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    Mashable

  • The best Apple deals ahead of Prime Day 2022: MacBooks, iPads, AirPods, and more
    UPDATE: Jul. 5, 2022, 2:30 p.m. EDT This post has been updated with the latest Apple markdowns ahead of Prime Day's official start on July 12. BEST MACBOOK DEAL: The 2021 MacBook Pro (M1 Pro, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) is a powerhouse laptop for creatives — $2,299 $2,499 (save $200)BEST... Read more »
  • The best vacuum deals ahead of Prime Day 2022: Robot, cordless, and more
    UPDATE: Jul. 5, 2022, 2:25 p.m. EDT This story has been updated to reflect the latest robot vacuum deals, including picks from Amazon, Walmart, and more. Prime Day season is a great time to score a vacuum on sale — but the best deals certainly aren't limited to Amazon. We've... Read more »
  • The best robot vacuum deals ahead of Prime Day 2022
    UPDATE: Jul. 5, 2022, 2:15 p.m. EDT This story has been updated to reflect the latest robot vacuum deals ahead of Prime Day season, including options from Amazon, Walmart, and more. Robot vacuum deals have always been a pillar of Prime Day. Oddly, though, many of the best deals on... Read more »
  • The best Kindle deals at Amazon ahead of Prime Day 2022
    UPDATE: Jul. 5, 2022, 2:02 p.m. EDT This story has been updated to reflect pricing changes and the latest deals. The best early Prime Day Kindle deals as of July 5:BEST DEAL: The Kindle Paperwhite (2018) is everything you need in an e-reader, and it's waterproof to boot — $89.99... Read more »
  • The best laptop deals as of July 5: The early Prime Day deals are here
    UPDATE: Jul. 5, 2022, 2:05 p.m. EDT This list has been updated to reflect pricing and availability as of July 5. BEST SAMSUNG DEAL: Samsung Galaxy Book Pro, a nice alternative to the similarly priced MacBook Pro — $909.99 $1,099.99 (save $190)BEST GAMING DEAL: Razer Blade 15, a powerful gaming... Read more »
  • VideoA surveillance blimp always hung above my border town. This is what it taught me.
    For those who reside under the dry Arizona heat in the small border town of Sierra Vista between Arizona and Sonora, Mexico, the white surveillance blimp never gives us any respite from the sun. Instead, it serves as a constant reminder: You are being watched. The blimp rises into the sky... Read more »
  • The best early Prime Day pet deals: Pet tech, beds, toys, and more
    On the hunt for pet deals? These are the best early Prime Day discounts we've found on Amazon as of July 5:BEST PET TECH DEAL: PETKIT Pura X self-cleaning cat litter box, an aesthetically pleasing smart litter box — $499 $799 (save $300)BEST PET BED DEAL: Casper memory foam dog... Read more »
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    Video Cardz

