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  • Testing Intel Whiskey Lake CPUs: Core i7-8565U Review - Intel unveiled a new series of U-series laptop processors last year designed for ultraportables. These CPUs are codenamed Whiskey Lake, and they're still 8th-gen parts that are not radically different from Kaby Lake Refresh. The focus of this review will be the Core i7-8565U, which is essentially the new flagship 15W CPU in Intel's line-up.
  • Triple RAID - Max Performance Or Max Headache??? - WD sent us 3 of their new Black SN750 NVME drives so we wanted to see what kind of crazy speeds we could get with them when put into RAID 0. Sadly it didn't go exactly as planned, but we were still able to get some results that are more than fast enough. Also let us know in the comments section if you'd like to see us explore this even further.
  • AdoredTV: Comprehending the Navi No-Show - Having received criticism for leaks that weren't entirely accurate, AdoredTV's Jim Parker has returned with a new video that attempts to explain what went wrong and why Navi was a no-show. While critics are calling this another round of damage control, AMD hopefuls say that a leak doesn't have to be 100% accurate to be "right."
  • Follow Up: More Epyc 7551P Testing & Your Questions Answered - Wendell of Level1Techs explains, "NUMA is only really meant to make things better from a program performance perspective. It's not worse. And Linux is well engineered enough that in Ubuntu, NUMA on the 2990WX is squeezing all of the performance out of the platform; out of everything that it possibly can. And you have to concede that Windows and uniform memory access (UMA) mode is basically fine. So its not just the Windows bloatedness and overhead. Its not just differences in the Windows platform. I think that's sort of the final nail on the whole NUMA versus uniform memory access (UMA). And its also not being a hardware thing."
  • How a Zotac RTX Graphics Card is Made - As part of a (Japanese) writeup on the subject, Impress Watch posted a video from inside a factory showing how a Zotac RTX 2000 series graphics card is assemble
  • LG 34GK950F Curved Gaming Monitor Review: 144Hz Ultrawide With HDR - LG's new 34GK950F combines many desirable features into a single display. An IPS panel runs at a 144Hz refresh rate without overclock while delivering FreeSync 2, HDR10 and extended color covering over 90 percent of DCI-P3. LG even throws in blur reduction, which isn't often seen in FreeSync monitors. This is all wrapped in a stylish chassis with an ideal 1900R curvature with QHD resolution (3440x1440) and a pixel density of 109ppi. At around $1,000 (£990), it isn’t cheap but offers more features than many similarly priced screens, including its predecessor, the LG 34WK650
  • Google Pixel Slate Review: Premium, But Pricey - Regardless of how good the hardware is (and it’s mostly good), a $1,000-plus Chrome convertible is a long, long way from the Chromebook’s affordable beginnings. And while you certainly can do more with Chrome OS today than you could even two years ago, the operating system still feels like a work in progress, and plenty of Android apps still don’t look great on this good-looking hardware.
  • Windows Lite will reportedly feature a new Start Menu - Windows Lite is Microsoft’s ChromeOS competitor, which is expected to run a user interface called Webshell and which will not look like Windows 10, and also not be able to be upgraded to Windows 10.  It will still be able to run Windows apps, but only those downloaded from the Store. Today we have heard one of the ways Windows Lite will be different from Windows 10 is that it will drop Live Tiles, which does make sense as, again according to the WC, this is a very underused Windows 10 feature, both by users and developers.
  • Windows 10 Mobile Is Officially Dead - Microsoft has officially signed the death certificate for Windows 10 mobile as it recently posted a "Windows 10 Mobile End of Support: FAQ." On December 10, 2019, "Windows 10 Mobile users are no longer eligible to receive new security updates, non-security hotfixes, free assisted support options, or online technical content updates from Microsoft for free." Microsoft has a suggestion for users of Windows 10 mobile; "move to a supported Android or iOS device."
