XPG Mage Review (Page 1 of 3)

For a while now, a few of my friends have been looking at building their own keyboards, especially for customizing every aspect of it. While talking to my girlfriend about it, I did not realize how many options and differences that could be changed. For example, the only modifications I considered were the keycaps and cable. Custom keycaps and cables are probably considered niche items, but this only scratches the surface of what people can...

Comcast Launches Video Doorbell for Xfinity Home Customers

From PC Mag: Just in time for last-minute gifts and holiday guests to arrive, Comcast launched a new video doorbell for Xfinity Home customers to keep an eye on their front door.

Powered by Xfinity Internet, the buzzer's motion notifications and 24/7 recording makes it easy to watch for...

Meta, formerly Facebook, bans seven 'surveillance for hire' firms

From CNET: Meta, formerly known as Facebook, said Thursday that it banned seven companies that sell software and services that have been used to spy on journalists, human rights activists, politicians and others in more than 100 countries.

The firms included Israeli-based Cobwebs Technologies...

CORSAIR DOMINATOR PLATINUM RGB DDR5 Memory Reaches 6,400MHz

From Corsair Press Release: CORSAIR today announced new kits of its acclaimed DOMINATOR PLATINUM RGB DDR5 high-performance memory reaching frequencies up to a blistering 6,400MHz. Available in kits of 2x16GB, DOMINATOR PLATINUM RGB 6,200MHz and 6,400MHz hit a new milestone with these unprecedented...

TikTok Is Testing a Live Streaming Desktop App to Rival Twitch

From PC Mag: TikTok clearly doesn't like it when creators jump over to Twitch for a live streaming session, so it decided to create an rival app and service called TikTok Live Studio.

As TechCrunch reports, TikTok Live Studio looks to be a replacement for Twitch. It's a desktop Windows app that...

Apple delays return to office indefinitely, report says

From CNET: Apple has reportedly indefinitely delayed the requirement for its workers to return to the office due to a rise in COVID-19 cases. Workers were expected to return on Feb. 1, but will now return on a "date yet to be determined," Bloomberg reported Wednesday citing an internal memo by Apple...

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