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Monthly Archives: January 2021

  • NVIDIA Schedules Supercharged GeForce RTX 'Game On' CES 2021 Keynote

    At long last, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is virtually here, kicking off tomorrow Monday, January 11 and running through Thursday, January 14. As usual, you can expect a whole bunch of announcements, product unveils, and probably a few prototypes that may or may not ever come to fruition. In...
  • Lenovo Unveils Sleek ThinkReality A3 Smart Glasses To Transform AR And VR Productivity

    Augmented reality (AR) has had ups and downs over the years, from the original Google Glass in 2013 to Microsoft’s HoloLens in 2016 and the Enterprise Google Glass in 2019. Ultimately, the technology could prove to be incredibly useful, but it is a bit “out there” for most people. Now...
  • CES 2021: The tech expo swaps Vegas for a virtual show

    There will still be lots of new gadgets. New kinds of TVs, vacuum cleaners which throw away their own waste, and computer monitors specifically designed for Microsoft Teams work chats, are among products to have been teased in advance. Go to Source
  • Will Virtual CES 2021 Be Even Remotely The Same? Here's What To Expect

    Last year's Consumer Electronics Show was full of great new tech gear, most of which made its way into retail channels throughout the challenging year that was 2020. We saw AMD launch a two-pronged strike into the notebook and desktop CPU markets that, if not fully in the performance lead...
  • Why Micron Is Warning About Potential DRAM Price Hikes On The Horizon

    When the power goes out at home, we tend to freak out, because heaven forbid we can't watch TV or play video games, and have to *gulp* read a book or something to pass the time. How barbaric! But when a semiconductor factory loses power, well, the repercussions are a...
  • Intel In Talks With TSMC And Samsung For Possible Future Chip Production

    Unless you've been living under a big rock for the past few years, you know that Intel has run into difficulties shifting to smaller process nodes. The company has relied on its venerable 14nm process node for far longer than it had originally anticipated -- the upcoming Rocket Lake family should...
  • AMD Ryzen 9 5900 And Ryzen 7 5800 ‘Non-X’ CPU Clock Speeds Allegedly Confirmed

    AMD's Ryzen 5000 CPUs are still fairly hard to come by. The company delivered world-beating performance at reasonable prices, which has only driven up demand. However, scarcity and selling out every CPU the company makes hasn't stopped the Red Team from working up a full lineup of Ryzen CPUs for...
  • Dear Amazon, Please Stop Ruining Ryzen CPUs With Ridiculously Inadequate Packaging

    I am not sure who needs to hear this at Amazon, be it Jeff Bezos or a warehouse manager or someone in the shipping department, but for the love of everything that his holy, can you PLEASE stop skimping on shipping materials when sending out AMD Ryzen 5000 series processors...
  • Acer drops Intel for AMD with latest Chromebook

    Acer has unveiled its latest Chromebook, the Spin 514, which sees the company drop their usual chip provider Intel in favour of rival AMD for the first time. The Chromebook Spin 514 is Acer’s first offering to come with AMD Ryzen 3000 C-Series Mobile Processors as well as AMD Radeon...
  • Twitter permanently suspends Trump's account

    You can receive Breaking News on a smartphone or tablet via the BBC News App. You can also follow @BBCBreaking on Twitter to get the latest alerts. Go to Source

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