  • HoloLens news incoming - Microsoft began sending out invitations for its press event at Mobile World Congress today, which will be held on Sunday, February 24 at 5pm CET. Speakers at the keynote will include CEO Satya Nadella, CVP Julia White, and Alex Kipman. Alex Kipman is known for his work on HoloLens, and HoloLens news is exactly what we were expecting. Sources told us that MWC is when it will be officially unveiled that the next HoloLens will use a Snapdragon 850 chipset, making it an always connected PC. It seems likely that we'll get even more details on Microsoft's next-generation AR headset, and a full unveil would be particularly interesting. Don't expect any new Surface hardware, as Panos Panay's name wasn't on the list. It's possible that the firm could show off some partner devices, but that's somewhat unlikely given that this is a pre-event show. For example, at CES, Microsoft did a partner showcase a couple of days into the event, after partners had announced their new wares. Aside from HoloLens and the various business applications that will come from features like 4G LTE, there may be some Azure news as well, since Julia White will be there. We'll find out more on February 24.
  • 15-inch, 4K OLED laptops are coming - Larger OLED laptop screens are coming sooner than we anticipated. Samsung Displays announced that it has made a 15.6-inch 4K laptop display and will begin producing the panels next month. The company plans on providing them to other manufacturers to put into their premium notebooks. Samsung's 15.6-inch display has a brightness range of 0.0005 to 600 nits, and its spectrum of 34 million colors is double that of similar, 15-inch LCD panels. Samsung claims that its panel can produce blacks that are 200 times darker than those of LCD panels, and whites will be more than twice as bright. These attributes contribute to the HDR capabilities of the panel, and the company claims that the panel passes VESA's new DisplayHDR TrueBlack standard. While OLED panels provide better contrast ratios, color gamut, and brightness levels than most LCD panels, they're also more expensive to produce. Lots of manufacturers have skipped OLED panels for their premium laptops because they cost more to put into the device, thereby driving up the retail price for consumers. Also, OLED screens have burn-in problems that some consumers don't want to deal with neither in their smartphones nor in their laptops. Regardless, Samsung's announcement will be exciting for those who have been itching for larger, higher-resolution OLED panels in the newest laptops. It's unclear which manufacturers will be the first to get Samsung's OLED panels, but plenty of OEMs including HP, Lenovo, and Dell have laptops with OLED screens slated for launch this year.
  • One-Year Update: OLED Burn-in Test  - Photos taken at 48 weeks show only significant image retention for CNN; burn-in appears to be either minor or non-existent for gaming and other channels.
  • Yes, Batteries Are Our Future. Here's Why - In this video we'll take a look at the new emerging battery industry.
  • $20 Playstation Hack Stick solve the PS Classic problem? - Does this stick from 8Bitdo fix all the problems with the PS Classic? It definitely improves it!
  • Apple Allegedly Replaced 11 Million Batteries - Apple's missed revenue targets have sent investors scrambling for explanations, and a few pointed fingers at Apple's 2017/2018 CPU throttling scandal. Apple started a relatively affordable program to replace batteries in older iPhones for $29, and some analysts thought the program could put a dent in Apple's profits. That claim hinges on just how many batteries Apple replaced, and the Daring Fireball blog claims to have a concrete number. Citing an Apple executive meeting on January 3rd, the report claims that Apple replaced about 11 million iPhone batteries, which is far above previous estimates.
  • Xiaomi Posts Foldable Phone Teaser - Though the device is merely a prototype, Lin Bin mentions that Xiaomi would consider mass producing the folding gadget if there's enough interest in it. It's possible that such a device could eventually come to the U.S
  • Next RAZR Might be a $1,500 Foldable Smartphone - Motorola will soon revive the RAZR brand for a pricey folding-screen phone for Verizon, the Wall Street Journal reports today. The phone is in testing but could launch as soon as February. The phone would cost roughly $1,500 and be exclusive to Verizon Wireless. Samsung has said it also plans to introduce a phone this year with a screen that bends, allowing the phone to fold in half. Motorola Mobility is owned by Lenovo. The original RAZR was a thin metal flip phone introduced in 2004. Motorola revived the RAZR brand in 2011 for a line of Droid phones that were also exclusive to Verizon. The new "foldable" RAZR has yet to be announced and no other details are available.
