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Rolling out a new operating system -- whether for the desktop or mobile devices -- can be dicey. Flashy new features often mean that old hardware gets left behind.
Google's Chrome browser is now expected to surge past Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) browser in the workplace by the end of the year. In fact, the research firm expects two-thirds of workplace users will rely on Chrome as their main browser by sometime in 2016.
Average prices for 128GB solid-state drives (SSDs) hit something of a milestone in the second quarter of the year, falling to $50 for PC makers. And 256GB SSDs are now below the $100 mark.
On the same day it announced that Windows 10 will officially be available July 29, Microsoft activated its expected "nag" campaign to push users to upgrade this summer.
If you're one of the growing number of people who carries a smartphone everywhere, why not take advantage of mobile apps that can help you organize your medical history, eat right, exercise or fall asleep at night?