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Nvidia may Launch the RTX 3060 Graphics Card on February 25th at $329 MSRP

Around two months ago, Nvidia introduced the first mid-range Ampere graphics cards. The RTX 3060Ti promised to tackle the new consoles at an MSRP of 399 USD. Of course, finding the card at its MSRP is rare these days, but it offers the best in class performance per dollar (at…

A Whole Bunch of Images of the OnePlus 9 Pro leaked, Thanks to Dave2D

Rumors and leaks surrounding the upcoming OnePlus 9 series have been around for a while now. The leaks and images of the upcoming devices have been mostly about the vanilla OnePlus 9. It can be seen in the images below that the display is flat and the camera system on…

Google to Consider implementing a dwarfed version of Apple’s Anti-tracking feature for Android

Apple has manifested itself as the biggest proponent of privacy in this age of targeted advertising. It allowed the users of both iOS and macOS devices to choose the amount of information (location, browsing history, etc) that they want to share with the programs and applications on their devices. In…

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Delayed to a Future, Unannounced Date

Picture this: you’re laid back, a pandemic isn’t recking havoc throughout the world, it is 2003 and your just playing Prince of Persia. To be precise, that is the Prince of Persia: Sands of time. The game was a massive hit and for PS2 owners, a dream come true. Not…

Cyberpunk’s New Hotfix 1.12 is now available on PC

All of us can agree that the launch of the most anticipated game of 2020 Cyberpunk 2077 could have been better. Both players and CDPR management who wanted to release the game as soon as possible are to blame for the state of the game at launch. After the launch,…

Xiaomi Announces New Futuristic Design: Curved Glass All Over With No Ports

We’re devoid of any smartphone innovation of late. The companies that used to break ground with their innovations like Samsung and Apple have grounded themselves. Those typical cuboidal designs simply do not scream “wow” anymore. Perhaps this conformity has allowed other companies to exploit the vast evolution of technology. We…

Microsoft Viva Is The New Way Employee Experience Platform That Unites Several Resources and Communication Tools

Organizations regularly need employee development and training, benefits and wellbeing, and a whole host of employee experience technologies. To address the growing need for a unified platform that offers these resources and communication tools, Microsoft has come up with ‘Microsoft Viva’. The platform is essentially a comprehensive Employee Experience Platform…

Apple’s Premium VR Glasses Could Support Two 8K displays and a Price Tag Up to Around $3000!

By now, we know Apple plans on coming out with its smart glasses eventually. There have been rumours and bits of news here and there. Not to mention, we also know that the company would be transitioning into the realm of VR and AR slowly, paving its way from a…

Epic’s Free Games Weekly Streak is still Going Strong, Metro Last Light Redux up for grabs

Epic Games Store was that one guilty secret that everyone had but no one admitted. It tried to bring the ‘Game Console’ practices to the PC market which was not welcomed by the community. It tried to force its way into our desktops by giving away free games every week.…

Google Makes Testing and Integration of Google Pay With Test Suite API That Includes Trial Credit Cards

Google is offering a way to test the development and integration of Google Pay within eCommerce platforms. The search giant has created a group that offers the Test Suite API. The group also makes trial Credit Cards and other related information available for testing and integration purposes. Any website, particularly…

Instagram Looking to Prevent Users From Sharing Posts on Their Stories

Instagram has probably taken over Facebook when it comes to a platform people use to scroll through. After all, if you look at your screen usage, you’ll see these apps taking up most of the time. People would be scrolling through posts on their feed or skipping through stories. While…

Apple Invests Huge Money in Kia To Push Forward Towards the Apple Car

The concept of an Apple Car seemed pretty farfetched a couple of years ago. Recently, though, the company has been involved in a number of rumours sealing this idea. While reports state that the project may be in the pipeline, we may not see an end product for another couple…

Mass Effect Legendary Edition Developer Outlines New Features

Bioware’s revamp to the Mass Effect trilogy was announced back in November with a release window for spring 2021. Following some leaks, Mass Effect Legendary Edition is now ready for launch on March 14th, 2021 for both Origin and Steam. The Mass Effect Legendary Edition game page confirmed that the…

