Linux gets its own Windows-style Blue Screen of Death

From PC World: Free operating system Linux is looking to Windows as its role model, at least in this one way: implementing its own Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) to warn users in cases of a kernel panic.

The BSOD—with the official name “DRM Panic”—will be included in the operating system for the first...

Snapdragon X Elite-powered Copilot+ laptops hit retail, sans Recall

From PC World: PC sales have been struggling this year, and giving the “Copilot+” label to laptops equipped with newer hardware and the latest Microsoft AI features was supposed to give them a shot in the arm.

The first round of these next-gen laptops, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X chips, are...

Nintendo will detail its holiday 2024 Switch lineup in new Direct

From The Verge: A busy June for gaming news just got a little busier. Nintendo announced its next Direct presentation, which will take place on June 18th at 10AM ET. The event will be focused on “games coming in the second half of 2024” and will be around 40 minutes long.

The company previously...

First Nvidia SFF card designs shown off by Asus and Zephyr

From PC World: One of the smaller, less bombastic stories to come out of Computex is that Nvidia has created a new set of SFF guidelines for graphics cards that can fit within more compact builds. These small GPUs are a big deal for builders put off by the ballooning sizes of modern graphics cards...

Seasonic PRIME TX-1300 ATX 3.0 1300W Report (Page 1 of 4)

Does changing one thing make all of the difference? In December of last year, I finally decided to apply for the NEXUS card. For those who are not familiar, NEXUS is a trusted traveler program to allow expedited clearance when entering Canada or the United States and use an express lane when going through airport security. I only travel a few times a year, so I cannot say having one is strictly necessary over my regular Canadian passport, but I...

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