We provide technological news & articles, videos AND social media posts.. Get the latest tech at low prices … computing is still  a personal  thing  – get the right  device for the  right user.

Computers and Laptops

Home Electronics

Smart Phones

What they say about us

Very Good Service

I was looking for a good laptop at reasonable price . I have found both on this site, was easy to search , every thing which I was looking for laptop in detail. offering flexible ways to deliver as well. very pleased with website and service

Corey Williams

Great Website

Very efficient and easy to use site the paypal intergration is the best and there is also lots of savings involved as well. A fair price. will be shopping on here again, the guest checkout feature is also useful.

Sarah Anderson

Great Customer Support

I have been looking for an all-in-one computer for some time. Visited your web site and had a chat on line with a very friendly and helpful person. He was very responsive to my questions which helped me make my decisions on which computer to buy.

Jim Thurston

Your first project in Azure – TechNet UK Blog

Ever considered creating something in the cloud, but didn’t quite know where to start? It can be a daunting subject to approach, especially if you have little to no experience working with it. Fortunately, it’s never been easier to see what you can do. The best way to learn something new has always been getting hands-on, which is why you can use a free Azure trial to test out some of the tools and services. That way, at the end…

Read More

Apple Has Suspended Humans Listening To Your Siri Recordings (For Now)

It’s commonly accepted Siri is the most garbage of the smart AI assistants. To make matters worse, Apple is getting human contractors to listen to the questions you’re asking her – regardless of how private or confidential the audio is. Following a public outcry, this dubious practice will soon be an optional “feature”. Apple Contractors Reportedly Overhear Sensitive Information And Sexy Times Thanks To Siri First Amazon, then Google, and now Apple have all confirmed that their devices are not…

Read More

Delve deep, steal loot and survive as long as you can in ‘Redungeon’ [Game of the Week]

When it comes to types of mobile games, it seems the roguelike is a rather popular choice among developers and gamers alike. With all the options out there, it can be essential to cut through the noise and find the outstanding ones. In my experience, Redungeon is one of the better entrants into this category. From British game developer Nitrome, Redungeon is an excellent dungeon crawler that’ll have you dodging beasts and avoiding traps. The controls are simple: you’ve got…

Read More

Facebook shuts 350 accounts it says were run by people linked to Saudi government – National

People connected to the government of Saudi Arabia have run a network of fake accounts and pages on Facebook Inc to promote state propaganda and attack regional rivals, the social media giant said on Thursday. Facebook said it had suspended more than 350 accounts and pages with about 1.4 million followers, the latest takedown in an ongoing effort to combat “coordinated inauthentic behavior” on its platform, and the first such activity it has linked to the Saudi government. WATCH: Dec.…

Read More

Hackaday Links: August 4, 2019

Is the hacking community facing a HOPEless future? It may well be, if this report from 2600 Magazine is any indication. The biennial “Hackers On Planet Earth” conference is in serious financial jeopardy after the venue that’s hosted it for years, the Hotel Pennsylvania in Manhattan, announced a three-fold increase in price. Organizers are scrambling to save the conference and they’re asking for the community’s help in brainstorming solutions. Hackaday was at HOPE XI in 2016 and HOPE XII in 2018;…

Read More

What Brexit means for Scotland: A Q&A with Nicola Sturgeon

Live from TEDSummit 2019 The penultimate session of TEDSummit 2019 had a bit of everything — new thoughts on aging, loneliness and happiness as well as breakthrough science, music and even a bit of comedy. The event: TEDSummit 2019, Session 5: Stages of Life, hosted by Kelly Stoetzel and Alex Moura When and where: Wednesday, July 24, 2019, 5pm […] Live from TEDSummit 2019 In the final session of TEDSummit 2019, the themes from the week — our search for…

Read More

Save Google Slides Presentations as Video Files with Audio

With Microsoft Powerpoint, you can easily convert your presentation decks into high-resolution video files for uploading to YouTube and other video sites. The exported video files can also include all the voice narrations and background audio that you may have included in the presentation. Google Slides doesn’t offer an option to save presentations as videos but there’s a new add-on in town – Creator Studio – that brings new export capabilities to your Google Slides. With Creator Studio, you’ll be…

Read More

How to Protect Your Smarthome from Attack

Aleksandra Sova/Shutterstock Every new device you introduce into your smarthome is another device that can be attacked. You can secure your smarthome with simple steps like locking down your router and taking proper care of the gadgets in your smarthome. Start with Your Router Proxima Studio/Shutterstock Most smarthome devices require access to the internet to work correctly. While not all devices connect directly to the internet (like z-wave bulbs), those that don’t typically connect to a hub or other device…

Read More

The Unihertz Titan is a bargain-priced Blackberry-alike built for punishment – BGR

It goes without saying, but BlackBerry isn’t what it once was. The brand, which now relies on partners to manufacture its devices, has had a tough time sparking interest in its various smartphones. But there are still plenty of people who love having a physical keyboard on their smartphone, and Unihertz — the company that launched a pint-sized 4G Android phone back in 2017 after a successful Kickstarter campaign — sees an opportunity. The company’s newest effort is called the…

Read More

How Are Process Nodes Defined?

