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Asus Talks About The New Rocket Lake Chipset: Z590
21st Jan 2021 [6 days ago] from PCWorld
Intels 11th-gen Rocket Lake CPU isnt here yet, but the Z590 chipset for the motherboards that will use it is.Unfortunately, thats left us with more questions than answers. To get a better idea of just what Z590 and PCIe 4.0 in Intel CPUs...
ATSC 3.0 In 2021: Why Its Still Early Days For Antenna TVs Big Upgrade
21st Jan 2021 [6 days ago] from PCWorld
ATSC 3.0 in 2021: Why NextGen TV is still early days for cord cutters.
There Will Be No GeForce RTX 3060 Founders Edition, Nvidia Confirms
20th Jan 2021 [6 days ago] from PCWorld
Nvidia won’t release its own Founders Edition model of the $329 GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card scheduled to launch at the end of February, the company confirmed to PCWorld today.“From time to time we decide not to design a Founder’s...
The Full Nerd Ep. 164: GeForce RTX 3060 And Intel 11th-gen CPUs Dissected
20th Jan 2021 [6 days ago] from PCWorld
In this episode of The Full Nerd, Gordon Ung, Brad Chacos, Alaina Yee, and Adam Patrick Murray dig deeper into some of CES 2021’s biggest PC hardware announcements, then dive deep into your questions.Brad kicks things off by dissecting...
Netflixs Long-awaited Shuffle Button Will Reportedly Arrive This Year
20th Jan 2021 [6 days ago] from PCWorld
After months of testing a “shuffle play” button, Netflix is said to be rolling out the feature in the first half of 2021.
RIP Old-school Internet: Chrome 88 Lays Flash And FTP To Rest
20th Jan 2021 [6 days ago] from PCWorld
Google started rolling out Chrome 88 this week, and while browser releases usually herald what’s new, the most noteworthy change in this update is what’s not included. Chrome 88 lays Adobe Flash and the FTP protocol to rest. RIP circa-2000...
What Are The Best Pre-built PCs For Basic Tasks? | Ask An Expert
20th Jan 2021 [7 days ago] from PCWorld
Q: What are the best options for a pre-built desktop PC? My parents need a new computer, but building them one isn’t an option, as I don’t live in the same state. All they do is surf the web and play an ancient card game, so I don’t...
Samsung Galaxy S21 Vs IPhone 12: Which Should You Spend Your $800 On?
20th Jan 2021 [7 days ago] from PCWorld
January has barely begun and we already have our first heavyweight smartphone battle of 2021. Samsung has released its lineup of Galaxy S21 phones a little earlier than usual this year, and it’s clear they have Apple’s newest phone...
Rocksteady Stadium 2-Pack Review: You Could Fill An Arena With These Portable Bluetooth Speakers
20th Jan 2021 [7 days ago] from PCWorld
They sound great, but “AI-powered” audio smells like hype to us.
How To Buy The Right-sized TV (the Only Problem Is That It Might Not Exist)
20th Jan 2021 [7 days ago] from PCWorld
Quality over size is our usual mantra, but vendors dont generally offer their best technology in TVs smaller than 55-inch class.
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