Month: July 2022

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This major breakthrough could end PC overheating worries for good
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This major breakthrough could end PC overheating worries for good

Home News Computing (Image credit: TSMC) Silicon might be the de facto standard for today's computing, but it might be due for a change if new research from MIT, the University of Houston, and other institutions is to be believed.Cubic boron arsenide, a chemical compound cooked up from a combination of boron and arsenic, could apparently…
Intel Arc graphics cards could be in serious trouble
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Intel Arc graphics cards could be in serious trouble

Home News Computing (Image credit: Intel) There's finally some news on Intel Arc Alchemist's release date, but not the kind that anybody outside of Nvidia and AMD really wanted to hear: Arc Alchemist and Battlemage might get the ax entirely over unfixable hardware flaws that are kneecapping their performance, and it's threatening to scrap Intel's…
Sony is aiming to increase PS5 supplies for the holiday season
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Sony is aiming to increase PS5 supplies for the holiday season

Home News Gaming (Image credit: Sony) Sony has said it's aiming to increase the production of PS5 consoles in order to increase supply ahead of the end of 2022 and the holiday season.Sony made the announcement in its latest earnings results (opens in new tab), in which it also explains that software sales and gameplay…
New iPad Air 6: what we want to see
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New iPad Air 6: what we want to see

Home News Tablets (Image credit: Future) Even though the newest iPad Air is only a couple of months old, we're already looking towards the future and towards the next version of Apple's mid-range tablet.This isn't the next iPad on the way - there's the iPad (2022), iPad Mini (2022) and iPad Pro (2022) that will…
The Unexpected Truth About The Bus From Speed
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The Unexpected Truth About The Bus From Speed

Tinseltown/Shutterstock If you've ever seen the movie "Speed," you might know why this film is considered a classic among critics. The basic premise of the movie involves someone strapping the bottom of a metro bus with explosives that would detonate if the speed fell below 50 miles per hour. It had enormous critical and commercial success…
Netflix sues creators behind The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical following sold-out show
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Netflix sues creators behind The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical following sold-out show

Netflix is suing Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear, the duo behind The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical over copyright infringement, as first reported by Deadline. The streaming giant filed the complaint in a Washington, DC district court just days after Barlow and Bear held a live, sold-out show dedicated to their Bridgerton-inspired album. After Bridgerton’s 2020 debut,…
China’s uncontrolled rocket crashes down over the Indian Ocean
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China’s uncontrolled rocket crashes down over the Indian Ocean

China’s uncontrolled Long March 5B rocket reentered the Earth’s atmosphere over the Indian Ocean, landing somewhere near Sarawak, the Malaysian state on the island of Borneo. The US Space Command confirmed the rocket’s reentry at 12:45PM ET, but it remains unclear where its debris landed. In a translated post on Weibo, China’s Manned Space Agency…
Indonesia bans access to Steam, Epic Games, PayPal, and more
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Indonesia bans access to Steam, Epic Games, PayPal, and more

The Indonesian government has blocked access to a range of online services, including Steam, Epic Games, PayPal, and Yahoo after the companies failed to comply with a new requirement related to the country’s restrictive content moderation laws, as reported earlier by Reuters. In line with the rules, companies deemed “Private Electronic System Providers” must register…