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Laptops and tablets with Kaby Lake are so thin and light that their weight in a backpack is not noticeable, unless it’s a fully loaded gaming PC. Samsung’s new 13.3-inch Notebook 9 weighs an amazing 816 grams, but offers only seven hours of battery life. Low-power Kaby Lake chips will also be in laptops and 2-in-1 devices from Lenovo, HP, Acer and Dell that weigh 1 to 1.5 kilograms.

Better battery life

Intel says users can expect 10 hours of battery on thin-and-light laptops and tablets, but PC makers are claiming even longer battery life. Lenovo is claiming its new ThinkPad X1 Carbon will have 15 hours of battery, while the ThinkPad X1 Yoga 2-in-1 will offer 16 hours. Dell is claiming battery life up to 15 hours for its new XPS 13 2-in-1, and 10 hours when streaming Netflix video. Those numbers are based on MobileMark benchmarks, but battery life typically varies in real world usage.

Disappearing display borders

Windows devices are also getting smaller because of thinner borders around displays. The best example is the Dell XPS 13, which is a 13.3-inch laptop compressed in the frame of an 11.6-inch laptop. It has a borderless display, with the screen dominating the entire display panel. The trend is growing with the new PCs, with a notable example being the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, which is a 14-inch laptop in a 13.3-inch laptop frame.

Graphics processors in Kaby Lake chips are capable of processing 4K video, so you will be able to watch movies on a laptop with a screen or external display at that resolution. Intel is also partnering with video streaming companies to push 4K movies to Kaby Lake PCs. 4K movies from Netflix are already available, and Intel said 4K movies from FandangoNow and Sony’s Ultra 4K movies will come later this year. Users will need a Microsoft Edge browser to view the 4K movies.

Microsoft wants to kill passwords with Windows Hello, which can log users into PCs via facial recognition, fingerprints or retina scans. Intel’s providing an alternative to Windows Hello called Authenticate, which requires multiple authentication techniques to log in to PCs. For example, users may be required to log in twice—once during the pre-boot sequence and then again in to Windows once the boot is complete. Authenticate is available only in business PCs with Kaby Lake vPro chips. Intel claims Authenticate is more secure than Windows Hello, as user data is secured and stored in a special CSME (converged security manageability engine) chip, which has its own operating system and firmware. Microsoft and Intel are co-developing a version of Authenticate and Windows Hello with multi-factor authentication to log into a PC and Windows.

Faster storage with Optane

PC designs could change forever with the superfast Optane, a new class of storage and memory that could replace conventional SSDs and DRAM. Intel claims Optane-based SSDs are 10 times faster than today’s SSDs, and denser than DRAM. But here’s the bad news: the first Optane units will be lower-capacity caching storage, not full-fledged SSDs with large storage capacity. The initial Optane units will help load the OS, applications and games faster, and will work with only with Kaby Lake PCs. It could be ideal for gamers looking to buffer games, or those running engineering applications or creating virtual reality content.

The new Kaby Lake chips have faster CPUs and GPUs so applications and graphics can run faster. PCs are also faster as Windows 10 has also been tweaked to work closely with the chip. PC makers are seeing CPU performance improvements between 5 and 15 percent with Kaby Lake chips compared to the predecessor Skylake chips.

More modems and connectivity for laptops

Modems have been in laptops for years more as an afterthought, but not anymore. Lenovo is offering modems as a standard feature in its ThinkPad X1 laptops and 2-in-1s so users can connect to cellular networks if Wi-Fi isn’t available. Like with smartphones, cellular modems will drive communications in laptops, especially with 4G network speeds going up and 5G networks around the corner.

Gamers craving more performance will be able to overclock the Core i7-7820HK Kaby Lake chip, which has a base speed of 2.9GHz but can be cranked up to 4.4GHz. Look for the chip in Dell’s Alienware 15 and 17 laptops, which are being launched at CES.

Wireless charging

There’s a renewed effort to cut cables from PCs with wireless charging and data transfer technologies. Wireless charging laptops are being shown at CES, and Intel’s increasing its focus on bringing WiGig wireless technology to PCs. WiGig can wirelessly connect laptops to peripherals like storage devices and monitors, providing a way to get rid of connectors and display ports from PCs. The wireless technologies are still years away from widespread adoption, but gaining steam again after a few years of inactivity.

