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What is "an AI"? Put simply, the way we use the term "AI" these days is a little misleading. It primarily describes neural networks, functionally black boxes into which you stuff data and then out comes other data, munged in (hopefully) the way you want. Neural networks aren't programs, though; they're not executable... Read more...
As the era of AI computing begins to unfold in earnest, AMD was able to achieve record sales in its data center business, which grew a whopping 80% year-over-year to $2.34 billion in the first quarter of 2024 (and a more modest 2% sequentially). The big uptick in data center dollars helped AMD weather declining sales... Read more...
MSI's Claw gaming handheld is unique in one specific way that makes it really interesting to a particular class of gamer. That particular class is the hardware geek, and the specific interesting detail is that it is based on an Intel Core Ultra processor rather than one of the AMD Phoenix APUs upon which almost all... Read more...
The Fallout universe has seen a lot of growth in popularity as of late, with the Fallout TV show driving fans to the game series. However, you would be hard-pressed to watch the show or play the games at work, at least if you want to remain employed. Thankfully, there is a way around that, allowing you to... Read more...
Congress may pass a new law soon that will ban all DJI drone sales in the United States. DJI has been integral in making drones popular, with its products being utilized for a number of purposes, such as content creation, agriculture, and entertainment. DJI drones have become a favorite among filmmakers, farmers, and people who simply have Read more...
Bang & Olufsen is bringing back the beats and vibes of the 90s with its fully restored and reimagined Beosystem 9000c 6-disc CD changer music system. The limited edition retro CD player is paired up with Bang & Olufsens modern Beolab 28 speakers, giving the system a powerful punch at the price of just one kidney on... Read more...
Intel's been under some fire recently for issues affecting its top-end Core i9 processors from both the 13th- and 14th-generation Core families. Some of these chips, even when set to "BIOS defaults", will crash or otherwise fail in certain tests, most commonly Cinebench 2024 and especially, games using Unreal Engine... Read more...
Nintendo is famousor infamous depending on your perspectivefor being a bit of a buzzkill when it comes to other people using its intellectual property and technology. Of course, some of this is justified, like with the case of the Nintendo Switch emulator Yuzu that settled with the games company earlier this year... Read more...
Any mouse will do if you're just pointing and clicking around the internet or toiling in Excel, but gamers demand more. Sometimes, they demand a lot more. Enter Razer and the new Viper V3 Pro. This mouse represents a major upgrade over the previous V2 edition in both features and included accessories. It's not... Read more...
The next generation of AMD Radeon graphics cards might be quite a departure from its past products, if the rumors to date are accurate. The cards, which are likely to be part of the Radeon RX 8000 family, are expected to be based on the fifth revision of AMD's RDNA architecture, known as "RDNA 4" (with the fourth... Read more...
We increasingly expect our smartphones to go the distance, putting up with daily abuse and neglect for years. Samsung appears to be accepting that some of its devices can't keep up and has offered free repairs to customers with a specific display defect. Those with pricey Samsung phones in India can now rest easy that... Read more...
Hold on to your britches, mid-range smartphone options in the U.S. just got more interesting with Samsung's new Galaxy A35 5G. For just under $400, buyers will inherit a lot of what made last year's higher-tier Galaxy A54 a popular favorite. Expect an excellent 120Hz AMOLED panel, triple cameras, and promised... Read more...
Over the coming years and decades, we're going to see a lot more computer chips manufactured on U.S. soil, with companies like Intel and TSMC investing heavily on new and upgraded semiconductor fab sites in North America. Lest it need be said, however, TSMC has confirmed that chips produced in the United States are likely to carry an up-charge Read more...
If you're a budding young tech enthusiast or simply a casual PC purchaser, you may have seen "cache" listed in the specifications for this or that processor and wondered what exactly that is. It's been a major marketing point for CPUs for decades, and recently it has even become a matter of discussion for... Read more...
Sony's PlayStation 5 came during an intense time for electronics, where it remained sold out due to demand for what seemed like an eternity. Now that the dust has settled, the PS5 is panning out to be one of the most significant consoles of recent generations. That only means that Sony is more than willing to give it... Read more...
IKEA is launching its BRNNBOLL collection, bringing 20 different items that the company hopes to entice gamers with. This is part of an ongoing effort by IKEA to tap into the lucrative gaming market, which started in 2021 with the launch of its collaboration with the ASUS Republic of Gamers brand. This time the... Read more...
The land of PC enthusiasts has always been filled to the brim with many accouterments and extra aesthetic touches when the basic does not suffice. Gigabyte is going a step further than its typical Xtreme lineup of products. With the Xtreme Prestige Limited Edition motherboard and graphics card, users can now partake... Read more...
It's only taken Biostar a little over two years to launch an Intel Arc A750 graphics card, though depending on your perspective, it's a fashionably late entry into A750 territoryat this point in the game, Arc is far more mature than at launch, with Intel's driver team putting in a lot of work shoring up... Read more...
If you're an owner of the NVIDIA's mighty GeForce RTX 4090, you've likely been aware of some connector melting issues. It appears that this is still happening, according to the YouTube channel NorthridgeFix. Upon showing us a plethora of melted connectors, the point is made that this certainly is an issue that... Read more...
Google is rolling out a new AI-powered video creation tool for work related projects, called Google Vids. The new AI tool can generate a storyboard that can be edited, and after choosing a style, it can piece together a first draft with suggested scenes, images, and background music. It is no secret that companies... Read more...
Logitech G has unleashed its new compact professional-grade Logitech G Pro X 60 wireless gaming keyboard. The company touts its new 60 percent keyboard as one that meets the evolving needs of pro-gamers, which is a vague claim, but it's underpinned by some nifty features. When it comes to gaming keyboards, many... Read more...
The iPad has been one of Apple's most significant products, becoming a great companion to iPhone and the Mac. While a lot of hype has surrounded the freshly minted Apple Vision Pro, the device still remains too avant-garde for most users to adopt. That leaves an opening for a new iPad refresh, which is likely... Read more...
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