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FireWalla Review & Rating | PCMag.com
Unlike such competitors as Norton Core and F-Secure Sense, Firewalla doesn't attempt to replace your router. It simply sits on the network, monitoring and managing traffic and devices and applying some simple rules to network traffic. In testing, the central monitoring and control features proved very effective, but some other operations ranged from complex to extremely complex.
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4 days ago by jasonsamuels
Moto G7 for $300, and all the rest: How to tell all four new Moto G7 phones apart - CNET
The Moto G7 is the latest casualty of rising phone prices. While still "cheap," its price jumps up $50 to $299 from $249, a 20 percent hike from 2018 to 2019. The increase underscores that phones are getting more expensive to own across all categories, not just the most premium models, as component costs rise and slow sales hit dominant brands
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4 days ago by jasonsamuels
Avita Liber - Full Review and Benchmarks
Avita Liber's looks can be deceiving. For $699, this sleek laptop features a relatively sluggish 7th Gen Y-series processor, a dull 12.5-inch display, quiet speakers and short battery life. Besides that, there aren't nearly enough ports on this machine.
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9 days ago by jasonsamuels
Logitech's New Tap Solves Videoconferencing Control Woes
the Tap is low-slung and compact, at 2.3 by 9.6 by 7.0 inches (HWD), and works with multiple conferencing service providers. The device doesn't have its own brains; it must be connected to a small-form-factor computer
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11 days ago by jasonsamuels
HP Spectre Folio - Full Review and Benchmarks
It's not enough for a laptop to just look different; there needs to be some functionality to the form. The Spectre Folio 13 has both in spades. It's an undeniable head turner that's equal parts business and fashion. For $1,608, you get a stylish, versatile system with over 10 hours of battery life, 4G LTE connectivity, pen support and one of the best keyboards I've used on a 2-in-1.

However, for the money, I wish I could have gotten a U-series system for more oomph in the performance department.
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11 days ago by jasonsamuels
Report: Motorola Razr Returning With Foldable Screen, Hefty Price | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
Only around 200,000 units will be made, according to the Journal, which cites unnamed sources
motorola  gadgetluv  mobile  rumor 
4 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Let's Ogle Us Some 7nm: Handling the AMD Radeon VII Graphics Card | PCMag.com
This card will be landing in an interesting spot in the market. Lying between the 1440p-gaming-ideal GeForce RTX 2070 cards at around $500 and below the 4K-capable RTX 2080 cards at around $800, the Radeon VII hits one into the gap between two of Nvidia's high-end cards. Whether frame rates will turn this into a single or a triple, we'll have to see in testing
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5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Rokit Has the Wildest Phone Lineup at CES | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
Over in India, something called the Jio Phone has turned the cell phone market upside down. The Jio Phone is a very low-cost sort of half-smartphone running KaiOS on the new Reliance Jio 4G LTE network, and they've been selling at the rate of 7 million a month.

Jio's success has incensed BSNL, a competing cell-phone carrier that is also India's state-owned telecom. So BSNL signed a deal with a Rokit joint-venture to take Rokit's $34 feature phone and set it up as a Jio Phone competitor.

Here in the US, Rokit phones will be sold at Walmart.com.
startup  mobile  gadgetluv 
5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Look Out, Surface Studio: Hands On With Lenovo's Yoga A940 AIO | PCMag.com
With a lower starting price than the Studio machines and full-desktop components, the Yoga A940 should be an intriguing alternative to Microsoft's AIO for creators. The ability to open the base portion for service and upgrades is another distinction.
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5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
This Windows 10 Workstation Will Cost You $5,000 | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
Owners of the SmartDesk don't even have to use the trackpad. They can gesture with their hands to scroll through a webpage or zoom in. An integrated Leap Motion gesture controller on the desk will read the motions and translate them into commands.
windows  pc  gadgetluv 
5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Dell XPS 13 (9380) Review & Rating | PCMag.com
Dell moves the webcam to where it always should have been, fixing one of the very few faults of the drop-dead gorgeous, highly capable XPS 13. Earning our highest recommendation and a rare five-star rating, the XPS 13 (9380) is, indisputably, the best ultraportable laptop you can buy.
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5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Samsung Bolt gets Wi-Fi certification as a 5G hotspot, not a Galaxy phone
Two key differences between the models are their 5G chipsets and network support. South Korea’s model appears to use Samsung’s own Exynos 5G modem, and works with 3.5GHz radio spectrum allocated to 5G in that country. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon modems, by comparison, are designed for use on millimeter wave or sub-6GHz spectra, both of which will be used in the United States. The “V570V” could be a model specific to Verizon, which is expected to add both hotspots and smartphones to its 5G lineup this year
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5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2060 Brings Ray Tracing to the Masses
The RTX 2060, unveiled at CES on Sunday, is the new "entry-level" card in the GeForce RTX lineup. (Nvidia will continue to sell lower-end cards in the existing GTX "Pascal" line.) It will go on sale Jan. 15 for $349, an appealingly low price that marks the new entry point into the fledgling world of ray tracing in video games.
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5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Tile Partners With Chipmakers to Ensure You Never Lose Your Stuff | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
Tile announced at CES that it will also team up with Sennheiser, Sol Republic, Plantronics, and Soundcore by Anker, as well as BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) chipmakers for deeper product integration

The idea is that products with chips from Tile partners will be able to tap into "Find with Tile" features, which lets you locate devices with an app.
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5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
LG's Rollable OLED TV R Is Beyond Amazing
Expected to be available during the second half of 2019, the LG Signature OLED TV R (65R9) starts as an elegant aluminum box with the display hidden — called Zero View. But with a push of a button on the remote control, a gorgeous 4K TV emerges, complete with top-notch contrast and support for all the major HDR standards.
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5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
TP-Link’s new light switch is way more than a light switch - The Verge
TP-Link just announced a new switch that does so much more. It’s got a built-in voice assistant with its own microphones and speaker. It’s got a motion sensor to turn on and off the lights without me even asking. There’s even a built-in nightlight, and, of course, it plays music. And because they’ve got speakers, microphones, and buttons, and you’re probably going to buy at least two of them, TP-Link saw fit to make them function as intercoms.
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5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Asus’s new Chromebook Flip ups the screen size, adds 8th Gen Intel CPUs - The Verge
Like its predecessor, the C434’s main attraction is its 360-degree hinge, which allows its display to be flipped over and used like a tablet. Internally, its specs have been upgraded to support Intel’s 8th Gen CPUs. Asus has also added a single USB-A port to connect older peripherals.
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5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Huawei’s new MateBook 13 sets its sights on the MacBook Air - The Verge
Unlike the MateBook X Pro, with premium features and a seemingly impossibly low price that made it a nearly unbeatable combination, the MateBook 13 will face a bit more competition on price, with the Core i5 model selling for $999 and the Core i7 version going for $1,299
huawei  pc  gadgetluv 
5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels
Samsung’s 75-inch MicroLED 4K TV is a huge step into the future - The Verge
the bigger appeal of MicroLED is picture quality that should rival or beat OLED without any of the pitfalls of using an organic compound; that’s what the O in OLED stands for, after all. In theory, MicroLED should deliver perfect blacks (all of the microscopic LEDs can be turned off individually), best-in-class brightness, and an incredibly wide HDR color palette — without burn-in and hopefully with a significantly longer lifespan than OLED panels, since there’s no natural degradation to worry about.
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5 weeks ago by jasonsamuels

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