PC MAG

  1. Fast becoming staples on the desks of gamers and creative pros, 4K monitors are falling in price—but getting more complicated to buy. Here's how to shop for an ultra-high-definition (UHD) display, plus our top picks, backed by deep-dive reviews.

    Whether it's for gaming, office productivity, or creative work—or just to stream your favorite movies—a 4K monitor is a must-have upgrade for some shoppers. But the 4K monitors on the market today are far from alike. Some are built to deliver speedy refresh rates to benefit …

  2. The phone maker's chief also confirms in a blog post that there will be no Galaxy Note this year.

    Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 (Photo: Sascha Segan)


    Samsung's new folding phones will "be armed with more durable, stronger materials" and will have a special S Pen designed for the foldable devices, Samsung Electronics President TM Roh writes in a blog post today.

    The company also confirmed a Galaxy Note 21 is …

  3. With the Remote Desktop app for iOS, iPadOS, and Android, you can connect to and control a remote Windows computer to work with your files and applications.

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    The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many of us to work from home. This has included the need to access computers remotely with Microsoft's Remote Desktop tool, which most people will use to connect their computer at home to the …

  4. Super-size, extra-wide monitors for productivity work, pro media editing, and gaming are transforming the desktop experience. Ready to go (really) big? Check out the top-performing sprawling displays we've tested.

    The past few years have seen the introduction of a whole host of stunning ultrawide computer monitors. They are designed to give discriminating office users, content creators, and gamers a more spacious, immersive view, delivering eye-popping visuals or simply extra room to work. Ultrawides, defined …

  5. Are your Zoom chats getting boring? Why not spice things up with a filter from the Snap Camera app, which adds cool effects to your face and background.

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    With Zoom calls, your computer’s main camera displays you and your surroundings. That’s fine if you want to appear as yourself in your normal office, bedroom, or kitchen. But that’s boring. Instead, add some spice to your appearance and backgrounds with the a alt="Snap …"