Be it through pen, voice, touch or typing, PCs with Kaby Lake chips will provide a more natural way for users to interact with PCs. Intel and Microsoft are developing technology so users can shout out commands to the Cortana voice-activated assistant from longer distances. Additionally, Microsoft is making it easier to take notes on Windows PCs with styluses.

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Why Intel’s Tiger Lake Cpus Will Make Laptops More Confusing To Buy

How it can be that two Intel 11th-gen Tiger Lake notebook PCs, with exactly the same chip inside, can offer performance that differs by up to 37 percent? And more importantly, how can you tell the difference?

The problem is that Intel is designing mobile microprocessors like Tiger Lake to allow laptop makers greater flexibility in how they choose to “clock” them, or at what frequency they’re assigned to run. A laptop that uses a specific processor could run 37 percent faster than a second laptop that includes exactly the same chip, Intel executives say.

That means laptop buyers will have to look harder at actual performance reviews with comparative data to understand what they’re getting.

The problem actually cropped up earlier, as Intel moved into its prior (10th-gen) Ice Lake chips. But Intel executives highlighted it during its Tiger Lake launch as something to watch out for. And it all goes back to how laptop microprocessors have evolved over time.


This column in Intel’s “Tiger Lake” list of processors is a subtle tipoff that Intel has moved away from its limited thermal-design-power metric that has existed for decades.

No fixed frequencies

Traditionally, chips have carried thermal design power (TDP) specifications, defining the power draw and clock speeds at which the chip could safely operate without overheating. Laptops had to manage and sometimes throttle their power demands to keep the chip within certain thermal limits. If a chip exceeded that for some reason, the laptop could throw errors or crash.

Over time, Intel (and AMD) began adding “turbo” capabilities, allowing the chip to exceed its rated voltage through overclocking for a short time, until a risk of overheating forced it to slow down yet again. Intel processors now typically provide single-core turbo modes, all-core turbo modes, and even cherry-pick select cores for overclocking tasks.

With Tiger Lake, Intel has stopped defining its chips in terms of thermal design power, now defining just an “operating range” in watts, explained Ryan Shrout, chief performance strategist for Intel and senior director of client technical marketing. Intel’s Tiger Lake chips designed for laptops (the UP3 family), now have an operating range from 12 to 28 watts. That gives a laptop maker the option of shipping a lower-performance 15W notebook that emphasizes long battery life, or running it at 28W to trade battery life for greater performance. 


Depending on how the laptop is configured, a Tiger Lake chip can vary widely in performance.

How fast is my laptop? Only testing will tell

The same issue existed in the prior Ice Lake generation, but it was more pronounced, as Shrout showed in test data shared at a press briefing. At right below are test results using the CPU-centric HandBrake conversion utility. A Core i7-1065G7 running at 15 watts could, in turbo mode, briefly keep up with the same chip running at 25 watts in a non-turbo PL1 state. 


The problem existed in the 10th-gen “Ice Lake” generation, but the industry still isn’t doing anything about it. Again, the same chip is being compared at different power levels.

“No single design is best in our view, but each design allows for different focuses, and product design choices,” Shrout said.

In this case, however, the interests of consumers and laptop makers are at odds. Laptop makers get the flexibility, but consumers get no insight into whether their laptop is running at a lower or higher performance state. 


Intel is making the argument that the same Tiger Lake chip is actually being used in a range of devices from tablets through gaming PCs, just packaged slightly differently and at different power levels.

Shrout said that Intel did not plan to distinguish further at what power state a chip would run. Intel uses a Core i3/i5/i7/i9 branding structure to tell consumers what performance to expect from its various product families, and it’s launched its “Evo” brand to indicate premium notebooks. Consumers and reviewers are free to use various software tools to determine a notebook’s power settings, Shrout said, even as he encouraged customers to keep their eyes on the prize.

“At the end of the day, the performance is what matters most,” Shrout said.

