Monthly Archives: September 2019

  • Epson EcoTank ET-M2170 review: Good value in black and white

    Epson's 'refillable' EcoTank printers turn traditional printer designs on their head. They're considerably more expensive than conventional inkjet printers, but the low cost of replacement inks, and the high capacity of the printer's refillable ink tanks, mean that long-term running costs and total cost of ownership (TCO) are much lower...
  • Motorola Moto G7 And Moto G7 Power Deeply Discounted With These Hot Deals

    Smartphone users who don't care to spend the sort of money that the new iPhone 11 series costs or what flagship Android devices go for might be in the market for a reliable mid-range device. Amazon has a sale going right now on a pair of Moto smartphones that have...
  • OnePlus TV Finally Revealed With 55-inch QLED Panel And Trick Retracting 8-Speaker Soundbar

    After plenty of teasing and specs leaks, the OnePlus TV has finally been revealed for all to see. OnePlus is looking to shakeup the TV market in much the same way that it did with smartphones by delivering hardware that is big on features, while not draining your wallet (at least compared...
  • AMD Server CPU Market Share Could Crack 10 Percent In 2020 Thanks To EPYC 7002

    There's no question that Intel has a commanding lead when it comes to processors used in servers and high-end workstations with its Xeon family. However, AMD has slowly been making inroads with its first-generation Zen-based EPYC 7001 processors, and it is looking to further dig into Intel's lead with Zen 2-based...
  • Kingston KC2000 NVMe SSD Review: Competitive Pricing And Performance

    Kingston recently expanded its portfolio of solid state drives, with a new family of products targeting high-performance desktop and workstation applications. The Kingston KC2000 series of drives feature a PCI Express Gen 3.0 x 4 controller, 96-layer 3D TLC NAND flash memory, and boast of peak transfer speeds north of...
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  • A Buggy Google Chrome Update Spectacularly Crashed Apple Macs, Here's Why

    What do Hollywood, Apple users, and Google Chrome share in common? A wave of unbootable MacBooks and Mac Pros. A Google Keystone update was able to damage certain Mac files and shut the affected devices down unexpectedly. This past week, several Hollywood film editors reported that their Mac devices were...
  • AltStore Emerges As Jailbreak-Free iOS App Store Complete With Nintendo Emulation

    Apple has always held a vice grip on its App Store, and from its inception, only approved apps that meet the company's set of rules have been allowed to enter. Up to this point, getting around this meant having to jailbreak your iPhone. Well, not anymore—iOS developer Riley Testut has...
  • NVIDIA's New RTX Broadcast Engine Fuels AI-Powered Greenscreens For Streamers

    Today at TwitchCon, NVIDIA announced some interesting new tech that can be quite beneficial to the livestreaming community. The company has been leveraging the RT and Tensor cores in its current generation of Turing-based GeForce RTX graphics cards to enable features like real-time ray tracing, but that same hardware will...
  • OnePlus 7T Android 10 Flagship Brings Snapdragon 855+ And 90Hz Display At A Killer Price

    Somewhere along the line, smartphones went from being pricey at the upper echelon, to downright expensive, requiring users to pay through the nose for the highest end handsets. OnePlus has always been a refreshing change of pace in the top tier smartphone sweepstakes. Its new OnePlus 7T flagship phone carries...

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