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    Mashable

  • Save $79 on a DIY drone for the STEM-loving kiddo in your life
    TL;DR: As of Jan. 23, you can save 61% on a DIY Building Block STEM Drone, on sale for $49.99 instead of $129.When we were kids we built DIY volcanoes with baking soda and vinegar and took basic computer courses where we learned to type. Today's kids are much more... Read more »
  • This discounted MagSafe charger makes juicing up your iPhone 12 a breeze
    TL;DR: As of Jan. 23, you can get one Magnetic Wireless Charger for iPhone 12 worth $39 for $29.99, and a two-pack for $49.99 — that's 23% and 35% off respectively.MagSafe isn’t going anywhere. So, you might as well jump on board and stock up on MagSafe-compatible charging devices — especially if... Read more »
  • Play golf in deep winter with this smart simulator on sale
    TL;DR: As of Jan. 23, the PhiGolf Mobile & Home Smart Golf Simulator with Swing Stick is on sale for $229 instead of $249. That's a discount of 8%. Perfect your swing. Credit: PhiGolf Whether your swing suffers from the time off or you just really miss hitting the course... Read more »
  • Learn to paint without judgment for just $20
    TL;DR: The Ultimate 2022 Learn to Paint Bundle, valued at $1,194, is on sale for just $19.99 a of Jan. 23 — that's savings of 98%.If you’re new to painting, it can be pretty intimidating. Sitting in an art class and being judged by your fellow peers? No thank you. Instead,... Read more »
  • Launching a new business? Avoid common problems with lifetime access to Founders' Book.
    TL;DR: As of Jan. 23, Founders' Book Lifetime Access is on sale for just $79. It normally costs $147, so you're saving 46%.If you had a great idea and already started your business, you may be asking yourself, now what? There's no rulebook for launching and keeping a successful company... Read more »
  • Stay a step ahead of top streaming sites with a subscription to Surfshark
    SAVE 81%: Access more content from top streaming sites with Surfshark. A two-year subscription to Surfshark is on sale for £1.68 per month and includes an extra two months for free — saving you 82% for a limited time.Why should you consider subscribing to a VPN? A lot of subscribers use... Read more »
  • A 5-year subscription to Ivacy VPN comes with a premium password manager for free
    SAVE 90%: Ivacy VPN is a cheap service that offers powerful protection for your online identity and data. A five-year subscription to Ivacy VPN is on sale for £0.73 per month and includes a free password manager — 90% off list price for a limited time.Ivacy VPN is a unique... Read more »
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    Video Cardz

  • AMD Radeon RX 6500XT Review Roundup
    AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT Review Roundup Today AMD lifts the embargo on its entry-level Radeon RX 6500 XT graphics card reviews. AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT Reviews Media AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT Model 🇵🇱 Benchmark ASUS TUF 🇨🇳 BenchLife GIGABYTE OC 🇺🇸 Club386 XFX SWFT 210 🇫🇷 Comptoir... Read more »
  • Intel 12th Gen Core “Alder Lake-S” Review Roundup
    Intel launches 12th Gen Core CPUs The embargo on independent reviews of the Alder Lake-S desktop series has officially lifted.  Intel Alder Lake-S Reviews Media Intel 12th Gen Core CPU 🇯🇵 4Gamer Core i9-12900K(F) 🇺🇸 AnandTech Core i9-12900K(F) 🇵🇱 Benchmark Core i9-12900K(F) 🇩🇪 CapFrameX Core i9-12900K(F) Core i5-12600K(F) 🇬🇧 Club386... Read more »
  • AMD Radeon RX 6600 Review Roundup
    AMD Radeon RX 6600 Review Roundup Today AMD lifts the embargo on its mid-range Radeon RX 6600 graphics card reviews. AMD Radeon RX 6600 Reviews Media AMD Radeon RX 6600 Model 🇯🇵 4Gamer SAPPHIRE Pulse 🇧🇷 Adrenaline POWERCOLOR Fighter 🇦🇺 AusGamers GIGABYTE Eagle 🇵🇱 Benchmark SAPPHIRE Pulse 🇩🇪 ComputerBase XFX... Read more »
  • AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT Review Roundup
    AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT Review Roundup Today AMD lifts the embargo on its mid-range Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card reviews. AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT Reviews Media Type AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT Model ?? 4Gamer ? MSI RX 6600 XT GAMING X ?? Adrenaline ?️ POWERCOLOR RX... Read more »
