Qualcomm Reveals Next-Gen Snapdragon 765 and 865 Chipsets

From PC Mag: Qualcomm execs today teased the chipset that's going into the Samsung Galaxy S11 and said 2020 will be the year 5G goes mainstream.

"Our Snapdragon 5G mobile platforms announced today will continue to show leadership in the industry and deliver on the promise of scaling 5G in 2020," Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon said at the opening of the company's annual Snapdragon Technology Summit here.

Nintendo is about to sell a whole lot more Switches

From CNET: After months of negotiations, the Nintendo Switch is hitting a massive new market: China. Japanese game company Nintendo teamed up with China's Tencent to bring the hybrid console to the country's 1.3 billion people on Dec. 10. Preorders opened Wednesday, and the machine costs 2,099 yuan (around $300).

The launch will include New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe, with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Super Mario Odyssey hitting the Chinese market in the coming weeks, according to Reuters. The Switch Lite will also be released in China.

Firefox 71 Adds Picture-in-Picture for YouTube and Netflix

From PC Mag: Mozilla has released a new version of its Firefox browser, version 71.0, which brings picture-in-picture functionality to everyone using it on the Windows operating system.

Those who have updated to the most recent version of the browser will be able to hover over the video they're watching and see a blue "Picture-in-Picture" button pop up. Clicking that will have the video pop open into its own windowed screen, which will remain overlayed even when you switch tabs.

Facebook’s new tool lets you transfer pictures to Google Photos

From The Verge: Facebook is releasing a new tool today that will allow its users to transfer photos directly to Google Photos. The tool is being released initially in Ireland, and will be available worldwide in the first half of 2020. “For almost a decade, we’ve enabled people to download their information from Facebook,” explains Steve Satterfield, director of privacy and public policy at Facebook. “The photo transfer tool we’re starting to roll out today is based on code developed through our participation in the open-source Data Transfer Project.”

Stadia Wireless Controller to Support Smartphones, Other Devices in 2020

From PC Mag: Stadia's wireless controller will be fully supported on mobile devices and the Chrome web browser next year, 9to5Google reports.

When the streaming service arrived in mid-November, Google confirmed a handful of limitations. Perhaps the most significant: the wireless controller can't be used properly with smartphones, tablets, desktops, and laptops. Instead, you're required to connect these devices to its USB-C port, which isn't wireless at all. Only the Chromecast Ultra includes wireless connectivity, but support will expand in 2020.

NZXT H210i Review (Page 1 of 4)

When I moved out into a new neighborhood, I was expecting there would still be a lot of construction around for several years to come. For one, many units have been built since I first moved in and the builders are still working on the actual last set of townhomes. Furthermore, even if they finished my specific area, there still is a lot of undeveloped land around my place that will probably be expanded into in the future. Finally, I also knew when I bought that there was a second phase coming to even my area. All in all, I could expect construction for quite a while.

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