  • Nokia Phones Return to US Carriers -  Nokia phones are back on US carrier store shelves as of today. The Nokia 3.1 Plus goes on sale today with Cricket, and Verizon will start selling the Nokia 2 V on January 31st. The announcement was made today by HMD Global, the independent company formed by ex-Nokia employees when Nokia stopped making its own phones. HMD licenses and has exclusive use of the Nokia brand for phones. The company plans additional phones for US carriers this year. "Our approach to operator relationships is not transactional - our users will see more devices at different price points launching with our prepaid and post-paid wireless prover [sic] partners and on the open market", said Maurizio Angelone, Vice President Americas for HMD Global. The Nokia 3.1 Plus has a tall (2:1) 6-inch HD screen, 3,500 mAh battery, fingerprint reader, NFC, and Snapdragon 439 processor with 2 GB RAM. It has dual rear cameras including a 13 megapixel main sensor. It sells for $160 from Cricket. The Nokia 2 V has a huge 4,000 mAh battery for "two-day battery life". It also has a 5.5-inch HD display, Snapdragon 425 processor, 8 megapixel main camera, and 8 GB storage plus a memory card slot. Pricing was not announced for the 2 V.
  • Target, Taco Bell Finally Accepting NFC Payments - Apple Pay and Google Pay are closer to being accepted everywhere, with the announcement that Target, Taco Bell, Jack in the Box, Hy-Vee and Speedway are now rolling out support for NFC payments. Target was one of the last big holdouts in supporting the technology, which lets you simply tap your NFC-equipped phone or smartwatch on the card terminal to pay. Target expects its rollout to all 1,850 locations across the US to be complete in the "coming weeks". Taco Bell and Jack in the Box expect to finish their rollout in the "next few months". Previous holdouts CVS, 7-Eleven, and Costco launched support for NFC payments last year.
  • YouTube Bans Dangerous Challenges and Pranks Videos - YouTube has rolled out new Community Guidelines that will ban videos that depict dangerous challenges and pranks. Examples of dangerous challenges and pranks include, setting yourself on fire, eating Tide Pods, driving blindfolded, shooting a loved one for views, home invasion pranks, drive-by shooting pranks, and pranks that cause children severe emotional distress.
  • New Bluetooth Sticker Tags Powered by Ambient Radio Waves - A new design for Bluetooth LE tags removes the need for a battery and fits into a cheap, thin, stamp-size sticker, or can be embedded directly in consumer product packaging. A tiny ARM processor transmits an ecrypted ID code like other Bluetooth tracking tags, but is powered by a new antenna design that harvests power from ambient radio waves. It can also sense temperature and weight info, and transmit that data, as well, to nearby Bluetooth LE devices, including phones. The tags have been created and successfully demonstrated by Wiliot, which has secured $50 million in funding from eight major investors, including the investment arms of Samsung, Qualcomm, and Amazon. Wiliot expects manufacturers to embed its tag into products and product packaging, which consumers could interact with, both in stores and at home, to get additional product information on their phones, or track lost items.
  • First-Ever 2020 Toyota Supra Sells for a Whopping $2.1 Million - That's almost double what the first 2020 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 pulled at the same venue, 42 times the 2020 Supra's starting MSRP of $49,990, and over 17 times more than what that pristine 1994 version sold for on Bring a Trailer a couple weeks ago. The car is finished in matte gray with matte black wheels and, to make it really stand out at Cars and Coffee, gloss red wing mirrors. To continue the racer-boy theme, the interior is red with carbon fiber inserts.
  • Ford Is Developing a Powerful All-Electric F-Series Truck - Automotive Editor Gary Gastelu on Ford's plans to build a fully-electric F-Series pickup truck.
