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PC Magazine

Nov 01 2020
Magazine

Is quantum the next big computing revolution? And, well, what is it, exactly? We spoke to industry stars to find out. Also news, reviews, tips and how tos, and expert analysis.

The Future of Computing

All About the New Apple iPhones

Inside the Pandemic’s Biggest Cash Cow: Scalper Bot Networks Hawking Hot Products

For Now, Verizon’s 5G Home Internet Service Offers Very Little Coverage

3 Ways AMD’s Ryzen 5000 CPUs Could Dominate the Desktop (and One Way They Won’t)

Browse the Web From a World Away With a VPN

Snapdragon Processors Have a Future in Chromebooks

Apple Watch Series 6: The Best Smartwatch You Can Buy

Bose Frames Tempo: Focused on Sports

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G: Perfect Balance of Power and Price

Lenovo ThinkPad X13 (AMD): A Solid Contender

Asus ZenBook Flip S (UX371): Stunning OLED Display

Optoma HD39HDR: Bright, Low-Lag Projector

Kaspersky Secure Connection VPN: Limited but Very Affordable

Trend Micro Maximum Security: Cross-Platform Protection

Is Quantum Computing a Bubble Ready to Burst? • Not only can quantum physics speed up computing, but it could also redefine how computers communicate and ensure that no one could ever hack them. That’s partly why the pace of quantum innovations has achieved a new urgency. But many experts can’t see the finish line, let alone know when we’ll get there.

LA's COVID-19 Response Runs on Data Science

How to Avoid Running Out of Storage Space on Any Device

How to Protect Your Front-Door Deliveries

How to Organize Your Home Screen With iOS 14’s App Library

North American Governments Hit Hardest by New Ransomware Attacks

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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 162 Publisher: Ziff Davis Edition: Nov 01 2020

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Is quantum the next big computing revolution? And, well, what is it, exactly? We spoke to industry stars to find out. Also news, reviews, tips and how tos, and expert analysis.

The Future of Computing

All About the New Apple iPhones

Inside the Pandemic’s Biggest Cash Cow: Scalper Bot Networks Hawking Hot Products

For Now, Verizon’s 5G Home Internet Service Offers Very Little Coverage

3 Ways AMD’s Ryzen 5000 CPUs Could Dominate the Desktop (and One Way They Won’t)

Browse the Web From a World Away With a VPN

Snapdragon Processors Have a Future in Chromebooks

Apple Watch Series 6: The Best Smartwatch You Can Buy

Bose Frames Tempo: Focused on Sports

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G: Perfect Balance of Power and Price

Lenovo ThinkPad X13 (AMD): A Solid Contender

Asus ZenBook Flip S (UX371): Stunning OLED Display

Optoma HD39HDR: Bright, Low-Lag Projector

Kaspersky Secure Connection VPN: Limited but Very Affordable

Trend Micro Maximum Security: Cross-Platform Protection

Is Quantum Computing a Bubble Ready to Burst? • Not only can quantum physics speed up computing, but it could also redefine how computers communicate and ensure that no one could ever hack them. That’s partly why the pace of quantum innovations has achieved a new urgency. But many experts can’t see the finish line, let alone know when we’ll get there.

LA's COVID-19 Response Runs on Data Science

How to Avoid Running Out of Storage Space on Any Device

How to Protect Your Front-Door Deliveries

How to Organize Your Home Screen With iOS 14’s App Library

North American Governments Hit Hardest by New Ransomware Attacks

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