Some of the things this pandemic has highlighted is the need for sterile environments and how dirty our electronics are. We don’t think about it so much, but our touchscreens and keyboards are practically petri dishes for some pretty vomit-inducing bacteria. No, literally: in 56 studies conducted in over 20 countries, over a third of
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When it was first released almost 4 years ago, the Alienware Area-51 Threadripper was one of the most advanced pieces of gaming machinery available to the mass market. At the time of its release, the base version cost $2,699, with prices still playing around that range. But 4 years later, is it still worth it?
For many casual PC users (especially those who fancy themselves tech gurus), UserBenchmark has been crucial in helping them figure out whether or not their rig can handle a certain amount of work, and for good reason: UserBenchmark is very easy-to-use, little-to-no-training required, and displays the information it gathers from your PC (a standalone system
I say this without malice nor hyperbole: without Dungeons and Dragons, there would be no ‘geek’ culture. So much of what we know and love about videogames, high and low fantasy, roleplaying, and other aspects of ‘geek’ culture were popularized, refined, and in some ways, perfected, by DnD. This isn’t to say that DnD created
Despite the release of the iPad’s 8th generation back in September of 2020 to critical acclaim, many users are still holding on to their iPad 7th generation for a simple reason: it’s one of the best -if not the best -iPad generation of all time, and its compatibility with Apple’s Smart Keyboard truly makes the
There are only a few weeks left in 2020, and a new year is bound to bring more challenges, innovations, and opportunities. As most of us know, the last 10 months have been tumultuous and full of uncertainties for industries around the world. The COVID-19 pandemic, which is still ravaging many countries, has caused massive disruption in
Despite an official confirmation by Bethesda, we at Gizmosphere are going to call it: Fallout 5 is going to happen. In fact, we dare say that Fallout 5’s release is pretty much an inevitability at this point, given the sheer popularity and cultural reach of the series. Now, as to when Fallout 5 is going
Working remotely has become a popular norm, especially nowadays that the coronavirus outbreak has resulted in lockdowns. Most companies have allowed workers to work from home to continue providing services while staying safe during the pandemic. This is especially true for tech professionals, marketing specialists, writers, and other jobs that mostly requires a laptop or desktop
Perhaps one of the biggest rumors to swirl around the tech industry in 2020 is the news that Nintendo is out there plotting a more powerful version of the Switch. Dubbed the Nintendo Switch Pro by eager Nintendo fans, the console –and any news about it, really –has yet to be confirmed by Nintendo themselves.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak started, most employers have adapted to the new working setup. Statistics show that 66% of employees are now working from home. Indeed, it minimizes the risks of contracting the disease. But with autonomy and less supervision, it is also easy to procrastinate, let alone when laziness strikes! So how can you