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  • Why is the 9900K so hot? - As it turns out, the 9900k's die is significantly taller than the 8700k. As the CPU sits at the bottom of the silicon "stack", there's more material for that heat to go through. Sanding some of that material off resulted in a significant temperature decrease under load.
  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2920X And 2970WX Review: Lower Cost, Many Core Beasts - When AMD launched its initial salvo of 2nd Generation Ryzen Threadripper processors back in August, it consisted of the beastly 32-core / 64-thread Threadripper 2990WX and powerful, but more svelte, 16-core / 32-thread Threadripper 2950X. Those processors represent the pinnacle of their respective line-ups; the 2990WX is AMD's flagship workstation processor and the 2950X is the top HEDT CPU.
  • The GPUs of the Future - With Moore's Law coming to an end, will AMD and NVidia GPUs reach parity in performance in the near future? If so, how will NVidia maintain its market lead? In this video I analyse the last 10 years as well as the next decade in the GPU space, and how hardware will change gameplay itself.
  • AMD's Lisa Su on quarterly earnings and her forecast for next year - AMD CEO Lisa Su sits down with the 'Squawk on the Street' team to discuss AMD's quarterly earnings, what missed and her yearly forecast for the company.
  • Western Digital's new 15TB hard drive is the biggest one ever made - Storage density improves for mechanical hard drives yet again as Western Digital introduces its 15TB Ultrastar DC HC620. Using shingled magnetic recording, data can be packed even tighter on platters, but with the side effect of adjacent tracks having to be rewritten on each pass. Home users may not see any significant difference between current 14TB options and a 15TB drive, but the increased storage density is important to cloud storage applications
  • Hard Drive Stats for Q3 2018: Less is More - Data storage provider Backblaze, which recently got rid of all its 3TB drives and introduced 12TB HGST drives, is back with another round of insight on how different brands are working out for the company. In the last quarter, Western Digital's 6TB WD60EFRX had the worst annual failure rate (AFR) at 4.46%, although the sample size is negligible (5 bad drives out of 383 total).
  • Apple Quotes Teen $1,200 For MacBook Repair - Repair guy Louis Rossmann is making Apple's life hell these days
  • Apple Rolls Out New iOS, WatchOS Beta Builds for Developers - Apple has made iOS 12.1 beta 5 and watchOS 5.1 beta 5 available to developers. These new betas further tweak the code and clean up bugs. One of the biggest additions to iOS 12.1 and watchOS 5.1 will be support for more emoji. Apple is planning to add some 70 new characters, based on Unicode 11, to its platform. These emoji will brings new representation for people with options for red hair, gray hair, curly hair, and no hair, as well as more food, animals, sports, and other items. The new OS is also expected to enable the eSIM on the new iPhone Xs and Xs Max, as well as include real-time depth control for portrait photos. Apple will likely provide a new public beta within several days. Apple hasn't said when it will release iOS 12.1 and watchOS 5.1 to the public, but it is kicking off sales of the iPhone Xr on October 26, and has a media event planned in New York for October 30. It's possible iOS 12.1's arrival will coincide with one of these events.
  • DHS Seizes Aftermarket Apple Laptop Batteries - In the high-profile iPhone and Mac repair professional's latest video, Louis Rossmann explains how US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) seized $1,000 worth of laptop batteries coming from China to his repair shop simply because they featured the Apple logo
  • Is The Pixel 3 A Scratch Magnet? - The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL appear to be prone to marking, especially the black version of the device. The matte portion of the device seems to be most susceptible. Is this enough to scare you away from the Pixel 3?
  • Google Pixel 3 Clear Glass Mod Looks Magnificent - With the colorful wireless charger and NFC it makes an outstanding presence underneath that clouded glass. Its almost like google wanted to show off the internals of their newest flagship; the Pixel 3. The Pixel 3 XL is not as pretty inside. This whole project of taking apart and removing the color on the Pixel 3 from Google, took a little over an hour. Scraping away the color on the inside of the glass is tedious. Glass is glass, and might break during this process. So I do not recommend that you attempt to make your own Pixel 3 clear.
