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PC World Latest NewsAug 13, 2022
Best gaming laptops: What to look for and highest rated models

[The best laptops: Premium laptops, budget laptops, 2-in-1s, and more]

Updated 08/12/22 To add a new recommendation to our list: the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro, an impressive gaming laptop its own right, which also includes a bounty of ports, making it a worthy option for anyone who values myriad connectivity options. Scroll down to learn more about this laptop and all of our other picks.

Best gaming laptops Razer Blade 17 (2022) - Best overall 17-inch gaming laptop

PC World Latest NewsAug 12, 2022
The best wireless gaming headsets: Top picks for audio quality, comfort, and more

To hardcore gamers, gaming headsets have become another tool that helps them get an edge over competitors, hence personalization is a big consideration. Here players look for headsets with the best spatial audio, and software support to fine tune audio settings like EQ and to tailor-make presets for specific games.

Suffice to say, considering all the ins and outs of a particular headset can be a little daunting. To simplify things, our PCWorld reviewers have done the legwork by getting hands-on with each device. While we review everything that comes our way—the good, the bad, and the ugly—only those that have excelled in our testing make it into our list below. These headsets strike a balance between performance and usability, placing them in a league above the rest.

For a rundown on how we test wireless gaming headsets and for buying advice, read on below our recommendations.

1. Astro A50 - Best overall wireless gaming headset / Best premium option

Mac RumorsAug 11, 2022
Apple Removes 'Hide My Email' Support in Third-Party Apps From macOS Ventura Features Page
Apple recently removed a mention of "Hide My Email" support in third-party apps from the macOS Ventura features page on its U.S. website, as noted by French website MacGeneration. The feature was still listed on the page as of August 3, according to the Wayback Machine, but it was removed at some point since then.

PC World Latest NewsAug 03, 2022
Google Chrome's latest release packs in 27 security fixes

Most of the bugs were spotted and submitted by non-Google members of the Chromium team, which submit changes to the open source version of the browser that Google then implements in the main version of Chrome. Security researchers hunting for these vulnerabilities can rake in some respectable dough in via Google's rewards program. The top prize for version 104 went to an anonymous contributor who spotted a head corruption bug in the Omnibox behavior, netting them a cool $10,000 USD prize.

The new version is headed for the stable channel now, so you should see it update automatically over the next few days unless you're running a Beta or newer version of Chrome. If you can't wait that long, click the primary menu button, then "Help" and "About Google Chrome." The update process should start right away. A relaunch will apply the changes.


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