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Apple’s macOS warning: New alerts tell you you’re running incompatible 32-bit apps

Video: Apple MacOS High Sierra’s biggest changes aren’t visible Apple today will start displaying a 32-bit app compatibility warning on the latest version macOS as part of its transition to 64-bit technology. Users on macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 will see a one-time warning when they open old and, in some cases new, apps if they run on 32-bit technology. If ... Read More »

Apple’s macOS warning: New alerts tell you you’re running incompatible 32-bit apps

Video: Apple MacOS High Sierra’s biggest changes aren’t visible Apple today will start displaying a 32-bit app compatibility warning on the latest version macOS as part of its transition to 64-bit technology. Users on macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 will see a one-time warning when they open old and, in some cases new, apps if they run on 32-bit technology. If ... Read More »

Don’t buy these Apple products (May 2018 edition)

Mobility iOS 11 tips and tricks everyone should know Read More »

We unbox the Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga

Lenovo’s Thinkpad X1 Yoga takes the company’s legendary business laptop design and turns it upside-down, thanks to its 360-degree hinge. We unbox the X1 Yoga and show off all of its cool features. Prices start at $1,484.10 on Lenovo’s website. The attention to detail starts with a keyboard that locks flush with the tray in tablet mode, so you don’t ... Read More »

HP ZBook x2 G4 Detachable Workstation review: A hybrid for creatives

If an ordinary laptop won’t cut it performance-wise you need to step up to a mobile workstation, and HP has several contenders in its ZBook range: late last year we looked at the ZBook 14u G4 and found that while it was robust, performance was disappointing. Next up is another 14-inch system, which HP claims is the “World’s Most Powerful ... Read More »

Dell’s G Series laptops are priced for every gamer

Dell’s launching its G Series of gaming laptops with every gamer in mind, from entry-level to more advanced users. Dell knows that not everyone can afford high-end models like, say, the Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 (sold by Dell’s Alienware division), also announced Tuesday, which start around $1,500. With prices starting at $749, Dell’s G3, G5, and G7 product lines are ... Read More »

Dell’s G Series laptops are priced for every gamer

Dell’s launching its G Series of gaming laptops with every gamer in mind, from entry-level to more advanced users. Dell knows that not everyone can afford high-end models like, say, the Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 (sold by Dell’s Alienware division), also announced Tuesday, which start around $1,500. With prices starting at $749, Dell’s G3, G5, and G7 product lines are ... Read More »

Apple is replacing some 13-inch MacBook Pro batteries

Apple is replacing a number of 13-inch MacBook Pro batteries after reports of a defect causing the built-in battery to expand. Apple says affected units were non-touch bar MacBrook Pros made between October 2016 and October 2017. Device owners can determine eligibility by entering their product’s serial number on Apple’s support page. The battery replacement program does not affect 13-inch ... Read More »

Dell New XPS 13 Review (2018)

PCWorld | Mar 27, 2018 Here’s what makes the New XPS 13 so much better than before—and one thing that makes it worse Read More »

Asus ZenBook Flip 14 UX461UN review: A sleek, solid 2-in-1 laptop that’s eclipsed by our favorite

Peppy, slim, easy to look at and fun to type on, the $900 Asus ZenBook Flip 14 has a lot going for it. That said, it’s tough to recommend the Flip over our current favorite 2-in-1, the HP Spectre x360, which offers a more powerful CPU, a pair of speedy Thunderbolt 3 ports, and substantially better battery life, all for ... Read More »

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