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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2 years ago
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Microsoft went all out for its Xbox E3 2018 Briefing, announcing an exhausting 50 games; 18 were console-launch exclusives and 15 were world premieres. With more than 6,000 people in attendance at the Microsoft Theater, and streaming to millions of viewers on Mixer, Twitch, YouTube, and more, the Xbox E3 Briefing got straight to the point by featuring trailer after trailer of all the games you...
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Electronic Arts (EA) kicked things off this weekend by holding a press conference on Saturday, June 9, showcasing some of its upcoming games. While there weren't any surprises, EA did make some interesting announcements. There was also a running theme of no loot boxes. Battlefield V Battlefield V was the first game up. While it was already announced at the end of May, EA and DICE provided more...
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The Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, is just days away, which means you should get ready for the onslaught of gorgeous cinematic trailers, lengthy gameplay demos, and a near limitless amount of gaming memes. Arguably the biggest gaming convention, E3 is where all the big brands, developers, and publishers come together to showcase new and upcoming video games. Some of those...
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Lighten the load of large amounts of paper in your backpack or briefcase with the Sony 10.3" DPT-CP1 Digital Paper. Weighing just 8.5 ounces, the DPT-CP1 is noticeably smaller and lighter than its big brother, the...
3 years ago
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In 2016, HTC made a name for itself in the virtual reality world with the original Vive Headset. The Vive headset was widely regarded as one of the flagship VR headsets, especially when it came to VR gaming. Now, two years later, HTC has made several improvements with the...
3 years ago
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Make, play, and discover with Nintendo Labo Kits. Using cardboard, Joy-Con controllers, and the Nintendo Switch gaming console (sold separately), Nintendo Labo provides an interactive build-and-play experience for children....
3 years ago
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If Facebook's scandals and congressional hearings have got you questioning whether you should post that meme, maybe it’s time to update some of your privacy settings. We’ll show you how to control who can see your profile and what you post, as well as go over how you can improve your privacy on three of the most popular social media platforms. Facebook Facebook's privacy settings have always been...
3 years ago
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While hosting an education event in Chicago, Apple announced the new Apple 9.7" iPad. Now with an updated A10 Fusion chip, Apple Pencil support, and a focus on augmented-reality apps, Apple improved its most popular iPad model. While the Apple iPad still features the 9.7" Retina Display with...
3 years ago
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Since the original iPod, Apple has innovated the way we've listened to music. Now, with the Apple HomePod, you'll be able to do more than just blast your favorite tunes. The HomePod is a wireless speaker, a smart home hub, and a Siri-enabled intelligent assistant all rolled into one device....
3 years ago
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While the focus of virtual reality has largely been on gaming and consumer use, it doesn’t mean that the medium can’t be used for business. Virtual reality has the potential to become a useful tool for training new employees, taking an in-depth look at 3D models, like those for engineering and architecture, and even as an alternative to conference calls. Forget 3D printers and visualize your...
3 years ago
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Reality has never been harder to get a grasp on. In addition to real life, the introduction of virtual reality, augmented reality—and now, mixed reality—has really blurred the lines. While we may not be inserting plugs into the backs of our heads like in The Matrix just yet, virtual reality has come a long way since the red monochrome days of Nintendo’s Virtual Boy gaming console. So, what is the...
3 years ago
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For the longest time, I was stuck with a single monitor for my computer. Trying to view multiple websites simultaneously was a pain. Watching a YouTube video while typing a Word document was nearly impossible. Ever see four tiny windows opened on a single monitor? It’s not a pretty sight. Now, you may ask, why didn’t you just buy another monitor? Well, for starters, the monitor I was using, Apple...
3 years ago
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The ASUS Mixed Reality Headset allows you to utilize virtual reality fully in Windows Mixed Reality. With two external cameras located on the headset itself, you don't need additional sensors for six degrees of freedom (6DoF) tracking. Combined with the motion controllers, each with 32 LED...
3 years ago
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After reviewing the Nintendo Switch a few months ago, I had to send the Switch back to Nintendo. And while it was impressive, I didn’t feel the need to purchase a Nintendo Switch of my own… at least, not right away. However, my commutes into Manhattan became less and less enjoyable. Forced...
3 years ago
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While modern gaming consoles are focused on pushing 4K graphics and online multiplayer, you may feel nostalgic for the good old days of retro Nintendo games. Instead of searching online and in stores for decades-old retro gaming systems, HYPERKIN has you covered with a wide variety of systems that support traditional Nintendo game cartridges. The...
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