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Monthly Archives: January 2021

  • ASUS ROG Zephyrus G15 GA503QS Gaming Laptop Boasts Ryzen 7 5800HS, RTX 3080 And 144Hz Display

    CES 2021 is less than two weeks away, and the leaks are already starting to flood in. Earlier this week, we informed you that ASUS has several ROG Strix gaming laptops on the way with up to a GeForce RTX 3080 GPU and up to a Ryzen 9 5900H processor onboard.  Now...
  • FarmVille Put Out To Pasture On Facebook After 11 Year Run In Wake Of Adobe Flash 

    After more than a decade, the original FarmVille game that put developer Zynga on the map is shutting down for good. The reason? It is an Adobe Flash-based title, and with Adobe officially ending support for its Flash Player today, FarmVille becomes an optional casualty. I say "optional" because Zynga...
  • Google's Pixel 4a 5G Falls To Just $460 Unlocked For Bargain Shoppers

    Google introduced us to the Pixel 4a 5G during the fall, months later then it was originally expected to debut (likely due to COVID-19). As its name implies, the Pixel 4a 5G is one of Google's entry-level smartphones, but comes equipped with 5G connectivity that the cheaper Pixel 4a lacks...
  • Intel Core i9-11900K Rocket Lake-S Already Pushed To 5.2GHz All-Core Overclock

    Intel is gearing up to introduce its first major new desktop architecture in a while, that being Rocket Lake-S. Even though its another round of 14-nanometer production, Intel is promising double digit IPC (instructions per clock) gains, as well as other goodies, such as PCI Express 4.0 support (a first...
  • Adobe Flash Player is finally laid to rest

    In April 2010, Apple's Steve Jobs wrote a blistering open letter headlined Thoughts On Flash, in which he laid out why Apple would not let Flash run on iPhones and iPads. Go to Source

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