Firefox App For Android Latest Update Can Stream DRM-Protected Content At 720p And Includes Ability To Install Extensions

Mozilla sent out Firefox v85 update to the desktop or PC users last week and quickly followed up with Firefox v85 for Android. While the PC variant had substantial functionalities, the Android App merely had support for the installation of extensions. However, Firefox 85 for Android includes another change that…

MSI’s New AI Enabled 34-inch Curved Gaming Monitor Finally Hits the Shelves

MSI announced MPG Artymis 343CQR curved gaming monitor during CES 2021. The 34-inch gaming monitor boasts a 1440p display with a curvature of 1000R. The curvature is designed to match the natural curvature of human eyes so, users should experience less eyestrain during elongated gaming sessions. The MSI MPG Artymis…

NZXT Stop H1 Case Production After It Proves To Be a Fire Hazard

NZXT is a company known for making computer cases. The company’s H1 case caught much following last year. Allowing for a powerful build in a body much similar in size to the Xbox Series X. The mini-tower PC case offered good options and really tested your cable management. Then suddenly…

God of War Receives the PlayStation 5 Optimization Patch

The 2018 reboot of the God of War franchise not only gave the series a new look and feel but also took one of the most beloved franchises in PlayStation history to a whole new level. The game also bagged the prestigious game of the year award for 2018. The…

Google Stadia Scraps its Internal Game Studios, it will now Focus Only on Game Distribution

Google is known for shutting down and starting projects out of the blue. In the case of Stadia, the company went all out and supported the service for quite some time. The service which was meant to disrupt the whole videogames market suffered due to its own policies. Though the…

Intel Alder Lake-P With 14 Cores and 20 Threads For Laptops Surfaces Online In Geekbench listing

Intel’s first-ever CPU with the Hybrid Technology has surfaced online in the form of a Geekbench listing. The Intel Alder Lake-P packs 14 Cores and 20 Threads. The odd combination of the Cores and Threads is mainly due to the hybrid architecture utilizing Golden Cove high-performance cores and Gracemont power-saving…

OnePlus’s Next Mid-range Device to be called OnePlus Nord N1 5G

2020 was perhaps the best year for OnePlus. The company released its first true flagship in the form of OnePlus 8 Pro. It was also the first time the company released its first mid-range series under the new OnePlus Nord brand. OnePlus has released three devices in the new series…

MLB The Show 21 Launches in April on PlayStation and Xbox Consoles

Long-time PlayStation exclusive series MLB The Show is finally coming to other platforms. MLB The Show 21 is the latest installment in Sony’s sports video game franchise and launches April 20th on both PlayStation and Xbox consoles. After a recent leak, a new announcement on the PlayStation blog confirmed that…

Galax to Introduce its First RTX 30-series Graphics card for the Overclocking Enthusiasts

GALAX has distinguished itself by branding its graphics cards as ones that break the records made by graphics cards from the Founder’s series and other AIB partners. Even though these graphics cards are priced higher than their reference counterparts, Galax has been able to create a niche market for these…

GeekBench Score Shows Extreme Gains From Exynos 2100: What Does That Imply?

Samsung S21 lineup is perhaps the best series of devices you can buy today. Not only did the company fix a lot of stuff from the previous generation, but they also managed to shave dollars off the price. The Galaxy S21 series, all of them, come with Snapdragon 888 chipset…

Intel Flagship Core i9-11900K 8C/16T CPU Benchmark Result Enters Into PassMark Ranking Indicating Fastest Single Thread CPU Speed

The Intel Core i9-11900K is the top-end flagship CPU from the 11th Gen Core Series. The premium CPU from Intel has officially entered the PassMark ranking. The benchmark results are partial, but they indicate that the Intel Core i9-11900K has the fastest single-threaded speed, for now. The upcoming Intel Core…

Google Rolls Out Chrome Update with Tab Grid View: Support for Grouping Added As Well

The Chrome browser from Google continues to gain much improvements and popularity. It is no surprise that the company behind it, put much thought into it. Perhaps that is why the Chrome browser receives almost regular updates. There is a new one here too. Although it is not available to…