PCI consortium says safety is up to manufacturers
And it's not the RTX 2060
What just happened? The latest Steam survey has arrived with a big change: a graphics card has knocked the GTX 1060 off the top spot for the first time since January 2018. November was also an excellent period for AMD CPUs, which reversed a months-long trend of declines to grab an almost 4% user share back from Intel.
The Cooler Master Tempest GP27U has been a hotly anticipated monitor for gamers. This is the first sub-$1,000 4K gaming display with full array local dimming, bringing 576 zones of mini-LED goodness.
Just after he told Alex Jones "I like Hitler"
The business model is "problematic" and " is not sustainable"
GPU prices had only recently normalized
Google could face paying almost $5 billion in damages
Over 90% off the regular price for Office, available for Windows and Mac
Why it matters: VLC is universally regarded as one of the best (if not the best) media players available today. A new version released a couple of days ago brings further improvements for the program's compatibility, stability, security and format support.
Russian propaganda could spread if unchecked
A hot potato: As Elon Musk reduces Twitter's content moderation to make the platform a bastion of free speech while also cutting its workforce, one of the European Union's top officials has warned the billionaire could be inadvertently helping Vladimir Putin by not removing Russian propaganda relating to the war in Ukraine.
Forward-looking: Quantum entanglement would virtually eliminate all the security issues the modern internet is facing. That's the theory, at least. According to new research, there's a (theoretical) way to "steer" the entangled photons to avoid information loss.
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Another company similar to RCS Labs and NSO Group
Followed by Will Smith's slap
More leaks and listings before an early January launch
Epson says it's all about sustainability
"This is not [like] Robocop." Not yet, anyway
Recap: The Internet Archive is promoting a new trip down (tech) memory lane by bringing hundreds of Palm OS applications to the web for your emulation pleasure. Reliving the past of mobile computing forerunners has never been easier.
Look for Victus 2 to show up in new smartphones in the coming months
F.lux adjusts lighting and screen temperature to better suit your room and time of day. This allows for less strain to your eyes specially during the night and early morning by reducing blue light.
Not the first time the ECB has rallied against crypto
Hoping to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050
If you're looking for a simple e-reader with writing and drawing capabilities, the Amazon's new Kindle Scribe will be good enough, although it is a little bit pricey.
According to a new study
A hot potato: Like a train leaving the station, it now seems inevitable that US companies are moving to reduce, or entirely eliminate, their reliance on China. It took a long time to get started, companies had been complaining about changing conditions in China for a decade. The 2018 trade war was the spark that really got them moving, and their progress has only been gaining momentum since then. This process will take years, maybe decades, but at this point is probably unstoppable.
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