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Notebook/Laptop Articles for August of 2015Below are the 23 Notebook/Laptop articles for August of 2015
It looks like a Chromecast prototype with an old-school antenna. It has a full-sized USB port and microSD card slot. This can’t be a PC, can it?
It’s no secret that keeping your brain in shape leads to increased productivity. A new app called Concurrency attempts to help you do that, through a process called interruption training.
If you're looking for a new gaming notebook to play the latest games but aren't sure what you need then we've got the answer. Here are five of the best[...]
Looking to take full advantage of the Apple Watch next semester? Here are 15 useful apps for back-to-school season 2015.
Lenovo's latest ThinkPad sports a fold-back hinge design that allows it to turn into a tablet. We find out if it's a good alternative to a regular ThinkPad.
To help you on your way to total security, we’ve rounded up a list of the top five anti-virus tools you need to check out. Four of the five are[...]
The ThinkPad W Series is being replaced with the new ThinkPad P Series of mobile workstations. Keep reading to see if more has changed than just a letter.
Video and photo editing applications have come of age. Better yet, the flood of available products from various software vendors is driving prices down and making it possible for just[...]
There are roughly 7 million entry- to mid-level Lumia phones out there, so it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the Lumia 735 is in many ways a[...]
The Samsung Galaxy Note5 comes with a spec bump and some new S Pen features. It's built for productivity, but does the original phablet still hold up against the big-screen[...]
The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ is either a larger and more powerful Galaxy S6 edge, or a Galaxy Note5 without the S Pen. Either way, it's an impressive Android smartphone.
Good news power users. Samsung is taking the best part of BlackBerry, the QWERTY keyboard, and making it a case.
High school grads are finally shipping off to college, and we have assembled a few tips and tricks to help parents buy their college bound graduate a new laptop.
What's the best fantasy football site? Well, if it looks good, sports fun features, has a reliable mobile app and lets you enjoy the game you love to play,[...]
It's big. It's powerful. It's pricey. On paper, the Samsung Galaxy Note5 is the phablet to beat. How well does this Android phablet hold up in practice?
System utility suites are designed to keep your Windows PC humming along by helping you to clean up software junk. Here are our picks for the top five products.
The words "attractive" and "mobile workstation" don't usually go together, but HP hopes to change that with its OMEN Pro. Keep reading to see if good looks and high performance[...]
It's undeniably an premium Android handset and it looks great. But how well do those looks translate into overall quality?
We explore Windows Update settings in Microsoft's latest operating system to help you make the decision to leave them as-is or customize to best suit your needs.
It’s time to dig into the nitty gritty in conquering the virtual gridiron We’re giving you our picks for the most helpful supplementary apps and websites. Let’s exit the huddle.
If you need a 15-inch laptop with the power to edit 4K video then walk right past the Apple Store and look at the ZenBook Pro from ASUS. Read on[...]
Accidents happen. If you need to find lost data just use these helpful tips to recover pictures, videos, and your important files.
This Windows laptop offers good enough performance, reliable build quality and a nice keyboard for less than $350. Let's find out if this is better than a cheap Chromebook or[...]