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Protect your data from power outage with APC

Data loss due to power outages is a huge risk for PC users both at home and for business. In the US alone, businesses have lost billions of dollars worth of data due to power outages, and those studies don't take into account personal data...

The iMac Pro is Apple’s most powerful iMac yet

Pro users hoping for Apple to release a superpowered all-in-one Mac are finally getting their wish fulfilled later this year as the company teased the iMac Pro at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) today. Arriving in December, the all-new iMac Pro is designed to be a...

New wireless premium mice from Logitech

When your job requires you sit in front of your computer all day, there are things to consider to ensure that you don't strain yourself, such as having good posture, invest in a comfortable chair, and get a good mouse. Often most people neglect that last one, especially...

This gaming monitor from Asus is ferociously spec’d

It's massive, curved, and has a ridiculously fast refresh rate. Meet the Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ gaming monitor. Introduced at Computex in Taipei this week, this 35-inch ultrawide gaming monitor is designed for the most serious of PC gamers with really fat wallets. With a 21:9 aspect...

Windows 7 most affected by WannaCry

WannaCry is still at large, and there have been reports of victims of the cyber-attack in nearby countries such as Malaysia and Singapore. Computers running Microsoft Windows are mostly affected by the ransomware, and according to Kaspersky Labs, the most vulnerable is Windows 7. Data released by...

Microsoft makes its own motion controllers for VR

Microsoft is really ambitious with pushing virtual and augmented reality (or mixed reality, as the company calls it) forward. The creator of Windows wants us to move away from the traditional desktop PC to wearing VR headsets when using a computer in the future. The...