It’s just that, as Intel admits, you won’t know what sort of performance to expect until that laptop is tested. After this story was published, however, Hiral Gheewala, a marketing director at Intel, chimed in via Twitter. “Mark, look for the EVO logo,” Gheewala wrote. “No compromise in responsiveness or battery life.”

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12 Things Siri Is Actually Good At

Apple’s digital assistant is one of the company’s more limited offerings. While she’s not as powerful as competitors like Google Assistant, Siri’s abilities have improved over time. There are some tasks that are actually easier with Siri than without. Here are a few good reasons to actually use Siri.

1. Set a Timer

I don’t use Siri all the time, but when I do, I’m setting a timer. Activate Siri and say “Set a timer for 10 minutes,” and Siri will automatically start the countdown. Excellent for cooking.

2. Add Calendar Events

3. Make a Note

I tend to get a lot of ideas while I’m driving, but that’s not really a situation where pen and paper is easily accessible. I use Siri to take notes instead. The voice trigger for this command is fairly flexible. Start with something like “Note to self…” or “Make a note…” and Siri will create a new item in Notes containing whatever you say afterwards.

4. Spell a Word

Pronouncing a word and spelling a word are two bits of knowledge that are only loosely related. Rather than typing incorrect permutations and hoping AutoCorrect catches your meaning, check the spelling through Siri. Just say “Spell definitely,” for example, and Siri will reply with a text box showing the word. She’ll also spell it out loud, which could be embarrassing or helpful, depending on your location.

5. Check the Weather

Get quick weather updates through Siri’s voice commands. You can trigger this one with a wide variety of voice commands, from a conversational “How’s the weather?” to a more direct “What’s the temperature?” Either way, you’ll get a quick summary of current conditions by voice. You can also check the screen for the day’s hourly forecast.

6. Calculate a Tip

Ask Siri “What’s 20% of thirty-five dollars and forty-six cents?” and she’ll reply with the correct answer, $7.09. This is especially useful if you forget how to calculate percentages after you’ve had a few drinks.

7. Get Sports Stats

There’s a very specific set of structured data that Siri can fetch, and sports stats are almost perfectly suited for that ability. Ask “What was the score of the Super Bowl?” to get a quick voice summary and a more detailed info box. You can also get a more complete picture by asking something like, “How’s Manchester United doing?” As you can see, the correct answer to the second question is “poorly.”

8. Search the Dictionary

You can also use Siri to find the definition of words. Say “What’s the definition of inconceivable?” and Siri will reply verbally. This might be another context-dependent usage, but it’s great for words you’ve heard spoken but don’t know how to spell.

9. Search Your Own Photos

While Siri’s strongest suit might be web-based querying, that’s not all she can do. You can also search your phone’s own photos using Siri. Say “Find pictures of cats” to see all the photos of cats that you’ve taken. It’s not guaranteed to get every image of cats, but it does a decent job.

10. Find a Movie to See

Say “Search movie times” to see a list of the movies that are currently playing nearby. The well-organized UI for this information is the most valuable part since it makes it easy to see what movies are out now and if they’re any good. Tap on a movie’s poster image to see a description, and then tap “Playing at…” to see the list of theaters current showing the film.

11. Start Your Workout

Thanks to the third-party integrations that Apple added in iOS 10, Siri can now trigger events in non-Apple apps. One of the most useful integrations is starting a workout. Just say “Start a run with MapMyRun” to begin tracking your workout. This will also work with Runtastic, Zova, and Nike+.

12. Get a Ride with Uber or Lyft

Catch a ride with Siri’s third-party Uber and Lyft integration. Say “Take me home in an UberX,” for example, and Siri will generate a request matching those parameters. Confirm the request, and wait for your ride.


Siri has not yet reached the level of an all-purpose digital assistant, but she’s getting there. Take the time to experiment with what she can do: you might just be surprised at how helpful she can be.

Alexander Fox

Alexander Fox is a tech and science writer based in Philadelphia, PA with one cat, three Macs and more USB cables than he could ever use.

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Lake Game Hidden Achievements Guide – How To Get All Of Them

Lake game hidden achievements guide – How to get all of them




Lake is a relaxing game about escaping the day-to-day city life

You play as Meredith, a 40-something that ends up filling in for her dad as the local postman

If you have around 6 or 7 hours, you can definitely beat all of the 10 hidden achievements

Lake is a game about taking a break. About escaping from the busy day-to-day city life and getting away from computers or phones and getting back in touch with your social self.

