iMac 2021: Everything we want to see from the next Apple desktop

The iMac is long due a redesign and, according to people familiar with Apple’s plans, 2021 could be its year.  This month, Bloomberg reported that Apple is

Top Laptops under PHP 100,000 (2020)

2020 may have been tumultuous for many, but that hasn’t stopped computer makers from innovating and churning out new products, especially that computers became in

Klipsch’s ProMedia 2.1 BT computer speakers will level up your home office

Affordable desktop speakers to flank your PC or laptop Looking to upgrade your home working environment? You could do a lot worse than a pair

The Idea of the Apple Macbook Pro Classic Excites Me

There’s a chance Apple might bring back the SD Card Port. All that I’ve wanted as a photographer is an SD card port. More specifically,

GTA 6 NPC drivers could be a whole lot smarter than their predecessors

If you’ve ever been attempting a carefully orchestrated heist in Grand Theft Auto, only to be foiled by the bizarre antics of computer-controlled drivers, then

Bloomberg: Major iMac and Mac Pro redesigns with Apple Silicon coming this year

The Apple iMac desktop computer is set for its first major redesign in almost ten years, in part aided by the new Apple Silicon processors,

Ford Maverick ute shapes up

Car-based compact pick-up destined for the Americas takes shape; Aussie fate remains unknown The 2021 Ford Maverick that was leaked earlier this week has now

DFI GHF51 Single-Board Computer Hands-On

The DFI GHF51 is a well-built single-board computer for enterprise use that offers a decent amount of features. The cornerstone of the board is the

CyberPower SL700U standby UPS review

The eight-outlet CyberPower SL700U has a problem: it’s not exactly fish nor fowl. This well-made, relatively compact unit can provide backup power of up to

The Schenker XMG Core 17 (2020) offers three video outputs and space for two SSDs

The hardware of the Schenker XMG Core 17 brings all modern computer games smoothly onto the matte 17.3-inch screen (Full HD, IPS, 144 Hz). The

The Best Computer Speakers to Upgrade Your Laptop or Desktop

A set of computer speakers is an easy (and relatively affordable) way of upgrading the audio quality of your desktop or laptop. We’re spending more

Software worth paying for: 10 programs you won’t regret buying

Sure, you can stock your PC with some excellent freebies, but this software is worth paying for. Sometimes, you get what you pay for. Outfitting

Apple “Personal Safety is At Risk” document helps you avoid stalkers

Apple just published a document called “Device and Data Access when Personal Safety is At Risk.” This document was published as a PDF, made to

Thermaltake ToughRAM RGB DDR4-4600 C19 2x8GB Review

Thermaltake, like many other computer hardware companies, has many facets and deals in multiple types of products. As a memory vendor, Thermaltake actually has a

Gateway Creator Series (AMD) review: A decent entry-level option for creators

The Gateway Creator Series laptop with AMD works well enough as a starter system for budding creators, as well as doubling up as a gaming

Cyberpunk 2077 on mobile could bring about Google Stadia’s renaissance

When Cyberpunk 2077 was first announced in 2012, few would have considered playing it on mobiles – the iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Nokia Lumia

Beelink BT3-X Mini Pc Review: Comes with Intel Apollo Lake J3355 4GB DDR4 64GB eMMC

Which accompanies Intel Graphics 500 designs processor, Intel Apollo Lake J3355, just to specify a couple of its quality. The Beelink BT3-X is a little

Xiaovv USB Camera Review

We live in a period where we all are now connected. For one reason or another, most people spend several hours in front of a

Startup Toolbox: Necessary Supplies to Kickstart Your Business

Great ideas need great implementations. Whether you are launching another franchise or starting a small firm, you need financial investments to create a significant market

Sabrent EC-TFNE review

USB drives are nothing new, but with newer USB upgrades coming out, they are getting faster. While most USB sticks come in a specific size,

Tripp Lite AVR900U UPS review: This uninterruptible power supply has the wrong set of features

It’s a quality product in general, but not the right choice for computers or home network gear. The 12-outlet Tripp Lite AVR900U is the wrong

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti review

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti may be the most exciting of the Nvidia Ampere releases yet. While graphics cards like the Nvidia GeForce RTX

Logitech Z407 Review

We’re see fewer and fewer new computer-focused speaker these days, but they’re out there, often with the added benefit of Bluetooth for connecting your mobile

10 must-have apps for your new Apple Watch

Take your little wrist computer to the next level with these great apps. The Apple Watch is great right out of the box, but you’ll

How to use an iPad as a second screen on Mac and Windows

Whether you’re working at home and want a bit more desktop real estate, or you’re out and about and need a second screen, we’ll show

Samsung’s M5 Series Smart Monitor Comes With Built-in Office 365, Remote PC Access, And Entertainment Apps, So You Can Use It As A Standalone PC

Some monitors are meant for productivity. Others are fashioned for gaming. Whichever the case, though, all of them are designed to hook up to a computer to

Ultimate Atari Fight Stick With Trackball Is An All-In-One Two-Player Arcade Console With 100 Of Your Favorite Atari Games Onboard

There are plenty of joystick-based controllers out there that you can use to play classic arcade games like you’re in an arcade mall in the middle of

HotDive Pro Turns Your Phone Into A Dive Computer, An Underwater Camera, And A Fill Light

Scuba diving is fun. Shelling out all that money to get yourself properly geared up to make the most of the water, not so much.


The Mac mini has always been Apple’s most flexible desktop computer. Sure, most people go for the traditional experience and plug in a display, mouse,

13-inch MacBook Pro M1 review: Amazing breakthroughs in processing and battery performance

Testing shows remarkable performance benefits when using native software. For years, it’s been iPhone this, iPhone that. And for good reason. But now, the Mac—the