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Vision Impairment is Not a Game: Protect Your Eyes and Extend Your Game Time with Appropriate Eyewear

Whether you are a gaming enthusiast or an average computer user, staying glued to the screen for extended periods can take a toll on your eyes. You may experience eyestrain or blurred vision from time to time.

Building A Beastly Budget Gaming Battlestation

Building your own computer has long been a right of passage in the PC gaming world and it certainly has many benefits doing so. Choosing your own components and parts usually makes the whole ordeal a lot

Running Slow, Running Hot: Computer Fixes Anyone Can Do

There’s nothing worse than using a computer that’s just not working correctly: slow loading speeds, programs that seem to bog down the machine and annoying error messages will ruin your experience and make you want to throw

Custom Software Development Trends

2016 brought a lot of chatter about smart tools, predictive analytics and cloud offerings. 2017 is about launching those solutions in companies across a range of industries, helping businesses better connect with their users. Whether customers are

SSD VPS or non-SSD: What’s the difference?

On January 1, to herald the new year, Digital Trends wrote a compelling article with a showpiece title: “The battle between SSD and HDD is over, and the winner is clear.” Across several hundred words writer Brendan

Computers Trained to Detect Pathologies

Google has now taken computer technology to a new level by using computer based reasoning to aid in the detection of breast cancer. The machine is “taught” to look for cell patterns within the tissue slides, much

Power Up: Top Pointers for Connecting Your New Computer to The Internet

Most software and hardware that you find on your new computer updates, downloads, and runs with very little help from the user, thanks to the advent of plug and play technology. This includes the devices and programs

Why Is Low-Power So Important to The IoT?

Nearly everything in our lives is connected to the internet or other devices — or both. The Internet of Things (IoT) is now a part of everyday life, and changing just about everything, including how the devices