  • Gigabyte AORUS 17G 17YE5 laptop with 14c/20t Intel Alder Lake CPU and DDR5-4800 memory spotted
    Gigabyte AORUS 17G 17YE5 with Core 12700H or 12800H? A test run of the upcoming gaming laptop from Gigabyte had just made an appearance on Userbenchmark. Gigabyte laptop naming is relatively easy to follow. The 10th Gen Comet Lake-H AORUS series was called YC, 11th Gen Core Tiger Lake-H was... Read more »
  • Intel 11th Gen Core “Rocket Lake-S” Review Roundup
    Intel 11th Gen Core aka Rocket Lake-S Reviews Today Intel lifts the embargo on its latest desktop S-Series processors. Meet the full lineup of Rocket Lake-S featuring Cypress Cove architecture and PCI Gen4 support. Check the following reviews to see how fast the last generation for the LGA1200 socket, and... Read more »
  • AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Review Roundup
    AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Review Roundup AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Reviews Media Type AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Model ?? 3DNews ? AMD REFERENCE ?? 4Gamer ? AMD REFERENCE ?? Adrenaline ?️ AMD REFERENCE ?? Benchmark ? AMD REFERENCE ?? Bitwit ?️ AMD REFERENCE ?? ComputerBase ? AMD... Read more »
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    TechCrunch

  • Bitcoin Extends Slide, Has Fallen More Than 50% From Record High
     Bitcoin, the largest digital asset, extended its decline Saturday, and has now shed more than 50% from its record high in November.Bitcoin’s decline since hitting the record has wiped out more than $600 billion in market value, and over $1 trillion has been lost from the aggregate crypto market. While... Read more »
  • Russian c.bank proposes banning cryptocurrencies, crypto mining
    Representations of virtual cryptocurrencies are seen in this illustration taken November 28, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File PhotoRussia's central bank on Thursday proposed banning the use and mining of cryptocurrencies on Russian territory, citing threats to financial stability, citizens' wellbeing and its monetary policy sovereignty.The move is the latest in a global cryptocurrency... Read more »
  • EXCLUSIVE TikTok owner ByteDance's revenue growth slowed to 70% in 2021 - sources
    Tik Tok logos are seen on smartphones in front of a displayed ByteDance logo in this illustration taken November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File PhotoTikTok owner ByteDance saw its  revenue grow  70% year on year to about $58 billion in 2021,  slower growth than a year earlier as China tightens its... Read more »
  • Microsoft-Activision deal gives merger speculators a new darling
    Microsoft logo is seen on a smartphone placed on displayed Activision Blizzard logo in this illustration taken January 18, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/IllustrationHedge funds, which make profits by speculating on precarious takeovers, got a treat this week when Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) agreed to buy "call of duty" maker Activision Blizzard (ATVI.O)... Read more »
  • AUSTRIA ADDS A LOTTERY TO COVID VACCINE MANDATE
    A doctor vaccinates a person with a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in Vienna, Austria April 26, 2021. REUTERS/Lisi NiesnerAustria's conservative government said  Thursday it was launching a national lottery to encourage holdouts to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, hours before parliament passed legislation that would introduce a national... Read more »
  • CHEAP VERSION OF MERCK COVID PILL TO BE MADE FOR POORER NATIONS
    An experimental COVID-19 treatment pill, called molnupiravir and being developed by Merck & Co Inc and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics LP, is seen in this undated handout photo released by Merck & Co Inc and obtained by Reuters May 17, 2021. Merck & Co Inc/Handout via REUTERSA UN-backed agency has struck a... Read more »
  • Tesla investors urge judge to order Musk repay $13 bln for SolarCity deal
     REUTERS/Mike Blake/File PhotoTesla Inc (TSLA.O) shareholders on Tuesday asked a judge  to find that Elon Musk forced the company's board of directors into a  deal for SolarCity in 2016 and wanted the CEO convicted, the electric vehicle maker one of the largest judgments in history paid $13 billion. "This case... Read more »
