed for
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The Future of Computing
If you’re reading the PCMag Digital Edition, you’ve likely got a pretty good grasp on how computers work: bits, bytes, hardware, software, input, output. No big deal; we’ve been living with personal computers for decades now. Well, make that “classic
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LA's COVID-19 Response Runs on Data Science
When people ask what’s different about the fight against COVID-19 compared with previous pandemics, one answer is data science. We know more—in real time—about infectious disease transmission, treatment efficacy, and the results of prevention program
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All About the New Apple iPhones
Apple refreshed its iPhone line in October with four new models: the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini ($699); the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 ($799) and 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro ($999); and the gigantic 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Max ($1,099). All four models have OLED displays
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How to Avoid Running Out of Storage Space on Any Device
With storage space costing so little these days, it’s easy to forget about it until you get a warning that your phone, computer, or cloud storage account is nearly full. Our accounts always seem to run out of storage at the most inopportune times, th
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Inside the Pandemic’s Biggest Cash Cow: Scalper Bot Networks Hawking Hot Products
The pandemic and ensuing economic fallout may be leading internet users to dabble in the notorious art of scalping in order to buy up this holiday season’s hottest electronics and resell them for a hefty profit. You probably encountered these scalper
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How to Protect Your Front-Door Deliveries
Online shopping has made it so convenient to buy any number of things that many of us place our orders and forget about them until the boxes show up at our doorstep. Oh yeah, it’s that thing I needed! As nice as it is to get something delivered to yo
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For Now, Verizon’s 5G Home Internet Service Offers Very Little Coverage
Verizon’s 5G Home service may be fast, but very few people can access it—even in the eight cities Verizon purports to serve. Since the company doesn’t offer a coverage map for its home service, we pumped more than 400 Chicago and Minneapolis addresse
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How to Organize Your Home Screen With iOS 14’s App Library
Keeping track of your iPhone apps can be a challenge. Creating and maintaining folders to house your apps is time-consuming, but going without folders entirely will lead to disorganized screens with no easy way to find the apps you want. With iOS 14,
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3 Ways AMD’s Ryzen 5000 CPUs Could Dominate the Desktop (and One Way They Won’t)
Back in May, we published an opinion piece that detailed the five different ways AMD is beating Intel in the desktop CPU market. You might think Intel would have worked to change that narrative with some aggressive pricing maneuvering—you can’t chang
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North American Governments Hit Hardest by New Ransomware Attacks
The cybersecurity industry is in crisis. Phishing attacks have increased by 350 percent during the COVID-19 pandemic. Online scams are out of control. And tech companies have lost the public’s trust over privacy concerns. Now, cybersecurity company L
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Browse the Web From a World Away With a VPN
It has been a long quarantine, gentle reader. But while I’ve been transforming my towering, mist-shrouded Manhattan home into a VPN testing space, people have continued to reach out with their privacy and security questions. Recently, I received a me
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Snapdragon Processors Have a Future in Chromebooks
The brightest immediate future for Snapdragon-powered PCs isn’t 5G-capable flagships, such as the Lenovo Flex 5G. It’s Chromebooks. Microsoft and Qualcomm have spent years positioning Snapdragon-powered laptops, including the Flex 5G and Microsoft Su
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Apple Watch Series 6: The Best Smartwatch You Can Buy
The Apple Watch has been our longstanding Editors’ Choice for its excellent performance, unparalleled app selection, and ample health- and fitness-tracking features. With the Series 6, Apple builds upon its flagship smartwatch with the addition of a
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Bose Frames Tempo: Focused on Sports
When we reviewed the original Bose Frames last year, we weren’t quite sure what to make of them—but since then, audio sunglasses (essentially, glasses with headphones built into the temples) have developed somewhat into a category of their own. The B
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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G: Perfect Balance of Power and Price
The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is everything you need and nothing else. Samsung pared down its flagship S20 series to a more palatable price, and the result is a value-minded standard-bearer to properly face up against the forthcoming iPhone 12 line. With
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Lenovo ThinkPad X13 (AMD): A Solid Contender
The celebrated ThinkPad X1 Carbon isn’t the only compelling ultraportable in Lenovo’s business lineup. If that 14-inch premium laptop is a bit too rich for your blood, consider the ThinkPad X13, a 13.3-inch model available with either Intel or AMD CP
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Intel Launches 11th Generation Core ‘Tiger Lake’ Laptop Processors
Intel’s next-generation Tiger Lake processors, unveiled this week, will bring refined artificial intelligence processing and dramatically improved graphics performance to new premium ultraportable laptops this fall. A total of nine Tiger Lake configu
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Do UV Light Phone Sanitizers Really Work?
The best ways to protect yourself against COVID-19 and other contagious illnesses include frequent hand washing, social distancing, and using appropriate personal protective equipment such as masks. If you’re looking to take your precautionary game t
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Intel ‘Iris Xe’ Is Here: 5 Ways Intel’s Powerful New Integrated Graphics Will Change Laptops
In early September, Intel pulled back the curtain on its 11th generation of mobile processors, known by the code name “Tiger Lake.” The first chips will appear as members of the long-running U-series of processors, designed for mainstream and ultrapo
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How to Get Hard-to-Find Electronics
It’s getting difficult, if not impossible, to find certain electronics items. And high on the list of in-demand items are laptops; even schools can’t get them. Low-range PCs of any size and shape are selling out, as are low-cost Chromebooks. Printers
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Hands On With the LG Wing: The Most Useful Dual-Screen Phone?
Ergonomics isn’t everything, but it’s a lot. The swiveling LG Wing has the most standard “phone” form factor of this year’s crop of amazing, expanding phones, giving you a dual-screen experience without feeling too chunky, wide, or weird in your hand
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How to Share Files Between Android Devices With Nearby Share
Do you own an Android device? A new feature from Google called Nearby Share lets you send photos, videos, and files to fellow Android users. As long as the devices are within a certain range, you can transfer any type of file. Nearby Share also taps
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The LG Wing Makes the iPhone 12 Look Boring
They fold. They flip. They swing. The weird phones are back, and I couldn’t be happier. After a decade of identical, featureless glass blocks, we’re seeing a slew of odd-looking, freshly formed smartphones popping onto the market. The Samsung Galaxy
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Survey: 64% of Parents Say They Received Little or No Tech Support for Remote Learning Last School Year
Distance learning is the new reality thrust upon most US parents and guardians by the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine. Before the new 2020-2021 school year kicked off, we conducted a survey to ask people what they’ve been dealing (and struggling) wi
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