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10 surprisingly practical Raspberry Pi projects anybody can do

The Raspberry Pi single-board computer and all its variants (including the dirt-cheap Raspberry Pi Zero and a turbo-charged Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ released on Pi Day 2018) have captured the imaginations of DIY enthusiasts and budding hobbyists alike. Much of the coverage you’ll see around the web focuses on the more fantastical projects—magic mirrors, portable gaming handhelds, intelligent drones, and ... Read More »

Staples has an awesome deal on this 24-inch Dell UltraSharp display

Staples is a great source for monitor deals, and today there’s a great buy on a 24-inch 1920×1200 Dell display. The office supply store is selling the Dell UltraSharp U2421M for $160, about $25 cheaper than you’ll find elsewhere based on the best prices right now. It’s also close to the all-time low on Amazon, which was $152.38 from a ... Read More »

Best Buy drops prices on HP and Asus 2-in-1 laptops by $50 and $130

If you’ve already got your tax refund, Best Buys some great ways for you to maximize it. The big box retailer is running a huge sale this weekend, and these two 2-in-1 laptops caught our eye: There’s a 15.6-inch Asus premium 2-in-1 for $700 instead of the usual $800-plus price tag, and a lower end 11.6-inch HP 2-in-1 for $350—good ... Read More »

The Logitech Proteus Spectrum, our favorite gaming mouse, is over 40% off

The Logitech G502 Proteus Core and its “unprecedented levels of customization” wowed us from the instant it launched in 2014. Many years and many would-be competitors later, Logitech’s masterpiece still reigns supreme on PCWorld’s list of the best gaming mice. But now you can pick up the RGB lighting-equipped version of the Proteus Core, the G502 Proteus Spectrum, for nearly ... Read More »

Walmart has the Intel Core i7-8700K for just over $300 today

Today’s a good day to get a deal on a powerful Intel processor: Walmart has the Intel Core i7-8700K for $313. That’s $26 cheaper than the retailer’s competition, and one of the lowest non-coupon prices we’ve seen yet. The Core i7-8700K is part of Intel’s newest line of CPUs that rolled out in late 2017. These eight-generation “Coffee Lake” chips were ... Read More »

The Full Nerd episode 41: Nvidia rumors, Spectre updates, and will Ryzen APUs stay relevant?

By PCWorld Staff, PCWorld | Feb 21, 2018 6:28 AM PT Read More »

Intel says it’s been hit with 32 separate lawsuits over Spectre, Meltdown

Intel customers and shareholders are angry about Meltdown and Spectre—angry enough that a total of 32 suits have been filed against the company regarding the two vulnerabilities. In its annual report, filed Friday, Intel disclosed that 30 customer class-action suits have been filed against the company, plus two additional class-action suits by shareholders. Those suits have been filed both within ... Read More »

Confirmed: AMD will loan chips to help with motherboard updates for Ryzen APUs

If you can’t get your shiny new Ryzen APU on the motherboard you bought last year, don’t panic: AMD officials have confirmed that they will indeed ship you an older, dual-core chip to help you make it work. The problem relates to AMD’s new Ryzen APU and how it interacts with older stocks of motherboards. It’s a classic chicken-and-egg situation: ... Read More »

Who should buy a Ryzen APU, and who shouldn’t

If you’re asking yourself, “should I buy a Ryzen APU?” for a new budget gaming PC, the short answer is yes, probably. That’s because for building a ground-up, entry-level gaming machine, the Ryzen APU is the best game in town, and possibly the only game for DIY builders, in the face of wallet-busting GPU prices. But for everyone? Well, no. ... Read More »

How to watch international coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics

The 2018 Winter Olympics are in full swing, but watching online via NBC can be more pain than its worth. Fortunately, there are other ways of watching your favorite sports: You can use a VPN to view streams from Canada, Australia, and (for some), the United Kingdom, as long as you don’t mind coverage not focused on American competitors. Many ... Read More »

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