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Nvidia confirms technical data [Update 2]

The rumors of the last few days were clear: The Geforce RTX 2060 12 GB is coming and Nvidia itself has now confirmed the technical data. The model will have 2,176 FP32 shaders with a base clock of 1,470 MHz and a...

Apple is planning interesting updates for iPad Pro and iPad Air 5

According to current reports, the Californian company is planning, among other things, a redesign of the iPad Pro and the release of an iPad Air 5.

A long-awaited option on WhatsApp introduced

Mark Zuckerberg announced on his Facebook profile that Meta is introducing a new option for sending messages on WhatsApp today.

TSMC receives billions of dollars in advance

The shortage of semiconductors has led to a situation where customers give lucrative payments to major manufacturers in advance to secure the necessary chips

Will the new problem ruin Apple?

After Mark Kalivas committed suicide, Apple employees began to go public with information about the terrible working conditions within this company.

Great news for mobile gaming – Sony is working on controllers for smartphones

Sony seems to be re-launching efforts to play games on smartphones. They could work on a controller like the PlayStation that connects to your smartphone.

The decline in the value of bitcoin continues

Last week's Black Friday continued, obviously, with this week's "Black Saturday", when the value of bitcoin and the world's leading cryptocurrencies sank to its lowest level in a few months.

Nvidia Hopper and Lovelace back at TSMC?

Hopper and Lovelace, Nvidia's basis for graphics cards from the year 2022, are to be produced again at TSMC, in 5 nm.

YouTube Music allows saving queue as a playlist

Little by little, YouTube Music has brought many useful features from the now non-functional Play Music service. It's easier to store songs you’ve put in Queue

Nvidia confirms technical data [Update 2]

The rumors of the last few days were clear: The Geforce RTX 2060 12 GB is coming and Nvidia itself has now confirmed the technical data. The...

Take-Two wants to ban the game name It Takes Two

A rather bizarre situation happened with the game It Takes Two. Take-Two Interactive has filed a lawsuit because the name of the game is too similar to the name of their company.

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Cyberpunk 2077: A mere amount of money for new T-2077 wristwatch based on blockchain

For a mere 440 euros, buyers can purchase a simple, but bulky-looking retro wristwatch made of titanium with a digital display that includes a certificate

Reverso, an icon of Jaeger-LeCoultre

We celebrate the history of the Reverso, icon of Jaeger-LeCoultre. The various angles of a rectangular box that close the perfect circle.

Tesla: The first Model Ys are approved to leave the factory in Grünheide

The American car manufacturer Tesla has built the first Model Y at its plant in Grünheide near Brandenburg. These are test cars that are not allowed to be sold.

CoolerMaster V650 Gold V2 White

The quality mainstream power supply of respectable power with modular design, exemplary energy efficiency, and relatively quiet operation.

An electric bicycle is a computer on wheels

The new Chinese electric bike contains perhaps even more technology than the Greyp.

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A new version of Raspberry Pi operating system

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AMD Rembrandt with significantly more GPU performance thanks to RDNA2

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YouTube Music allows saving queue as a playlist

Little by little, YouTube Music has brought many useful features from the now non-functional Play Music service. It's easier to store songs you’ve put in Queue

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Crypto

Fees for Bitcoin transactions jumped 750 percent in the second quarter of 2021.

Cryptocurrencies became a lucrative business a few years ago, but bitcoin still dominates the market, which means that investments in it are at high levels, which in turn entails a situation where transaction fees are also higher than ever in history.

CEO Binance: No one can kill Bitcoin

NEW YORK - It is impossible for any single entity to kill Bitcoin and the blockchain technology on which it is based, so governments and regulators should accept blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies, said Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance.

The repression of cryptocurrencies is forcing Chinese bitcoin mining companies into Paraguay

As many as eight Chinese bitcoin mining companies reportedly want to relocate their business to Paraguay after the repression of domestic industry.

Iran bans Bitcoin mining!

Cryptocurrencies blamed for power outages!

This year’s May is one of the worst months for Bitcoin!

Bitcoin is on track for its third-largest recorded monthly percentage decline, despite rebounding from the lowest trading levels in Asia.