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Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240R RGB Review (Page 1 of 4)

As part of living on my own, I have realized the importance of being able to feed yourself. Of course, I do not just mean financially purchasing it, but also being able to put together. There are multiple levels of this, as this could include reheating food in the fridge, defrosting frozen items, or starting from scratch. For myself, I actually have had a bit of experience from living with my parents about cooking for myself. Not only have I had to cook when they were out of town, but I also tried to keep cooking on a weekly basis when I was at home. Some things I have learned along the way are easy things to make, such as fried rice, pasta with a tomato-based sauce, and chicken drumsticks. However, the distance between strictly edible and delicious is large. While I know I can make items that are sufficient for self-reliance, I would never consider myself a chef or a master in the kitchen. I definitely want to learn to make better foods, but I think I still have a long way to go. Today in our kitchen hands, we have the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240R RGB. We have seen Cooler Master all-in-one liquid coolers in the past, so what makes the ML240R RGB any good? Does it still have a lot to change in order to make it a top-notch in the CPU cooling department? In essence, is the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240R RGB a master cooler? Let us see as we check this product out today!

Microsoft wants to win back the consumers it let down

From The Verge: Microsoft hasn’t exactly been winning over consumers recently, leaving many onlookers wondering if the company is switching all of its efforts to businesses and turning into another IBM. Over the past couple of years, Microsoft has killed off its Groove Music service, officially discontinued Kinect, scrapped its Microsoft Band fitness device, and finally admitted Windows Phone is dead.

AT&T adds three more cities to mobile 5G rollout plan

From CNET: AT&T is thinking big -- and midsize -- when it comes to its rollout plan for mobile 5G.

The wireless giant said Friday it's added Oklahoma City as well as Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina, to the list of cities slated to get access to AT&T's super speedy network this year. The three join Atlanta, Dallas and Waco, Texas, as part of the dozen markets that are supposed to get 5G from AT&T this year.

AT&T said it's deliberately choosing medium-size markets in addition to large ones.

Sony Announces 'Amazing Red' Spider-Man PS4 Pro Bundle

From PC Mag: The standard black PS4 Pro is very understated and easily blends into the background once positioned underneath your TV. The newly announced Limited Edition Spider-Man PS4 Pro bundle is the complete opposite of that thanks to its "Amazing Red" case color.

From today, it's possible to pre-order the limited edition version of Sony's most powerful games console. The bundle includes a PS4 Pro 1TB in Amazing Red complete with spider icon, a DualShock 4 controller also in red, a physical copy of Marvel's Spider-Man game, and "digital content."

Comcast gives up on buying 21st Century Fox assets and leaves Disney as the winner

From The Verge: Comcast has formally withdrawn its competing $65 billion bid to acquire 21st Century Fox, ceding the rights to the entertainment company to Disney’s upped $71.3 billion offer. Comcast says it will instead shift all focus to its ongoing efforts to acquire Europe’s Sky instead.

Per an official statement from the company, “Comcast does not intend to pursue further the acquisition of the Twenty-First Century Fox assets and, instead, will focus on our recommended offer for Sky.”

Report: Walmart Considers Launching Netflix Rival

From PC Mag: There aren't many companies out there with enough money and power to take on Netflix and Amazon in the streaming space. Walmart is one that could, and apparently the retail giant is considering doing just that.

Goodbye fingerprints and smudges. For phones, matte is the new black

From CNET: Fingerprint-smudged smartphones may soon be a thing of the past, thanks to new technology from glass maker Corning.

Handset vendors like Apple and Samsung have been incorporating more and more glass in their phone designs over the past couple of years. While devices originally had glass just over the front touchscreen, designs now contain glass that curves around the edges of the phone and sometimes covers the entire back of the device.

EU Fines Google $5.1B for Abuse of Power

From PC Mag: Google and the European Union are certainly not on friendly terms right now, and haven't been for quite some time. That's because Google's business practices are being called into question and the search giant isn't winning any arguments. The latest focus of the EU is Android, and the result is a huge fine and demand for change.

Google Assistant will now give you a snapshot of your day

From CNET: Google Assistant will now pull together curated personal information, like flight times, restaurant reservations, scheduled meetings, expected package deliveries, reminders and more, and lay them out in a single overview you can scroll through.

Announced on Monday, the new feature will be available on Android and iOS phones starting this week.


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