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Huawei Launches New Versions of the MateBook D 14″ Laptop

Huawei has announced the release of the new MateBook D laptop for US consumers. The laptop comes in two flavors – an i7 model with

August 24, 2018 Microsoft, News, Windows
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XBOX One X’s VR future appears over before it began

After pushing the XBOX One X as the next generation of consoles capable of handling the high processor demands of VR, 4K, and beyond… it

June 21, 2018 Microsoft
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Microsoft Edge for Android is.. hey, stop laughing

Microsoft Edge for Android has been released, seriously you guys stop laughing or I swear I will turn this website off. Ok, hold on a

March 27, 2018 Apps, Microsoft
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Censor the [email protected]%& Out of Netflix with VidAngel

Call me old-fashioned if you must, but I’m not big fan of the recent upswing in coarseness in the modern world. It’s crazy, I know,

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Talking to your kids about Meltdown and Spectre

You may have heard the greatest threat to computers at the moment are two vulnerabilities called Meltdown and Spectre and many people seem to think

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[DEAL] eBay has the Xbox One S for $170

If you were one of the many that picked up a 4K TV over Black Friday weekend, you may want to consider picking up an

November 30, 2017 Deal, Microsoft
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Microsoft on Android Update 3 – The Verdict

[Note – this post was delayed by a couple of weeks due to database issues with Pocketables, travel, Thanksgiving, and the day job. Please accept

November 27, 2017 Android, Features, Microsoft
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Microsoft on Android Update 1

A few days ago I decided to go all-in to test Microsoft’s suite of Android apps on my Moto Z2 Play. After letting things settle

October 20, 2017 Android, Features, Microsoft, Pocketables
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How to Send Text Messages With Windows 10 and Android

Microsoft’s Windows 10 “OS to end all OSes” continues to add useful features. One of my favorites is the ability to send and receive text

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Add Windows Hello To Your PC With The PQI My Lockey

Many modern laptops and desktops offer the security and convenience of using Windows Hello biometric security. Windows Hello is Microsoft’s label for Windows 10’s non-password

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