  • AMD Radeon RX 6950XT 6750XT 6650XT Review Roundup
    AMD Radeon RX 6×50 XT Series tested AMD has just launched its updated Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards. While those cards are still in stock at your favorite retailers, it might be worth checking the reviews first.  AMD Radeon RX 6x50XT Reviews Media AMD Radeon RX 6x50XT Model 🇯🇵 4Gamer... Read more »
  • AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D Review Roundup
    AMD Ryzen CPU with 3D V-Cache tested The embargo on Ryzen 7 5800X3D reviews has been lifted. This is AMD’s first consumer processor with innovative 3D V-Cache technology.  AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D processor, Source: ComputerBase AMD Ryzen CPU Reviews Media CPU Tested 🇯🇵 4Gamer AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D 🇺🇸 Club386... Read more »
  • AMD Ryzen 7 5700X, Ryzen 5 5600 and 5500 Review Roundup
    AMD Ryzen 7 5700X, 5600 and 5500 tested Today, AMD lifts the embargo on three new Ryzen 5000 processors. New AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU Review Roundup Media Ryzen CPU Tested 🇨🇳 BenchLife Ryzen 7 5700X Ryzen 5 5600 🇹🇼 CoolPC Ryzen 7 5700X Ryzen 5 5600 Ryzen 5 5500 🇺🇸... Read more »
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Review Roundup
    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Reviews Today, NVIDIA lifts the embargo on its flagship GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics card reviews. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Reviews Media RTX 3090 Ti Graphics Card Model 🇺🇸 BPS Customs ZOTAC AMP Extreme Holo 🇩🇪 ComputerBase ASUS TUF  🇺🇸 GamersNexus EVGA FTW3 ULTRA... Read more »
  • Valve Steam Deck Handheld Gaming Console Review Roundup
    Steam Deck reviews The embargo on Valve’s AMD-based handheld console has now been lifted. Steam Deck Reviews Media 🇺🇸 Adam Savage’s Tested 🇬🇧 Arstechnica 🇺🇸 Bloomberg 🇺🇸 CNET 🇺🇸 Digital Foundry 🇺🇸 Engadget 🇺🇸 GameInformer 🇺🇸 GamersNexus 🇺🇸 GameSpot 🇺🇸 Gardiner Bryant 🇺🇸 Gizmondo 🇨🇦 LinusTechTips 🇺🇸 PC Gamer 🇩🇪... Read more »
  • AMD Ryzen 6000 “Rembrandt” Laptop Review Roundup
    AMD Ryzen 6000 breaks cover AMD has just lifted the embargo on its Ryzen 6000 “Rembrandt” CPU series.  ACER Nitro 5 (Professional Review), ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 (The Verge) AMD Ryzen 6000 Laptop Reviews Media Ryzen 6000 Laptop Specs 🇺🇸 Dave2D ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 Ryzen 9 6900HS + Radeon... Read more »
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Review Roundup
    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Reviews Today NVIDIA lifts the embargo on its entry-level GeForce RTX 3050 graphics card reviews. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Reviews Media RTX 3050 Graphics Card Model 🇬🇧 Arstechnica EVGA XC BLACK 🇵🇱 Benchmark GIGABYTE EAGLE OC 🇺🇸 Bitwit EVGA XC BLACK 🇺🇸 Club386 PALIT DUAL OC... Read more »
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    Crunch Hype

  • Most Frequently Asked Questions About Affiliate Marketing
    There are lots of questions floating around about how affiliate marketing works, what to do and what not to do when it comes to setting up a business. With so much uncertainty surrounding both personal and business aspects of affiliate marketing. In this post, we will answer the most frequently... Read more »
  • What is Blockchain: Everything You Need to Know (2022)
    If you want to pay online, you need to register an account and provide credit card information. If you don't have a credit card, you can pay with bank transfer. With the rise of cryptocurrencies, these methods may become old.Imagine a world in which you can do transactions and many... Read more »
  • ProWritingAid VS Grammarly: Which Grammar Checker is Better in (2022) ?
    ProWritingAid VS Grammarly:  When it comes to English grammar, there are two Big Players that everyone knows of: the Grammarly and ProWritingAid. but you are wondering which one to choose so here we write a detail article which will help you to choose the best one for you so Let's startWhat... Read more »
  • Sellfy Review 2022: How Good Is This Ecommerce Platform?
     Are you searching for an ecomerce platform to help you build an online store and sell products?In this Sellfy review, we'll talk about how this eCommerce platform can let you sell digital products while keeping full control of your marketing.And the best part? Starting your business can be done in... Read more »
  • Ahrefs vs SEMrush: Which SEO Tool Should You Use?
    SEMrush and Ahrefs are among the most popular tools in the SEO industry. Both companies have been in business for years and have thousands of customers per month. If you're a professional SEO or trying to do digital marketing on your own, at some point you'll likely consider using a... Read more »
  • Top 10 Best PLR(Private Label Rights) Websites | Which One You Should Join in 2022?
    Content creation is one of the biggest struggles for many marketers and business owners. It often requires both time and financial resources, especially if you plan to hire a writer.Today, we have a fantastic opportunity to use other people's products by purchasing Private Label Rights.To find a good PLR website,... Read more »
  • Canva Review 2022: Details, Pricing & Features
    Are you looking for a new graphic design tool? Would you like to read a detailed review of Canva? As it's one of the tools I love using. I am also writing my first ebook using canva and publish it soon on my site you can download it is free. ... Read more »
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    Slashdot

