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Delayed MacBook delivery dates could point to a WWDC 2018 refresh

Apple holds its Worldwide Developers Conference every year, and with WWDC 2018 kicking off on June 4, there’s plenty of speculation about what Apple might have in store for iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. It turns out we might just get some new hardware too. As Apple-centric sites including AppleInsider and The Mac Observer have noted, some MacBook and MacBook ... Read More »

13 weird and wonderful niche Linux distros of 2018

The ‘hermit kingdom’ that is the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is one of the most isolated countries in the world. The internet is strictly censored (indeed, most North Koreans have never even heard of it) and access to computers is patchy.  Unwilling to rely solely on operating systems developed by the imperialist US, supreme leader Kim Jong-Il sanctioned ... Read More »

Apple tempts free iCloud users with one-month free trials of upgraded tiers

Apple really wants more people to start ponying up for more iCloud storage, as the company is now offering one-month free trials of all upgraded storage tiers. First spotted by an AppleInsider reader, the offer appears whenever a free iCloud user (which puts up a paltry 5GB for consumers and 200GB for school-issued devices) attempts to manage their iCloud storage. ... Read More »

How to watch esports on the BBC this weekend: live stream Dota 2 online

The Dota 2 battle arena is coming to the UK this weekend – to the real-world arena of ESL Birmingham, to be exact. And the whole event will be aired on BBC Three. For the uninitiated, Dota 2 is a multiplayer online game from Valve which is played by teams of between two and five members each defending their own ... Read More »

This PC gaming chair deal will cost you less than most regular office chairs

If you’ve already decked out your gaming PC with the latest hardware and flashy RGB lighting, perhaps you’re missing the final piece to a truly epic setup: your throne. That’s right, you need a PC gaming chair. However, those things tend to be expensive. So, if you’re on a budget, we’ve found an incredible deal on Amazon by way of ... Read More »

Hunting iMac Pro deals? Refurbished models are your best bet

To say that the iMac Pro is expensive might be an understatement, so news that Apple has at last begun selling discounted refurbished models of its most powerful computers should more musical to fans’ ears than that macOS startup chime. Scoped out by 9to5Mac, Apple is selling nearly all varieties of its iMac Pro – yes, even the 18-core behemoth ... Read More »

Best Buy’s Gamers Club Unlocked program gets the axe

It’s a sad day for video game bargain hunters, as Best Buy has ended its Gamers Club Unlocked program in all of its US stores. The news comes via a leaked email surfaced by Wario64 on Twitter, an account known for countless video game deal scoops. Gamers Club Unlocked entered the world costing $99 for a year membership before getting ... Read More »

The best gaming PC 2018: 10 of the top gaming desktops you can buy

Although the shadow of cloud-based streaming services like Nvidia GeForce Now looms in the background, the best gaming PCs will always be the best way to play the best PC games. So, whether you want to play best-in-class JRPGs like Final Fantasy XV or intense shooters like Far Cry 5, the best gaming PCs are definitely the way to go. ... Read More »

The best laptops for DJ in 2018

If you’re a DJ, or even an aspiring music producer, you’ve come to the right place, as we’ve gathered together all the best laptops for music production. If you’re looking for the best laptop for deejaying, you want one of the best processors and as much RAM as you can get to handle multiple music tracks. You also want a ... Read More »

Newest Asus ZenBook Pro 15 piles on the processor and pixel power

The growing world of Windows 10 laptops just keeps making it harder and harder for the MacBook Pro to hold its ground, the latest example being the Asus ZenBook Pro 15. Asus’ newest version of its 15-inch laptop for prosumers and creative types – not to mention light gamers – piles on the power in nearly every regard. However, the ... Read More »

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