5 best online fax services for November 2017

5 best online fax services for November 2017

While computers, printers and other pieces of technology are obviously vital in the modern office environment, there’s no denying the role the fax machine has played in the business world over the decades. When it comes to running a business, it’s essential to have systems in place to allow you to send important documents to colleagues and other organisations easily – especially if you deal with a plethora of departments or

Best racing wheel: Logitech vs Thrustmaster vs Fanatec vs Hori

Best racing wheel: Logitech vs Thrustmaster vs Fanatec vs Hori

Update: We’ve had a chance to try out Thrustmaster’s newest premium wheel, the Thrustmaster T-GT. It’s a premium wheel with a price tag to match, but if you want the perfect wheel for the recently released Gran Turismo Sport, it’s one that’s seriously worth considering. Article continues below… Racing wheels are nerdy things. Andy from The 40-Year-Old Virgin probably owned one before selling

Best PC cases 2017: top cases for your desktop computer

Best PC cases 2017: top cases for your desktop computer

When you’re building a new PC, shopping for one of the best PC cases is likely the last thing you’ll think of. There are tons of cheap PC cases on the market, so why not just go with one of those and use that extra money on other, more exciting components? Well, when that chassis finally crumbles, or when your CPU starts throttling from improper airflow, moving over all of your components to a new case is what nightmares are made of.

LG OLED G7 (OLED65G7)

LG OLED G7 (OLED65G7)

In LG’s 2017 TV range, the Signature Series G7 OLED is as good as it gets. The ‘wallpaper’ W7 may be the brand’s poster boy, but those looking for a more traditional top-end telly will find the G7 a far more realistic proposition. Available in 65- and 77-inch screen sizes coming in at $6,999 (£6,499, AU$9,099) and $9,999 (£19,999, about AU$12,699), respectively, the LG G7 OLED sits high above the South Korean manufacturer’s

Google Home Mini

Google Home Mini

(Editor’s note: We’ve recently heard that a select number of Google Home Mini units are misbehaving by listening in on the conversation longer than it needs to. Google has assured us that this issue was limited to units provided at its latest event (where we sourced our review unit), however, we didn’t experience this issue and Google has since permanently disabled the Mini’s “tap to speak” feature that sparked the controversy.)

ASUS Releases the WS X299 Pro Motherboard

ASUS Releases the WS X299 Pro Motherboard

 ASUS has now released the WS X299 Pro, a motherboard designed to be a workstation level platform for X299 processors. None of the features seem to stand out as making this motherboard a true ‘workstation’ motherboard, however, it does support multiple storage types (dual M.2 and a U.2), dual Intel network controllers, a COM port interface, and reinforced PCIe

Colorful Releases the iGame Z370 Vulcan X V20 Motherboard: South Korea First

Colorful Releases the iGame Z370 Vulcan X V20 Motherboard: South Korea First

 Colorful, not a widely known brand in the States, has released a motherboard for the Z370 platform with an exotic name: the iGame Z370 Vulcan X V20. The board attempts to focus on gamers with a beefy power delivery, a Killer E2500 gigabit ethernet controller, dual M.2 slots, a dual BIOS and LED lighting, as well as integrated power and reset buttons, a one-touch overclock

Huawei Y7 Prime arrives in India as Holly 4 Plus

Huawei Y7 Prime arrives in India as Holly 4 Plus

Back in June this year, Huawei unveiled the Y7 Prime smartphone. Now, the company has brought the same device to India, although under a different moniker: Holly 4 Plus. Like the Y7 Prime, the Holly 4 Plus is powered by Snapdragon 435 SoC, and sports a 5.5-inch, HD display. RAM is 3GB, while internal memory is 32GB. The handset features a 12MP rear camera and an 8MP front shooter. Measuring 153.6

Razer Phone vs iPhone 8

Razer Phone vs iPhone 8

The Razer Phone and iPhone 8 aren’t entirely aimed at the same audience. The former being a likely niche device, built specifically for gamers, and the latter being as mainstream as mainstream gets. But they’re both high-end handsets with high-end prices to match and they both have serious gaming skills, so there will be some crossover in their appeal. With that in mind we’ve created this comparison, seeing how the

Samsung releases new Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition aimed at businesses

Samsung releases new Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition aimed at businesses

Today Samsung announced the release the Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition in the US, which takes the core Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and stuffs it with options that should be appealing to business owners looking for a common smartphone for all employees. It’s an unlocked device as a result, with some of its chief attractions being Samsung Knox Configure and Samsung Enterprise Firmware Over the Air, which let IT administrators

Kingston DataTraveler Elite G2 and HyperX Savage USB Flash Drives Capsule Review

Kingston DataTraveler Elite G2 and HyperX Savage USB Flash Drives Capsule Review

 Thumb drives are the most commonly used flash-based storage devices, thanks to their compact form factor and affordability. In our series of direct-attached storage reviews, we have taken a look at drives that use flash controllers that bridge USB directly to the flash as well as those that use USB – SATA bridges. Compact thumb drives usually use a native controller (i.e,

MACOM Sells AppliedMicro X-Gene CPU Business

MACOM Sells AppliedMicro X-Gene CPU Business

MACOM last week announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell the microprocessor-related assets it bought from AppliedMicro to Project Denver Holdings, a new company backed by The Carlyle Group asset management company. MACOM closed the acquisition of AppliedMicro early in 2017. Back then, the company made no secret that it was primarily interested in Applied Micro’s

Qualcomm claims Apple shared its trade secrets with Intel in new lawsuit

Qualcomm claims Apple shared its trade secrets with Intel in new lawsuit

  The ongoing, worldwidelegalwar between Qualcomm and Apple definitely isn’t stopping anytime soon. Today the chip producer has filed a new lawsuit against the iPhone maker, and this one could be quite bad for Apple if Qualcomm’s allegations are proved truthful. Qualcomm says Apple “exercised its commercial leverage” to demand “unprecedented access” to its “very valuable and highly confidential software, including source code”. We’re talking modem firmware, by the way – Apple has been buying mobile data modems from Qualcomm for years. With the iPhone 7, however, the company has also started to use Intel modems for some batches. Apple iPhone X…