You take on the role of forty-something Meredith, who returns from the big city to her quiet hometown. She exchanges her busy career at a software company to fill in for her dad, the local mail carrier.

If you’d like to learn more about the game and what we thought of it, be sure to check our review!

Higher Ground – 100G

Reach the hill with the church. (Secret)

You can get this achievement on your first working day. Simply drive to the end of the thin road not far from where you start at the post office. On the top of the hill is a white church and when you drive up to it, the achievement should unlock.

Cat Lover – 100G

Help Mildred by taking Mortimer to Burt (Secret)

On your second working day, one of your stops will be at Mildred, the cat lady. She’ll tell you about her cat Mortimer, who’s feeling sick and ask you to drive him to Burt, the fisherman. When you accept to bring him, the location will show up on your map.

The next day, you can simply drive back to Burt Mackey’s house and pick up Mortimer. When you bring him back to Mildred, the achievement will pop.

Tower Watcher – 100G

Climb the watchtower (Secret)

Drive to the Watch Tower, as marked on the map, and go all the way up. Upon reaching the top floor, the achievement should pop.

NOTE: If you choose to meet Kay at the Watch Tower during the story, you’ll also go up there automatically, but this will not be enough to trigger the achievement, even though it will now show up on the map.

Movie Carrier – 100G

Help Angie by delivering the moviebox (Secret)

Your first stop will be Lori at the garage, the location will show up on your map. Simply deliver the box and help her choose a movie, it doesn’t matter which one she ends up picking, but if you want, you can allow her to see Nightmare On Elm Street at your place and build a better bond with Lori (not required for the achievement)

Your next stop is Burt’s lakeside house, the one we visited to drop off the sick cat. Again, you can help decide which movie he will watch (I went with Jaws).

Wait a day and you can pick up the movie box at Burt’s. When you bring it back to Angie, the achievement will pop.

Workaholic – 100G

Help Steve out both times (Secret)

Most evenings, you’ll get a phone call from either your parents or your boss Steve. Whenever Steve asks to help him out, like looking at his proposal or signing papers, simply choose the options where you do what he asks.

After the second night where you do as he requests, your achievement will pop.

Metal Detector – 100G

Talk to Andy the detectorist (Secret)

Your best bet to find Andy is in the fields near the farm on Friday 4 or Saturday 5 September. He’s usually not far from the road leading up to the farm. I found him on a day where I had to deliver a letter to farmer Jack and he was practically crossing the road as I drove by.

I highlighted his location when I found him on the map:

Shutter Bug – 100G

Help Nancy by testing the photo camera (Secret)

On September 5, go to the general store near the post office and talk to Nancy. She’ll complain about being asked to develop photos and having to test the camera herself. Offer to take pictures in her stead.

As long as you are in possession of the camera, you can press Y to use the camera it. You’ll need to take 12 pictures in total. When you are ready, bring the camera back to her.

NOTE: I was unable to give her the camera the same day. I think you can hand it off any day after that, but don’t wait too long as she’ll need a day to develop the photos.

When you’ve submitted your camera roll, come back the next working day and she’ll ask you to pick a photo to submit for the contest. Right after making your choice, the achievement will pop.

These next achievements all pop at the end of the game, just before the credits roll. Be sure to make a save file at the end of September 12, your last working day so you can load it for the other endings.

Each one will take about 20 minutes of playing from this point because there are a lot of unskippable cutscenes

Free Spirit – 100G

Leave in the RV (Secret)

You’ll have to deliver a letter to the campground at some point, which is where you will meet Mickey and June. Be nice to them and choose to say goodbye when they leave for Canada and they’ll give you their RV.

This also ties into the “Angie romance option”. Basically, be as nice to her as possible throughout the game and when she asks to kiss or hug, say yes. On the final day, Angie will show up and ask you to leave with her in the RV. Simply choose yes and way until the achievement pops just before the credits roll.

The romance is not needed to get the achievement, you can also leave in the RV on your own. But we can all agree, this is the nicer ending, right?

