Tag Archive: computers


Kick your computer’s sound up a notch with the $20 Logitech 2.1 Speaker Set

Add some bass to your jams with these discounted Logitech speakers.

Logitech’s Multimedia 2.1 Speakers Z213 are on sale for just $ 99.99 via Amazon today. This deal saves you $ 7 off the set’s average price which has never fallen this low before until now.

This set features a down-firing subwoofer with a 4-inch driver that’s equipped with an adjustable bass control knob, along with a wired control pod with a volume control and a headphone  [Read More…]

Chromebook vs. iPads: Closer than ever to being actual computers

The future of Chrome OS is to compete with the iPad, but it’s a long fight.

It should be abundantly clear by now that Android tablets are never going to catch on. Instead, it looks more and more like Google is positioning Chrome OS with Android apps to fill that space. Chromebooks have been tremendously successful in the quest to replace the traditional computer over the last couple of years, especially in school settings. At the same  [Read More…]

Google needs to regulate how its computers talk to people, or the government will

Much of what Google does with AI scares people, and they will want something done.

With an AI here and AI there, here an AI there an AI everywhere an AI, Old McGoogle has a new farm. One it has been working on for a long time and still isn’t finished with. Making computers in secret server rooms teach themselves how to act like people. Notice I said act and not think; AI and Machine Learning aren’t  [Read More…]

Some YouTube ads forced users’ computers to mine cryptocurrency

Ads with a side of crypto mining.

YouTube’s had a lot to deal with recently following the whole Logan Paul ordeal, but now that that’s over, the video-sharing site was recently hit with another issue – mining attacks.

This week, users in France, Italy, Japan, Spain, and Taiwan reported that their antivirus programs were alerting them of unauthorized cryptocurrency mining code while watching videos on YouTube. Even when users changed browsers and visited other websites, these warnings  [Read More…]

Planet Computers’ Gemini brings the classic PDA into the Android era

Some of you might remember the Psion Series 5, a personal digital assistant (PDA) device that launched back in 1997. Well, the original Psion designers have returned to give the classic pocket computer a modern form. Under the umbrella of UK startup Planet Computers, the Psion Series 5 revival project is named Gemini. The Gemini […]

ShadeYou VPN: Lifetime encrypted, private browsing for phones and computers, only $69

Maintaining security when online is vital to keeping your personal information to yourself only. Most of us aren’t proactive when it comes to security, as we hope the tools companies put in place will keep us safe. Yet there is a way to secure your information through encryption using a Virtual Private Network. Today’s Deal […]

Upgrade your computer’s audio with this slim soundbar for just $22 today

Odds are the speakers that came with your computer or built into your monitor aren’t that great. Today is a perfect day to upgrade them by adding ELEGIANT’s USB-powered soundbar to your setup for just $ 22.49. This is the lowest price the soundbar has ever sold for, and about $ 8 less than its average selling price.

For $ 29.99 you can pick up the wireless version of the soundbar, which is probably worth the extra few dollars.

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Manage, backup, & safely delete your computer’s precious information — This software suite just $19.99

Managing files on a Windows computer can be pretty tedious or difficult process if you’re going about it manually. However, if you have the right tools, there are ways to automate things, freeing your time and brain up for other things. Our Deal of the Day is a 4-part bundle designed to manage files, create backups, […]

TigerVPN: Lifetime encrypted, private browsing for phones and computers, only $39

Maintaining security when online is vital to keeping your personal information to yourself only. Most of us aren’t proactive when it comes to security, as we hope the tools companies put in place will keep us safe. Yet there is a way to secure your information through encryption using a Virtual Private Network. Today’s Deal […]

Save up to 40% on Chromebook and Chromebase computers

Black Friday may have come and gone in a flash, but there are still plenty of incredible deals to be had. Today, we’re highlighting Chromebook and Chromebase computers. If you’re looking to save the most money, Chromebooks are the way to go; but if you’re looking for a desktop PC experience, there are some decent savings when looking at the LG Chromebase options.

We also threw in a link to the original Chromebook Pixel (2013). At $ 363.99, it’s more  [Read More…]