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Published: Tue, 16 Jan 2018 21:35:55 -0800

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Steam is selling Papers, Please for $2 today

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 10:31:00 -0800

Yearning to smuggle drugs or participate in other questionable antics on the border of an imaginary Eastern Bloc-esque country? Today's Steam Daily Deal is for you. Right now, the online gaming retailer is selling Lucas Pope's Papers, Please for $2. You've got quite a while to get this deal as Steam's "daily deal" ends just before 9AM on Wednesday Pacific time. The game is usually $10.

Papers, Please is a very engrossing game despite its low-buck graphics (the game only takes up 41MB on your hard drive). Regardless, we were so enthralled with it that we named it our Game of the Year for 2013.

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Apple’s iOS 11.2.2 Spectre patch probably won’t slow down your iPhone, but here’s what to do if it does

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 07:46:00 -0800

There are reports that Apple's iOS 11.2.2 Spectre security update is slowing down some older iPhones. That shouldn't be the case for most people, but here's what to do if your phone is affected.


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Final Fantasy XV's PC port needs up to 155GB of storage space

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 06:08:00 -0800

Final Fantasy XV fans better clear some room on their drives, because they’re the latest victims of ballooning video game install sizes. And it’s really big this time.

The previous record holder was Forza Motorsport 7, which arrived last October with a 99GB footprint. Square Enix has blown that record out of the digital waters though, announcing today that Final Fantasy XV ’s PC port will require a whopping 155GB of storage space when it arrives on March 6.

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Yamaha YAS-207 soundbar review: A taste of immersive audio in a spouse-friendly footprint

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 04:00:00 -0800

The first soundbar with DTS Virtual:X technology is impressive, but it's not perfect.


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JBL Pulse 3 review: This weatherproof Bluetooth speaker puts on a fun light show

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 03:00:00 -0800

An IPX7 weatherization rating means this speaker can survive a dip in the pool, but it's audio performance left us wanting.


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Microsoft is shutting down its free upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 on Jan. 16

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 06:00:00 -0800

If you’re still running Windows 8.1, be advised that Microsoft shut down mainstream support a week ago. But there’s still a last-ditch upgrade path to Windows 10: Microsoft’s assistive technology loophole, which closes January 16. 

Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 8.1 on January 9, five years after the operating system’s debut. Essentially, it’s dead, and for the average consumer, Windows 8.1 will remain forever unchanged, with no new features or bug fixes. Instead, Microsoft has migrated the OS to “extended support,” which will provide security updates for another five years, until 2023. 

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Nest Cam IQ Outdoor review: Nest's upgraded outdoor security camera is a winner

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:30:00 -0800

Nest follows the blueprint of the Nest Cam IQ indoor camera with its second outdoor model.


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Save Hundreds On 70+ Hours Of Professional Excel Training ($49)

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:01:00 -0800

Microsoft Excel is undoubtedly one of the most popular spreadsheet tools used in today's companies, and while most of us know how to leverage its basic functions, few take the time to learn its advanced capabilities. The truth is Excel boasts a trove of features that can help you streamline or even automate parts of your workflow, which can help you impress at the office and even qualify yourself for a promotion—if you have the right training.

The Ultimate Excel Bootcamp Bundle offers 70+ hours of Excel instruction, and it can be yours for only $49.

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iHome iAVS16B review: This smart bedside clock radio gets Alexa in the mix

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:00:00 -0800

Though it has some growing to do, iHome + Alexa make for an impressive couple.


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Here's how much the Meltdown and Spectre fix hurt my Surface Book performance

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 03:45:00 -0800

As a performance junkie, I’m less concerned about the security risks of the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities—after all, there are no known exploits in use today—than I am about a performance hit from the fixes.

And from what I’m seeing, my concerns are warranted.

My sole experience with a fully updated platform so far is with Microsoft’s original Surface Book. It’s based on an Intel “Skylake” Core i7-6700U and has 16GB of LPDDR3 and a 512GB Samsung 950 Pro NVMe drive. The Surface Book is running the 64-bit Windows 10 Pro Fall Creator’s Update.

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Avira Antivirus Pro review: Great performance, but the free version is probably sufficient

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 14:36:00 -0800

Avira is a great choice for people who want a no-nonsense antivirus security suite with very few extras. The company certainly has a whole roster of services and features including a software updater, password manager, VPN, and system analyzer. However, Avira focuses on its antivirus offerings first. Antivirus Pro—the subject of this review—is its main product for home users.

Like its competitors, Avira has an “ultimate” package called Prime that offers all its products for a single price. It’s quite pricey, however, at $120 to $156 per year depending on how many devices you need to license.

