G.SKILL Announces Ripjaws DDR5 SO-DIMM Memory Kits

From G.Skill Press Release: G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd. is pleased to announce the launch of Ripjaws DDR5 SO-DIMM memory kits for laptops and small form factor PC systems, with available memory speeds up to DDR5-5200 or kit capacity up to 64GB (32GBx2).

Designed for Performance and...

Facebook Ditches Podcasts, Soundbites

From PC Mag: Facebook is scrapping audio-only creation just one year after introducing a set of mobile-friendly tools.

According to Bloomberg, the social network plans to discontinue functions like Soundbites and Podcasts this summer, and no podcasts will be available after June 3.

Launched in...

Meta Reportedly Plans to Release Four More VR Headsets by 2024

From CNET: Meta, the parent company of Facebook, plans to release four more VR headsets between now and 2024, according to a report Monday from The Information, citing an internal company road map.

The first will be Meta's upcoming high-end VR headset, dubbed Project Cambria, which could...

Wikimedia Foundation Agrees to End Cryptocurrency Donations

From PC Mag: The Wikimedia Foundation is no longer accepting cryptocurrency donations.

Based on user requests, the nonprofit began taking crypto contributions in 2014. Following a three-month comment period earlier this year, though, a majority of community members voted in favor of ending the...

Lexar Professional 1800x SDXC UHS-II Gold 256GB Review (Page 1 of 6)

How many sheets of toilet paper do you use to wipe your behind after you take a dump? I do not know if you have ever counted it, or if you have ever wondered what your usage is compared to other people, but that came up in a recent conversation among my group of friends. I do not know how this conversation even came up in case you are wondering. As it turned out, the number of toilet paper sheets used per wipe among me and my friends ranged...

ARCTIC Freezer A35 A-RGB Review (Page 1 of 4)

When skiing this year, I sported two jackets when ripping it down the hills. One jacket was an Arc'teryx Beta AR, while the other was a Ripzone. Both these jackets have their advantages and disadvantages, and I would like to focus this introduction on the Ripzone jacket. This jacket was less fancy than the Beta AR, but it was much thicker and warmer, which has a great advantage for colder days. This was much different than the Beta AR, which...

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