Pranks are awesome. And you're a tech-savvy individual, so it's time that your pranks showed that. We've got some ideas.
Telegram is adding a new privacy layer, letting you sign-up without your real phone number and use instead anonymous numbers from the Fragment blockchain platform. Also new, set a global auto-delete timer to remove messages in all new chats without leaving a trace.
An efficient middle ground between GDDR6's NRZ and GDDR6X's PAM-4
Amazon demanded the "real" item be returned
Also works as an expensive piece of cosplay kit
System would conserve energy from suspension
Two separate trades involving at least two people under the same employer certainly looks suspect
Over 90% off the regular price for Office, available for Windows and Mac
A great sign of things to come from Intel
Forward-looking: Taiwanese giant TSMC has officially confirmed it will build an additional fab for chip manufacturing in the US. The Arizona site will grow, the investment will skyrocket and the number of newly-created jobs will make politicians very, very happy.
Last week they voted 8-3 for using lethal robotic force, while this week the vote was 8-3 to ban the tactic
With a wood front panel and mesh around the case for optimal air cooling, the first reviews for Fractal Design's new North cases are in and reception is pretty positive.
A pop-out portrait camera that promises natural bokeh
We're looking for tech enthusiasts with excellent writing skills
Or as little as $0.29
In context: Would you pay $10,000 for an app? Probably not, but the option for developers to charge that amount is being added by Apple. Cupertino says the change is to give devs more flexibility in how they price their apps globally, though it was actually one of the conditions of a class-action suit that Apple settled last year.
Starting with version 108.0.5359.95, Google Chrome now allows you to find bookmarks, tabs, and your browsing history from the address bar. Just type "@bookmarks" or "@tabs" or "@history" in the address bar and start looking for open tabs and websites you've visited before.
Can your Christmas tree run Doom?
Miners unable to repay millions in loans are handing over their rigs
Alienware teases the return of its 18-inch gaming laptop
Rogue One writers canned a potential sequel that explored the "dark side" of the Rebel Alliance
NextGen TV is the future of
over- the-air broadcasting
The Callisto Protocol gets Steam bombed over poor performance
Reports say the EV will have a steering wheel, pedals, and regular seats
Rigs that have lost 85% of their value since last November
The same specs, but still no price
The game will require a GTX 1070 and 130GB of storage
Developers included support for Lumen, Nanite, Virtual Shadow Maps, and Temporal Super Resolution
A PS4 emulator boots its first 3D game
Skyrim, the gift that keeps on giving
TechSpot Video Great Games to Play on Laptops and Low-end PCs
A hot potato: What started as a limited pilot project to test facial recognition technology could soon become the norm for screening and ID routines in all US airports. At least, that's what the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is planning for next year.
DIYers in the UK and parts of Europe can make a mess of their broken iPhones and Macs
New content is coming to Elden Ring
Zone out with Cooler Master's gaming pod
"It's as excited about this deal as Blockbuster was about the rise of Netflix"
A hot potato: Microsoft's president and vice-chair Brad Smith says that the FTC suing the company to block its $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard would hurt competition, consumers, and thousands of game developers. He also compared Sony's objections to the deal to Blockbuster complaining about the rise of Netflix.
Lattice Semiconductor expands to mid-range FPGAs, goes after Intel's Arria and AMD's Xilinx offerings
Avant-E 500 tops at 5 tera operations per second
Moving beyond Instagram
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