  • NIST Announces First Four Quantum-Resistant Cryptographic Algorithms
    jd writes: NIST has announced winners of its post-quantum cryptography battle of the giants. CRYSTALS-Kyber has been chosen for standard encryption, CRYSTALS-Dilithium, Falcon, and SPHINCS+ were chosen for digital signatures. Falcon is recommended by NIST as a backup for Dilithium where shorter keys are needed, and SPHINCS+ uses a different... Read more »
  • Why Britain's New Stamps Are Causing Outrage and Upset
    Royal Mail's stamps are finally entering the digital world, with printed codes that can be used to track letters or linked to videos. Collectors, traditionalists and royalists are not amused. From a report: In February, Royal Mail introduced a new design for its standard stamps, which have changed so little... Read more »
  • FedEx To Close Data Centers, Retire All Mainframes By 2024, Saving $400 Million
    FedEx is to close its data centers and retire all of its remaining mainframes within the next two years. Speaking during the FedEx investor day, FedEx CIO Rob Carter said the company is aiming for a "zero data center, zero mainframe" environment based in the cloud, which will result in... Read more »
  • HTC Quietly Announced a New Android Tablet, and Nobody Noticed
    HTC, the once-impressive Android smartphone manufacturer, has a surprise tablet to accompany its bizarre metaverse-focused Desire 22 Pro. From a report: The new A101 is an Android tablet with a 10.1-inch display, entry-level specs, and a design that's straight out of the middle of the last decade. The device, which... Read more »
  • EU Lawmakers Pass Landmark Tech Rules, But Enforcement a Worry
    EU lawmakers gave the thumbs up on Tuesday to landmark rules to rein in tech giants such as Alphabet unit Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft, but enforcement could be hampered by regulators' limited resources. From a report: In addition to the rules known as the Digital Markets Act (DMA),... Read more »
  • AI-Powered Technology Will Be Used To Speed Up VAR Offside Calls at World Cup
    New AI-powered technology will be used at the Qatar World Cup, Fifa has confirmed, claiming it will halve the time taken to make VAR offside decisions. From a report: Semi-automated offside technology (SAOT) will see a complete overhaul of the system used to judge positional offside decisions in the lead-up... Read more »
  • The West's Drought Could Bring About a Data Center Reckoning
    When it comes to water use, data centers are the tech industry's secret water hogs -- and they could soon come under increased scrutiny. From a report: The West is parched, and getting more so by the day. Lake Mead -- the country's largest reservoir -- is nearing "dead pool"... Read more »
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    Anand Tech