NOTE: This achievement was bugged in the pre-release build. Make sure to have the latest updated version of the game before attempting this one.

Hometowner – 100G

Stay in Providence Oaks (Secret)

If you choose to stay during the final conversations, it should pop. If you choose to leave and have Frank drop you off at the airport, Robert will drive up to you and give you a final chance to stay.

This is the “Robert romance option”. Basically, be as nice to him as possible throughout the game and choose to help him with the anti-deforestation campaign by doing paperwork with him and recording the campaign message on the radio.

NOTE: It’s possible to trigger this without romancing Robert, but you can play it safe. There is also no risk of being friendly towards Angie as well, the only defining choice happens at the very end of the game.

Life In The Fast Lane – 100G

Go back to the big city (Secret)

At the end of the game simply make every possible decision that says you want to stop working for the post office and go back to the big city as a programmer instead.

Both Angie and Robert will probably try to stop you, so choose the options where you turn them down. Now sit back, relax and enjoy the credits sequence. You’ve earned it!

That’s about it when it comes to Lake achievements. Some of them are easier to spot while others are a bit more tricky, but you can definitely get them all if you closely follow our guide.

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12 Ways To Get Past A Paywall

Bypassing a paywall on WSJ, Business Insider, NYT, etc. is supposed to be something only a paid customer can do. A paywall is in place for that very purpose: to prevent anyone but paid users from accessing specific content.

However, depending on how the paywall works, you might have luck using a paywall unblocker to see what’s behind it. Other times, a simple browser trick might be enough to remove the paywall and read the article, watch the video, etc.

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There are two types of paywalls, and you’ll most likely have luck unlocking only the “soft” kind. A soft paywall is one that lets you see some of the content before it blocks the rest, whereas a hard paywall requires payment upfront without a content preview or limited-time access.

Note: We don’t recommend using paywall blockers because they starve a company of a potentially huge revenue source. Similar to ad-blockers, you should use them wisely and consider the impact they might have on your favorite sites.

Also, if you prefer to watch over reading, check out our short video on YouTube where we walk you through some of the paywall-bypassing options mentioned in the article:

12 Paywall Unblockers

You can try a number of methods to get past a paywall. Some are bound to not work at all, but there’s surely one or two options that should work for the site you’re trying to access.

Bypass Paywalls Firefox Extension

Use this Firefox extension to bypass the paywall. It works on Bloomberg, Denver Post, the Baltimore Sun, chúng tôi The Herald, and many other sites. Just use the download link at the top of that page to get the file, and then drag it into a Firefox window to install it.

From there, all you have to do is access the site to see if the extension removed the paywall. You can go into the settings to disable the block (allow the paywall) on any of the supported sites.

Look for the Article Elsewhere

Copy the article’s headline and paste it into a search engine to look for a duplicate. This is one of the easiest ways to get around a paywall because many times, a popular article from a subscription-based

Something important to remember when doing a search like this where there are several spaces is to surround the words in quotes like you see above. This will limit the search results but guarantee that what you find is relevant to the article you’re after.

Try the Unpaywall Chrome Extension

Unpaywall is a Chrome extension that unblocks paywalls on scholarly articles. It scours the internet for free PDF versions of the item and then provides you with a link to find the free version.

Reset Your Browser Cookies

Delete your browser cookies or use incognito mode to get around the paywall. If the website lets you view a handful of articles and then blocks access with a paywall, they’re doing so via storing cookies that track how many pages you’ve viewed.

Removing the cookies or opening the website in incognito mode to bypass the cookies, will appear to the website as though you’re a new visitor, thus resetting the number of free articles you can open.

Learn where your browser’s cookies are stored to delete them. Or, see how to use private browsing mode in Chrome or Opera, Edge or Internet Explorer, or in Firefox.

Enter the page URL into Outline. Outline is meant for annotating web pages and reading the content with little distractions, but due to how it works, it’s generally helpful for getting past paywalls.

Delete the Paywall Manually

Delete the paywall pop-up, if possible. Some websites use a super basic paywall system where the only thing stopping you from viewing the page is a pop-up. While there isn’t an exit button easily accessible, you can view the page source and remove it manually to reveal the content behind it.

paywall message and select Inspect. Use the mouse pointer option at the top left of Chrome’s tool to find the delete several things until you find the right mixture to get rid of the entire paywall.

