All Articles by Richard Devine

Plex for Kodi now available to all

If you prefer to use Kodi for all your media consumption, the Plex add-on is now free to all users.

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ASUS VivoBook S15 S510 Review: Premium style with a great mid-range price

Getting a laptop that looks like the most expensive models but actually isn't that costly is a pretty big win. That's what the VivoBook S15 is, and it's a very good laptop for around $800.

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Story Remix shows its face again, for non-insiders this time

Remember a few weeks ago when everyone freaked out at Microsoft Photos changing its name? Guess what's seemingly pushing out to non-insiders now...

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Windows Mixed Reality headsets to cost £399 in the UK

Global plans for Mixed Reality headsets have been pretty quiet so far, but at least there's a British price. £399 will get you a headset and motion controllers bundle.

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5 common mistakes to avoid when buying a laptop

You covet that amazing new Ultrabook with a ridiculously thin form factor, 4K display and a chassis made of unobtainium. You want it so much. But hang on, let's not be hasty. Don't make these mistakes when buying a new laptop.

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Chime in: Is the HP Elite x3 or Alcatel Idol 4S camera better?

In the battle of the two final flagship-class Windows phones, which has the better camera? We want to hear from you.

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How to watch DVDs on Windows 10

It's not as easy to watch a DVD on Windows 10 as it probably should be, but these apps will get the job done.

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Best Laptop for Grade School Students

Sending the kids off to school and need a decent laptop to help them in their studies? We can help.

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Audio Technica AG1X headset review: Ultra-premium audio for PC gamers

This is a $300 headset for PC gamers that delivers high-fidelity audio. It's pricey, but it's really, really good.

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Alienware's latest monitors are big, wide and in (G)-Sync

Alienware is introducing a pair of new ultrawide G-Sync monitors at PAX West. They're not cheap, but they're a lot of monitor.

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The Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop is all about Ryzen

Dell's non-Alienware gaming hardware portfolio is getting a new family member with the Inspiron Gaming Desktop that starts at just $599.

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Dell's new Inspiron 15 7000 gaming brings MaxQ graphics and VR support

Our favorite budget gaming laptop is getting a serious upgrade. How does a 6GB GTX 1060 and Windows Hello sound for starters?

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Best Portable SSDs

If you need to carry a lot of data with you all the time, a portable SSD is the way to do it. These are the ones to get right now.

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Call of Duty WWII multiplayer preview: A simpler experience and much better for it

Call of Duty WWII is much anticipated by fans of the franchise, and after the first weekend of the private beta we've gathered some thoughts together. If you've been disillusioned by the franchise in recent years, you may be pleased with WWII.

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How to use your own headphones on Xbox One

Want to use your own set of headphones with the Xbox One rather than a headset? Here's how to make it happen.

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Appy Text for Windows 10 is your new best Notepad replacement

While basic, Microsoft's Notepad app is much beloved, but it's still fairly old hat in 2017. A good, alternative lightweight text editor is still desirable, and Appy Text might just be the best alternative yet for Windows 10.

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F1 2017 for Xbox One supports these racing wheels

Looking to take your F1 2017 Xbox experience a little further? Here are all the racing wheels you can use with the game.

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F1 2017 now available on Xbox One and PC

Buckle up in the finest Formula 1 game to date. Available now on Xbox One and PC.

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How to watch DVDs in Kodi

If you've got Kodi hooked up on a Windows 10 PC and you're wanting to play your DVDs through it, here's how.

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Best PC Games of 2017

If you're looking for some great games to play on your PC, we've got you covered.

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