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Samsung set preorder sales records with the Galaxy S10 lineup, with most people ordering the larger, and more expensive Galaxy S10+ smartphone. Despite the device's popularity in preorders, it has had a few issues that users have had to deal with. Smartphone shoppers looking for a new device can now get nice discounts... Read more...
We are still catching up on all of the announcements from Computex last week—there were a lot of products unveiled—and one that initially slipped by our radar is a new gaming monitor. Gigabyte announced the AORUS CV27F, a rather boring name for an interesting panel that the company is pitching as the "world's first... Read more...
It is fair to say that AMD is firing on all cylinders these days, and companies are taking notice. Following the recent launch of its third-generation Ryzen processors based on Zen 2 and an unveiling of Navi, AMD has now partnered with Samsung to license its Radeon graphics IP, which will now find its way into mobile... Read more...
Rumors of a dual screen Surface device just refuse to die. We have been hearing about such a thing for the past couple of years in some form or another, and according to the latest chatter, Microsoft has been showing off a prototype internally, which hints that an actual release might finally be imminent. If nothing... Read more...
We've got some bad news for anyone that was hoping to hold on to their AMD 300- or 400-Series motherboard for a little while adopting new Ryzen 3000 Zen 2 processors. Yesterday, we reported that Ryzen 3000 processor will work on X470 and B450 motherboards without any performance penalty, which was definitely good news... Read more...
Have you had a chance to catch your breath from all of the announcements that came out of Computex last week? Hopefully you have, because more events are coming. Later this month, E3 will feature a Next Horizon Gaming event from AMD, and in the more immediate future—as in, later today—Apple will kick off its 2019... Read more...
Samsung has announced a refreshed line of laptop computers that it says has a combination of power, speed, and style. Unfortunately, to many eyes the refined design that Samsung brags about looks a lot like Apple's MacBook Pro family. Samsung's new machines are called the Notebook 7 and Notebook 7 Force. The Notebook... Read more...
It's amazing how fast the industry is moving with regards to addressing selfie cameras and the increasing desire for minimal bezels on smartphones. The Essential Phone and iPhone X introduced us to notches in 2017, while we got slider mechanisms and punch-hole cutouts in 2018. This year, we've seen flip cameras... Read more...
There have been many leaks making the rounds that claim to give insight into what the 2019 Apple iPhone models will look like, and what features they will offer. Rumors have suggested that these new iPhone models won't have 5G connectivity (which isn't surprising), but will have a new antenna design. Rumors have also... Read more...
Last week, AMD officially rolled out the initial members of its 7nm Zen 2-based Ryzen 3000 family. The processors promise higher instructions per clock (IPC), lower operating temperatures, faster clocks, and higher core counts (as witnessed by the 12-core Ryzen 9 3900X). However, what many enthusiasts want to know... Read more...
The Google Home Hub has been on the market for quite some time, and it serves as a central rallying point of sorts for all of your home's smart devices. Last December, some good deals were going around on the Google Home Hub for the holidays that would save $80 on a Home Hub and Nest bundle deal.  The Google Home... Read more...
It is said that no good deed goes unpunished, but on the flips side, there are bad deeds that get rewarded. So it goes for the hackers responsible for GandCrab, a popular form of ransomware that was sold to clients on the dark web, who are now retiring and going legitimate with their earnings. The hackers claim... Read more...
The first time we heard anything about John Romero's fifth, and unofficial, episode for 1993's Doom was last December. The mod promised nine new single-player levels and nine deathmatch levels of fun for free. However, there were also a pair of paid editions that brought extra goodies with the game. In February... Read more...
There is something strangely cathartic about seeing an old piece of hardware that has suffered the fate of time and neglect, get restored to its original glory (or close to it). Maybe on a psychological level, this plays to our recognition of our own mortality. Or maybe it's just the nostalgia. Whatever the case might... Read more...
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