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First Look: Razer Core X

Razer doesn’t scrimp on the internal specs of its premium Razer Blade gaming laptops – but it still likes to keep them slick and thin rather than some of its rivals’ humongous fan-sporting competition. Extra space affords extra power, however, which is why Razer is introducing the...

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Google and Microsoft find new strain of Spectre and Meltdown

Security researchers at Google and Microsoft have found a new variant of the Spectre security flaw that was first reported back in January this year.Rumors of the latest CPU bug were disclosed by a German computer science publication earlier this month, but the details of the vulnerability were only...

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Nvidia quietly launches a new graphics card

While we’re all waiting for new graphics cards to drop this year, Nvidia has quietly introduced a new 3GB version of its existing GeForce GTX 1050.We never expected a new addition to Nvidia’s Maxwell family so late in the game, but on paper the new GTX 1050 3GB looks surprisingly good. T...

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How Microsoft is modernizing the classroom with technology

Microsoft is a strong believer in empowering students to be independent through technology. Earlier this week, the Redmond-based company held a special education event at its flagship retail store to show what it and its partners are working on to help empower the children of tomorrow through their...

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The first 4K G-Sync HDR gaming monitor hits pre-order at a budget-busting price

If you were hyped up about the very first 4K, Nvidia G-Sync HDR gaming display from Acer, the Predator X27, then try not to get too deflated by this: the thing costs $1,999 (about £1,490, AU$2,660). The news comes via a pre-order listing on Newegg, promising that the monitors will be read...

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Samsung’s new 49-inch monitor ramps up the resolution for ultra-wide perfection

We are seeing an increasing number of huge ultra-wide monitors hitting the market these days, and apparently Samsung has another model waiting in the wings – a massive 49-inch curved screen with a resolution of 5,120 x 1,440 pixels.As TFT Central reports, this new monitor – which Samsung...

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Intel Cannon Lake release date, news, and rumors

Remember how Intel was going to release Cannon Lake in 2016? And, then when it got pushed back to 2018? Well, according to Intel’s Q1 financial results we won’t see the long-awaited follow-up to Kaby Lake until 2019 – at least in a consumer-ready state.But before we dive into all t...

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Intel Cannon Lake is official with first 10nm mobile processor listing

Intel’s 10 nanometer Cannon Lake processors may not see the light of day before 2019, but that hasn’t stopped the firm from stoking the flames of anticipation. The company has officially posted details of just one of its Cannon Lake CPUs for laptops: the Intel Core i3-8121U.This is the v...

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Nvidia GTX 1180 Founders Edition looks set to rock PCs in July

It looks like Nvidia’s first GTX 11-series graphics cards will be launching in the next few months, with reports from unnamed sources hinting that the GTX 1180 Founders Edition will arrive in July.This is according to people who have talked to Tom’s Hardware, and if true, it will be arou...

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Microsoft’s iPad killer? Budget Surface tablet said to be in the works

Microsoft is reportedly working on a more affordable Surface tablet to compete with Apple’s affordable iPad.Bloomberg originally reported that the forthcoming lower-cost Surface tablet will feature a 10-inch screen, rounded corners and a $400 (about £300, AU$530) price tag to directly co...


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