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Tim Sweezy




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Have you ever wished you could have a business address located in space? Well Blue Origin and Sierra Space are about to make that a possibility with the Orbital Reef space station. Michael Scott would surely be watching with enthusiasm, with Dwight and Jim competing to be the first paper supplier in space! Blue... Read more...
Sony's newest smartphone, the Xperia PRO-I, is aimed at adding a whole new level of photography and videography right in your pocket. This follows the August launch of Sony's Xperia 1 III flagship phone. The phone will house the same awesome image sensor as Sony's RX100 VII compact camera (yes, you read that... Read more...
Fans of Halo and Nerf guns have a reason to celebrate as the Nerf limited edition Needler goes up for pre-order on Amazon. So start practicing your aim, Spartans, as your time to pelt your enemies with Nerf darts is approaching. Nerf has attempted to market Halo's Needler in the past. However, this time it has put... Read more...
Facebook's recently announced re-brand may be coming a bit too late as new whistleblower documents continue to emerge this morning. Documents collectively known as "The Facebook Papers" began being published on Friday, October 22nd. Facebook has been experiencing a torrent of backlash since whistleblower Frances... Read more...
NASA has been busy preparing for the inaugural launch of its Artemis program. As the launch quickly approaching, workers have fully stacked the massive rocket and its payload, the Orion spacecraft. Artemis I is scheduled for launch in February 2022, following the recent NASA launch of the Lucy probe earlier this... Read more...
Some older PC users may have noticed a hit to their computer's performance recently. The cause may not be because they upgraded to Windows 11 (if you are fortunate enough for your PC to meet the requirements), but on legacy Windows 10 installations and due to older solid state drives in combination with a recent... Read more...
Chances are if you were one of the people who ordered a new Pixel 6, you were scrambling to get your order secured. Some have realized since then that they forgot to add the free Pixel Buds Google that Google offered for pre-ordering. Do'h! Not to worry though, Google has your back. The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro went on... Read more...
Pixel users have taken to Twitter in recent days to report some serious issues they have encountered since Android 12 rolled out. This news comes as Google is set to begin shipping its flagship Pixel 6 and 6 Pro on October 28th. Pixel owners took to social media and Google Support forums to find out if other owners... Read more...
Dice had more than a few players complain that its new Specialist template led to a lack of teamwork within the game during open beta. The developer says it heard their fans loud and clear, and addressed the conerned (along with a lot of other stuff) in a somewhat long blog post. One only needs to peruse the... Read more...
The US government reported earlier this month that ransomware payments topped $81 million dollars in the first quarter of 2021 alone. This fact is in part the reason why the US government is looking to add new laws to combat ransomware. This also creates an environment where groups like Fin7 find creative ways of... Read more...
Those who are currently using either an NVIDIA RTX 3080 Ti or a GeForce RTX 3060 may be having a hard time upgrading to Windows 11. This could be because if you are using a DisplayPort on your monitor these GPUs will only turn on the display once Windows loads. Some people using those NVIDIA GPUs affected by the... Read more...
In 2020 a study showed the IT industry spent an estimated $2 trillion in software development associated with debugging code. The study also showed that 50 percent of IT budgets were allocated to debugging code alone. Intel hopes to change those numbers by making its ControlFlag tool open-source. ControlFlag is an... Read more...
OG gamers will remember the days of lugging their heavy gaming towers to LAN parties. Heck, some of you may still be doing that. Those days may finally be long gone with the announcement by Gigabyte and its concept portable gaming PC with integrated 5G connectivity, made by Aorus gaming division. Gigabyte showcased... Read more...
Building your first PC can be a daunting experience trying to figure out what parts will play nicely together. Not to mention the stress of trying to find a GPU at MSRP (good luck with that). NZXT is attempting to make all that quite a bit easier by offering a pair of all-inclusive kits that can take most of the... Read more...
Some of you may have woken up today and seen an ad for a working Fisher Price Chatter Telephone seemingly aimed at adults (and/or high-tech children), and thought it was April already. Well, it is not April Fool’s Day because you can indeed pre-order an actual working version of the nostalgic Chatter Telephone... Read more...
Neil Armstrong spoke the first words from the moon, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”, on July 20, 1969. Five decades later NASA plans to connect the moon to Earth via a Lunar Network (LunaNet), before once again placing boots on the moon, and eventually to Mars and even beyond. NASA has... Read more...
Google’s flagship Pixel 6 and 6 Pro may be more affordable than previously reported, according to a recent post on Twitter. This should come as amazing news to Pixel fans awaiting the release of the 6 and 6 Pro with Google’s new Tensor chip, it's first home-brewed SoC for mobile phones. Google is set to reveal all... Read more...
Many of us have experienced the woes of having printer issues, however, you may not think about a printer not providing all the functions it advertises as being one of them. But one person has deemed a particular Canon product as being deceiving in its marketing. David Leacraft, of New York, recently filed a... Read more...
In a “proof of concept” flight, Unither Bioelectronics delivered donor lungs in a way that should make the likes of Amazon envious. The lungs were in fact delivered via a drone from Toronto Western Hospital to Toronto General Hospital in just about six minutes. This may sound like a simple feat with how common the... Read more...
Last week saw its share of data breaches and leaks, and Twitch was by no means spared from it all. Today, however, Twitch downplayed the massive security breach it was hit with, insisting on its blog that the damage only affected a small fraction of its users, with not much compromised. The Twitch data breach left... Read more...
Have you ever wanted to play Rocket League or watch your favorite sports team with friends in your backyard? Did you try taking your expensive TV outside to only find out that it wasn’t able to illuminate the screen to beat out the brightness of the mid-day sun? Well, a popular YouTuber decided to take on an outdoor... Read more...
The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are scheduled to launch on October 19 and more leaks are emerging on its flagship Tensor chip performance. For now, it seems Tensor trails its rivals (Qualcomm’s Snapdragon and Samsung’s Exynos) by a good bit in multi-threaded performance, while being a bit more competitive in... Read more...
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