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Upcoming Ryzen 5000 and Ryzen 4000 CPUs Listed By French Retailers for the First Time Confirming Previous Reports

Yesterday, we wrote that AMD is planning 10 new CPU launches in April with public announcements coming in the following days. These SKUs would include both Zen 2 and Zen 3 dies as AMD hopes to clear its remaining inventory before Zen 4 launches in the second half of the…

PlayStation is Offering 3 Months of Apple TV+ to PS4 Users for Free: Here’s How to Redeem it

PlayStation has just announced another cross-promotion with Apple in which you can get an extended trial of Apple TV+ for free. Last time, it was PlayStation 5 owners back in 2021 who got six months of free Apple TV+ just by signing up for it on their PS5s, and now…

Valve Releases Windows 10 Drivers for the Steam Deck

Valve promised Windows support for its handheld-console, the Steam Deck, when it was initially announced last year. Fast forward almost a year and the Steam Deck has started shipping to its first set of customers but without any real support for Windows. That finally changes today. Valve has just released…

AMD to Announce 10 New Mainstream Desktop Processors on March 15th Including Both Zen 2 and Zen 3 SKUs

Just a few days ago, Videocardz reported that AMD is planning on unveiling a host of new mainstream desktop processors in the coming days with release dates set for April. This lineup would be the final release to close the gap between AMD’s Zen 4 refresh in late 2022. The…

Linux Kernel 5.17 Brings Important Performance Improvements for AMD Ryzen CPUs

With the increase of more developers working in the next Linux kernel 5.17, many AMD-based features will see some significant improvements and mark the beginning of new advances in terms of AMD compatibility and processing in GNU/Linux and other systems with Linux kernel. The CPUs and AMD Ryzen will get…

New Windows 11 Insider Preview Build Resurrects Movie Maker, Albeit For a Price

Microsoft has recently pushed another Windows 11 Insider Preview Build to the dev channel. Preview Build 22572 introduces two new applications as inbox apps, a new search highlight feature, and an updated UI for Print Queue among other things. You can read about the major additions below, and for the…

AMD’s Upcoming Threadripper PRO 5000 “Chagall” Series Detailed in Press Brief

The Threadripper 5000 series from AMD has been in the light of leaks and reports for the past few months. We already know a lot about it despite the release still being some time away. However, it seems like AMD is now finally ready to make a proper announcement. Just…

[Exclusive] Samsung Galaxy A53 5G Official Case Renders Leaked

After launching the flagship Galaxy S22 Series line-up, Samsung is expected to unveil a bunch of Galaxy M Series and Galaxy A Series smartphones. This series is primarily focused on budget and mid-premium segment and are launched to go head-to-head with other Chinese smartphone players. Samsung Galaxy A53 5G being…

Intel Core i7-12650HX Alder Lake-S Mobile CPU Spotted on UserBenchmark for the First Time

Alder Lake mobile CPUs have already hit the market with laptops powered by Intel’s newest putting on impressive numbers and taking the crown from both AMD and Apple in terms or raw performance. Even though the Alder Lake-P SKUs are out and about, there is an even powerful series that…

TSMC’s Main iPhone Chip Manufacturing Plant Affected as Nationwide Power Outage Hits Taiwan

This is a developing story. Update: The Taiwanese government has stated that 75% of power has been restored with the rest to be up and running by Thursday night. As we all know, Taiwan is the central hub of semiconductor manufacturing around the world. TSMC alone holds 53% of the…

OnePlus Backs Down from ColorOS-based “Unified OS” Plans, OxygenOS Will Remain the Global OS on OnePlus Devices

In September of last year, OnePlus did the equivalent of shooting itself in the foot then sprinkling purified salt on the wound to make it feel as painful as possible, or in other words, it announced a merger with Oppo‘s ColorOS. The software OnePlus devices are so dearly known for,…

Apex Legends Mobile ‘Limited Launch’ Gets a Short Delay

Apex Legends Mobile was announced last year, and since then players are waiting to get their hands on the game. After going through multiple bouts of closed betas last year, EA recently announced a soft launch on February 28th for selected regions.  Sadly, this has now been shifted by a…

To No One’s Surprise, Some of the New RTX 3070 Ti Laptop GPUs Are Actually Slower Than the Standard RTX 3070

TGP, or Total Graphics Power is an extremely important term that holds significant value in the laptop market. It singlehandedly dictates how powerful your laptop’s discrete graphics will be. The more power a laptop’s GPU has at its disposal, the more frames it can pump out. That’s why two laptops…

