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What is Nvidia GeForce Now?

Nvidia GeForce Now is a newly released cloud-streaming service that allows subscribers to play PC games regardless of the specs of their hardware. Instead, GeForce

Activision Blizzard just pulled its games from Nvidia’s GeForce Now, and that sucks

Game over man, game over. Nvidia and Activision Blizzard seem like close partners. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is one of the biggest games to

Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be missing two critical features

A comment on Reddit probably sums up the storm surrounding Nintendo’s next big title for the Switch. For a game popular for its relaxing gameplay,

HyperX Cloud Alpha S Review

HyperX has established itself as a go-to brand for gaming peripherals, both for casual and competitive professional gaming. Their gaming headsets in particular, offer great

Hands on: Nvidia GeForce Now Review

GeForce Now is a cloud-streaming service looking to challenge the likes of Google Stadia.  By subscribing, you’ll be able to play video games on a

Razer’s Kishi controllers give your smartphone Nintendo Switch skills

Razer announced the Kishi universal mobile gaming controllers at CES 2020, offering compatibility for cloud-gaming with the likes of Nvidia GeForce Now and Google Stadia.

Defender Guard 2K-resolution Wi-Fi Camera review: No cloud subscription required

With local storage and straightforward surveillance features, Defender Guard makes a great a gateway to DIY home security. One of the biggest barriers to buying

Opinion: I’d rather have a PS2 than Google Stadia this Christmas

Okay, Google. This console fan will admit that streaming games from the cloud probably is the future of gaming. Google Stadia is a window into a future of video

Google Drive vs. Microsoft OneDrive: A point-by-point comparison

Google and Microsoft’s rivalry covers all manner of online services and software. Here’s how the battle shakes out for online cloud storage. There are three

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon XR2 platform takes aim at true mixed reality

It looks like we’ll see a pair of Niantic AR glasses based on this, too. Pokemon Go goggles?? Qualcomm will use its newly announced Snapdragon

TP-Link Kasa Spot KC100 Indoor Security Camera Review

For this price, you can’t beat it! What is the TP-Link Kasa Spot KC100 Indoor Security Camera? Many Cloud and Security cameras have graced AVForums

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020 review: AI-powered image editor does wonders

Consumer-focused image editor reaches the next level. Over three decades, the revolutionary Adobe Photoshop has become an industry standard synonymous with image editing and manipulation.

Google Stadia works fine, but you don’t need this (or anything like it)

You might be at a point where you’re deciding on which cloud gaming/streaming gaming subscription system you’ll join. You might be drawn to Google Stadia,

The Google Stadia launch is a mess and gamers are furious

Today is the day for those patient gamers who signed up months ago to be Google Stadia Founders. However, despite the cloud-based service going live today, many

Winners and Losers: Xbox sits on cloud nine as Stadia falls down stream

The world of games streaming has grown exponentially throughout 2019, with Google, Microsoft, Sony and Nvidia all throwing their weight about the ring in preparation

Netatmo Smart Indoor Camera review

Smart security cameras are increasingly popular, with more of us taking an interest in what happens in our home when we’re not around – as

Xbox Console Streaming: How to stream Xbox One games to Android

Microsoft has announced that Xbox One testers can now access its latest Console Streaming feature, which is now available in a limited preview. The new

Canon Irista is dead – here’s how to save your photos

It’s a sad day for fans of Canon Irista. The company announced today that it will be killing off the cloud photo service in January

How to create a local account in Windows 10

Windows 10 doesn’t make it easy or obvious to create a secondary local account, but all it really takes is looking for the fine print.

Sony could be taking notes from Google with this Stadia-like PS5 controller

Sony has been caught filing a patent for a PlayStation controller suspiciously similar to the controller Google is pushing for gaming platform Stadia. The patent, first

Amber (A Personal Hybrid Cloud Device for Photographers) Review

LatticeWork enters the crowded hybrid cloud storage space with the introduction of their new Amber Personal Hybrid Cloud Storage Device As photographers, the issue of

Microsoft xCloud preview is live – here’s how to get an invite

The era of Xbox cloud streaming is getting underway, as Microsoft began sending invites for the public preview of the xCloud service. In a tweet

Live Planet VR live-streaming system review

Live Planet VR bills itself as “the only end-to-end VR system,” and technically, since it includes a camera system as well as a cloud publishing

HyperX Cloud Orbit S Review: the best gets cheaper

The HyperX Cloud Orbit S is without a doubt one of the nicest gaming headsets you can get. Based on the uber-premium Audeze Mobius, this

Kami Wire-Free Camera Kit review: Inexpensive, but you’ll get what you paid for

This security camera delivers, but you’ll need to pony up for a cloud subscription to get any usable surveillance video out of it. Kami is

Lorex 1080p Wire Free Camera System review: Connectivity problems sink this security solution

The Lorex Cirrus app’s inability to connect to its cameras means you can’t see what’s happening at home when you’re away. I really wanted to

Microsoft tests Windows 10 installation from the cloud

If you’ve ever found yourself scrambling to source a sizeable USB thumb drive to reinstall Windows 10 in a hurry, then you may be interested

HP Omen reveals classy gaming gadgets at Gamescom 2019

HP Omen has launched a number of products Gamescom 2019, ranging from a new super-smooth 240Hz Quad HD gaming monitor to multiple accessories to level

Nvidia GeForce Now: All the latest on the Google Stadia killer

Google Stadia has got everyone hyped up for cloud gaming, promising players the capability to play video games without the need for powerful hardware. No

Huawei Nova 5, 5 Pro and Nova 5i Hands-on, First Impressions: Will These Ever Arrive In The PH?

We stumble on Huawei’s new Nova 5 family in China We’re still in Shenzen, China for Huawei’s 2019 Developer Conference, where we managed to stumble