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PC Magazine

Sep 01 2022
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Are you ready to give up on cable TV for good—or do you just need more great video to stream? Our September issue has all the advice you need! Plus news, reviews, tips & how tos, and expert analysis.

Stream On • Whether you’re hunting for more stuff to stream, or you’re ready to say goodbye to cable completely, we can help.

Security Advice Is on Everyone’s Mind • Our experts earned praise from readers—again! Plus various comments on various stories.

Hear 64 Cores Roar! First Tests: AMD’s Monster Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5995WX • The first sample of AMD’s new Threadripper Pro 5000 series just showed up at PC Labs, and we couldn’t help but tease our first benchmarks from this ultimate beast-mode processor.

5 Modern Technologies ‘The Jetsons’ Accurately Predicted 60 Years Ago • In honor of George Jetson’s birthday, we took a look at all the current technologies the show accurately anticipated.

PCMag Cheap 100: 3 Deals for September • We’ll let you know each month about some of the best tech bargains to be found. All our deals feature lab-tested products recommended by our expert analysts. Happy shopping!

For the Disabled, Consumer Electronics Aren’t There Yet • It’s a new world for the differently abled thanks to software patches, but hardware needs to be designed from the beginning with accessibility in mind.

iRobot and Its Roombas Could Give Amazon a Window Into Your Home • Why does Amazon want a robot vacuum company? Spoiler: It’s always about the data.

This Modest Proposal Solves the Apple-Google ‘Green Bubble’ Debate • Apple just needs to make one simple change to its messaging app. But Google won’t like it.

OnePlus 10T: Terrific Performance • OnePlus gets its groove back.

LG Tone Free Fit (TF8): True Wireless Earphones • Durable and highly customizable earbuds for the gym, with a neat Bluetooth trick

LG Gram 17 (2022): Light, but No Lightweight • ‘Alder Lake’ arrives on the lightest 17-incher around.

Seagate FireCuda Beskar Ingot External Hard Drive: Mandalorian Design • This hard drive amps up your Star Wars geek cred.

Surfshark VPN: Worth the Price • Stylish VPN protection with unique new features

Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered (for PC): Awesome Adventure • Web-slinging splendor

PCMag Picks the Best Video Streaming Services • Cord cutters have plenty of excellent choices beyond Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix. Our exhaustive guide compares the top streaming services across multiple genres.

The Ultimate Cord Cutter's Guide • Ready to ditch cable TV? Here are the streaming services and devices you’ll need to get started.

Inside Computer Stores of the 1970s and 1980s • As part of PCMag’s 40th-anniversary celebration, here are some rare scenes from the early days of personal computer shopping.

5 Tips for Teaching Kids the Cybersecurity Basics • Since teaching online safety isn’t a priority in public schools, parents must handle the fundamentals. Here’s where to start.

How to Connect Your iPhone or iPad to Your TV • Your iOS devices are great media players, but sometimes you want to watch on a larger screen.

Did an AI Paint That? • DALL-E 2 is such a good artist that most people have trouble telling its art from the ‘real’ deal.

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Frequency: One time Pages: 142 Publisher: Ziff Davis Edition: Sep 01 2022

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Are you ready to give up on cable TV for good—or do you just need more great video to stream? Our September issue has all the advice you need! Plus news, reviews, tips & how tos, and expert analysis.

Stream On • Whether you’re hunting for more stuff to stream, or you’re ready to say goodbye to cable completely, we can help.

Security Advice Is on Everyone’s Mind • Our experts earned praise from readers—again! Plus various comments on various stories.

Hear 64 Cores Roar! First Tests: AMD’s Monster Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5995WX • The first sample of AMD’s new Threadripper Pro 5000 series just showed up at PC Labs, and we couldn’t help but tease our first benchmarks from this ultimate beast-mode processor.

5 Modern Technologies ‘The Jetsons’ Accurately Predicted 60 Years Ago • In honor of George Jetson’s birthday, we took a look at all the current technologies the show accurately anticipated.

PCMag Cheap 100: 3 Deals for September • We’ll let you know each month about some of the best tech bargains to be found. All our deals feature lab-tested products recommended by our expert analysts. Happy shopping!

For the Disabled, Consumer Electronics Aren’t There Yet • It’s a new world for the differently abled thanks to software patches, but hardware needs to be designed from the beginning with accessibility in mind.

iRobot and Its Roombas Could Give Amazon a Window Into Your Home • Why does Amazon want a robot vacuum company? Spoiler: It’s always about the data.

This Modest Proposal Solves the Apple-Google ‘Green Bubble’ Debate • Apple just needs to make one simple change to its messaging app. But Google won’t like it.

OnePlus 10T: Terrific Performance • OnePlus gets its groove back.

LG Tone Free Fit (TF8): True Wireless Earphones • Durable and highly customizable earbuds for the gym, with a neat Bluetooth trick

LG Gram 17 (2022): Light, but No Lightweight • ‘Alder Lake’ arrives on the lightest 17-incher around.

Seagate FireCuda Beskar Ingot External Hard Drive: Mandalorian Design • This hard drive amps up your Star Wars geek cred.

Surfshark VPN: Worth the Price • Stylish VPN protection with unique new features

Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered (for PC): Awesome Adventure • Web-slinging splendor

PCMag Picks the Best Video Streaming Services • Cord cutters have plenty of excellent choices beyond Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix. Our exhaustive guide compares the top streaming services across multiple genres.

The Ultimate Cord Cutter's Guide • Ready to ditch cable TV? Here are the streaming services and devices you’ll need to get started.

Inside Computer Stores of the 1970s and 1980s • As part of PCMag’s 40th-anniversary celebration, here are some rare scenes from the early days of personal computer shopping.

5 Tips for Teaching Kids the Cybersecurity Basics • Since teaching online safety isn’t a priority in public schools, parents must handle the fundamentals. Here’s where to start.

How to Connect Your iPhone or iPad to Your TV • Your iOS devices are great media players, but sometimes you want to watch on a larger screen.

Did an AI Paint That? • DALL-E 2 is such a good artist that most people have trouble telling its art from the ‘real’ deal.

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