Monthly Archives: May 2021

  • International Space Station's Robotic Canadarm2 Damaged By Increasingly Worrisome Space Debris

    For over 60 years, humans have been launching objects into space for varying purposes. Once a satellite becomes obsolete or no longer needed, it aimlessly orbits the Earth and can become a hazard for other space objects. Thus, it is a surprise that the International Space Station has not had...
  • Privacy group targets website 'cookie terror'

    Of the 500 pages in its first batch of complaints, 81% had no "reject" option on the first page, but rather hidden in a sub-page, it said. Another 73% used "deceptive colours and contrasts" to lead users into clicking "accept", and 90% provided no easy way to withdraw consent, it...
  • Intel And MediaTek Add 5G Connectivity To More Laptops With A Simple M.2 Stick

    Earlier this morning, we brought you news about two new additions to Intel's Tiger Lake-U family: the flagship Core i7-1195G7 and the Core i5-1155G7. But that isn't the only big news happening in the laptop world from Intel. The company also announced the latest developments in its partnership with MediaTek...
  • How computational storage delivers datacentre benefits

    The goal of a computational storage architecture is either to reduce the need to move large datasets around, or else to alleviate constraints on existing compute or storage resources, such as in an edge deployment, for example. One factor driving the development of computational storage is data – or, to...
  • Amazon Ships Outraged Couple Empty Box Instead Of $7000 Sony Camera, Initially Refuses Refund

    Amazon has a spotty track record of delivering electronics in perfect condition to end customers, such as the destruction of AMD CPUs earlier this year. Most recently, a farming and photography couple in Colorado ordered a brand-new Sony Alpha 1 camera from Amazon, but only found empty boxes. When you...
  • Highly Rated TRELAB Z2 Wireless ANC Headphones Are 25% Off On Sweet Memorial Day Deal

    Over 3,400 user impressions can't be wrong, right? We pose the question because Amazon is selling the TREBLAB Z2 for 25 percent below its list price today, and while we have not sampled this headset ourselves, it maintains an overwhelming positive rating (4.4 stars out of 5) from 3,408 user...
  • ASUS ROG Strix G15 Discovered With Ryzen 9 And Unannounced Radeon RX 6800M Mobile GPU

    AMD is finally getting ready to counter NVIDIA's mobile GeForce RTX 30 series with a new generation of mobile GPUs of its own, and namely the Radeon RX 6000M family. The expectation is that AMD will make a formal announcement at Computex. Whether that is the case or not, however...
  • Buying a pink NFT cat was a crypto nightmare

    Trying to own a virtual feline proves to be an exhausting and expensive process. Go to Source
  • Gigabyte And MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Ampere Cards Appear Online, But Pricing Is Already Insane

    The launch of NVIDIA's latest Ampere graphics cards is right around the corner (tomorrow to be exact), which means that more information is leaking out about both the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti and the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti. The only logical price point for the former is $599, while the...
  • Acer's ConceptD laptops feature glasses-free 3D technology

    Acer has revealed a suite of 3D experiences that will debut on its upcoming ConceptD notebook that will function without the need for glasses or headsets. "SpatialLabs" will make use of sensor and screen technology to create a stereoscopic 3D rendering that allows users to examine their creations in 360 degrees, without requiring the...

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