New Windows 11 Insider Preview Build Brings Updated Taskbar Design for Tablets

Windows on ARM is still a mixed bag, although it has continued to improve steadily over the years. Recently, Microsoft released a new Windows 11 preview build for ARM64 PCs with new UI optimisations for tablets. Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22563 introduces a new taskbar state for tablets to…

Nokia Launches New ‘PureBook Pro’ Laptop, an Affordable Machine with Intel Alder Lake Processors and Sleek Aesthetics

Nokia, the company from yesteryear that we all know and love for their legendary phones also makes laptops. This may come as a surprise to you but not only did Nokia make a comeback (sort of) in the smartphone market with HMD Global, but they also have a separate laptop…

RTX 2050 Mobile Turns Out to be Markedly Faster Than the GTX 1650 in Official Benchmark

Back in December 2021, NVIDIA unexpectedly announced three new mobile GPUs aimed at the low-end/entry-level market. One of these three new GPUs was the RTX 2050. Despite being a RTX 20-series card, it was actually based on a GA-107 Ampere GPU with 2048 CUDA Cores carrying 6GB of GDDR6 VRAM.…

Microsoft Adds Twitch Support Back to the Xbox Dashboard Nearly 5 Years After Its Removal

Streaming from a console is nothing of a new concept and has been the norm for the past few years. In fact, the OG Xbox One came bundled with Twitch and Microsoft fully integrated it into the Xbox Dashboard in 2014. Somewhere down the line in the frenzy of updates…

Google’s New Developer Preview for Wear OS 3.2 Brings Basically Nothing New to the Table

Wear OS has had a turbulent past to say the least. Despite being the first one to arrive at the smartwatch scene, Google was never able to capture the glory or hype of the Apple Watch and the juggernaut it has now become. This is further made evident by the…

GIGABYTE Says Next-Gen PCIe Gen5 GPUs Will Move from 8-Pin to New 16-Pin Power Connectors

GIGABYTE today issued a press release today announcing their brand new, flagship power supply: the UD1000GM 5.0. As the name suggests, the UD1000GM 5.0 is a 1000W PSU with an 80 Plus Gold efficiency rating and flagship features but almost none of that matters. The exciting bit here is that…

Intel Reveals Its Roadmap for Processors to Release Throughout 2025: Major Plans Ahead For Client CPUs

Intel is no stranger to laying out plans for its future products. They did exactly that with the announcement of the company’s first-ever discrete GPU lineup, Arc Alchemist, giving us the codenames of the next four generations to come. Same was done for Intel’s upcoming process nodes last year that…

Preorders for the Pre-Binned Core i9-12900KS Go Live with Deliveries Expected in March

Back at CES 2022, Intel announced the Core i9-12900KS, with the “S” standing for “special edition“. Intel has released these types of CPUs in the past as well. They’re basically cherry-picked pre-binned processors that have the best silicone possible for maximum overclocking potential. For the unaware, “binning” is a process in which the the…

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Cyberpunk 2077 ‘Next-Gen’ Update 1.5

Cyberpunk 2077 promised players the moon before release, and we all know how the launch went. Nevertheless, CDPR has been hard at work improving the game and they have recently released the much awaited patch 1.5 for PC, consoles and Google Stadia. This update brings major improvements to the game,…

Windows 11 Gets Android App Support, New Notepad and Media Player Apps, and Taskbar Enhancements in Major Update

Despite a somewhat shaky start, Windows 11 is going strong. At launch, it was riddled with bugs and strange inconveniences but Microsoft has worked hard to patch up everything. I am Windows 11 Insider myself and even on the Beta Channel, the builds are almost perfectly stable with no noticeable…

Intel Xeon Sapphire Rapids CPU Eclipses The Competition in New AIDA64 Benchmark

Intel‘s next generation of Xeon processors, “Sapphire Rapids-SP“, has been subject to many leaks over the past few months giving us a good idea of the performance we can expect out of them. Today’s leak adds to that giving us not only AIDA64 numbers for Intel Sapphire Rapids-SP Xeon but…

First Android 13 Developer Preview Goes Live With New Customisation Features and More

Android releases sounded better when they were named after a desert. Nevertheless, Android 13 is finally here in the form of the first developer preview. The developer preview is one of the first phases of testing, followed by months of beta releases before final launch. The Android 13 developer preview…

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