Noctua introduces NH-L9a-AM4 chromax.black CPU cooler

From Noctua Press Release: Noctua today introduced another addition to its chromax line of all-black CPU coolers: the new NH-L9a-AM4 chromax.black is a low-profile quiet CPU cooler for AMD’s Ryzen-based HTPCs and Small Form Factor (SFF) builds. Thanks to the same proven heatsink design and NF-A9x14 PWM fan as the original NH-L9a-AM4, it stays true to the same successful formula of fusing a height of only 37mm with strong performance and excellent quietness of operation, as well as 100% RAM and PCIe compatibility.

Disney+ is launching a week early in the UK and parts of Europe

From The Verge: Disney+ will now launch in the UK and other markets in Western Europe on March 24th, one week earlier than the March 31st release date that was originally announced. Pricing has also been officially confirmed as £5.99/€6.99 a month or £59.99/€69.99 a year. The service’s initial European roll out will cover the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, and Switzerland.

Tesla: 'Unintended Acceleration' Petition Is False

From PC Mag: Tesla is currently facing the threat of 500,000 of its vehicles being recalled based on a petition the company claims is "completely false."

Last week, Reuters reported that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) decided to review a petition requesting it formally investigates unintended acceleration reports for Tesla vehicles. Although such a review could result in half a million vehicles being recalled, Tesla has responded by stating not only that the claims are false, but that the petition was brought by a Tesla stock short-seller.

SteelSeries revamps its $30 gaming mouse and sub-$100 keyboards

From CNET: It seems like budget accessories are always the last to get updated. They're overlooked until the latest designs and features are well established in their pricier siblings before they finally get the new look. SteelSeries' $30 Rival 3 wired gaming mouse and Apex 3 and 5 keyboards -- $50 and $100, respectively -- have finally earned the new family designs of the company's higher-end gaming accessories. They're all available now.

SilverStone FARA B1 Review (Page 1 of 4)

Before the beginning of a brand new year, I always believe there are two important things to do. Firstly, we need to make our New Year’s resolutions. A good list of New Year’s resolutions is the key to live a successful and productive life for the coming year. For me, it is a good idea to make my New Year’s resolutions in the form of a plan instead of a list of objectives. For example, I would put “going to gym at least twice a week” into the list, but not something like “losing 20 pounds”.

1STPLAYER Fire Dancing K8 Review (Page 1 of 4)

I was recently reminded about the idea of three-in-one shampoo. This idea sounded great, but the majority of my friends seemed to be grossed out by the idea. Personally, I did not care very much about the product, but I found the conversation very interesting. There were many valid arguments on both sides. Some examples of the arguments were, “if it is good enough to clean my head, it is good enough to clean the rest of me”, “hair and skin are very different things”, and “better than showering with dish soap”.

Huawei P40 Pro Render Shows Ceramic Back and 5 Cameras

From PC Mag: Renders from Evan Blass on Twitter have provided us with the best idea yet of what Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei's next flagship device will be.

The P40 Pro, the sequel to the P30 Pro, has a striking camera bump with five cameras. According to a report by 91mobiles, the five-camera setup will include a 64MP Sony IMX686 primary sensor, OIS, a 20MP ultra-angle-wide lens, a 12MP periscope telephoto lens, macro lens, and a Time of Flight sensor.

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