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    Mashable

  • This stacked cybersecurity training bundle is on sale for 93% off
    TL;DR: The Ultimate 2021 Cyber Security Survival Training Bundle is on sale for £21.91 as of Sept. 22, saving you 93% on list price.You know the stability of our fragile internet ecosystem is in question when the FBI has to issue national cybersecurity warnings for holidays and weekends. But alas,... Read more »
  • Discover your professional potential with this discounted digital planning tool
    TL;DR: The DeamGravity Career Strategiser Tool is on sale for £28.50 as of Sept. 22, saving you 60% on list price.A lot more goes into choosing a career path than you think. And as a student, graduate, or young professional, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with possibilities — or even boxed... Read more »
  • The best Apple deals as of Sept. 21: iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more
    UPDATE: Sept. 21, 2021, 4:54 p.m. EDT This story has been updated to include the latest deals.Check out our favorite bargains from across the Apple universe as of Sept. 21:BEST MAC DEAL: 2020 Mac Mini (M1, 256GB) — Save $99.01BEST IPAD DEAL: 2021 iPad Mini (WiFI, 64GB) — Save $39.01BEST... Read more »
  • Peacock greenlights Adam Devine 'Pitch Perfect' spinoff. Sure.
    Peacock just announced a Pitch Perfect spinoff with Adam Devine, because there are approximately a million streaming services, and they all need stories.. Devine starred in Pitch Perfect and its 2015 sequel (but not the 2017 threequel), in which he played antagonist Bumper. Devine, 37, will not be playing a... Read more »
  • Save $100 on a 55-inch QLED TV that's great for gaming
    Save $100: The Hisense 55-inch ULED U7G Android 4K TV is on sale for $749.99 at Amazon as of Sept. 21. That's a savings of 12%.You finally have a good shot at grabbing a new gaming console these days. But if you want the total experience when you pick up... Read more »
  • AirPods used to feel like the future, but now they're a relic of the past
    As recently as 2019, AirPods were unquestionably the best wireless earbuds in the game. Those telltale white stems were visible everywhere you looked — the streets, the office, the subway, and schools. It's that runaway success which may have led Apple to get, not lazy but complacent in the past... Read more »
  • How to use Twitter
    Ready to start getting tweets right from the source, but not sure where to start? We've got you covered.We've created a guide to answer all your burning questions about how to use Twitter from how to send a DM to how to schedule a tweet. By the time you finish... Read more »
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    Video Cardz

  • 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 »
  • ASRock Radeon RX 5900 XT Phantom ES tested (former RX 6800 XT)
    AMD Radeon RX 5900 XT ES (former RX 6800 XT) spotted An interesting leak has just popped up on Chiphell. A member of the forums was able to find an engineering sample of the Radeon RX 5900 XT graphics card from ASRock. Such a model has obviously never been released,... Read more »
  • Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3060 Ti listed with placeholder prices
    A Lithuanian retailer has put the listing of the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti two weeks ahead of its launch. Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3060 Ti has been listed by Skytech Skytech now lists four Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3060 Ti models, including Eagle (OC), Gaming OC, and Gaming OC Pro. The graphics... Read more »
  • AMD Ryzen 5000 Vermeer (Zen3) Review Roundup
    Today AMD launches its Ryzen 5000 series processors. AMD makes Ryzen 5000 series official Zen3 is here. AMD today lifts the embargo on Ryzen 5000 series processor sales and reviews. AMD  launches four processors based on a new 7nm Zen3 architecture. The Ryzen 9 5950X is a 16-core flagship CPU... Read more »
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    Slashdot

  • Scientists Develop the Next Generation of Reservoir Computing
    An anonymous reader quotes a report from Phys.Org: A relatively new type of computing that mimics the way the human brain works was already transforming how scientists could tackle some of the most difficult information processing problems. Now, researchers have found a way to make what is called reservoir computing... Read more »
  • China Vows End To Building Coal-Fired Power Plants Abroad
    Chinese President Xi Jinping told the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday that his country "will not build new coal-fired power projects abroad" and plans to boost support for clean energy in developing nations. Axios reports: The pledge, if maintained, would mark a breakthrough in efforts to transition global power away... Read more »
  • US Committee Is Reviewing Zoom's $14.7 Billion Deal For Five9 On National-Security Grounds
    A U.S. government committee is reviewing Zoom's agreement to acquire cloud contact center software company Five9 for $14.7 billion on national-security grounds. CNBC reports: According to a letter dated Aug. 27, the Federal Communications Commission was asked to refer the case to the Committee for the Assessment of Foreign Participation... Read more »
  • iOS 15.1 Beta Lets Users Add COVID Vaccination Card To Wallet App
    The iOS 15.1 beta that was introduced today allows iPhone users to upload their COVID-19 vaccination status to the Health app and then generate a vaccination card in Apple Wallet. MacRumors reports: The Apple Wallet vaccination card can be shown to businesses, venues, restaurants, and more that are requiring vaccines... Read more »
  • FBI Held Back Ransomware Decryption Key From Businesses To Run Operation Targeting Hackers
    An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Washington Post: The FBI refrained for almost three weeks from helping to unlock the computers of hundreds of businesses and institutions hobbled by a major ransomware attack this summer, even though the bureau had secretly obtained the digital key needed to do... Read more »
  • Comcast and UK Subsidiary Sky Reportedly Launching Smart TVs
    Comcast appears to be planning to offer TVs running its own software across at least two territories, according to recent reports from Protocol and The Financial Times. It comes a little more than a week after Amazon announced that it too will be getting into the TV set business. The... Read more »
  • China's Lehman Brothers Moment?
    The New York Times: Angry home buyers are waiting on as many as 1.6 million apartments. Suppliers that sold cement, paint, rebar and copper pipes are owed more than $100 billion in payments. Employees who were strong-armed into lending are panicking now that the company cannot repay them on time.... Read more »
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    Anand Tech