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The Full Nerd episode 38: Kaby Lake G, Zen+, and the best of CES

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 12:41:00 -0800


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Everything we think we know about the Samsung Galaxy S9

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 12:02:00 -0800

It might seem like the Galaxy S8 just arrived, but we’re already looking ahead to the S9. Samsung blew us away with the Infinity Display and all-glass design of the S8. Expectations are high for S9, as the highly anticipated smartphone sets the stage for the rest of 2018 flagships to follow. Here’s everything we think we know about Samsung’s next Galaxy phone.

Update 1/12/18: A leak of the Galaxy S9 box reveals some details about the camera, including super-slo motion and variable aperture.

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This week in games: Big Destiny 2 changes revealed, Dark Souls finally gets a proper PC port

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 12:00:00 -0800

I didn’t expect to come away from CES 2018 thinking the highlight was a motherboard, but here we are. Or maybe that’s just a sign of CES’s weird spiral into the world’s largest SkyMall catalog.

As for games? Well, nothing much at CES. Dark Souls is getting a remaster and (hopefully) proper PC port though, Total War’s got a second historical game releasing this year, Cyberpunk 2077 showed signs of life, Bungie promised huge changes to Destiny 2, Stellaris is adding Death Stars, and more.

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The best SSDs of 2018

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 11:19:00 -0800

Switching to a solid-state drive is the best upgrade you can make for your PC. These wondrous devices obliterate long boot times, speed up how fast your programs and games load, and generally makes your computer feel fast. But not all solid-state drives are created equal. The best SSDs offer solid performance at affordable prices—or, if price is no object, face-meltingly fast read and write speeds.

This article was last updated on January 12, 2018 to mention Intel's new Optane 800P SSD.

Many SSDs come in a 2.5-inch form factor and communicate with PCs via the same SATA ports used by traditional hard drives. But out on the bleeding-edge of NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) drives, you’ll find tiny “gumstick” SSDs that fit in M.2 connections on modern motherboards, SSDs that sit on a PCIe adapter and slot into your motherboard like a graphics card or sound card, futuristic 3D Xpoint drives, and more. Picking the perfect SSD isn’t as simple as it used to be.

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Aukey is selling its 12,000mAh power bank for $12 right now

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 10:12:00 -0800

Today’s a good time for getting a deal on mobile charging gear: Aukey via Amazon has dropped the price of its 12,000mAh portable charger to $12. This is one of the cheapest prices we’ve seen.

To get the deal, you must redeem the coupon in the drop-down menu near the current price of $26. At the time of this writing, three deals were available—the one you want is titled “54% off it item(s).”

This charger offers two USB ports with a combined 4.8A output, with Aukey claiming that you can “simultaneously charge two iPads at max speed.” It also features Aukey’s AiPower feature that provides the safest and fastest recharge rate for anything you connect.

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CES was surprisingly subdued for cord-cutting

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 09:33:00 -0800

For cord-cutters, CES was quieter than usual, as companies like Tablo and Mohu avoided the show.


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The Samsung Galaxy X folding phone rumor just won’t die and I wish it would

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 08:55:00 -0800

If you were one of the lucky few to get invited into Samsung’s secret briefing at CES 2018, you didn't get a look at the upcoming Galaxy S9. Instead, you would have seen specs for the company’s white whale: a foldable phone. According to people who were there, the handset has a 7.3-inch screen, folds both ways, and is due to launch later this year.

And if you were at last year’s Mobile World Congress or CES in 2011, you saw something similar.

Samsung is so proud of its foldable screen tech that it’s been trotting it out for no less than seven years. And every year like clockwork, we’re convinced that this is the year it’s coming out. Maybe by the end of 2018 there will finally be a foldable Samsung Galaxy X phone for sale. But I’m not holding my breath.

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MSI's GE73VR gaming laptop brings RGB lights to new places

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 08:18:00 -0800

When Alexander saw his laptop, he wept, for there were no more things to put RGB LEDs on. Well, at least until he talked to MSI. 

With few places left to put RGB lights in blinged-out gaming laptops, MSI has found one more thing to light up: The rear lid. Sure, the GE73VR Raider RGB already packs a super-fast Core i7 processor and a full-tilt GeForce GTX 1070 GPU (none of that Max-Q stuff), but MSI decided it needed one more thing—a 24-zone RGB LED on back.

Not all things are bling though. Besides the GE73VR, MSI said it plans to bring a high-dynamic range (HDR) panel to its top dog GT75VR gaming laptop this year as well. Specs and prices of the panel weren't announced, but we can say we saw the HDR panel in action on a prototype and, well, it made the standard panels look downright dull in comparison.

