Philips Wireless Neckband ANC PN505 Review (Page 1 of 4)

At the bubble tea place where I work, I am notoriously known as the “sink guy”. This is because I am the one and the only person who actually takes care of and maintains the sink. I have recently gone on hiatus from work just to work on some schoolwork and I had come back to a true catastrophe. The sink was so gross I feel like we could get shut down for lack of cleanliness (For many reasons, this is a joke). The sink was rusty and had no visual...

SilverStone ECU06, ECU07, MS12 Review

I remember when I was in graduate school, my research involved running experiments using wireless communication system-on-a-chip development kits. In order to change the communication protocol for performance comparison, I had to do a lot of coding for these embedded systems. One way for me to debug my code was to monitor the debug prints through the terminal. For a long period of time, I thought the USB cable that connected the wireless...

Intel reveals Rocket Lake's secrets in a Reddit AMA

From PC World: Intel’s 11th-gen Rocket Lake chip was green-lit well before AMD’s Zen 2 and Zen 3 architectures rocked our worlds, company officials acknowledged.

In an AMA posted Tuesday on the Intel subreddit, Scott Rouse, Intel’s platform engineer for Rocket Lake, attending with other Intel...

Nvidia's RTX 3070 Out-Sold Every Other GPU in March of 2021

From Tom's Hardware: Despite the massive graphics card shortage taking place right now, Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3070 has somehow made it up the ranks in Steam's hardware survey and racked in an additional 0.17% of market share in under a month. Which makes Nvidia's RTX 3070 seemingly the most popular...

TSMC Commits $100 Billion to 3-Year Manufacturing Expansion

From ExtremeTech: The silicon wars are heating up. Earlier this year, TSMC announced that it would increase its capital expenditures for the year to $28 billion, up from $18.17 billion in 2020. Now the company is promising to spend $100 billion over the next three years. If we assume the funds will...

Xbox Series X mini fridges will become a reality

From The Verge: If you missed your chance to win the actual Xbox Series X refrigerator born from memes making fun of the console’s fridge-like look, I have some good news for you: there may be another way to get your hands on a Series X-shaped cooling appliance in the future.

Last night, to help...

Intel Flexes Data Center Solutions Muscle As AMD Heats Up

From CRN: Intel said it’s gaining traction with its program for verifying and optimizing data center solutions for various workloads that can help partners save a significant amount of time and close server deals faster.

The Santa Clara, Calif.-based chipmaker highlighted the progress and...

Instagram Launches Remix for Reels

From PC Mag: If imitation is the highest form of flattery, TikTok must be tickled pink. Instagram this week co-opted yet another of the video-sharing app's features, introducing Remix for Reels.

"Now you can use the Remix feature in Reels to create your own reel next to one that already exists,"...

Twitter now lets you add stickers to Fleets

From The Verge: Twitter is adding stickers to its ephemeral, Snapchat Stories-like Fleets, the social media company announced on Wednesday. Stickers are available for users on both Android and iOS.

When you’re making a Fleet, you’ll be able to add stickers by tapping the smiley face icon on the...

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