Author: James

Check out Razer’s first ultrabook the newest gaming PC on the market!

Razer have been making some big noise recently on the PC laptop gaming scene and they’ve done this by announcing their first ultrabook gaming laptop the Razer Blade Stealth. Previous Blade laptops from Razer have been undeniably great but have been much heavier devices, now Razer’s new blade stealth ultrabook is only 0.52 inches thin and weighs 2.75 pounds which will really attract a lot of people. When it come down’s to actual specs every Razer Blade Stealth ultrabook model is powered by Intel’s latest Core i7 processors and you’ve got the choice between a 12.5-inch QHD or UHD...

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Online Games That Can Win You Money

We play games for a lot of reasons these days. For many of us, it’s merely the “time wasting” aspect of popular mobile app and browser games that appeals during down time. For some, games are used as a means of social interaction—a way to hang out with friends online or through a console when an in-person get together isn’t possible or practical. And for others, it’s the sheer entertainment value of a good, immersive video game that remains the primary draw. But thanks to the continuing spread of online gaming to include pretty much everything you could ever...

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Behind the Scenes of the Microsoft Surface Hub

The latest piece of technology from Microsoft is actually something that has been years in the making, beginning with a computer-science researcher and a concept back in 2002. Jeff Han is now an integral part of Microsoft’s new development, and is something that he has envisioned and executed for many years, building up to its exciting release at the Windows 10 launch in Redmond last January. Microsoft’s Surface Hub might be the biggest piece of technology, in terms of both size and innovation, but how did it come to be in existence? What is Microsoft Surface Hub? The Surface...

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Intel’s 2nd Generation Compute Stick Has Impressive Core M3, M5 chips

Intel’s Compute Stick might not look as exciting as some of the other gadgets at CES, such as LG’s OLEDs, but it is still impressive nonetheless. It is a great example of how far computing has come, it is a fully fledged Windows PC that can plug directly into your HDMI. The first release had some issues, it was slow, it had only one USB port, and port networking capabilities. The 2nd generation clearly aims to alleviate some of these issues, the entry-level Compute Stick ($159) packs in an Atom x5-z8400, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage with...

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Data usage of your apps

Are there still people out there without a smartphone? I know for a fact there are, but it’s hard to imagine. I think we can agree that most people own a smartphone and use it constantly. We just love playing games like Candy Crush, browse on the internet in the subway and we show our selfies, belfies, shelfies and welfies to the world. You use mobile data on the network of your provider. Maybe you have a montly prepaid plan, databundle or you buy Pay as you Go on a site like Mobiletopup.co.uk to top up your phone credit....

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