Windows 11 is coming. But can your current PC upgrade to it? That’s been a controversial question with no clear answers, and unfortunately, Microsoft’s communication surrounding the subject hasn’t helped. In the name of security, Microsoft insisted that it would only let computers with processors that support TPM 2.0 upgrade to the latest and greatest OS—which cut out millions of devices.
Now we have a reprieve. Microsoft came up with a loophole that will let you put Windows 11 on your machine, even if it isn’t officially supported. But like all loopholes, you’ll have to jump through some hoops to take advantage. Check out the top story for more details.
Hey, remember how Microsoft put together a tool to determine if your PC could update to Windows 11? And then updated the tool with better information, only to pull it down entirely? Now it’s back and more useful than ever. But you either need to be a Windows Insider to get to it or find the direct link in our coverage.
Do you own an NVIDIA Shield TV? Well, it turns out it won’t get Android TV 10. But that’s not so bad, really.
Do you like LEGO? Of course, you do. Do you know all about the LEGO VIP program with free LEGO rewards? No? We’re here to help.
Windows 11 is a mess. What should be an otherwise excellent follow-up to Windows 10 has been marred by Microsoft’s terrible communication about whether you can even upgrade your PC. Now we have some good news. Your old PC can probably upgrade after all. The bad news? You’ll have to use a workaround. Read More »
Nuro, a start-up making autonomous delivery robot vehicles, announced Thursday that it’s building a factory and a closed course test track in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company, founded by two ex-Google engineers, looks to spend $40 million on new facilities as it plans for the future. Read More »
When the Microsoft Surface Duo launched, I absolutely adored the form factor and split app view. But I hated how slow it ran and how easily it broke and ultimately returned it. Now it looks like the Surface Duo 2 is on the way, and it might fix some of its biggest issues. Read More »
This week Google finally released its popular YouTube Music app for Wear OS smartwatches, but unfortunately, it only works with Samsung’s two latest Galaxy Watch 4 devices so far. Google’s music service only plays nice with watches running the new Wear OS 3. Read More »
It never hurts to be prepared, and with this portable 3-in-1 air compressor, tire inflator, and air pump you’ll be ready to handle anything. It’s perfect to keep in your car in case one of your tires is looking low, but it can also handle tasks like inflating water toys, air mattresses, balloons, and more. It can inflate anything quickly and allows you to enter a preset limit for automatic inflation. It comes with three nozzles, an extra fuse, a valve extender, a quick connector, a screw rotation attachment, and has a built-in LED flashlight for use at night.
The NVIDIA Shield TV is one of the very best streaming devices you can plug into a TV. Whether it’s serving as a Plex server, playing games, or streaming your favorite services, it does it all. But right now, it runs older Android TV software, and it won’t get Android TV 10. But that’s fine. Really! Read More »
If you’ve taken a visit to the LEGO website, you’ve likely seen something about the LEGO VIP program. While the name may make it sound exclusive, anyone can join. It can net you discounts, free LEGO sets, and other valuable rewards—so let’s see how this works. Read More »
If you’ve been looking for a powerful new gaming laptop or some Razer accessories to up your Call of Duty gameplay, look no further than Amazon’s huge Razer sale going on today only. The online retailer is offering over 30 of Razer’s best products for up to 30-percent off. Read More »
Pumpkin Spice Latte season is officially here! The beloved Starbucks fall drink is highly anticipated every year and delicious all by itself. But for even more flavor and variety, you can try these PSL hacks! Read More »