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Review: Bose QC35 Noise-Cancellers Can Soundproof Your Life

With every mention of Noise-Cancelling, Bose is one of the first names the come up. And no wonder, they have been the industry leaders since the early 2000s when the first QuietComfort headphones were released. Here we are going to talk about the wireless Bose QC35, said to be the industry’s

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ADATA launches SD600 external SSD with 3D TLC NAND

ADATA Technology has released the SD600 external SSD, utilizing high quality 3D TLC NAND flash to deliver impressive transfer speeds and high reliability. ADATA claims the SD600 external solid state drives reach sequential read speeds of 440 MB/s and sequential write speeds of 430 MB/s. That’s roughly four times the performance

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Teclast X5 Pro’s Low Price Point Makes it an Absolute Steal for a Core M3 Tablet PC

Chinese manufacturer Teclast is taking over the budget laptop-tablet convertible by storm with its Teclast X5 Pro convertible PC that comes armed with a 12.2 display which supports a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. It is also powered by the 7th generation Intel Kaby Lake Core M3-7Y30 processor, that

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Nvidia releases Game Ready GeForce 378.78 WHQL driver

Nvidia has released version 378.78 of the GeForce WHQL drivers today, bringing official support for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. The latest Ghost Recon title was released a few days ago and boasts numerous Nvidia-specific graphic enhancements, so it is odd to see Nvidia coming out with the Game Ready driver

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Google rumored to drop the 3.5mm headset jack with the Pixel 2

The folks over at 9To5Google have published a new report on this year’s Pixel smartphones, claiming that the 2017 Pixel smartphones from Google will not include a 3.5mm headphone jack. The info apparently comes from an internal Google document that 9To5Google was able to access. The actual document hasn’t been shared

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AMD Crimson ReLive 17.3.1 driver now available with Ghost Recon Wildlands support

AMD has released version 17.3.1 of its Crimson ReLive driver, bringing support for Ubisoft's latest Tom Clancy title, Ghost Recon Wildlands, which is the first open-world game in the series. The new driver offers up to 6 percent of performance improvement compared to the previous driver (when measured on an

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Dell XPS 13 Review

The Dell XPS 13 is a remarkable device, having just received the Kaby Lake upgrade, the once-almighty XPS 13 is an even more formidable ultrabook, perhaps the best in its class this year. The 13-inch maximally portable laptop is now fitted with a 7th generation Kaby Lake processor and a

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Galaxy S8+ with Snapdragon 835 shows up on Geekbench database

A Samsung Galaxy S8+ prototype with the model number SM-G955U has cropped up on the Geekbench database. Going by the model number, the SM-G955U will be the North American unlocked variant of the Galaxy S8+, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 octa-core chipset under the hood. The Galaxy S8+ prototype managed to

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OnePlus 3T Review: The Most Affordable Flagship You Can Have

Instead of the OnePlus 4, we got the OnePlus 3T as the next addition to the awesome lineup of smartphones from OnePlus. The renowned smartphone maker has made some much-needed upgrades to the already spectacular OnePlus 3, with an upgrade in its speed, battery life and camera, making it one

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