Hardware

Intel's 13th Gen

Intel’s 13th Gen Desktop CPUs Are Revealed

Intel’s 13th Gen Core CPUs, codenamed ‘Raptor Lake,’ deliver the ‘world’s greatest gaming experience,’ the chipmaker boasts. The new 13th Gen Intel Core family features six unlocked desktop processors with up to 24 cores, 32 threads, and clock rates up to 5.8 GHz, promising outstanding performance for all types of users, especially gamers, recorders, and …

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Android Auto Unit

Android Auto Unit Is Wireless & Install In Seconds

New automobiles have Android Auto Unit, but older ones don’t. Adding it might be difficult and expensive. You can add an Android Auto unit to any automobile in seconds for a low price. How-to: Aftermarket head units have been around for decades, and Android Auto and CarPlay are now standard. These head units can be …

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EVGA's graphics card

EVGA’s Graphics Card Market Quit Due To Nvidia

EVGA, Nvidia’s leading add-in-board partner, is changing. It’s done with Nvidia and won’t make GPUs. JayZTwoCents and GamersNexus interviewed EVGA CEO Andrew Han on his frustrations with Nvidia and the decision. Jon Peddie Research also wrote about it. “We won’t be on Jensen Huang’s lap on stage, so I don’t want people to speculate,” GamersNexus …

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Google Stadia Pro subscribers

Google Stadia Pro Subscribers Get 1440p Resolution

Google Stadia is a popular cloud gaming streaming platform for Samsung laptops, smartphones, tablets, and TVs. It supports Full HD and 4K gaming and QHD (1440p) streaming. The game streaming service already allowed 1440p streaming, but it was only activated when using a monitor or TV with a resolution between 1080p and 4K. Now, the …

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Intel's Next-Gen Thunderbolt 5

Intel’s Next-Gen Thunderbolt 5 Has 80Gbps Speeds

Thunderbolt is Intel’s (and Apple’s) hardware interface for connecting external peripherals to a computer. Thunderbolt 1 and 2 use the Mini DisplayPort (MDP) connector, while 3 and 4 use USB-C. It was first launched as an end-user product on 24 February 2011 under the name Light Peak. Thunderbolt combines PCIe, DisplayPort, and DC power in …

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Samsung's Tensor G2

Samsung’s Tensor G2 Will Employ Google Pixel 7

Google’s Pixel 7 smartphones will launch in October 2022. The Pixel Watch and Pixel tablet will also be unveiled. Google stated that the future Pixel devices would include Samsung’s Tensor G2 processor. The Pixel 6’s Tensor processor was Google’s first in-house semiconductor. Google co-developed and Samsung Foundry produced the chip. With the recent information, we …

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Kidde Smoke

Kidde Smoke, CO, & Water Alarms Protect Houses.

House is where you feel most comfortable, yet home ownership comes with obligations to safeguard your property and family. Wi-Fi equipped gadgets for detecting smoke, water, and other hazards make it easier to keep your home safe. Kidde offers solutions for urgent hazards like Kidde SmokeĀ and CO, as well as long-term problems like air quality …

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