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If you don't mind giving even more data to Google, it can help you find what to watch on broadcast TV and via streaming services.
Combining Intel's fastest processor with AMD's beefiest graphics card melted our faces--in both gaming performance and sheer power usage. Join us as we build the beast.
Been meaning to back-up your PC, but not sure where to start? Here are three tools that can get you started.
PCWorld's new graphics card test rig surges with the power of Haswell-E, Nvidia's GTX 980, and other high-end components. Walk with us as we build this fire-breathing monstrosity.
Maybe your carrier has tight data caps. Or perhaps you'll be driving (or hiking) in an area with no coverage. Either way, you'll want maps and GPS that aren't dependent upon immediate Internet access.
You can type ü, ñ, ç, and other special characters with ease on your Android phone. Seriously.
Yes, everyone says IMAP is the way to go when accessing your email via third-part clients, but depending on your needs POP3 may be a better choice.
Android Wear's new offline music features are rather inscrutable, but this handy starter's guide should make everything clear.
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Can't type, but you still need to get that 10-page document done? Why not type with your voice?
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