G.SKILL and ASUS Sets New DDR5-8888 CL88 Overclocking World Record

From G.Skill Press Release: G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd. is thrilled to announce the achievement of a new overclocking world record for fastest memory frequency at DDR5-8888 CL88-88-88-88, in cooperation with ASUS. This amazing frequency speed was achieved by the extreme overclocker...

HP Preps New All-In-One PCs for Hybrid Work

From PC Mag: What’s the perfect PC for today’s hybrid work environment? HP's solution is an all-in-one that packs computing and video-conferencing needs into a single monitor.

The HP EliteOne 800 G9 All-In-One is the company’s effort to sell a PC to commercial customers that can be easily...

Apple reportedly removes education discount verification

From CNET: Earlier this week, Apple made it harder for consumers to use its discounted education pricing, implementing a third-party site to verify student and faculty IDs. On Friday, however, Apple quietly removed the new requirement, according to a report by MacRumors.

Apple on Wednesday...

Yakuza director announces new studio after leaving Sega

From The Verge: Toshihiro Nagoshi, former chief creative officer at Sega, where he led development of the Yakuza series as general director of Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, has announced his next move. He’s started up his own studio, simply titled Nagoshi Studio, which is being wholly funded by Chinese...

Neat Bumblebee II Review (Page 1 of 4)

One Saturday morning, I was sitting in bed watching some videos on my laptop when I received a notification that my credit card had been charged. While I am used to these notifications, as I was in bed and not doing any purchasing, I was a bit puzzled. In addition, I got an email from Wal-Mart saying a grocery order was being delivered to a home in Quebec. As such, I immediately tried to call Wal-Mart to cancel the order, but they said they could...

ASUS ROG Strix Scope Impact II Moonlight White Review (Page 1 of 4)

My friends and I have been planning a Secret Santa event for the past couple of months and due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the plan has still not gone through. At this point, we might be having a Secret Santa in February, which would be quite fun nonetheless, haha. This season has removed a lot of consistency in my life. There has been quite a bit of unpredictable things and it has been rather hard to plan around. At least the University of Calgary...

Report: Google Is Developing an AR Headset

From PC Mag: Google is reportedly working on an augmented reality headset. Codenamed Project Iris, the technology could ship as early as 2024.

Similar to those in development by Meta and Apple, Google's device uses outward-facing cameras to fuse computer graphics with a real-world video feed...

Twitter rolls out a way to showcase your NFTs

From CNET: Twitter said Thursday that it's introducing a way for people to showcase their nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, which are assets verified using blockchain technology.

The company is offering users of Twitter Blue, a subscription service that costs $3 per month, the ability to create NFT...

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