  • Seagate Introduces IronWolf 525 PCIe 4.0 M.2 NVMe SSDs for NAS Systems
    Seagate's IronWolf series of drives for network-attached storage systems has gained significant traction in its market segments. One of the primary reasons has been the breadth of offerings - high-capacity HDDs targeting different applications, as well as SATA and NVMe SSDs. In fact, Seagate was one of the first vendors... Read more »
  • The OnLogic Helix HX500 Review: A Rugged Fanless 35W mini-PC
    The emergence of edge computing as a paradigm has expanded the market for industrial PCs over the last few years. Traditionally an 'industrial PC' was built with a focus on reliable operation in a rugged environment - the emphasis on computing performance being secondary to the utility. This has changed recently... Read more »
  • Cerebras In The Cloud: Get Your Wafer Scale in an Instance
    To date, most of the new AI hardware entering the market has been a ‘purchase necessary’ involvement. For any business looking to go down the route of using specialized AI hardware, they need to get hold of a test system, see how easy it is to migrate their workflow, then... Read more »
  • USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 Portable SSDs Go Native: The Silicon Motion SM2320 UFD Controller Preview
    The external storage market has experienced rapid growth over the last few years, particularly in the retail consumer segment. It has been fueled in part by advancements in bus-powered flash-based storage devices. Thunderbolt SSDs are at the top in terms of both performance and price, but the last few years... Read more »
  • The Xiaomi 11T & 11T Pro Review: Two Chips, With a Battery Focus
    Today Xiaomi is announcing three new devices – the 11T, the 11T Pro and the 11 Lite 5G NE. We’ve had the first two in for review for a bit now and are able to give some first-hand experiences with the phones today.... Read more »
  • Apple Announces iPhone 13 Series: A15, New Cameras, New Screens
    Today Apple held its fall 2021 iPhone launch event, and we’ve gotten 4 new iPhones from the new iPhone 13 series: the iPhone 13 mini, the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.... Read more »
  • The Apple 2021 Fall iPhone Event Live Blog 10am PT (17:00 UTC)
    It's that time of the year again - Apple's fall iPhone event, where we expect the Cupertino company to unveil its newest generation family of iPhones - likely the iPhone 13 series. Last year's iPhone 12 series introduced a new industrial design, and we generally expect Apple to iterate and... Read more »
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    PC Perspective

  • EVGA Launches the X570 DARK AMD Motherboard
    It's finally here: EVGA's long-anticipated return to AMD motherboards for the first time since the socket 939 days, and it's quite a board. It's also quite expensive - but it…... Read more »
  • Radeon RX 6700 XT Powered Raspberry Pi 4
    This project over at Hackaday shows just how flexible the Raspberry Pi is, as long as you are willing to put in a bit of work.  Using the Raspberry Pi compute…... Read more »
  • Thermaltake AH T200 Micro Chassis Review
    It goes without saying that Thermaltake’s AH T200 is a very unusual-looking Micro ATX case. Styled after a helicopter, it is actually the little brother to the full-tower AH T600. So, if…... Read more »
  • Surface Pro 8 Leak?
    On the off chance that the rumours are correct, you can take a peek at what might just be the new Surface Pro 8.  There is not much difference between the purported…... Read more »
  • mp3Podcast #644 – AMD Auto Overclocking, Win 11 Update, Apple News, ExpressVPN Bought + More!
    As many already knew, there was a serious situation that developed over at Sebastian's house when a tree fell on his house. And his car. Dorthy like. But now power and internet have…... Read more »
  • Like Sharp Clean Lines On Your Case? Check The Lian Li Q58
    ITX cases are becoming far easier to find thanks to numerous companies releasing brand new models for people to chose from, one of the newest being the $120 Lian Li Q58; $150…... Read more »
  • RIP Sir Clive Sinclair
    Sir Clive Sinclair was a pioneer in the early age of personal computing, starting Sinclair Radionics in the 1960s after leaving a career in tech journalism.  He started out small, designing transistor…... Read more »
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    Computer Hardware Inc - Blog