A similar option that might work if the paywall uses JavaScript, is to block the script with a tool like Quick JavaScript Switcher for Chrome. If you don’t use Chrome or these methods aren’t working, try a web proxy that can strip away scripts, like HMA.

Stop the Page From Fully Loading

Quickly pause the page before the paywall can open. If you don’t have luck deleting it or blocking JavaScript, you might be able to interrupt the page from fully loading to stop the paywall pop-up from displaying.

too quickly or the paywall launches before the article, this won’t work. To try this, just refresh the page and hit the Esc

Dig Through Archive Sites Use a “Read-it-Later” Tool

Similar to the cookie method above, this one doesn’t store the visit as one of your own because the page’s contents are being sent elsewhere and not loaded on your computer.

Convert the Page to PDF

There are lots of page-to-PDF converters out there, one example being chúng tôi Just put the URL of the paywall page into the text box, convert it, and then download the PDF to have yourself an offline, always-accessible copy of the article.

Look for Login Details

If it’s a hard paywall you’re dealing with that requires a user account, try a shared login service. Websites like BugMeNot might have login details you can use to log in to the website and bypass the paywall by pretending to be a real user.

Sign up for a Free Trial

Another paywall bypass method involves paying…sort of. If there’s an option to apply for a trial so that you can get around the paywall, use it and then cancel the trial before you’re charged. This is definitely a no-brainer, but the reason we bring it up is because it’s still free and will definitely get you past the block.

However, if you do this, be sure to cancel the trial or you’ll have to pay! You can use a virtual payment service like Privacy to make sure the card you use to pay only covers the trial and won’t charge you for the service.

How To Get Your Pc Performing Like New With Ccleaner

How to get your PC performing like new with CCleaner




If you want to get your PC performing like new, CCleaner can help you with its automatic features.

The free PC optimizer app is extremely easy to use and will even delete hard-to-find junk files

In the Pro version, you also receive an automatic Driver Updater tool, a Software Updater, and much more.

You have probably noticed that in time, after installing a lot of apps, your PC starts to run slower, and your frustration grows bigger when even the simplest tasks take seconds to perform.

Don’t worry, you’re not alone and there are plenty of solutions to get rid of this problem. However, it takes time to clean all the junk and uninstall all the unwanted apps.

That’s why in this article we will explain how to get your computer performing like new by using an automatic solution called CCleaner.

How can CCleaner help you make your PC run faster?

First of all, CCleaner is a free PC optimizer app that comes with a lot of tools that will clean your PC and help it run faster.

You can use the free version forever but after you install it, you will be able to trial all the features from the paid Pro version for 14 days.

For instance, a Pro feature of CCleaner is to monitor any junk files in real-time and clean your browser automatically after you close it, so it protects your privacy by deleting the tracking files and browsing data.

And by clearing your junk files from all the places that no other software can reach, you will start noticing that your PC runs again like new.

How can I use CCleaner to get my PC performing like new?

After this procedure, you may already notice that your PC is running smoother, but you can do a lot more with CCleaner so keep reading.

With this option, you can manually set up the cleaning scheme for most of your Windows or third-party apps, and even delete system unused files like Event logs and others.

Now, if you want to update all of them automatically, you will need a Pro license. Otherwise, you can only see what are the drivers that you need to update.

As this is a more delicate procedure, when you hit the Review selected Issues button you will be prompted to create a Registry backup just in case.

CCleaner helps you easily fix registry issues

After you create the backup, CCleaner will go through all the modifications with you one by one, so you can decide whether to perform them or not.

You also have a Fix All Selected Issues button if you don’t want to spend more time on this than you should.

That’s it! Now you know how to get your PC performing like new by using CCleaner and we hope that it now runs a lot faster.

Remember, this is an optimizer app, not a security solution so it won’t replace your antivirus but as you’ve seen, it helps you protect your privacy by removing trackers and browsing history.

CCleaner is also on our list including the best DLL repair software tools so if you have that problem, you know how to solve it.

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