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Xbox is cutting the toxicity out of gaming – here’s how

Xbox is rolling out a barrage of changes to its community policy in a bid to end toxicity and cyber bullying on its platform. Xbox chief

Acer Predator Helios 300 review (15-inch PH315-52 2019 model – RTX 2060)

Summary: Acer did an excellent job with this redesigned Predator Helios 300 PH315-52, pretty much creating a new laptop from scratch, with a smaller form-factor,

How long does it take to charge an electric vehicle? How does an EV charge? Plus our EV glossary

Electric vehicles, or EVs, are coming. With recent government policy announcements honing in on a ‘green’ future, there’s some misinformation about charging an EV and

Tesla sales go online-only amid huge test drive change

Tesla is taking all of its car sales online, with the automaker claiming that you’ll be able to buy a new Model 3, Model S,

Spyrus Windows To Go live drive hands-on review

Here’s the scenario. You have your own laptop; it’s your favorite and very productive with it, and you want to use it for work. However,

Asus TUF FX504 GE review (i7-8750H, GTX 1050 Ti) – an affordable and toughly built gaming laptop

Summary: The TUF FX504 is a new entry from Asus in the budget to mid-range segment of gaming notebooks. Its main selling points are the

And finally: Fitbit forced to change warranty policy in Australia

Welcome one and all to And finally, the place to find out about the smaller stories from the world of wearables you may have missed. Missed the

We read your wearable tech’s privacy policy so you don’t have to

What you agreed to – GDPR edition Let’s face facts: When you get a new wearable device, whether it be a smartwatch or fitness tracker,

Your fitness app’s privacy policy may be about to change – and that’s good

Fitbit, Strava and Under Armour are tweaking their terms  Data privacy, especially when it comes to the tech, apps and platforms we use everyday, is

Intel’s Kaby Lake-G mystery: Why Radeon Vega M may be more Polaris than Vega

Vega may be in the eye of the beholder. Intel’s Kaby Lake-G chip harbors a mystery. PCWorld has learned the company’s exciting CPU/GPU combo chip may

Cyrus soundKey review

Say you were drawing up a list of possible contenders for hi-fi ubiquity only a few years ago. Only the very prescient put ‘portable DAC’ anywhere

Best Laptops to Buy for Your Kids

These days, many 3-year-olds have their own tablets. So by the time children start advancing in elementary school and doing serious homework, they may need

SVS Prime Elevation speaker review : An incredibly versatile audio solution for the home theater

These phenomenally versatile speakers can stand on their own or be incorporated into an immersive audio system for your home theater. Sometimes you come across

The Hoverboard You Should Get (So Far)

Whether hoverboards are this year’s Tickle Me Elmo or the beginning of a true movement in, well, movement is yet to be seen. Either way,

Kurio Xtreme 2 Tablet Review

The Pros Affordable price; Decent parental controls; Fun, motion-controlled games The Cons Sluggish performance; Short battery life; Relatively dim display Verdict The Kurio Xtreme 2

Microsoft: newer processors will only run Windows 10 or later

Microsoft has just revealed a new policy that once again tries to “encourage” users to upgrade to or embrace Windows 10, but this time it

2015 Moto Guzzi V7 II First Ride Review

I have to begin this article with one of my periodic confessions: I have very mixed feelings about the whole Retro Bike scene. To put

Sonos Play:5 review (2015): a generational leap forward

The all-new Sonos Play:5 is the company’s first major hardware revision; a fresh flagship for its fleet of WiFi-enabled speakers. Sonos’ products have always been

Maingear Announces Powerful NOMAD 15 Gaming Laptop

When you want to play PC games, you really have two choices: Either you play on your desktop, or you sacrifice quality for portability. But

Microsoft explains what data Windows 10 collects

Right from the get go, one of the most voiced criticisms of the new Windows 10, right next to forced system updates, is its privacy

Verizon Nixes Phone Subsidies With New Plan, Following Trend

Verizon Communications Inc. will require new customers to pay for their mobile devices up front or in monthly installments, following other wireless carriers who have

Firefox has a new security hole, but you can already patch it

Yesterday, someone noticed that an ad from a Russian news site was exploiting a serious vulnerability in the Firefox browser. According to a Mozilla security

Uber says no guns in cars, period

Drivers and passengers can no longer carry guns on Uber rides, even if they have a legal permit. Uber previously allowed partners to drive with

Uber will let drivers track your location, but only if you agree

Uber has rewritten its privacy policy to make it easier to grok and added some very important changes. According to the updated guidelines, the ride-sharing

Uber’s updated privacy policy spooks some users

Uber, amidst its various unveilings and announcements this week, has updated its privacy policy to do two things: make it more accessible for the average