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Poker and Solitaire have been smashed together before, in the excellent Sage Solitaire, but Politaire tries something new with the combination. At all points, you can see the next three cards from the draw pile. You then swipe away unwanted cards from your hand with the aim of those remaining and any newcomers forming a poker hand, which then vanishes, ... Read More »

The 10 best computers of 2017: the best PCs ranked

It wasn’t but a few years ago that pundits were clamoring for the death of the traditional desktop computer. It’s 2017, though, and the PC hasn’t gone anywhere. In fact, PC sales estimates are actually growing despite the infamous decline in recent years. Performing hardware-intensive tasks such as gaming and video editing on a powerful rig with personalized components is ... Read More »

Best gaming PC: 10 of the top rigs you can buy in 2017

Update: In a new order based on star-ratings and awards, we’ve revamped our list to include the first-ever pre-built computer from a leading parts manufacturer. The fit and lightweight Corsair One can be found at number 8 on our list. Read on to find out more! PC gaming has never been in better shape. VR-ready specs are infiltrating not only ... Read More »

Best gaming PC: 10 of the top rigs you can buy in 2017

Update: In a new order based on star-ratings and awards, we’ve revamped our list to include the first-ever pre-built computer from a leading parts manufacturer. The fit and lightweight Corsair One can be found at number 8 on our list. Read on to find out more! PC gaming has never been in better shape. VR-ready specs are infiltrating not only ... Read More »

Lenovo’s new ThinkStation is a fully VR-certified tower of power

Lenovo has revealed another device in its range of ThinkStation computers, with the new offering being a VR-ready workstation PC with some real grunt. The refreshed ThinkStation P320 can be purchased as either a tower PC or a small form factor (SFF) machine, and it’s ‘Pro VR’ certified, powered by a choice of either Intel’s Kaby Lake Core i3, i5 ... Read More »

Razer’s latest brainwave gives PC gamers free stuff for using its Cortex app

Want to get free peripherals simply by playing games on your PC? Of course you do – and to that end Razer has now made it possible to earn reward points, in the form of its new virtual currency, which it introduced a couple of weeks ago, by playing certain games while using the Razer Cortex software. Razer’s virtual currency ... Read More »

Apple exploring iPhone-powered modular Macbook

Apple’s latest iPad launch may have been little more than an incremental upgrade, but the Cupertino company isn’t bereft of fresh ideas. Take this latest patent filing, for instance, which presents a potential marriage between the Mac, iPhone and iPad lines. Spotted by Apple Insider, it details a Macbook-like iPhone or iPad accessory that has a recess to house the ... Read More »

The best iPhone games 2017

Harking back to classic console adventures, Vulture Island dumps a trio of friends on an island and then wryly says: “Get out of this one, then.” Although there’s plenty of leaping about suspended platforms, this isn’t a fast-paced Mario-style effort. Instead, it recalls more thoughtful retro adventures, such as Alex Kidd or even the likes of Dizzy. The non-linear nature ... Read More »

Windows updates will soon get pushed over limited connections too

One of the tweaks Microsoft is making in the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update is forcing software patches over limited connections, or “metered connections” as Windows calls them – connections made over cell networks or with other restrictions. As spotted by SuperSite Windows, updates will now be automatically downloaded and installed over metered connections, which hasn’t previously been the case. ... Read More »

Windows updates will soon get pushed over limited connections too

One of the tweaks Microsoft is making in the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update is forcing software patches over limited connections, or “metered connections” as Windows calls them – connections made over cell networks or with other restrictions. As spotted by SuperSite Windows, updates will now be automatically downloaded and installed over metered connections, which hasn’t previously been the case. ... Read More »

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