Microsoft Launches Surface Pro 8, Laptop Studio, Go 3, Duo 2

Microsoft resurfaced the Surface division Wednesday with a number of refreshes, launches, and updates. The Surface Pro 8 was announced, as expected, with support for 120Hz refresh rates, user-replaceable SSDs, and Thunderbolt 4 ports. This is the first major redesign for the Surface Pro family since the Surface Pro 3…

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SteelSeries Peripherals Can Bypass Windows Security, Too

Windows users around the world were looking warily at their Razer peripherals earlier this week. That’s when a security researcher noted the devices could be used to gain administrator privileges on Windows, and it turns out Razer is not alone. The same vulnerability exists in the SteelSeries ecosystem. Simply plugging…

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USB-C vs. USB 3: What’s the Difference?

For years, USB advanced at a predictable rate — USB2 was faster than USB, USB3 was faster than USB2, and now, USB4 is even on the horizon. In the last few years, the once-simple standard has broadened and become more confusing. There are now multiple types of USB3, including USB…

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Why You Should (Or Shouldn’t) Root Your Android Device

Modern smartphones are marvels of technology. With more processing power than the desktop PCs of yesteryear, you can find any piece of information in the world, watch the latest episode of Ted Lasso, and snap photos that are worthy of framing. But that’s just the start — there’s a lot…

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