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How to protect your PC from the major Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 07:53:00 -0800

A pair of nasty CPU flaws exposed this week have serious ramifications for home computer users. Meltdown and Spectre let attackers access protected information in your PC’s kernel memory, potentially revealing sensitive details like passwords, cryptographic keys, personal photos and email, or anything else you’ve used on your computer. These are serious flaws. Fortunately, CPU and operating system vendors pushed out patches fast, and you can protect your PC from Meltdown and Spectre to some degree.

It’s not a quick one-and-done deal, though. They’re two very different CPU flaws that touch every part of your operating system, from hardware to software to the operating system itself. Check out PCWorld’s Meltdown and Spectre FAQ for everything you need to know about the vulnerabilities themselves. We’ve cut through the technical jargon to explain what you need to know in clear, easy-to-read language. We’ve also created an overview of how the Spectre CPU bug affects phones and tablets.

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Meltdown and Spectre FAQ: How the critical CPU flaws affect PCs and Macs

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 07:42:00 -0800

Massive security vulnerabilities in modern CPUs are forcing a redesign of the kernel software at the heart of all major operating systems. Since the issues—dubbed Meltdown and Spectre—exist in the CPU hardware itself, Windows, Linux, Android, macOS, iOS, Chromebooks, and other operating systems all need to protect against it. And worse, plugging the hole can negatively affect your PC’s performance.

Everyday home users shouldn’t panic too much though. Just apply all available updates and keep your antivirus software vigilant, as ever. If you want to dive right into the action without all the background information, we’ve also created a focused guide on how to protect your PC against Meltdown and Spectre.

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AMD processors will get a firmware update for the Spectre CPU exploit, but it's optional

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 07:16:00 -0800

AMD will release firmware updates for its processors to protect against the devastating Spectre CPU exploits that affect every modern computer, phone, and tablet. Unlike Intel’s flurry of CPU firmware updates, however, they aren’t being treated as critical must-install patches.

When Meltdown and Spectre were uncovered, AMD said that its CPUs aren’t vulnerable to Meltdown, the first Spectre flaw would be resolved via operating system and software updates, and “differences in AMD architecture mean there is a near zero risk of exploitation” of the Spectre second variant. Nevertheless, while AMD CTO Mark Papermaster says “we believe that AMD’s processor architectures make it difficult to exploit Variant 2,” AMD now plans to patch its CPUs against it.

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How to take a screenshot on any Android phone

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 05:26:00 -0800

Every Android phone is different, and so is taking screenshots with them. Even though Android 4 introduced simple screenshots for all with the handy power-and-volume-down-key combo, nailing it can still be tricky. That's why some phone makers have introduced new methods. We're here to help: Just find your Android phone on the list below to learn the various ways to snap, share, and save a screenshot.Acer phones Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Pull down the notification panel to reach quick settings and tap the Screenshot icon. Asus phones Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Pull down the notification panel to reach quick settings and tap the Screenshot icon. Google phones Nexus: Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Pixels: Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. HTC phones HTC U series: Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. HTC 10: Hold down the home and power buttons OR hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. All other HTC phones: Hold down power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Huawei and Honor phones Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Pull down the notification panel, switch to Shortcuts, and tap the Screenshot icon. Lenovo Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Pull down the notification panel and tap the Screen Shot icon. LG phones Hold down the power (located on the back of the phone) and the volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Pull down the notification panel and tap the Capture+ icon. Motorola phones Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Samsung phones Galaxy S8 and Note 8: Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Galaxy S7 and earlier: Hold down the home and power buttons for a couple of seconds. Sony phones Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Hold down the power key until a screen appears and tap Take screenshot. ZTE phones Hold down the power and volume-down buttons for a couple of seconds. Google Assistant On supported phones, you can also ask Google Assistant to take a screenshot for you. When you're on the screen you want to snap, just say, "OK Google, take a screenshot," and it will oblige, saving a picture of the screen below the Assistant interface. So if you want to capture the Google Assistant screen itself, you'll have to use the hardware buttons.To read this article in full, please click here[...]


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ESET Internet Security review: A highly rated security suite with an eye on the connected home

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 05:00:00 -0800

Slovakia-based ESET is a security company that wants to do it all. Its Internet Security suite aims to monitor and destroy malware through its entire life cycle (before and after execution), the company has AV suites for Windows, Mac, and Linux, and it offers protection for smart home devices.

ESET has some pretty big aims. Here’s how it all shakes out in the 2018 version of ESET Internet Security.

When you first start up ESET you’re presented with a basic information page that includes the image of a mildly creepy android and the message that you’re protected.

Note: This review is part of our best antivirus roundup. Go there for details about competing products and how we tested them.

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10 big CES reveals that PC enthusiasts need to know about

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 03:36:00 -0800

An ominous Spectre hung over CES 2018’s PC announcements, as the industry grapples with how to protect against devastating CPU exploits that melt down security on damned near every computer on the planet. But put all that aside for now: 2017 was one of the best years for PC hardware ever, and at CES 2018, the PC kept the pedal firmly planted to the metal.

