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Internet Explorer dies today, but its spirit lives on in Microsoft Edge
The day has finally arrived: Microsoft has killed off Internet Explorer. Or has it? The answer to that is: well, sort of. Microsoft has said for years that it plans to replace the ...
Mozilla Firefox locks its browser’s cookie jar
On Tuesday, Mozilla and its Firefox browser announced Total Cookie Protection, a powerful way for Firefox to preserve your privacy while allowing websites to recognize you and prov ...
Adobe’s web-based Photoshop will soon be free for everyone
Photoshop is the indisputable industry standard for photo editing and image generation. It’s also indisputably expensive. After coming in the Creative Suite for $700+ for years, ...
Microsoft unveils the future of Outlook, and you can try it now
The future of Outlook is here, albeit with some caveats. Microsoft has officially released the new Outlook for Windows, with features that integrate Microsoft’s futuristic Loop i ...
Why are Thunderbolt docks so hard to find? Blame electric cars
Simply testing Thunderbolt docks can be a challenge. But when even the best Thunderbolt docks suddenly vanish from store shelves, it can be like pulling teeth for vendors, retailer ...
AMD’s Ryzen 7000 and RDNA 3 chips are set to stun later this year
AMD’s Financial Analyst Day is when it reveals a peek at its upcoming lineup for all the people who really matter in the world of consumer electronics: insanely rich investors. B ...
Microsoft honors the best Windows apps in its store (and they’re all free)
The Microsoft Store is the butt of many a joke in the Windows community, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing worth downloading on it. Today Microsoft is honoring the best of ...
Amazon’s massively upgraded Fire 7 tablet supports USB-C charging
Lingering Micro-USB ports are the bane of consumer electronics. Every time I see an allegedly “new” gadget with one of those fragile, asymmetrical charging tips, I cringe. Foll ...
Tested: The Ryzen 7 5800X3D bookends an incredible era of AMD upgrades
AMD’s AM4 socket has been around five years now, and what a run it’s had. Since its launch alongside first-generation Ryzen CPUs, this socket has been a mainstay, with unpreced ...
SK Hynix Platinum P41 SSD: The pursuit of affordable speed
The SK Hynix Platinum P41 was a pleasant surprise. With many upper crust PCIe 4.0–based 2TB NVMe drives still going for $300 plus, the $260 price tag for the P41 had me thinking ...
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