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  • Last of Us Part II: Is this the most accessible game ever?

    Media playback is unsupported on your device The first time Steve Saylor fired up the hotly-anticipated new game The Last of Us Part II, he burst into tears. "Y'all don't even know how much..." he says between sobs in his video of the moment, which has now had nearly half...
  • Amazon Father’s Day Deals Include Sweet AUKEY Wireless Earbuds For Just $23, Latest iPad $249

    AUKEY True Wireless Bluetooth 5 Earbuds Father’s Day is tomorrow in the United States, but there are still plenty of deals to be had. Amazon has discounts on items ranging from the AUKEY True Wireless Earbuds to the latest Apple iPad. There is a little of something for your father...
  • Acer Swift 5 Laptops Leak With Intel Tiger Lake And Xe Graphics, Launch Date Revealed

    Go ahead and mark your calendars, just be sure to use a pencil or an erasable pen (and not permanent market), because it looks as though Intel's upcoming Tiger Lake processors will be arriving on July 27. That is the date a pair of Acer Swift 5 laptops with Tiger...
  • Microsoft Edge Chromium Browser Now Being Pushed To Windows 7 And 8.1 Users

    Many Windows 10 users have already had Microsoft's latest version of its Edge browser pushed out via a software update. Now users of older versions of Windows will get the same treatment, whether they want the Edge browser or not. Microsoft is currently pushing the new Chromium Edge browser to...
  • Coronavirus: What went wrong with the UK's contact tracing app?

    After months of work, the UK has ditched the way its coronavirus-tracing app works, prompting a blame game between the government and two of the world's biggest tech firms. So what went wrong? At the end of March, I got a text from a senior figure in the UK's technology...
  • Watch AMD's 64-Core Threadripper 3990X Make Task Manager Dance In This Wild Demo

    Then it comes to HEDT processors available on the market right now, there's the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X; and then there's everybody else. The processor's claim to fame is that it's based on AMD's versatile 7nm Zen 2 architecture, decked out with 64 physical cores and 128 threads for multi-threaded domination...
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Alpha 4 Patch Testing Wrapping Up, More Invites En Route

    Developers working on Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 have published the June 18 update for the game. This week's update is very brief with a note that the testing of a patch for the Alpha 4 version of the game is in the final stages. The developers are targeting a release...
  • AMD's Radeon Pro 5600M Mobile GPU With HBM2 Shows Massive Performance Gains

    Earlier this week, AMD treated to Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro to a GPU upgrade, with the introduction of the Radeon Pro 5600M. At least for now, the Radeon Pro 5600M is exclusive to the MacBook Pro, but is there any reason for Windows users to be jealous? That depends on...
  • Joke Or Justice? Billy Mitchell’s Pac-Man And Donkey Kong World Records Reinstated

    Billy Mitchell is perhaps the most polarizing figure in the history of arcade gaming, particularly as a sport where legitimately obtained high scores on original cabinet hardware carries with it a bit of fame and recognition. And in some cases, a bit of controversy as well. Adding to it, Guinness...
  • Cloud flash storage: SSD options from AWS, Azure and GCP

    Flash storage is increasingly important to the enterprise market, and analysts expect solid state storage to largely replace spinning disks for enterprise systems, endpoints and consumer devices – possibly within this decade. Meanwhile, some predict spinning disk will be used mostly by “superscalers” – the likes of Google and Facebook –...

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