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Microsoft has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on advertising trying to make sure Windows 10 is a success. Unfortunately, it hasn’t spent enough time making sure its manufacturing partners send the same message. At least, that’s what appears to be the case according to a new report from our friends at Laptop Mag. That magazine runs an annual feature where they contact tech supporRead More
Remember when you bought your first 4K monitor? You were so impressed with the clarity, the visual quality, and the sharpness. Oh wait, you haven’t bought a 4K monitor yet? Nevermind. Not only is your full HD monitor obsolete, but your 4K monitor is too. Dell recently released a 5K monitor that has nearly twice as many megapixels as a 4K monitor. It’s the world’s first 5K monitor. IRead More
Since 2010, PC sales have been in steep decline. A lot of that market share has gone towards tablets. Some have pointed to these sliding sales as indication that we’re living in a “post PC era”. These people are right, of course. We live in a mobile world and consumers are changing their habits. However, there is some good news for PC users: the slide appears to have stopped (more or lRead More
Dell used to be Microsoft’s biggest manufacturing partner. And then Microsoft made the bizarre choice to create an operating system called Windows 8. Consumers hated Windows 8 and Microsoft’s manufacturing partners felt the pain. Sales plummeted and companies couldn’t give away Windows 8 tablets and computers. It got ugly. Fast. Well Dell, the world’s third largest PC maker, recentlyRead More
The headline listed above might seem outlandish to you. Even as you read these first lines, you may not believe me when I tell you that you can turn your TV into a computer simply by plugging in a USB stick. Five years ago, you would have been right: there was no way to turn your TV into a computer by plugging in a USB stick. Today, you’re wrong. Dell recently unveiled a concept device calledRead More
2012 was a great year to be an Ultrabook manufacturer. Sales figures increased around the world, and the Ultrabook is doing an admirable job of competing head-to-head against Apple products in the luxury laptop market. If you haven’t heard of Ultrabooks, then you’re not alone. Think of an Ultrabook as a MacBook that doesn’t use Apple hardware or software. Ultrabooks are slim, sleek, and pRead More
Windows 8 reached a significant milestone on its path to being released later this year. Microsoft announced that it had released its final build of Windows 8 to manufacturers. Called the ‘RTM’ stage of development (Released To Manufacturers), this allows Microsoft’s hardware partners to start optimizing their devices for release later this year. Over the next few months, hardware manufacRead More