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    Slashdot

  • El Salvador's Government Buys More Bitcoin as Its Price Drops to $35,149
    As the price of bitcoin drops to $35,149, "The entire country of El Salvador is riding the cryptocurrency wave," reports The Street, "even in its choppiest waters." The first country in the world to adopt bitcoin as legal tender, the Central American nation just "bought the dip" once again and... Read more »
  • The EU Approves Sweeping Draft Regulations On Social Media Giants
    "The European Union took a significant step Thursday toward passing legislation that could transform the way major technology companies operate," reports the Washington Post, "requiring them to police content on their platforms more aggressively and introducing new restrictions on advertising, among other provisions...." "The legislation is the most aggressive attempt... Read more »
  • Analysts Weigh In: Will We Ever See the Year of the Linux Desktop?
    How popular is Linux? The Windows Central site admits Linux is starting to tempt them. "It made such an imprint on Windows Central that not all of us even bother much with Windows anymore." "Heck, Germany (part of it, to be specific) is taking another stab at ditching Windows for... Read more »
  • Ask Slashdot: Do We Need Better Computer Programming Courses For Visual Learners?
    Two-thirds of technology firms are experiencing a shortage of skilled workers, reports the BBC (citing a recent report from recruitment firm Harvey Nash). But what's the solution? In an article shared by Chrisq, the BBC's business technology reporter field-tested some computer programming training: I attended Teach the Nation to Code,... Read more »
  • In High-Tech San Francisco, a Pilot Program Tries Guaranteed Incomes for Artists
    In 2015 the San Francisco Arts Commission surveyed nearly 600 local artists. "More than 70% of them had either already left San Francisco or were about to be displaced from their work, home or both," reports SFGate.com, adding "The pandemic has only intensified these problems. A report by Americans for... Read more »
  • Streaming TV Shows on Twitch Attracts DMCAs and the TV Industry's Eye of Sauron
    The Washington Post reports that three of the world's most prominent live-streaming stars "received notifications of copyright infringement after broadcasting TV shows to their millions-strong fanbases on Twitch." "The days that followed produced copious amounts of Twitch's most common byproduct, online drama, but also focused attention on the murky and... Read more »
  • Microsoft Released an Out-of-Band Update to Rollback January Patch's VPN Issues
    "Microsoft's first Patch Tuesday for 2022 was a rocky start to the year, giving admins and users numerous headaches to deal with..." reports ZDNet. "The Windows Update on January 11 was intended to address 96 security flaws but also brought a load of pain for users and admins." "One of... Read more »
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    Anand Tech

  • Intel Announces Ohio Fab Complex: 2 New Fabs For $20B, And Space For More
    With fab expansions on tap across the entire semiconductor industry, Intel today is laying out their own plans for significantly increasing their production capacity by announcing their intention to build a new $20 billion fab complex in Ohio. With the paperwork already inked and construction set to begin in late... Read more »
  • Intel Has Two Generations of Bitcoin ASIC: BZM1 is Built on 7nm, 137 GigaHash/sec at 2.5 W
    It has been noted in the media that at the upcoming ISSCC conference at the end of February, Intel is set to give a talk entitled ‘Bonanza Mine: An Ultra-Low Voltage Energy Efficient Bitcoin Mining ASIC’. It already has a lot of attention, as it confirms the fact that Intel... Read more »
  • Launching Today: AMD's Radeon RX 6500 XT, Starring Navi 24
    Following its announcement back at CES, today AMD is formally launching the entry-level member of its Radeon RX 6000 series of video cards: the Radeon RX 6500 XT. Based on AMD’s new Navi 24 GPU – the first GPU made on TSMC’s N6 process – AMD is broadening their desktop... Read more »
  • Intel Expands 12th Gen Core to Ultraportable Laptops, from 5-cores at 9 W to 14-cores at 28 W
