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What Is a Crypto Token?

If you’ve been reading about crypto and the blockchain lately, you may have encountered people talking about “crypto tokens.” What exactly are these tokens and how do they differ from cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin? Read on to…

The Best Gaming Keyboards of 2022

A great keyboard is important for PC gaming. Speed, stability, and build quality are all huge factors. But with so many styles available on the market today, it’s hard to tell which keyboards are the best for you. We help nar…

M1 Pro or M1 Max MacBook: Which Should You Buy?

Apple Silicon-powered MacBooks just keep getting more powerful and impressive, but how much power do you really need? If you’re torn on which MacBook Pro is best for you, we’ll help make your decision a little easier….

The Best Drones of 2022

Drones are both easy and fun to fly. They offer a new way to make content and explore the world. The only real problem is finding the right one to buy. Thankfully, we’re here to help!

What Is Pop!_OS?

If you’ve heard about Pop!_OS, you might have seen people often referring to it as the best Windows alternative or the ideal Linux distribution for gaming. Here’s what’s different about this Linux distribution…

Which AirPods Should You Buy?

Apple’s AirPods are a great option for wireless headphones, but as Apple expands the lineup, it’s tough to choose a model. We’ll compare all of them to see which AirPods are the perfect fit for you.

Multimedia Mania: Windows Media Player Turns 30

30 years ago, Microsoft introduced the first version of Windows Media Player—then just called “Media Player”—as part of “Windows 3.0 with Multimedia Extensions.” Since then, it’s morphed and changed dramatically over time…

Why I Use Microsoft Edge on Android

Microsoft Edge started life on Windows 10, but it’s now available on several platforms, including Android. Chrome is the default browser on most Android devices, but I’m here to tell you Edge is just as good—if not better….

How to Run Android Apps on Linux

Ever wanted to run an Android app on Linux but didn’t want to mess with debugging bridges, development environments, or sideloading apps? An app called Anbox makes it possible, and we show you how to use it….

What’s New in Chrome 95, Available Now

If you feel like the last Google Chrome release just happened, you’re not alone. Version 95 of the popular browser was released on October 19, 2021. This update includes improved security for payments, the ability to save Tab…

How (and Why) to Clone Apps on Android

You probably use a lot of apps, but sometimes one instance of an app isn’t enough. If you have an Android phone, you can “clone”—or duplicate—apps. There are a few reasons why you might want to do this….

The Best 4K TVs of 2022

4K TVs are more affordable now than ever before, but which model should you buy? Whether you want a set for gaming, movie watching, or just a good all-rounder, we have some recommendations to eliminate the guesswork….

How Do Refresh Rates Affect Gaming?

A monitor’s refresh rate is an important specification you should pay close attention to if you’re buying a monitor for PC gaming or use with a modern console. This is especially true if you’re a competitive gamer looking for…

What Are Computer Files and Folders?

Files and folders are a common metaphor for storing data on a computer. Even a modern device that hides files from you as much as possible still uses them under the hood. Here’s a look at what files and folders are—and how …

What Is a 2-in-1 PC?

A “2-in-1 PC” usually refers to PC form factors that can act as both a tablet and a traditional computer. Windows 10, Windows 11, and Chrome OS all have tablet-optimized touch features, so it’s a great time to have it both wa…
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