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Speeding Up Your PC With Face Recognition Software

Speeding Up Your PC With Face Recognition Software

Ten years ago, face recognition software was a dream of the future. Now, it’s an easy way to speed up your PC and make it more secure. But what is face recognition software, and how can it improve the time you spend on your PC? Today, we’re going to give you a basic guide on how to speed up your computer using face recognition software. What is face recognition software? TV shows and movies

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Toshiba’s 13-Inch Tablet Will Be Released This Summer

Toshiba’s 13-Inch Tablet Will Be Released This Summer

If you like working with a tablet PC but always wanted a bigger screen, then Toshiba has some good news for you. The company recently announced plans to release a 13-inch Android tablet later this summer. The tablet will be launched under the ‘Excite’ brand of devices. When released, the 13 inch Toshiba Excite will be the largest Android tablet in the world. Toshiba is also releasing 7.7 in

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DDR 4 Memory Expected to Release in Early 2014

DDR 4 Memory Expected to Release in Early 2014

We all know that RAM is one of the most popular upgrades to make to your PC. Fast, easy, and cost-effective, a RAM upgrade is a guaranteed way to increase your PC’s performance, and can help increase your frame rates in video games, reduce the time it takes to switch between programs, and speed up your boot time. However, for the last few years, RAM has been based on the DDR3 model. While thi

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Facebook Acquires Instagram for $1 Billion in Cash and Stock

Facebook Acquires Instagram for $1 Billion in Cash and Stock

The biggest news in the tech world today was that Instagram was acquired by Facebook for approximately $1 billion in cash and stock. Instagram, the popular picture sharing app for mobile devices, has seen its userbase skyrocket in recent years, with approximately 30 million iOS users joining in the last 18 months alone. Amazingly, after Instagram’s new Android client was launched last week, n

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New GTX 680 Could Break 2GHz Barrier

New GTX 680 Could Break 2GHz Barrier

Nvidia’s recently released GTX 680 has been one of the world’s most popular video cards over the last few weeks. Since it was released with a fairly limited supply, many tech stores across North America have been out of stock since release day, and any new shipments that they received are quickly scooped up by those looking to speed up their computer’s gaming performance. Nvidia’s GTX 6

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Why You Should Avoid Low-cost Tablet PCs

Why You Should Avoid Low-cost Tablet PCs

We’re currently in the middle of the tablet PC revolution, and it seems like nearly everybody has an iPad, Playbook, Samsung tablet, or some other sort of tablet computer. If you want one for yourself, then you may have balked at the high price points. Who would pay $700 for something like that when there are tablets available for under $400? While you may think you’re getting a bargain on

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Virgin Media Throttles Internet Speeds for Some Users

Virgin Media Throttles Internet Speeds for Some Users

Do you use Virgin Media as your ISP? I hope you don’t like fast internet speeds and unlimited bandwidth allowances. Earlier this week, Virgin Media announced plans to throttle its internet speeds across the board by up to 50% for users that exceed their allocated daily upload or download limits. The change isn’t expected to affect most of Virgin Media’s userbase. Instead, it’s targeted

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Intel Releases New Solid State Drive

Intel Releases New Solid State Drive

Intel’s processors are known for being fast and efficient. However, Intel has recently announced plans to speed up Windows 8 by offering new high-speed Solid State Drives (SSDs). Faster and more reliable than a traditional hard drive, an SSD provides superior performance for your operating system and all of your applications. Intel’s line of SSDs for Windows 8 is called the Intel SSD 313 se

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How to Buy a Fast Laptop

How to Buy a Fast Laptop

If you’re in the market for a laptop, then you probably want it to be as fast as possible. The faster your laptop is, the easier it will be to get stuff done on your computer. Today, laptops – especially PC laptops – are very affordable, and high-speed laptops can be found for as low as $600 to $800. Today, we’re going to tell you how to find a fast laptop. Which technical specs should

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Using a Sound Card to Speed Up Your PC

Using a Sound Card to Speed Up Your PC

On most computers, the sound card is built-in to your PC’s motherboard. It controls the way your PC interprets music files like .mp3s, and helps your video games handle complex noises coming from multiple directions. But just because your motherboard has a built-in sound card doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t buy an external sound card. In fact, installing an external sound card on your PC

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  • Free Up Disk and Memory Space
  • Speed up your System
  • Fix System Errors And Crashes
  • Improve Internet Access
  • Boost Start-up Speed