  • The AmazonBasics Aurora Vista 1500 UPS Review: Passable Power
    AmazonBasics is a private label of products owned by Amazon. The subsidiary was founded back in 2009 and initially offered only basic products, such as cables and office consumables. More and more products are being added under the AmazonBasics label every day. Today, Amazon retails thousands of products under the... Read more »
  • Best AMD Motherboards: June 2022
    It seems as though AMD has released its final set of processors for use with its highly successful AM4 platform, with the Ryzen 7 5800X3D being a fantastic swansong for AM4 by utilizing its 7 nm Vertical (V) Cache stacking technology. Since our last guide for May, AMD has announced... Read more »
  • The AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D Review: 96 MB of L3 3D V-Cache Designed For Gamers
    The level of competition in the desktop CPU market has rarely been as intensive as it has been over the last couple of years. When AMD brought its Ryzen processors to market, it forced Intel to reply, and both have consistently battled in multiple areas, including core count, IPC performance, frequency,... Read more »
  • Samsung Starts 3nm Production: The Gate-All-Around (GAAFET) Era Begins
    Capping off a multi-year development process, Samsung’s foundry group sends word this morning that the company has officially kicked off production on its initial 3nm chip production line. Samsung’s 3nm process is the industry’s first commercial production process node using gate-all-around transistor (GAAFET) technology, marking a major milestone for the... Read more »
  • ASRock Releases Raptor Lake BIOS Updates For Its 600 Series Motherboards
    While Intel has yet to officially announce its next (13th) generation of Core processors, this isn't stopping motherboard manufacturers from releasing products for them. Always eager to slide ahead of the competition and spur on new sales towards the later half of a platform's lifecycle, mobo makers are already releasing... Read more »
  • TSMC: N2 To Start With Just GAAFETs, Add Backside Power Delivery Later
    When TSMC initially introduced its N2 (2 nm class) process technology earlier this month, the company outlined how the new node would be built on the back of two new cutting-edge fab techniques: gate-all-around transistors, and backside power rails. But, as we've since learned from last week's EU symposium, TSMC's plans... Read more »
  • TSMC to Customers: It's Time to Stop Using Older Nodes and Move to 28nm
    We tend to discuss leading-edge nodes and the most advanced chips made using them, but there are thousands of chip designs developed years ago that are made using what are now mature process technologies that are still widely employed by the industry. On the execution side of matters, those chips... Read more »
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    Computer Hardware Inc - Blog

  • Video11 Features to Look Forward to in Apple’s 2022 Operating Systems
    It’s that time of year again. Apple CEO Tim Cook and numerous Apple employees took the virtual stage again at the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote on June 6th to share what we can expect to see later this year in macOS 13 Ventura, iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and watchOS... Read more »
  • Apple Previews M2-Based MacBook Air and Updated 13-Inch MacBook Pro
    During its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote on June 6th, Apple took a brief break from showing off new features in upcoming operating systems to throw back the curtains on its new M2 chip and a pair of laptops that use it: an all-new MacBook Air and an updated 13-inch MacBook... Read more »
  • Where to Find Lyrics in Apple’s Music Apps
    It’s often tough to figure out exactly what a singer is saying (which can lead to some amusing mistakes), but for many songs in Apple Music, you can bring up full lyrics in the Music app, regardless of which device you’re using. On the Mac, click the speech balloon button... Read more »
  • The Best Characters to Use When Naming Files and Folders
    Back in the early 1980s, DOS filenames couldn’t be more than 8 characters long with a period and a 3-character extension. That was limiting, so when Apple developed the Mac operating system in 1984, it allowed longer names and eliminated the need for an extension, although Mac OS X’s Unix... Read more »
  • Use the iPhone Camera’s Zoom to Avoid Glare, Reflections, and Shadow
    We increasingly need to take photos of documents—vaccination cards, driver licenses, passports, etc.—to submit for online verification. That’s often easier said than done, especially when taking a photo at night under lights that obscure the text with glare and shadows. Similarly, when photographing a screen to document a problem for... Read more »
  • Easily Share Wi-Fi Passwords with Other People and Devices
    You’re on vacation with your family, staying in an Airbnb, with multiple Apple devices to connect to the apartment’s Wi-Fi. Typing the password repeatedly would be a pain, but happily, Apple has added a password-sharing feature to all its operating systems. Once you enter the password on your iPhone, whenever... Read more »
  • How to Recover from Overzealous Auto-Correct Curly Quotes
    Most of the time, it’s appropriate when an auto-correct feature turns single and double hash marks into single and double curly quotes. However, there are times when the curly quotes are awkward for some reason or actively wrong. For instance, hash marks indicate feet and inches, as in 5′ 6″.... Read more »

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