Workstation GPUs such as NVIDIA Quadro or AMD FirePro cards come with eye-watering price tags compared to GPUs meant for gaming and general consumer use. But why is it that professional workstation GPUs can justify charging so much money? They’re Sold as Money-Generating Investments One major difference between a workstation GPU and the GPU you … [Read more...] about Why Are Workstation GPUs So Expensive? Are They Faster?
Companies and individuals are relying more on virtual meeting and chat services, especially with the increasing popularity of home working. Google has its own tools called Google Meet and Google Chat. These were formerly part of Google Hangouts, and, more recently, Meet has taken on all of the features available from Google Duo and the two … [Read more...] about What are Google Meet and Chat and how do they work?
Source: Pocketnow Anton D. Nagy contributed to this post. This is the OnePlus 10 Pro, and it's got more than a few slogans to match: “A device that Captures Every Horizon”. “The Second-Generation Hasselblad Camera”. “A design that rewrites the rules”. Notice how catch phrases like Never Settle and Flagship Killer are gone, and actually, I … [Read more...] about OnePlus 10 Pro review: they FINALLY got it? (video)
During the April 5 event, Microsoft highlighted that are people who store passwords in plain-text format. In fact, some store passwords in Notepad and save them as a .txt file, which is not a good security practice as passwords should be hashed. With Sun Valley 2, Microsoft is planning to offer phishing protection at the operating system … [Read more...] about Windows 11’s new feature warns users if they store passwords in random apps
If you’ve ever wanted to listen to music without losing track of your surroundings, it may be time to shop for some bone conduction headphones. These specialized headphones lack speakers and leave your ears free to hear external noises, such as voices or oncoming cars. But bone conduction headphones aren’t for everyone. They come with a few … [Read more...] about How Do Bone Conduction Headphones Work, and Are They Right for You?
Windows 11 is now widely available for supported machines i.e devices that meet the official system requirements. If you don’t the meet requirements, you can still upgrade to Windows 11 by following Microsoft’s documentation – which requires you to make simple modifications to Registry. If you’ve installed the operating system on a machine that … [Read more...] about Microsoft will warn users if they keep using Windows 11 on a unsupported PC
Using a VPN is a great way to increase your privacy while online: sites you visit won’t be able to identify you by your IP address, meaning you can make it so you’re in a different country. However, you may find yourself wondering whether or not your ISP can see that you’re using a VPN, and, if so, whether that matters. Can My ISP See If I’m … [Read more...] about Can My ISP See If I’m Using a VPN, and Do They Care?
When you next buy a new car or a new car infotainment system, you may have to choose between Apple’s CarPlay or Android’s Android Auto. Of course, which one you can use depends on whether you have an iPhone or an Android phone. Since many in-car infotainment systems now support both, your next phone purchase may be influenced by the pros and … [Read more...] about Android Auto vs. CarPlay: How Are They Different and Which Is Better?
What comes to mind when you think of SEO? "Permalink" probably isn't the first or second thing, maybe not even the 10th thing. The truth is, though, permalinks and SEO have a lot more in common than you may realize, and — when done correctly — can play an important role in improving your website's ranking. Luckily, they are also … [Read more...] about Permalinks: What They Are & How to Structure Them for Max SEO Value