Computers make our lives easier, but our digital devices don’t come without problems. Occasionally, software acts up, hardware breaks down, and our Macs require a little extra care. When something does go wrong, the first step to fixing the issue is isolation to find out whether you’re dealing with a software or hardware problem. Here,
Have you ever looked at your monster of a computer and wondered if it could do more for your music listening experience? Well, Spotify has got you covered. With the hardware acceleration feature, you can make the most of your machine and hear tunes like never before. So, how what exactly is hardware acceleration on Spotify
Samsung revealed a lot of new and exciting technology during its CES 2021 presentation. As you expect from Samsung, there were awesome screens, smart technology appliances, and more—though a notable lack of smartphone announcements. However, one thing caught the eye towards the end of the Samsung CES 2021 conference: an update to Galaxy Upcycling at Home.
You might not think much about the device names for your phone, computer, and other electronics. After all, whether you leave the name as “HP-8910245” or change it to “I’m So Awesome” has no effect on its performance. However, using good device names can result in better organization, productivity, or even just enjoyment. Let’s look
The spread of a global pandemic has been an unsettling time for people around the world. Amid the chaos, the tech industry has been disrupted, too, with announcements delayed and hardware releases postponed. Fortunately, we now have something to look forward to. Using an online presentation, Sony has given us the first technical details of
For years Microsoft has been insisting you follow the proper procedure when removing USB drives. While it wasn’t exactly a complicated procedure, you couldn’t just yank a device out of a USB slot without risking losing data. But that’s no longer the case. Quick Removal Is the New Default Policy for Devices As a reminder