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Hitman 3: a PC upgrade finally released!

The program confirmed of support from Hitman 3. The title gets new Elusive Targets and an engine upgrade that includes XESS, ray tracing and VR support.

Google Pixel 6a – the first info about the features

Google will present its new smartphone in the coming period. The new model will have Android 12 operating system and many more interesting features.

Samsung is ending production of the Galaxy Note20

2021 was marked as a big year for the Galaxy Note series, but not in a good way. Instead, it was the beginning of the end

AOC Gaming Q27G2S / EU: New gaming monitor

With the AOC Gaming Q27G2S/EU, is a new gaming monitor. It comes with a 27-inch IPS panel, 10-bit color depth, a refresh rate of 165 Hz and the "QHD resolution"

AMD considers switching to Samsung chipset production

AMD is considering significantly deepening its cooperation with South Korean Samsung. Samsung is the "ideal partner" because it also produces chipsets.

AMD’s flagship is now available to end customers

The Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Cooling was originally supposed to only be available for OEM customers, but now the model is also being sold at Mindfactory.

Apple plans to produce their own iPhone 5G modem

Apple is reportedly planning a partnership with TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.) to manufacture its own 5G modems for future iPhones.

Geforce RTX 3050 appeared: GA106, 8 GB and faster than GTX 1660 Super?

Nvidia is said to be working on a Geforce RTX 3050, which will come onto the market with a trimmed GA106 GPU and 8 GB of RAM!

Xiaomi is opening a car factory in Beijing

Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi Corp. will build a factory that can produce 300,000 vehicles a year in Beijing for its electric vehicle unit, authorities in the Chinese capital announced...

Nvidia: Battlefield 2042 two hotfix drivers ready

The 496.76 WQHL, which actually started as a game-ready driver for Battlefield 2042, has already received two optional hotfix drivers.

Apple plans to produce their own iPhone 5G modem

Apple is reportedly planning a partnership with TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.) to manufacture its own 5G modems for future iPhones.

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Ferrari releases a new car model

FERRARI has introduced the third model of the limited series Icona, which includes Monza SP1 and SP2. The model is named the SP3 with the addition of Dayton

Prices: AMD slightly down, Nvidia up again

While AMD's Radeon graphics cards were recently more above the RRP than Nvidia's Geforces, the tide has now turned again for prices.

Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset design

For now, it is known that Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets will launch several upcoming flagship models, including the Samsung Galaxy S22 family.

Google Pixel 6a – the first info about the features

Google will present its new smartphone in the coming period. The new model will have Android 12 operating system and many more interesting features.

Nvidia: Battlefield 2042 two hotfix drivers ready

The 496.76 WQHL, which actually started as a game-ready driver for Battlefield 2042, has already received two optional hotfix drivers.

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Geforce RTX 3050 appeared: GA106, 8 GB and faster than GTX 1660 Super?

Nvidia is said to be working on a Geforce RTX 3050, which will come onto the market with a trimmed GA106 GPU and 8 GB of RAM!

Playstation 3: Emulated PSN for old classic games

A group of players has made it their task to emulate the Playstation Network from the days of the PS3.

Xbox Museum released for the 20th anniversary

Lately, game developers are celebrating their birthdays interactively with their fans. Read below what Microsoft and Xbox came up with for theirs!

PANERAI Luminor – everything you need in a watch

This is roughly how my comments on Panerai would have sounded 5 years ago, when this "Swiss" brand, originally from Florence, appeared every day on forums. 

Huawei began mass production of foldable phones

According to industry sources, Huawei began mass production of its next generation of foldable phones,which will compete with Samsung, in November

Google Pixel 6a – the first info about the features

Google will present its new smartphone in the coming period. The new model will have Android 12 operating system and many more interesting features.

Japan gives $ 5 billion to help the chip shortage

The tech world has long been hit hard by chip shortages and Japan plans to invest $ 5.2 billion to support processor manufacturers like TSMC.

Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset design

For now, it is known that Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets will launch several upcoming flagship models, including the Samsung Galaxy S22 family.

Xiaomi is opening a car factory in Beijing

Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi Corp. will build a factory that can produce 300,000 vehicles a year in Beijing for its electric vehicle unit, authorities in the Chinese capital announced on Saturday. The factory will be built in two phases,...

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Ryzen 5000 Mining: New cryptocurrency “Raptoreum” is on L3 cache

A cryptocurrency called "Raptoreum" that is on the rise makes mining with current Ryzen processors attractive thanks to the large L3 cache.

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.

Elon Musk brings chaos to the Crypto Market!

During last week the Bitcoin price abruptly plummeted by 25% and is currently worth around $43,000. This price was last seen around three months ago, in February.

A Huge Increase on the Crypto Market!

The weekend brought a big drop in all cryptocurrencies, which recovered in a record time during Monday.

Musk on China’s new ban on cryptocurrencies: “Crypto is aimed at reducing the power of centralized government, and they don’t like it”

The Chinese government recently imposed the toughest ban on cryptocurrency trading so far, but the world's richest man, Elon Musk, believes that world governments cannot destroy cryptocurrencies and that the Chinese introduced the ban for fear of losing their own power.