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Gelsinger provided new info for Alder Lake

Intel boss Pat Gelsinger is not at a loss for pithy words - he proves that at a technology conference.

The Pirate Bay celebrates 18th anniversary

The Pirate Bay turned 18 this week. The site has experienced and survived several closure attempts, and even Swedish police have tried to close The Pirate Bay

Bose has to pay a fine for fixing prices

The Federal Cartel Office  has imposed a fine on the German Bose GmbH for allegedly preventing pricing there. The dealers were monitored

Parag Agrawal, the new Twitter main man

WHO IS THE NEW MOST POWERFUL MAN OF THE TWITTER NETWORK: Parag Agraval replaced Jack Dorsey and "announced" changes to the current rules

Production of new Steam Deck nearing finalization

The production of Valve's Steam Deck is apparently in the final phase: Valve has meanwhile also unveiled the packaging for the handheld.

Windows 11: Improved airplane mode and notification center

In Windows 11, a new quick settings menu replaces the Action Center; the notifications are displayed elsewhere in a separate box.

HP shipped the most computers in Western Europe

According to Canalys data from the third quarter of 2021, the computer market in Western Europe, including desktops, notebooks, and workstations, grew by 21%

The preorder for the Motorola g200 has started

Motorola g200 5G is equipped with the fastest processor on the market, the ultra-powerful Snapdragon 888 + 5G mobile platform. 

This 8-year-old phone has over 40,000 users!

Honor announced today that in 10 days, ie 16.12.2021 it will present the Honor X30 in China, and they talked about the Honor X series.

Intel is hoarding old hardware in a secret warehouse on the coast of Costa Rica

ccording to a report in the Wall Street Journal, there are around 3,000 hardware and software products in a secret Intel warehouse in Costa Rica.

This is the first phone with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Motorola will announce two flagship phones in China in December. Phones with model numbers XT2175-2 and XT2201-2 have appeared in the database of TENAA

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Omicron has grown at a tremendous rate

In normal times, a product sharing a name with a variant of the virus would be bad for business. But these are not normal times, and crypto is not a normal job

Chip shortage without consequences

An analysis of the business figures for the third quarter of 2021 shows that the 16 largest automakers have made record profits. However, the ideal world is clouded by the lack of chips.

Intel Core i5 11600K: mainstream gamer

Intel's Rocket Lake processors for the first time in many years bring improved IPC to Intel desktop processors, as well as support for PCIe 4.0.

Vivo S12 Pro reveals a notch that we almost forgot

The vivo S family will soon have new members, a tipster on Weibo revealed. The vivo S12 and vivo S12 Pro are planned to arrive soon!

Almost 100 square centimeters of premium quality

The MSI MEG Z690 Godlike shows a premium claim of almost 100 square centimeters. MSI did not include its flagship at the Alder Lake launch.

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Bose has to pay a fine for fixing prices

The Federal Cartel Office  has imposed a fine on the German Bose GmbH for allegedly preventing pricing there. The dealers were monitored

LG to shut down bootloader unlock service

When LG officially announced its exit from the smartphone market earlier this year, it assured LG smartphone users that it would continue to provide software updates for some devices. However, this obligation to update the software only applied...

Raptor Lake in Benchmark Database

A new Intel CPU has appeared in a benchmark database that is believed to be Raptor Lake. The model would confirm the rumored more cores.

Thunderbolt 3: new external graphic card housing

With the Gearbox 500, the hardware manufacturer Sapphire Technology from Hong Kong presents a new external graphics card housing.

CORUM BUBBLE IS BACK, THE MOST IRREVERENT WATCH

The Corum Bubble is one of the most original and fun watches of the 21st century. A limited edition with the image of a luminescent skull celebrates 21 years.

RUSSIA SUES APPLE: They want the App Store to open

The problem arose because the payment methods in iOS applications are controversial, as developers are asked not to include other companies' systems.

Standard browser selection is made easier

Microsoft caves in and facilitates the selection of the standard browser with Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22509.

Almost 100 square centimeters of premium quality

The MSI MEG Z690 Godlike shows a premium claim of almost 100 square centimeters. MSI did not include its flagship at the Alder Lake launch.

Production of new Steam Deck nearing finalization

The production of Valve's Steam Deck is apparently in the final phase: Valve has meanwhile also unveiled the packaging for the handheld.

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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.

Why is El Salvador introducing Bitcoin as the second official currency?

How will Bitcoin provide access to the financial market to the majority of El Salvador residents?

TOTAL ECLIPSE: Cryptocurrency mining banned after power outages (more on the Iranian Ban)

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are banned, all due to huge electricity consumption and power outages.

A 28 Million Dollar Mistake!

BlockFi sent money to its users in Bitcoin currency instead of dollars, which resulted in one user receiving over 28 million dollars. Unfortunately, BlockFi is asking for its money back.

BITCOIN MORE PROFITABLE THAN DRUGS: Police found cryptocurrency mining equipment instead of cannabis farm

In the vicinity of Birmingham, the police of Great Britain raided an industrial facility, expecting to find a cannabis farm, due to the large consumption of electricity and heat. Instead of Indian hemp, they found about 100 ASIC miners intended for digging cryptocurrencies.