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. We talk a lot about process nodes at ExtremeTech, but we don’t often refer back to what a process node technically is. With Intel’s 10nm node moving towards production, I’ve noticed an uptick in conversations around this issue and confusion about whether TSMC and Samsung possess a… This is only a snippet of article written by Joel Hruska Read Full Article

Read More

3rd Party Patch Roundup – July 2019

As July comes to an end, summer is winding down in most of the northern hemisphere. Parents and children in many areas are starting to prepare for the beginning of a new school year.  Parts of Europe will soon be experiencing “August shutdown” as many workers go on vacation. Those of us in especially hot climates are looking forward to the cooler light at the end of the tunnel when autumn arrives. The swallows are staging to leave their northern…

Read More

Scoring a Deal With a Big School District Is the Dream. But Is It Worth It?

Getting into large school districts, like those in Los Angeles or Chicago, is the stuff of dreams for many education technology entrepreneurs. The New York City Department of Education, the largest in the nation, covers 1,800 schools serving nearly a million students. But it can also feel like a pipe dream, as the challenge of winning a contract can be as gargantuan as the student body. Still, there are some simple tips to follow and tripwires to avoid, says Phil…

Read More

Uber’s Emil Michael was apparently too awful, even for Donald Trump

Well, it seems Emil Michael, Uber’s notorious former ‘SVP of business,’ is back in the news again.  A trove of leaked Trump Administration documents obtained by Axios shows that Michael was once considered as a potential candidate for Donald Trump’s Secretary of Transportation. This is not a total shock, given his history working as a special assistant to the Secretary of Defence and his time building the most disruptive company in the transportation space, Uber. Or at least it wouldn’t…

Read More

The Best Laptops for Engineering Students

Is your laptop or PC coming to the end of its life cycle? Or are you a new student looking to purchase your first laptop for the coming semester? If your answers are yes and you are currently stuck in a rut as far as making a choice is concerned, this post is for you. In this post, we analyze the best laptops for engineering students that will help you in achieving your daily goals. The analysis will take into…

Read More

Cybersecurity experts weigh in on Capital One breach

This week’s news of the breach at Capital One Financial Corp. rocked the world and has cybersecurity experts buzzing to analyze what went wrong and advise others how to prevent similar issues at their own organizations. Private information given to Capital One through credit applications were exposed in a hack that the authorities believe was perpetrated by Paige Thompson, a suspect who was quickly apprehended once Capital One reported the breach to the FBI. Roughly 100 million Americans and 6…

Read More

A leading Outsourcing App Development Company

You have come up with a million-dollar idea for a mobile application and now you are confused on the path for development. For the next few minutes, you will be endlessly occupied in weighing all the options you have about how to outsource app development for your big billion app idea.Following the latest innovations in technology and its applications, the world has transformed multiple industries that drive the global economic growth forward. The mobile app industry is flourishing with 4.5…

Read More

Sound Blaster Evo Wireless Headphones: Audiophile Hands-On Review

Everyone needs a good pair of headphones. Whether it’s for music, podcasts or business related calls, more and more people are relying on isolated sound to get what they need done. I’m no different. In fact, I’m a bit of an audiophile. That’s why I’m excited to talk about my experience with Sound Blaster’s Evo Wireless headphones. Here’s what I think about them after using them for a while. Design Let me begin by talking about the look of these…

Read More

Purevpn Review 2019

PureVPN needs no introduction in the VPN industry as it ranks in the top 3 top-tier VPN services. The VPN service has maintained top position in the market due to its massive user base which is spread across the globe, largest server as well as IP pool, advanced features and functionalities, and more. If you are looking for PureVPN review, you can even find tons of websites discussing the many benefits of this VPN service. In fact, apart from the…

Read More

20 Tips for Driving Relevant Traffic to Your Trade Show Booth » Martech Zone

Trade shows have distinct advantages that make them a great return on investment for your marketing show. The audience is the most relevant, the attendees are more likely to have budget, and companies are sending their staff to research purchase decisions. That’s a trifecta of advantages. It doesn’t come without an expense, though. Renting booth space is a premium and working to get traffic to your booth is a battle… between you and every other booth at the event. So,…

Read More

How to professional color calibrate your display. monitor; obtain accurate colors: Colormunki Smyle

How to professional color calibrate your display / monitor to obtain accurate colors – Colormunki Smyle – Color Display Calibration. For photo hobbyists, design enthusiasts, gamers and web viewing, ColorMunki Smile is a super simple way to get more accurate color from your monitor in Windows and Apple® iOS® devices. The process is easy. The results are amazing. Please LIKE this video and SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL. i Technology Review – You got to love technology because technology is part…

Read More
About Us