Nest Cam (indoor) review: Google’s pretty little camera takes one step forward and three steps back

By: The Verge

Indoor cameras are an awkward category. It’s hard to find a way to fit one into your home without feeling like Big Brother is watching you. My family hates having them in the house and only grudgingly lets me set them up to test as long as I take them down as soon as possible…. Read more

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It’s party time, smash the EXTRA BASS button

By: The Verge

The button is simple, almost plain. A flat black circle, simple dye-sublimated letters, and a small LED pinprick to let you know that it’s on. “EXTRA BASS,” it declares in tall, bold capitals. For indeed, the EXTRA BASS button only does one blindingly obvious thing: it adds extra bass. The speaker in question here is… Read more

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Micro Center leaks specs and pricing for Intel’s new Alder Lake Core i9 CPU

By: The Verge

Even though someone managed to secure early purchases of a couple of Core i9-12900K CPUs, we still didn’t have detailed information about Intel’s upcoming line of Alder Lake chips. Now, a sale page has popped up on Micro Center, suggesting the chips will be available for $669.99 when they launch on November 4th. The spec… Read more

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The Verge Merch Store is back!

By: The Verge

The Verge is celebrating its 10th birthday on November 1st, so we thought this would be the perfect occasion to relaunch our online merch store! Check out the store here. We partnered with DFTBA on some new products we’re really excited about — including a special edition Verge 10-year design by artist Richard Parry —… Read more

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Klipsch T5 II True Wireless ANC review: Polishing a diamond

By: Pocket-Lint

(Pocket-lint) – It isn’t always easy making tech – you can strive all you like to make a bit of kit that gets received well, and the reward you’ve cooked up for yourself is simply the challenge of improving on the already excellent. Best true wireless earbuds rated: Wire-free Bluetooth audio That’s what Klipsch has… Read more

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Raspberry Pi Powers Neural Network Processor Dev Kit

By: Tom's Hardware

Home News (Image credit: BrainChip) BrainChip, the neuromorphic AI specialist, has announced on Twitter that it is now taking orders for two new development kits for its Akida advanced neural networking processor, as spotted by CNX Software. One of the development kits comes with a Raspberry Pi 4, and the other, which is twice the… Read more

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Intel’s Q3 2021: PCs Down, Servers Up, The Forecast is Uninspiring

By: Tom's Hardware

Home News (Image credit: Intel) For many consecutive quarters, Intel’s revenue has beat estimates. The company’s gross margins were high due to strong demand for premium products and conservative spending, whereas the outlook was consistently optimistic as far as revenues and margins were concerned. But this was not quite the case with Intel’s third quarter… Read more

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Intel’s Attempt to Acquire SiFive for $2 Billion Fell Apart, Report Claims

By: Tom's Hardware

Home News (Image credit: Intel) While Intel was interested to acquire RISC-V processor developer SiFive and SiFive is considering its strategic options, the companies could not agree neither on financial terms nor on how SiFive technologies could be used at Intel reports Bloomberg. The latter company is still considering both an initial public offering (IPO) as… Read more

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Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5975WX Benchmark Shows Strong Single-Core Performance

By: Tom's Hardware

Home News (Image credit: AMD) The AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5975WX (via Benchleaks) has made its first appearance on the hardware scene. The 32-core monster is part of AMD’s upcoming Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5000 lineup for professional users and creators. The Zen 3 microarchitecture has done wonders for AMD’s processors, and it’ll surely do the… Read more

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Threadripper Pro Goes Gaming With Nvidia’s RTX 3080 Cloud Gaming Plan

By: Tom's Hardware

Home News (Image credit: AMD) Hot on the heels of Nvidia’s new RTX 3080 Cloud Gaming announcement, AMD has revealed that its Ryzen Threadripper Pro processors will be powering Nvidia’s new RTX 3080 Superpods. Threadripper Pro will give Nvidia the CPU horsepower and PCIe bandwidth it needs to help drive the 39,200 TFLOPS of gaming… Read more

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Razer Inside: Company Debuts Its Own Coolers, Fans and PSUs

By: Tom's Hardware

Home News (Image credit: Razer) Razer is well known for making some of the best gaming mice , as well as other peripherals like the premium Raptor monitor. But the company is delving deeper into the PC realm–literally–with a new line of components, including the Razer Hanbo Chroma AIO cooler, Kunai Chroma fans, and a… Read more

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Razer’s Kraven V3 Headsets Get Haptics, Wireless Options

By: Tom's Hardware

Home News (Image credit: Razer) Razer’s got enough headsets to comfortably deck out a hydra right now, from the classic Razer Kraken to the comfort focused Razer Blackshark V2 to the haptics-enabled Razer Nari Ultimate. And while having plenty of different heads all wearing different hats might fit the company’s snake-centric theming, it can also… Read more

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XPG Spectrix D50 DDR4 XMP Profiles Found To Be Slower Than Stock Settings

By: Tom's Hardware

Home News (Image credit: TechPowerUp) YouTuber Buildzoid from Actually Hardcore Overclocking, has fully exploited the deficiencies in XMP Profiles in his latest video. He finds out that one of his 4800MHz rated DDR4 memory kits reduces system performance, compared to leaving the kit at 2666MHz JEDEC speeds. The system used was a Core i9-11900K (@… Read more

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Apple Hit by Global Shortages as Orders Delay Until December

By: Tom's Hardware

Home News (Image credit: Apple) Apple recently updated its iPhone, iPad and MacBook Pro devices, which could trigger loads of people to upgrade. It seems, however, that Apple is finally facing the component shortage, with many orders being delayed into November and December, Bloomberg reports. Apple has managed to navigate throughout large scale shortages of computer… Read more

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Raspberry Pi Pico Flashes LEDs inside Halloween Figures To Music

By: Tom's Hardware

Home News (Image credit: Dr2mod) Halloween projects just keep getting better — especially now that we have the Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller on hand. Its low power consumption and basic programming requirements make it optimal for projects with more simple demands like this awesome set of Halloween figures, created by Dr2mod, that flashes LEDs to… Read more

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