ComputingLaptopsMisc

Thunderbolt: Everything You Need to Know

The way technology has advanced in just the last decade, you wouldn’t be forgiven for buying a laptop and having to stop to ask yourself “What is Thunderbolt 3, and why did this movie need to come free with this computer?” Thunderbolt, of course, is not a movie. What…
TV and Audio

Audio File Formats Explained

If you have an extensive digital music collection or are looking to create one, you might be confused, and perhaps overwhelmed, by all the different audio file formats out there. This article will explain what each is, how they work, and which one might suit you and your…
TV and Audio

Micro LED: Everything You Need to Know

If you had been under the impression that TV screen technologies had peaked already, then think again! 2018 brought us a new candidate for the best TV technology: Micro LED. Micro LED is, by no means, a brand new technology, but it is now beginning to be championed by major…
TV and Audio

What is Hi-fi Audio: Everything You Need to Know

While it may sound like a very general ‘catch-all’ term, when audio is “Hi-Fi”, it’s a sign of it being of a very refined level of quality, one that should please even the pickiest of audiophiles. What is Hi-Fi short for, then? Simply, Hi-Fi means High Fidelity. We…
Computing

CPU Cache: Everything You Need to Know

Within the past decade or so, computers have advanced at an unanticipated rate; and some would argue that computer processors, in particular, have come the farthest. When it comes to developments in processing, most people tend to look at things like frequency and…
Computing

Refresh Rate: Everything You Need to Know

Be it the best 4K TV out there, the best gaming monitor or ultra-wide monitor, how can we determine which ones deserve to stand out? All screens rely on a number of factors that must exist and interact together in a way that ensures the best quality in every situation. Of…
Computing

PC Case Sizes: Why Should You Care?

Sadly, there is no standard way through which you can classify all the various PC Case sizes. Before you decide which PC case to buy, you first need to compare all of the individual case sizes to determine which one of them adequately suits your needs. As such, we have gone…
ComputingTV and Audio

What is HDR? Everything You Need to Know

The TV industry is always changing; we see new and improved technologies being released every year. This may make you think that it is time to upgrade, but you need to be able to make an informed decision. Take HDR, for instance. Over the past few years, as CRT has evolved…
Networking

IPv4 vs IPv6: What's The Difference?

Two versions of IP addresses exist, the IPv4 and IPv6 (version 4 and 6). In this article, we’ll get you acquainted with their relative merits and individual significance, finally culminating in a consideration of: IPv4 vs IPv6’s speed differences IPv4 vs IPv6’s…
Computing

CrossFire vs SLI. Which One Prevails?

If you have been looking into multi-GPU setups, you are probably already familiar with the AMD CrossFire vs NVIDIA SLI debate. Both of these are technologies that allow two or more GPUs to work together simultaneously. This article should help you understand how each works…