Intel and AMD joined forces on a powerful chip. Nvidia pushed gaming displays way past the limits of what we’ve seen so far. Next-gen routers and VR headsets made their debut. Heck, Asus used an optical illusion to make multi-monitor setups even more immersive!

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CES 2018: The best products we saw at the show

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 03:04:00 -0800

CES 2018 is winding down, and we finally have a chance to pause and reflect on what we saw that was actually great. Products that advanced their category, or broke new ground. Things that leaped ahead of the competition, Or maybe they just looked cool.

It's easy to hit saturation at CES, but these are the products we're still talking about when everything else has blurred together. We start with the product that was so innovative, two of us raved about it. 

Creative Super X-Fi headphone holography

Hands down, this was the best demo of CES—and it’s the product I’m most looking forward to reviewing this year. Creative’s DSP chip and software analyzes how your ears perceive sound, based on photos of each of your ears and your face. It then synthesizes this data with information about the headphones you indicate you’re using and the acoustics of the room you wish to emulate,  and builds a custom audio model for processing the sound passing through the chip.

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Five new features in Windows 10 Insider Build 17074 include Quiet Hours, Edge autofilling

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 19:06:00 -0800

Microsoft fittingly released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17074 in the late hours of Thursday afternoon. The new build adds improvements to Quiet Hours, which will automatically dial down notifications, as well as a host of other improvements such as autofilling forms in Microsoft Edge.

As might be expected, Microsoft’s first Insider build of 2018 is a large one. Though the majority of changes might be classified as cosmetic rather than substantive, one of the most significant areas of improvements includes ebooks, whose interface now is both more user-friendly and consistent.

It’s also worth noting that, while Microsoft has reportedly rolled out mitigations for the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities in its Janaury rollup updates, this new patch also includes (possibly new) mitigations to protect Windows Insiders from both vulnerabilities. 

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PCWorld's January Digital Magazine: Laptop Revolution

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 16:16:00 -0800

Stay on top of the latest tech with PCWorld’s Digital Edition. Available as single copies or as a yearlong subscription, it highlights the best content from PCWorld.com—the most important news, the key product reviews, and the most useful features and how-to stories—in a curated Digital Edition for Android and iOS, as well for the desktop and other tablet readers.

In the January issue

This issue we take a first look at Qualcomm’s Snapdragon PCs which push battery life over performance. We also review the Dell XPS 13 (2017): a great laptop made even greater with Intel’s 8th-gen CPU.

Other highlights include:

  • News: Titan V revealed: Nvidia's monstrous Volta GPU finally comes to PCs
  • Surface Book 2 review: The ultimate laptop improves in every way but one
  • Alienware 15 Review: It's built like a tank you can actually carry
  • Here's How: Five hidden features of Android 8.0 Oreo you should be using

Video highlights

Watch: The Huawei Mate 10 Pro is the kind of flagship phone you’d expect from Samsung and Google, packed with premium features, and oozing power. While it will no doubt struggle to compete with the likes of the Galaxy Note 8 and Google Pixel 2 XL once it releases in the U.S. (mainly due to a lack of carrier support), Huawei has nonetheless proven that it’s worthy of its No. 2 position on the smartphone charts. 

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Skype taps Whisper's Signal protocol to test encrypted calls and chats

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 11:33:00 -0800

Skype became the latest chat app to adopt encrypted communications on Thursday, as Microsoft taps Whisper Systems’ Signal protocol in a preview version of both desktop and mobile clients.

The feature, known as Private Conversations, is available to iOS, Android, Linux, Mac, and the Win32-based Windows desktop app in beta form. Microsoft said that after its round of testing is complete, the company would work to integrate Private Conversations into the UWP version of Skype that ships as part of Windows 10.

Private Conversations allows users to conduct end-to-end encrypted Skype audio calls between two people, and send text messages or files like images, audio, or videos between them. In fact, you’ll only be able to conduct a Private Conversation between two devices, as the messages you receive and the files you send will be tied to that specific device you used at the time, for privacy’s sake.

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A Rosewill ATX case is $31 today

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 09:40:00 -0800

If building a new PC is part of your New Year's Resolutions, and you haven't bought a case yet, Newegg has a good deal today. Rosewill's Nautilus 200G ATX mid-tower case is $31, or about 44 percent off its normal price. The deal is only good until just before midnight on Thursday evening Pacific time.

The case offers a transparent window on one side for those into LEDs on everything (like RAM, cooling systems, and fans). In fact, the case comes with two 120mm fans with green LED lighting. There's support for up to five fans total with three pre-installed.

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