William Min

William Min

William Min is a writer for computers and gaming at B&H. An avid fan of technology, Will uses just about everything, from Mac to Windows, iOS to Android, and more. When he’s not staring at a computer screen, Will enjoys real life by playing basketball, going on road trips, and attending New York Giants games.

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Corning Optical Cables can reach bi-directional, dual-channel transfer rates of up to 20Gb/s. They are also backwards compatible with Thunderbolt as well, although they will be limited to 10Gb/s.

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When the FCC isn't battling Verizon over 'net neutrality, they're voting unanimously to open up 100MHz of the wireless spectrum for unlicensed Wi-Fi use. The 100MHz will come from the lower end of the 5GHz band, previously held by satellite phone companies.

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Do the words “network-attached storage” intimidate you? They shouldn’t, because this is something that isn’t as "corporate" as you might think. While the thought of setting up your own personal cloud may seem daunting at first, many NAS drives are now made with the consumer in mind.

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A breakthrough in innovation, the Crucial M550 solid-state drive is more than 20 times faster than the traditional mechanical hard drive and consumes significantly less power. It enables your computer to boot up instantly, load files and applications quickly, accelerate taxing programs, and manage power efficiently.

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“OK, Google, secretly record that person without their knowledge.” This is more or less how people feel about Google Glass users. While wearable tech has tremendous potential for the future, it also raises ethical questions. Below are five simple tips to keep you and your body-mounted gadget out of hot water.

 
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Photographer Dan Carr, from ShutterMuse.com, shares his personal data backup workflow and explains how a recent hard drive failure caused him trouble, despite routine redundancy efforts.

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While the built-in speakers of some Mac computers, such as the MacBook Air, the MacBook Pro and iMac, are sufficient enough for a portable audio experience, sometimes you have to plug in external desktop speakers to truly get a high-quality listening experience. Here are some suggestions for accessories to brighten your Apple OS experience.

 
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When Windows 8 was released on August 1of this year, its reception was fairly mixed. With a heavy emphasis on the touch capabilities of tablets and touch-enabled computers, Microsoft unintentionally alienated many of its desktop users.

 
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If you’re wondering why Apple’s newest version of Mac OS X isn’t named Bobcat or Cougar, Apple decided to break from its tradition of naming their Mac OS X versions after felines. Instead, Apple went with the name Mavericks for Mac OS X 10.9. You may also be pleased to hear that you’ll be able to upgrade to Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks for free.

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The MacBook Air may have gotten first dibs on the 4th-generation Haswell Intel® Core™ processors back in June, but Apple hasn’t forgotten about the MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Both the 13.3” and 15.4” models received updates on October 22 and are ready to take your Mac experience to the next level.

 
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When Apple sent out invitations to the press for their keynote with the tagline “a lot to cover,” they were not kidding. On October 22, Apple introduced the new iPad Air, added the Retina Display to the iPad Mini, and finally announced availability of the long-anticipated Mac Pro. MacBook Pro with Retina Display models have also received hardware updates.

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