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HP Sprout Pro makes 3D scanning easy for schools and business

The HP Sprout was originally released as a crafty home computer, but now the electronics firm has released a new version for creative professionals and schools. Introducing the Sprout Pro, it’s the same desktop all-in-one PC outfitted with an attached projector and 3D scanner for an immersive digital experience. The Pro-level Sprout will also include a few enhancements including an ... Read More »

Fujitsu unleashes new super-secure Windows 10 hybrid, plus multiple laptops

Fujitsu has (once again) announced an avalanche of new hardware aimed at businesses, including a new hybrid, laptops and desktop PCs. The 2-in-1 machine is the Fujitsu Arrows Tab R726/M, a 12.5-inch Windows tablet with a detachable magnetic keyboard (pictured above). With the keyboard attached, it’s 14.7mm thick and weighs 1.25kg, and the hybrid’s display has a full HD resolution. ... Read More »

Updated: Best free antivirus software 2016

1. 360 Total Security 360 Total Security takes its time over scans, but finds most threats If you’re looking for a standalone antivirus package then 360 Total Security might seem a little overweight. It provides antiphishing support, online shopping protection, network threat blocking, hard drive clean-up tools, a Windows update checker, and more. This feature overload does make for a ... Read More »

Updated: Best antivirus 2016: 10 antivirus packages reviewed and rated

eScan Anti-Virus Price: £17 (1 PC, 1 year) eScan Anti-Virus stands out immediately for its great value. Not only is it one of the cheapest of the commercial tools, but it also includes a firewall, browsing protection and spam filter, just about enough to qualify it as a budget security suite. And support for Windows 2000+ means it runs on ... Read More »

Opinion: EA’s new PC gaming service isn’t trying hard enough

Electronic Arts has launched a new PC gaming subscription service, promising ‘endless PC gaming’ for just US$4.99 (£3.99) per month. Origin Access is the PC equivalent to the Xbox One-based EA Access service which has been running on Microsoft’s console for a few years now. If you’re a PC gamer then chances are you’re utterly devoted to Valve’s Steam platform. ... Read More »

Updated: Best iPhone apps 2016

Best iPhone apps 2016 Apps are the cornerstone of Apple’s iOS platform. The ecosystem is what sets Apple’s mobile platform apart from its rivals, and the highest-quality iPhone apps are typically best in class. But, like any app store, it is sometimes difficult to find out what are truly the best apps, the ones that stand out from the rest ... Read More »

Updated: Best free PC backup software

Areca Backup 7.5 Targeted squarely at the expert user, Areca Backup offers a host of expert-level options and tweaks, including filtering by extension, folder, size, date, status and regular expression, Zip and Zip64 support, AES and AES256 encryption, backup to local or network drives, FTP, FTPS or SFTP servers, and more. The interface does little to help you out, unfortunately, ... Read More »

CES 2016: Gigabyte’s Brix mini PC refreshed with Skylake and Thunderbolt 3

Intel isn’t the only one to give its mini PCs a Skylake refresh at CES 2016. Gigabyte also announced that its Brix miniature desktops will now ship with Intel’s sixth generation Skylake processors, giving them improved processing and graphics performance. Gigabyte’s Brix mini PCs come in a form factor about the size of Apple’s Mac Mini, like Intel’s newly upgraded ... Read More »

IBM’s Watson gives Pepper bot its smarts

Part of the message that’s being driven by Intel’s anchoring CES 2016 keynote is the use of technology to improve the human condition. Last night, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed us how its sensors and computing processors can be used to train athletes, providing a digital coach that knows when and how to motivate you in your practice. Tonight, IBM ... Read More »

CES 2016: The Origin Omni is the first curved-screen 3K gaming all-in-one

All-in-ones took on some interesting shapes last year with curved screens, high-resolution displays and even a few designed for gaming. Now Origin has made the ultimate all in one with the world’s first curved-screen 3K gaming all-in-one. Featuring an ultra-wide 34-inch Curved 3K-Display, the Omni is essentially a 21:9 QHD (3,440 x1,440) monitor packed with desktop parts and even a ... Read More »

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