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Smartphone OEMs have wasted no time pushing the envelope with specs and pricing in recent years. Devices like the iPhone 11 Pro and Galaxy Note 10 start at around $1,000 and can easily creep into the mid $1,000 range when you up the storage capacity (or add 5G in the case of Samsung's flagships). Likewise, Samsung is... Read more...
The new 11.30 update for Fortnite has arrived, and with it comes a bunch of new stuff and the usual round of bug fixes. In addition, however, data miners have busted out their snow shovels and plowed through the codebase to uncover some winter-themed goodies, including a whole bunch of new skins and items. Let's... Read more...
Game devs seemingly can't launch a shooter without a battle royale mode today to appease gamers. Battle royale fever is extending beyond the shooter realm with an announcement that Forza Horizon 4 is getting a new game mode called The Eliminator. Xbox One and PC gamers will get The Eliminator mode at no cost as part... Read more...
Back in October, AMD released its Radeon RX 5500 series GPUs for OEM desktop and mobile systems. The Radeon RX 5500 featured the same RDNA-infused Navi GPU architecture as the more powerful Radeon RX 5700 XT, but scaled things back for lower-power applications and more affordable price points. The cards weren’t destined for the channel... Read more...
Porsche has been hyping up its EV called the Taycan for a while. Many already thought Porsche was questionable on the EV front since the Taycan Turbo/Turbo S doesn't even have a turbo. Many have also made fun of the name of the Porsche EV; we suspect all the good names were...Taycan. Silly name aside, the most... Read more...
The internet made a mockery of Apple's new Pro Display XDR display mere minutes after it was announced. The first hits came after the display's $4,999 price tag was revealed. Then the guffaws grew louder once Apple revealed that the display's stand was optional; meaning that you'd have to fork over an additional $999... Read more...
The launch of Samsung's Galaxy S11 smartphone is fast approaching, and a fresh tweet from a reliable source claims to have inside information on when the smartphone will be officially revealed. According to Ice Universe, Samsung has penciled in a mid-February launch for the Galaxy S11 family. More specifically, Ice... Read more...
We have electric scooters, electric bicycles, and electric cars, even ones that go insanely fast. Thanks for Harbour Air, North America's biggest seaplane airline company and a proponent of electrical aviation, we can add add electric commercial aircraft to the growing list of transportation options that are entirely... Read more...
Is a smart speaker on your holiday wish list? What if you could get it for less than a trip to the dollar store? The Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) is currently available for $0.99 USD with the purchase of an Amazon Music Unlimited Individual Plan subscription. The subscription initially costs $10.98 for non-Prime... Read more...
If you are lucky when it comes to overclocking, you will hit the silicon lottery and end up with a CPU that can race past its stock speeds without breaking a sweat. Appropriately enough, a vendor called Silicon Lottery takes the guess work out of the equation by pre-testing CPUs and then guaranteeing certain... Read more...
Intel is on the verge of releasing a new family of desktop processors, and like many generations that have come before it, Comet Lake-S will be based on venerable 14nm process tech. The latest processor from this upcoming desktop launch has leaked in the form of the Core i5-10600. The Core i5-10600 was spotted... Read more...
Intel has announced what it says is the world's smallest high-resolution LiDAR depth camera. The device is called the Intel RealSense LiDAR Camera L515, and with it, the company is introducing a new type of solid-state LiDAR tech. The L515 uses LiDAR to scan a full scene allowing it to provide a point cloud with up to... Read more...
If you have been on the fence about giving Origin Access a whirl, Electronics Arts has an offer that might be tempting enough to pull you in, at least for a month. From now until December 16, new subscribers can sign up and pay $0.99 for the first month, after which the price reverts back to its normal $4.99/month... Read more...
Intel has posted a security advisory saying that several of its desktop and mobile processors are susceptible to a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to alter a CPU's voltage and frequency. The goal for an attacker would be to use the exploit to swipe data from within a secured area of the CPU known as Intel... Read more...
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