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mandril
1 week ago

I was asked to look at a relatives desktop because of a very noisy fan. When I opened it up, the case was full of dust and...stuff. To a degree, it is...

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pcaulfield
1 week ago

The lightning connection audio standard for Apple devices was announced almost three months ago. When will I be able to buy headphones that take advantage...

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ehtan
1 week ago

I saw an article talking about LG’s development of white OLEDs and how other companies are years behind as a result. Is OLED similar to AMOLED? The article...

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penny
1 week ago
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Tags: android |
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mandril
2 weeks ago

I was looking at tablets recently, and some of them listed an IPS display in their specs. These weren’t all top of the line tablets, by the way, but they...

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4eed2no
2 weeks ago

No Problem yet, thought I would ask before I proceed.

Tags: Apple TV |
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dayzsunny
3 weeks ago

I saw a reference to an OTG cable in an answer to an older question. So…what’s is an OTG cable and what do you use it for?

Tags: cable, OTG cable |
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ttopp
3 weeks ago

It seems that every month or so I see a news story along the lines of “Brand X smartphone explodes in man’s pocket,” or “Brand Y laptop battery explodes,...

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jlister
4 weeks ago

I've been looking to get a couple of new pc's, and I found that some models have USB 3 and others (close-out models) sometimes, but...

Tags: e-sata, usb |
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OldHippie
4 weeks ago

I was going through some USB memory sticks and some of them wouldn't come up. Is there a way to test them to make sure they're not...

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