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Monthly Archives: May 2020

  • Intel Core i9-10900K & i5-10600K Review: Comet Lake-S Benchmarks

    A few weeks back, Intel officially announced its 10th Generation Core series processors based on the Comet Lake-S architecture, and its companion Z490 chipset. 10th Gen Core series processors are not all-new, HEDT (High-End Desktop) products that target extreme enthusiasts, but rather tweaked, tuned, and enhanced mainstream parts, meant to...
  • Man sentenced to death in Singapore via Zoom

    A man has been sentenced to death via a Zoom video call in Singapore, as the country remains on lockdown following a spike in Covid-19 cases. Punithan Genasan, 37, received the sentence on Friday for his role in a drug deal that took place in 2011. It marks the city's...
  • Man makes money buying his own pizza on DoorDash app

    The owner of a pizza restaurant in the US has discovered the DoorDash delivery app has been selling his food cheaper than he does - while still paying him full price for orders. A pizza for which he charged $24 (£20) was being advertised for $16 on DoorDash - and...
  • AMD's Chief Architect of Gaming Solutions, Frank Azor Joins Our 2.5 Geeks Podcast LIVE This Friday!

    We've got a heads up for you folks that tune in to our weekly 2.5 Geeks podcast. As a reminder, the next show goes live Friday (5/20) at 5PM EST, and we'll have none other than Frank Azor on the line to rack his brain on all things gaming related. ...
  • Google Chrome 83 Gains Redesigned Privacy And Security Settings On Desktop

    Google has announced that it has begun the rollout of new tools and a redesign of the Chrome web browser's privacy and security settings on desktop. The goal is to give users more control over their safety on the web. Among the updated controls are easier to manage cookies allowing...
  • 'Apple Glass' AR Smart Glasses Reportedly Support Rx Lenses, Priced From $499

    While the news concerning Apple's upcoming iPhone 12 family of smartphones has been barreling in at a rapid pace in recent weeks, there hasn't been much by way of information on the company's rumored augmented reality (AR) glasses. However, a fresh leak today coming from tipster Jon Prosser is giving us the...
  • Nintendo Sues Switch Hackers Selling Mods Used To Play Pirated Games

    Nintendo of America has filed a pair of lawsuits in the United States to shut down resellers that are selling Nintendo Switch mods allowing users to play pirated video games on the console. One of the lawsuits was filed against Tom Dilts Jr., who is believed to be behind a...
  • OnePlus 8 Pro's Controversial Infrared X-Ray Filter To Be Disabled In Future Update

    For the time being, OnePlus is disabling the "Color Filter" on its OnePlus 8 Pro handset through an over-the-air software update. The decision to turn the feature off came after the phone's ability to see through certain objects came to light, giving it a sort of x-ray vision effect. While...
  • Portworx to add application profiles to persistent container storage

    Container persistent storage specialist Portworx plans to add application-specific profiles to its software. Portworx is a software-defined product that provides persistent storage capacity for applications that use Kubernetes container orchestration. CTO Gou Rao could not be exact about timescales but said customers could expect application profiles to be built into...
  • Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 Flagship Android Phones: What We Know So Far

    Who really knows what the immediate future will bring in terms of new hardware releases, as the Coronavirus pandemic continues to throw a wrinkle into plans. That said, it is still somewhat expected that Samsung will unveil its Galaxy Note 20 this summer—perhaps in early August, if sticking to the...

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