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Attention! Microsoft Teams Will Add Push-to-talk Walkie Talkie Feature
9th Jan 2020 [15 days ago] from PCWorld
Microsoft Teams will preview a push-to-talk “Walkie Talkie” feature later this year, giving managers an easy—or perhaps annoying—way to reach employees and coworkers.Push-to-talk has been one of those communications features that...
Project Snowblind CL From IBuypower Could Make Custom Loop Cooling Easier And Cheaper
9th Jan 2020 [15 days ago] from PCWorld
Custom loop cooling for CPUs and GPUs in a pre-built PC has long been recognized to be more beautiful, more efficient—and more expensive.iBuypower’s Project Snowblind CL plans may change all that. It turns what is normally a five-hour...
As Microsoft Kills Off Its Remix3D 3D Art Repository Tomorrow, Lets Hope That Magic Select Survives
9th Jan 2020 [15 days ago] from PCWorld
Editors Note: This story was originally published on July 10. Microsoft said Thursday that the Remix3D.com online repository will shut down on Friday, Jan. 10. This story has been slightly edited to reflect that.Microsoft has scheduled...
Intel Already Has A Working DG1 Xe Graphics Card, But Its Only For Developers
9th Jan 2020 [15 days ago] from PCWorld
You could almost hear a collective sigh from PC gamers on Monday when Intel showed off its first modern discrete GPU confined to a laptop instead of a desktop.That all changed this morning when Intel revealed that it’s already begun shipping...
Heres Destiny 2 Being Played On Intels First Xe Discrete Graphics Chip
9th Jan 2020 [15 days ago] from PCWorld
After months of teasing and social media hype, Intel finally showed off a system running its first-ever discrete graphics chip, based on the company’s forthcoming Xe architecture. Dubbed “DG1”—first discrete graphics, get it?—Intel...
Corsairs Project Orion Is The Best Use Of Its Ultra-bright Capellix LEDs Yet
9th Jan 2020 [16 days ago] from PCWorld
During last year’s CES, Corsair unveiled its Capellix LEDs—smaller, brighter, and more power-efficient LEDs than the conventional ones found in RGB components. At that time we called them, somewhat tongue-in-cheek, the most important...
Ryzen 4000 Mobile: We Learn More From David McAfee Of AMD
9th Jan 2020 [16 days ago] from PCWorld
AMD stole the show at CES in Las Vegas (not for the first time) by introducing its 7nm Ryzen 4000 mobile chips on Monday. After many years of being the mobile also-ran, AMD finally seems to be delivering a credible challenge to Intel’s...
Cord-cutting In 2020: The Race For A Unified Streaming Guide Is On
9th Jan 2020 [16 days ago] from PCWorld
Helping users navigate a sea of streaming apps will be one of cord-cuttings big trends this year.
Razers Tomahawk N1 Is A Modular Gaming PC That Makes DIY Dead Simple
9th Jan 2020 [16 days ago] from PCWorld
Razers Tomahawk N1, announced at CES in Las Vegas, takes the Intel NUC mini-PC concept and gives it more breathing room, offering a larger case that can fit full-size GPUs.Intels Compute Element is a complete computer on a PCIe card, with...
TiVos Unreleased Roku And Apple TV Apps Are In Limbo
8th Jan 2020 [16 days ago] from PCWorld
TiVos Roku and Apple TV apps are on the backburner as TiVos priorities shift.
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