  • Alexa's New 'Whisper Mode' Is Actually Super Cool - Alexa's new Whisper Mode is rolling out now, and it appears to be very well done
  • Google May Charge Android Device Makers Up to $40 for Apps - Google is prepared to charge its hardware partners a steep price for access to Google Apps. The company is prepared to tack on a fee ranging between $2.50 and $40 for each device, reports Reuters, with the average hovering around $20. Device size, screen resolution, and the country in which the device is sold are determining factors. Google says it is doing this to make up for revenue it will lose from de-bundling Google Search and Chrome from the apps it pre-installs on phones. The European Commission fined Google $5 billion for what it sees as anticompetitive behavior with its search and browser apps on mobile devices. The new fees will go into effect October 29. The EU hasn't responded publicly to Google's change in tack, and phone makers have not said how they'll recoup the costs.
  • Google Live Albums Have Limit of 10,000 Photos - Google recently indicated that its Live Albums feature, which lets people instantly share photos and videos with select people, is not without limits. Live Albums are essentially shared albums that display new content right away. The new photos are accessible from devices such as the Google Home Hub and other Assistant-enabled devices. One person can add as many as 10,000 photos or 10,000 videos to a shared album. Multiple people can add as many as 20,000 items (photos and/or videos) in total to a single shared album. People who reach the limit will be warned that their Live Albums are being "paused" until some items are removed. For some, this may defeat the purpose of the automated nature of sharing via Live Albums.
  • Google Makes It Easier to Delete Your Search History - Google today rolled out new tools meant to give people more control over their personal data. Starting with Google Search, people will have direct access to their activity. Before today, Google directed people to their Google Account to manage activity
  • Microsoft Completes $7.5B Github Acquisition - Microsoft completed their acquisition of the Git hosting service Github. Microsoft payed a cool $7.5 billion for the company, which they announced back in June. Github's co-founder and former CEO, Chris Wanstrath, has already stepped down, and former Xamarin CEO Nat Friedman will start his job as head of the company today. Microsoft claims that Github will remain independent, and retain its current philosophy, but that isn't quelling everyone's fears. Back when the acquisition was announced, Gitlab experienced a massive traffic spike, as many developers feared the worst and decided to clone projects to alternative platforms. GitHub will operate independently as a community, platform, and business. This means that GitHub will retain its developer-first values, distinctive spirit, and open extensibility. We will always support developers in their choice of any language, license, tool, platform, or cloud. GitHub will retain its product philosophy. We love GitHub because of the deep care and thoughtfulness that goes into every facet of the developer's experience. I understand and respect this, and know that we will continue to build tasteful, snappy, polished tools that developers love.
  • China Is Hijacking the US Internet Backbone - According to a report published by researchers Chris C. Demchak and Yuval Shavitt, China Telecom is redirecting sensitive internet traffic between the U.S. and other countries through China.
  • What Is The Strongest Material In The Universe? - Underneath the crust of spinning neutron stars, there's a material that is not only strong, but looks like pasta? Nuclear pasta to be exact. Here's what else scientists know.
  • See the World Through the Eyes of a Tesla - Well, as the great (I think) v8.1 autopilot footage was released it was a bit marred by a quickly followed v9 update where Tesla improved their offering quite a bit (took away some of the new thingies since then). More importantly, they started using all the cameras and that created quite some problems in how to capture those esp. without Tesla actually cooperating. The solution I chose was to just limit framerate on all the cameras but main one (the storage driver on ape can handle only at most 80MB/sec).
  • Mandy: The Art Of Film Grain - When you look at the noise long enough, your eyes might just start to play tricks on you...
  • ESCAPE ROOM Trailer (2019) Horror Movie - Six strangers find themselves in circumstances beyond their control, and must use their wits to survive.
  • This Simple Magic Trick Is Breaking Our Brains - Is the card cutting the money? Is the money cutting the card?
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