Author: Jeremy Peeples

HP’s New Premium Notebooks Showcase a Blend of Elegance and Power

HP has announced a series of new premium notebooks and all in one Windows PCs. The goal is to provide something that is not only stylish, but also helps you be more productive, and they show great promise. The HP Elite 1000 series is designed to be light and easy to use over long periods of time, but also withstand some abuse and be easy to see in any light. This line of notebooks allows you to manage calls with a single button press, is certified for Skype Business use, and includes audio by Bang and Olufsen alongside HP...

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Why Sky is Set to be a Game-Changer for the Apple TV

Thatgamecompany has been one of the most beloved developers of the past decade and the recent Apple presentation showed that their legacy will continue in a new way with Sky. Their inventive game concepts have risen above traditional genres and resulted in Sony’s platforms getting some of the most tranquil and also exciting titles on any gaming marketplace. Titles like fl0w were abstract games that blended existing genres together to form something that defied a traditional description, while Flower was a brilliant game that anyone could play and enjoy. Where else could the idea of “you’re playing as a...

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Microsoft Outlines Exciting Features Within the Fall Creators Update

The past year has seen Microsoft debut the creators update for Windows 10. With its release in April came the debut of Paint 3D, Edge overhauls to streamline the experience, the integration of Mixer to make livestreaming gaming even easier, and a blue light reduction mode to make late night PC usage easier on the eyes. Microsoft has recently announced that the fall creators update is coming soon, and offered up some impressive revelations about just what users can expect when the update launches on October 17. The update will have a strong focus on Mixed Reality headsets. These...

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Intel’s 8th Gen Processors Offer a Glimpse Into the Company’s Future

After weeks of anticipation, Intel finally revealed their 8th generation Intel Core processors. The first batch of them will be the U SKU processors – built on the KBL-R (Kaby Lake R) architecture. This line is primarily made for performance on the go and features a pair of i5 and i7 processors. The i5 line features the 8250U and the 8350U, while the i7 is used in the 8550U and 8650U processors. These are all very similar in many ways – they all have four cores with eight threads and 15 watts of power. However, the 8250U has a...

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Intel’s Reveal of Post-8th Gen Processors Shows Off a Bright Future

Intel’s reveal of the 8th generation Cannon Lake processor Line was exciting, and it’s surprising that the company has actually unveiled in some form their next line before that one has even released. The Cannon Lake processors are 14nm, while the Ice Lake ones will be 10nm. Right now, the Cannon Lake processors can only have information viewed by Intel’s decoder page – keeping an element of secrecy while also revealing the existence of the upcoming processor line. It shows SKU lines for Y, U, H, and S variants. This generally means that they will be used in a...

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