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Qualcomm Snapdragon X Plus may be the laptop chip of Intel and Apple’s nightmares

Qualcomm isn’t wasting any time filling out its ultra-portable PC chip roster, adding a new Snapdragon X Plus range to slide in behind its still-fresh and high-end Snapdragon X Elite.If this mobile PC SoC approach sounds similar, that’s because Qualcomm is taking almost the same approach as Apple with its ARM-based silicon, but in reverse.…

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This insane home security camera blasts intruders with paintballs

If you’re tired of your home security cameras not providing quite enough protection, then a Slovenian startup could soon offer something a bit more violent. The new security camera is called PaintCam, and it’s essentially an AI-powered security camera that doubles as a paintball gun to help scare off would-be intruders – or just people…

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IT Sustainability Think Tank: Sustainable innovation key to carbon emissions transparency

Demonstrating a commitment to sustainability is fast becoming a prerequisite for successful business partnerships, but many firms struggle to demonstrate their sustainability success to partners, customers and stakeholders. This is where sustainable innovation will play a key role in helping CIOs and IT leaders to not only cut their carbon emissions, but demonstrate their own…

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The DeepCool PX850G 850W PSU Review: Less Than Quiet, More Than Capable

DeepCool is one of the few veterans in the PC power & cooling components field still active today. The Chinese company was first founded in 1996 and initially produced only coolers and cooling accessories, but quickly diversified into the PC Case and power supply unit (PSU) markets. To this day, DeepCool stays almost entirely focused…

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The best SSD in the world? Phony Samsung drive has jaw-dropping specs at a bargain price, and yes – it’s a fake

A fake piece of tech has popped up showing that it pays to be very careful about product names – and also that if an SSD looks very much too good to be true, it almost certainly is.This is the case of a product on AliExpress called a ‘1080 Pro SSD’ which you might, at…

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Hard drives could be about to get more expensive – and we have AI to blame

Here’s some bad news for those looking at buying a new hard drive – prices are about to rise, by the looks of things.And that holds true even for consumer hard drives, even though this news – which comes via a report from analyst firm TrendForce – relates to large capacity hard drives in the…

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Five reasons why – and when – cloud storage is the answer

When it comes to data storage, public cloud is now firmly mainstream. According to a recent survey, close to a third of organisations plan to deploy cloud storage. CIOs and IT directors listed cloud as their highest investment priority after cyber security and risk management. Cloud storage has long been an attractive option for organisations…

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Report: China to Pivot from AMD & Intel CPUs To Domestic Chips in Government PCs

China has initiated a policy shift to eliminate American processors from government computers and servers, reports Financial Times. The decision is aimed to gradually eliminate processors from AMD and Intel from system used by China’s government agencies, which will mean lower sales for U.S.-based chipmakers and higher sales of China’s own CPUs. The new procurement…

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Been tearing out your hair due to PC games crashing with your Intel CPU? Asus has a fix for that

Intel CPU owners affected by a recently highlighted problem whereby some PC games are crashing, take note that Asus has offered up a solution for this issue – and hopefully other motherboard makers will follow suit.To recap, this is a bug that affects Intel’s higher-end (Core i9) 14th-gen and 13th-gen processors, and causes some games…

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Nvidia RTX 5090 and 5080 GPUs could be here in less than half a year – but scalpers might ruin this early launch

Nvidia could be releasing not just one, but two next-gen GPUs this year – and those graphics cards might be here sooner than you think (equip yourself with a saltshaker at this point).YouTuber Moore’s Law is Dead (MLID) tells us that one of his best sources for Nvidia leaks just dropped the claim that Team…

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