  • VideoExploros Overview
    Create a new kind of classroom with Exploros on #Lenovo devices. It's a fun, engaging learning environment proven to help students perform better. Case studies show that students using Exploros perform up to 29% better on standardized testing—and at risk or disadvantaged groups see even better improvements. Check out this... Read more »
  • ThinkAgile HX Series
    See an interactive 3D tour of the @Lenovo ThinkAgile HX Series—visit this web page, courtesy of Computer Hardware, Inc..... Read more »
  • Exploros Course Catalog
    Lenovo education software: Exploros. Device-enabled classrooms enable teachers and students to new more. Exploros on #Lenovo devices offers a social, teacher-guided learning experience that covers key areas of core curriculum for K-12 students. Learn more about it in this eBook, brought to you by Computer Hardware, Inc..... Read more »
  • ThinkAgile HX Series for Small and Medium Businesses
    Which solution enables your SMB to scale to meet business needs, simplify IT management and operations, and maximize business uptime? Read this solution brief, courtesy of Computer Hardware, Inc., to learn more about the ThinkAgile HX2320 Series from #Lenovo.... Read more »
  • VideoLenovo VR Classroom 2 Solution Overview—K-12
    Get started with #Lenovo VR Classroom 2! This is the complete package with everything you need for a VR classroom. Hardware, software, content, device management tools—and the training and support you'll need to get started. Watch this video, brought to you by Computer Hardware, Inc., to learn more.... Read more »
  •  As-a-Service
    No minimum infrastructure capacity commitment, a dedicated Customer Success Manager—plus the latest industry-leading equipment without the initial high investment. Read this solution overview, brought to you by Computer Hardware, Inc., to learn more about #Lenovo TruScale™.... Read more »
  • Lenovo VR Classroom Flyer
    Lenovo and VR in the classroom! #Lenovo VR Classroom 2 offers headsets, software, and everything you need for the virtual reality teaching experience. Geared for the K-12 classroom, these kits offer a complete solution! Learn more with this document, brought to you by Computer Hardware, Inc..... Read more »
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    Hot Hardware

  • Microsoft's Next-Gen Surface Pro X Spotted Running Windows 11 On Arm
    Things have been relatively quiet on the Windows 10 on Arm front for a while now. We haven’t seen many (if any devices) launch this year, and even Microsoft’s last Surface Pro X refresh was mild (to put it lightly) with a slightly enhanced SQ2 SoC. However, that could change... Read more »
  • Future Apple iPhone Devices Might Track Your Emotional Well Being
    Mental health is a topic that has been gaining some much-needed attention in recent years, including some interesting research being conducted by Apple, according to a new report. It is said Apple is working with the University of California, Los Angeles and a pharmaceutical company called Biogen on research that... Read more »
  • Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Refreshed With A Larger, Brighter Display And Longer Battery Life
    Kindle devices seemingly take a backseat to the Fire family of tablets when it comes to “flashiness,” but Amazon clearly hasn’t forgotten about its e-readers. Today, the company announced a major design overhaul for the Kindle Paperwhite, the first such update in three years. Amazon started its refresh with a... Read more »
  • HP Envy 34 All-In-One Runs Wild With Tiger Lake, 5K Display And GeForce RTX 3080
    Earlier this morning, we brought you info on Hewlett-Packard's new 16-inch Spectre X360 2-in-1 convertible and 11 inch Tablet PC. But that isn't all that the PC giant has in store; it also debuted a new Envy 34 all-in-one PC that brings some stout specs (and Windows 11) to the... Read more »
  • Netflix Is Pushing 400 Gbps Video Bandwidth Per Server With AMD EPYC Processors
    Since 2020, Netflix has been able to serve up 200 gigabits per second (Gbps) of TLS-encrypted video traffic from each of its servers, but there is now a path to doubling that amount to 400Gb/s. Andrew Gallatin, a senior software engineer at Netflix, outlined how the streaming service has been... Read more »
  • Microsoft’s Windows 11 PC Health Check App Is Back And Better Than Ever
    Shortly after Microsoft announced Windows 11 earlier this Summer, it made its PC Health Check available to let Windows 10 users know if their device met the minimum requirements to upgrade. However, the app did more to frustrate users with its unclear error messages and lack of explanation for why... Read more »
  • Google Reportedly Has Two Android 12 Pixel Folding Flagships In The Pipeline
    I am in total agreement that I shouldn't quit my day job and pursue a full-time gig manipulating images in Photoshop, as the above example makes painfully obvious. But let's not get distracted from the intent at hand—to show a folding Pixel phone. Preposterous? Perhaps not—rumor has it Google is... Read more »
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