  • Most Customers Would Stop Watching Netflix if it had Commercials - Netflix reportedly tested video ads for other series earlier this year, and those tests didn't go well. The company has no public plans to implement video ads anytime soon, and a recent survey conducted by the market research firm Audience Project seems to justify Netflix's reluctance. After asserting that Netflix is the leading streaming in the US and several European countries, the research firm claims that over half of Netflix's users would stop watching content if the streaming platform introduced commercials. In the U.S, 42% said they would still stop watching if a price drop accompanied the commercials.
  • Resident Evil Heading to Netflix - According to sources close to Deadline, a Resident Evil TV series is in the works for Netflix. Just like the Resident Evil movie series, it is reportedly under development by Constantin Films. The movie series is currently getting a reboot of its own, also produced by the same German company. This time, they are hiring British director Johanes Roberts to replace Paul W.S. Anderson. Although quite successful and earning over a billion dollars worldwide, Anderson's film series are a significant departure from the original CAPCOM video game series. So fans are naturally hoping that this time around it would actually resemble the video game closely
  • Star Wars Theory Prevails after Disney Claims Copyright on Vader - Disney and their partner company Warner Chappell had claimed that because the custom score used in the film used a rendition of the Imperial March score, then it was in violation of their copyright policy. They used this copyright to claim that the entire film was now their intellectual property and were now going to run ads on it and collect the revenue themselves. Theory was given the option to appeal it, which he stated he was not going to do because he would likely lose and then Disney would delete the film and possibly get his channel taken down.
  • NOMAD SQUADRON - Official Trailer - Fire up your pulse engines. NOMAD SQUADRON hits the Internet January 2019.
  • Spider-Man: Far From Home - Teaser Trailer - Marvel on Tuesday dropped the first teaser trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, the sequel to 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming and the 23rd superhero film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. True to its name, the movie will see Peter Parker (Tom Holland) depart familiar turf on a school trip to Europe. Any hopes of some much-needed rest and relaxation are quickly dashed following an encounter with Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson). We're also shown glimpses of Mysterio played by Jake Gyllenhaal. Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 5, 2019.
  • Untogether Trailer #1 (2019)  - Check out the new trailer for Untogether starring Jamie Dornan!
  • John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum (2019 Movie) Official Trailer - John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum In theaters May 17, 2019. Starring Keanu Reeves, Halle Berry, Laurence Fishburne, Mark Dacascos, Asia Kate Dillon, Lance Reddick, Saud Taghmaoui, Jerome Flynn, Jason Mantzoukas, Tobias Segal, Boban Marjanovic, with Anjelica Huston, and Ian McShane.
  • Game of Thrones - Season 8 - Official Teaser - Game of Thrones returns for its final season on April 14.
  • 20 Things Proving That Japan Lives In 3018 - What's so special about Japan? Anyone who visits Japan will be amazed by something, like robots working as hotel staff or vending machines on every corner! We've collected 20 outstanding innovations proving that Japan must be living in 3018!
  • 30 MONEY-SAVING LIFE HACKS FOR GIRLS - Here's the number of super useful recipes of handmade makeup items, not only they look great but also taste delicious! And not to mention, the positive effect on your skin! Give it a try!
  • 25 BEST HACKS FOR YOUR SMARTPHONE - Smartphones are insanely popular nowadays and we can't live without them. So, you need to learn some tricks on how to make smartphone user-friendly and make some gadgets by your hands to save a ton of money.
  • 27 EASY MAGIC TRICKS - This video is full of magic! You will learn how to make optical illusions that seem physically impossible. It's a perfect way to prank your friends and have a lot of fun.
  • Best Sport Vines 2019 - January - People are amazing!? :-)
  • Ariana Grande - 7 rings - Ariana Grande is really taking over the sexy when it comes to pop stars!
  • Emmy Rossum Behind the Scenes  - How 'Shameless' Actress Emmy Rossum Overhauled Her Entire Wellness Philosophy
  • Insanely hot Alexis Ren in INTIMATES for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit - Maybe she is not in SI this year but she was the hottest one last year.
  • Alexis Ren Could Be The Next Queen Of Instagram - Alexis Ren might take Emily Ratajkowski crown from her soon
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