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Ergonomic Computing 

Ergonomic Computing 

Ever since the computer revolution in the eighties and nineties, many of us have performed one physical activity a lot more than others: using keyboards/mice. So today I wanted to share a few tips from my past life as a professional who designed workplace ergonomics. And by workplace I mean

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Which Gaming Laptop Should I Buy? Answered in 2019.

Which Gaming Laptop Should I Buy? Answered in 2019.

Buying a laptop these days can be tricky. There are so many options, trade offs, and vast price differences, and it can be very daunting. Although, in 2019, the amount of computing power we can fit in a laptop for such a reasonable price is astounding, and there are plenty

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Can a Chromebook Replace my PC Laptop?

Can a Chromebook Replace my PC Laptop?

Chromebooks have come a long way since arriving on the scene in 2011. Original models were low-powered machines that were designed mostly for surfing the web and other light-duty tasks. The simple operating system allowed them to offer excellent performance while running on slower chipsets and limited memory. These units

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Don’t throw your laptop away!

Don’t throw your laptop away!

Your laptop or computer breaking is a horrible experience. Once you have tried what you can and decided it is not worth keeping anymore you probably wondered what to do with it? Your likely answer would be to simply throw it out. Maybe you have an electrical waste drop off nearby

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Pivotal Moments in Computing History, Part 3

Pivotal Moments in Computing History, Part 3

In this edition, I want to focus on that one device we see so less, it’s very easy to overlook its importance. I speak, of course, of the humble router. So hot, it blew my lid off. While the rest of the world was getting blown away by Steve Job’s

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Tips to Speed Up Your Older Android Phone

Tips to Speed Up Your Older Android Phone

Some beautiful new Android smartphones are hitting the market seemingly every day. That’s a good news from those wanting to break away from Apple and sell iPhones and switch. OLED screens, multiple cameras, and super-fast processors make it tempting to ditch your old phone at the first sign of trouble. The

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The Benefits of Recycling Computers and the Natural Environment

The Benefits of Recycling Computers and the Natural Environment

Technology equipment is a category of items which often experiences upgrades and the introduction of the latest and greatest offerings as the years progress. So, what can you do with your old computer when you get a new one and have to dispose of your prior one? Recycling your computer

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Will 5G Revolutionize Laptops as We Know It?

Will 5G Revolutionize Laptops as We Know It?

With how much hype there is about 5G lately, you would think that it’s some revolutionary new dark magic that will fundamentally change every aspect of how we live—like the invention of the internet, electric cars, or the bluetooth hairbrush (because L’Oréal needs a piece of the mass data industry,

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Are the Intel Processor Constraints Holding Apple’s Next Macbook Air Back?

Are the Intel Processor Constraints Holding Apple’s Next Macbook Air Back?

If you’ve been wondering where the next-gen Macbook Air is, you’re not the only one. And, in what can only be termed deja vu, the company responsible for the delay is none other than Intel, the same company behind the 2016 model launch delay.   Apple’s financials At least that’s

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Get Rid of your Old Laptop, but DON’T Throw it Away!

Get Rid of your Old Laptop, but DON’T Throw it Away!

We’ve all been there. Your laptop or desktop computer has seen its best days and it’s time for a new model. Maybe it just doesn’t work the way it used to, or maybe, it quit working altogether. Sure, it’s easy enough to buy new laptop online or at your local

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How to Handle Data When Recycling Electronics

How to Handle Data When Recycling Electronics

Throughout service, electronics acquire quite a bit of data about their owners. They have passwords, photos, search histories, and more stored in their memories. Unfortunately, unsavory people would use all this data once the device leaves its owner for a recycling operation or landfill. Recycling electronics shouldn’t carry this risk

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Pivotal Moments in Computing History, Part 2

Pivotal Moments in Computing History, Part 2

You thought I would stop at one article for a topic like this? I’m going to plough on! For this post, I wanted to explore the launch of one of the most iconic computing device in the last fifty years: the Macintosh.     When Steven Paul Jobs announced the

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PlayStation 5’s Impact on the Future of PC Gaming Hardware

PlayStation 5’s Impact on the Future of PC Gaming Hardware

Some of the biggest news in the world of hardware this past week was the unveiling of the hardware specs for Sony’s next PlayStation. But, as impressive as everything might seem for a console, the reaction by PC gaming and hardware enthusiasts is muted to derisive. In fact, many analysts

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The Best 2 in 1 Laptops You Can Purchase Now

The Best 2 in 1 Laptops You Can Purchase Now

2-in-1 laptops have been on the market for a few years now, and the offerings in this segment have improved with each passing year. While early models offered an experience that was neither a great laptop nor a great tablet, the latest versions tend to perform well in both configurations.

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Top Laptop Trends to Look for in 2019

Top Laptop Trends to Look for in 2019

Technology is always moving forward. What was revolutionary last year could be commonplace the year after that. Laptops are no exception to this upward trend. Here is a look at the biggest laptop trends to expect for 2019:   1. Lightweight It is difficult to picture laptops getting much thinner

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Computer News: Mozilla Muzzles Firefox, iMac Gets An Update, And More

Computer News: Mozilla Muzzles Firefox, iMac Gets An Update, And More

Since our last update, there have been many exciting developments in the world of computer hardware and software. From user-friendly updates to classic web browsers to the announcement of a new game streaming service that will reportedly be capable of running on any computer through Google’s Chrome browser, the past

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What to Expect in 2019 from Computing Technology?

What to Expect in 2019 from Computing Technology?

Electronic gadgets like laptops and smart phones have become a need rather than a luxury. If you are a college/university student, you cannot think of entering the campus without having your laptop in your bag. Yes, institutions do provide computer screens that are easily accessible but who will be willing

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The Environmental Cost of Computers

The Environmental Cost of Computers

These days, we’ve become accustomed to replacing technology rather than repairing it. However, this disposability in electronics comes at a cost. Without proper e-waste recycling, all the materials that went into producing the computers we use daily end up causing further pollution. We need to be aware of the environmental

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What’s right for you when buying laptops

What’s right for you when buying laptops

Finding the laptop that is right for you can be a chore. Something akin to finding the perfect pair of shoes, only a thousand times more convoluted. I like to think of it as a free-fall; a rapid descent from cloud to ground. You may be like me, and spend

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Google’s Stadia to Utilize Custom AMD Chips to Power the Future of Video Games

Google’s Stadia to Utilize Custom AMD Chips to Power the Future of Video Games

Google’s promise to end the console generations with a cloud-based gaming system that eschews expensive hardware in favor of streaming technology will still rely heavily upon physical chips to work. This shouldn’t come as any surprise to those of us in the tech world, but some people don’t quite realize

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