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  • Best video doorbell: Nest vs. Ring vs. August and all the rest

    Video doorbells maintain a continuous watch over the most important part of your property but which one is best? We take a look at the field.
  • Nanoleaf Remote review: The smartest d12 on the block

    This avant-garde approach to smart home control needs refinement.
  • 6 cool things we learned about Android P from Google's Reddit AMA

  • HP's Sprocket Photo Printer makes easy, fun snapshots and has a $40 discount today

  • These are the best PC deals in the Xbox Ultimate Game Sale

    Microsoft is not playing around with the Xbox Ultimate Game Sale that runs now through July 30. There are a bunch of Xbox Play Anywhere games in the sale that allows you to play the games on either Xbox or PC. That means PC gamers on Windows 10 can also take advantage of the big deals event.

    Here’s our look at some of the highlights:

    Forza Motorsport 7 Standard Edition is $30 down from its MSRP of $60, and the Ultimate Edition of the game is $50, a 50 percent discount from its $100 MSRP. Forza 7 is a fantastic racing game, though when it came out we didn’t like the loot box system.

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  • The highest-performing PC hardware you can buy today

    The best gear money can buy
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    One of the PC’s greatest strengths is its extreme flexibility. There’s a vast selection of hardware out there, of all different shapes and sizes and makes and models—so much so that even if your budget’s not a concern, buyer’s paralysis very well could be.

    To read this article in full, please click here

  • What's in the hidden Windows AppData Folder, and how to find it if you need it

    Frank Hammond asked PCWorld how to access the AppData folder and copy files from it.

    The Application Data—or AppData—folder contains data created by programs. Almost every program you install creates its own folder in AppData and stores information there. At least in theory, users don’t have to worry about these files.

    But in reality, you probably do. For instance, Firefox and Thunderbird profiles reside inside AppData and can be transferred from there between PCs. If you’re using an older version of Outlook, that program’s data is probably in AppData as well.

    Finding this folder is easy if you know the tricks. The AppData folder resides in your user folder—the same location that contains Documents, Music, and other library folders (unless you’ve moved them elsewhere). Normally this is something such as C:\Users\[username]\AppData, but unlike those other folders, AppData is hidden, which means you can’t normally see it.

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  • Shinola Canfield Pro review: These in-ear headphones deliver stylish looks, but mediocre sound

    Slick style and outstanding build quality can't make up for sonic shortcomings.
  • Streaming video DVR explained

    We're often asked whether there's a DVR for streaming video services. The answer is complicated.
  • How Samsung could be the big winner in the EU's $5.1 billion fine over Android's Google apps

    In a landmark ruling this morning, the European Union has hit Google with a record $5.1 billion antitrust fine over the way it distributes Android. In the decision, the court ordered Google to change the way it bundles its own apps into its mobile operating system, specifically Google and Chrome, within 90 days in an effort to give its "rivals the chance to innovate and compete."

    Google, of course, disagrees and has vowed to appeal the decision. But while the case will likely stretch out for years before any final action is taken, the ruling is almost certain to affect the way Google makes and distributes future versions of Android. A fine this large is unlikely to be fully reversed on appeal, so there's a good chance that Google will be forced to change Android in some way down the line, which has the potential to dramatically alter the way we decide which phone to buy.

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  • TaoTronics Active Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones are $25 off today

  • Chase away the post-Prime Day blues with these two awesome smart home deals

    Amazon’s Prime Day may be over, but all the discounts are not. So if you missed out on any of the smart home deals over the past 36 hours, we've got two more for you.

    The first is the Lutron Caseat Wireless Smart Lighting Dimmer Switch Starter Kit for $120 on Amazon. We've seem this bundle hit this all-time low a few times before, but it hasn't budged from its $160 MSRP since February, so this is a great time to grab it. In the box you get the two dimmer switches, two pico remotes, and a smart bridge, and they're certified to work with Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant..

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  • How to buy the perfect PC case

    No matter whether you treat your computer as the centerpiece of your home office or just stuff it under your desk, buying the right PC case matters.

    At a minimum, you want to pick a PC case that’s the right size for your needs and has room for all your hardware and USB devices. But some PC cases offer much, much more. Spacious innards, lower temperatures, muffled sound, extensive water-cooling support, and fancy-schmancy tempered glass panels or RGB lighting are just the tip of the iceberg.

    Here’s a guide to buying a PC case that’s perfect for you. This is just the first step in your DIY journey; be sure to check out PCWorld’s guide to building a PC, too.

    To read this article in full, please click here

  • Virtual reality giants unveil VirtualLink as a standardized cable that may simplify VR rigs

    Virtual reality headsets will standardize on a new physical connector standard, known as VirtualLink, that will be designed around the existing USB-C interface.

    A consortium of the VR industry bigwigs, including Nvidia, Oculus, Valve, AMD, and Microsoft, have backed the interface. Notable exceptions appear to be Sony, whose PlayStation VR wasn't listed among the promoter companies, and Intel, which has backed the Thunderbolt specification. Companies that wish to join the consortium can do so at VirtualLink.org, which for right now resolves to a Google Sites address.

    Details of the VirtualLink spec itself weren't immediately available, though the member companies said that the spec will support four high-speed HBR3 DisplayPort lanes, which are scalable for future needs; a USB 3.1 data channel for supporting high-resolution cameras and sensors; and up to 27 watts of power. It's not immediately clear what bandwidth the cable will support, or how scalable it will allow VR headsets to be. Anandtech, however, did the math and concluded that the spec allows for 4K @ 120Hz with 8 bits per color.

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  • PCWorld's July Digital Magazine: AMD steals Computex with its 32-core Threadripper

    Stay on top of the latest tech with PCWorld’s Digital Magazine. Available as single copies or as a monthly subscription, it highlights the best content from PCWorld.com—the most important news, the key product reviews, and the most useful features and how-to stories—in a curated Digital Magazine for Android and iOS, as well for the desktop and other tablet readers.

    In the July issue

    This month we have all the breaking news from Computex, including AMD’s monster 32-core Threadripper 2. We also have the details on Intel’s not-too-shabby 28-core 5GHz chip. Considering a tablet in the not too distant future? Find out why Microsoft may release a tiny $400 Surface tablet and what it means for the tablet market.

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  • Best home security camera: Keep an eye on the home front

    A boom in wireless security cameras is inspiring a movement in DIY home surveillance. Follow our buying guide and read our reviews to find the best option for you.
  • Best Amazon Prime Day 2018 tech deals for students

    50% off: SanDisk 128GB Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive
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    Who doesn't need a flash drive while at school? For $21.99, this 128GB SanDisk is a steal at $16 off its $37.99 retail price. Sure, a lot of your work will be in the cloud on Google Drive or elsewhere, but flash drives still come in handy when you're working with large media files. SanDisk says this 3.1 USB drive can write files up to 15 times faster than previous 2.0 drives, which means you can move a full-length movie in less than 30 seconds.

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  • Best smart bulbs for your connected home

    Today’s smart bulbs are brighter and easier to control than ever, but choosing the right one for your environment remains a challenge.
  • Best soundbars to improve your TV's audio

    Find the best soundbar for music and movies and that's the perfect fit for your budget.
  • You can grab a 128GB SanDisk microSDXC memory card for less than $27 today