    Over the years Intel has prided itself on its ability to provide processors that fit into the ultraportable, professional market. We’re talking thin and light designs with obscene levels of performance and battery life for the form factor. It’s so important to Intel, that over the years they’ve produced several... Read more »
  • The MSI MEG Z690 Unify (DDR5) Motherboard Review: The All-Black Option
    With the Unify, we are looking at a premium model with support for DDR5 memory, but it doesn't feature any RGB LED lighting. The MSI MEG Z690 Unify represents MSI's Enthusiast Gaming series, which combines elements of an enthusiast-level motherboard, but with all the features designed for users to make the... Read more »
  • ASRock Unveils DeskMeet SFF PC Platform with Intel B660 / AMD X300 Chipsets
    ASRock has been at the forefront of the small form-factor (SFF) PC revolution right from the Sandy Bridge days. Starting with the Core HT series in the early 2010s, the company moved on to the Beebox (NUC clones) , and recently settled on the DeskMini lineup (based on mini-STX boards).... Read more »
  • How Low Cost Can Chiplets Go? Depends on the Optimization, says AMD’s CEO Dr. Lisa Su
    While not the absolute first company in the market to talk about putting different types of silicon inside the same package, AMD’s launch of Ryzen 3000 back in July 2019 was a first in bringing high performance x86 computing through the medium of chiplets. The chiplet paradigm has worked out... Read more »
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    Computer Hardware Inc - Blog

  • Apple Provides Temporary iCloud Backup Space for New Device Transfers
    When you move from an old iPhone or iPad to a new one, the easiest approach is often the Quick Start device-to-device transfer. But if that doesn’t work, or if you have to give up one device before receiving the other, iCloud Backup is a fine alternative. Fine, that is,... Read more »
  • Use Visual Look Up in Photos in iOS 15 to Identify Plants, Pets, and More
    Have you ever wanted to identify a plant, flower, or pet breed, or find out what that famous painting is called? Us too. In iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, Apple added a new AI-driven feature called Visual Look Up that provides more information about photos of plants, flowers, pets, books,... Read more »
  • New M1 Pro and M1 Max Chips Power the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros
    Last year, Apple started to transition Macs away from Intel processors to its custom M1 system-on-a-chip. The M1’s performance is stellar, but Apple has used it only in low-end models so far: the MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and new 24-inch iMac. For professionals looking for more power,... Read more »
  • New Features to Try (Or Not) in Safari 15
    Along with a new version of Safari in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, Apple has released Safari 15 for macOS 11 Big Sur and macOS 10.15 Catalina. Why do this before macOS 12 Monterey ships? Some of the browser’s new capabilities—notably the Tab Groups feature—integrate it more deeply into your... Read more »
  • When Migrating to a New iPhone or iPad, Try Quick Start First
    You have a new iPhone or iPad—congratulations! When transferring your data to the new device, you have three options: Quick Start, an iCloud backup, or a Mac backup. All will work, but they don’t quite provide the same end result (particularly if you didn’t encrypt your Mac backup). Our advice—backed... Read more »
  • After Upgrading to iOS 15, Check Do Not Disturb in Focus Settings
    In iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, Apple expanded the concept of Do Not Disturb to what it calls Focus. You can create a Focus for different types of activities, so only specific people and apps can break through your cone of silence at appropriate times. Focus subsumes the old Do... Read more »
  • Messages Not Being Delivered to Blue-Bubble Friends? Check Cellular Data
    Here’s a tricky situation that threw one of our clients for a loop recently. Texts they sent in Messages via iMessage (indicated by blue bubbles) to their son, letting him know they were stopping by weren’t being delivered, making their visits a surprise. But other texts worked fine. The problem,... Read more »
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