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Monthly Archives: January 2021

  • Quantum Teleportation With 90 Percent Accuracy Achieved Over 13 Miles, May Enable Quantum Internet Someday

    Quantum computing is a fascinating and continually developing field that may drive computers' future and fundamentally change the world. While that is happening, people still need networks to communicate over the internet. As such, scientists with Fermilab and other research institutes have been applying quantum physics to networking and created...
  • Samsung Rumored To Launch EVO 870 SSDs In Capacities Up To 4TB

    Solid state drives are the best way to breathe new life into an older PC or add extra storage to a new build to store games and data that needs to be read frequently, like a game library drive. NVMe drives typically top out at 2 TB and most motherboards...
  • AMD Patent Reveals Hybrid CPU-FPGA Design That Could Be Enabled By Xilinx Tech

    While not great as CPUs on their own, FPGAs can do a wonderful job accelerating specific tasks. Whether it's accelerating acting as a fabric for wide-scale datacenter services boosting AI performance, an FPGA in the hands of a capable engineer can offload a wide variety of tasks from a CPU...
  • First AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5000 Zen 3 HEDT CPU Details Finally Leak

    AMD may have unleashed its Zen 3 architecture to the public in 2020, but this is the year that its latest generation CPU architecture will really spread its wings. In the coming months, the Ryzen 5000 series on the desktop will become more readily available (we hope, anyway), and Zen...
  • Apple MacBook Air (Apple M1, 2020) review: The world’s best ultraportable

    You may see the new MacBook Air and think you already know what to expect. It’s not going to be particularly fast, it’ll be overpriced for what you’re getting, and that money will be wasted on a design that rivals already match or exceed. Not only that, but this new...
  • Destiny 2 Xur Locations This Week And What Exotics You Can Acquire For A Few Shards

    Xur, Agent of the Nine and vendor of legendary and exotic items, has appeared in the new year with several new offerings. Players of Destiny 2 can exchange their legendary shards for some awesome exotic gear from Xur, if they find him. Thankfully, we have all the information you need...
  • Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Trackers Poised To Challenge Tile And Rumored Apple AirTags

    Do you find yourself losing your keys, phone, watch, or any other small object that just seems to grow legs and disappear? There are a number of products out there that help you keep track of these items, well, by tracking them. Tile has been the leading brand in item...
  • Top Games To Look Forward To In January 2021 And Beyond

    If you are reading this, then congratulations, you beat 2020. We are now onto 2021, and while it hopefully will not be quite as challenging as last year, it was not all bad. In particular, some big name games came out last year, including Cyberpunk 2077 (which is pretty fun...
  • Samsung's Galaxy S21 Family Rumored To Lose These Key Features

    Yesterday, Samsung dropped its first teaser for the upcoming Galaxy S21 family of smartphones, which are rumored to be announced on January 14th. The Snapdragon 888-powered flagships are likely to be among the best-selling Android flagships of 2021, but new reports suggest that customers will be missing a few features with this...
  • Microsoft Confirms Its Source Code Was Accessed In Expansive SolarWinds Hacking Spree

    Earlier in December, we reported that hackers had breached the SolarWinds Orion platform, a software package dedicated to IT resource management. Ever since it was reported that the breach stretched back to Spring of 2020, numerous government agencies and private companies have indicated that they too were breached. Microsoft, who...

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