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Microsoft plans to offer Windows 10 updates for paid subscribers after its official end of support on October 14, 2025. The service will be made available to both businesses as well as individuals.
Sponsored ASUS’s ROG brand extends beyond PCs and laptops with a full ecosystem of peripherals.
The NAND industry posted a quarterly increase in revenue for Q3, and Q4 is expected to see a whopping 20% improvement. SSD prices are likely to head upward.
A recent survey of university students in Japan found that awareness of basic keyboard shortcut keys was lacking.
NICT collaborated with two other institutions to mark a new world record capable of handling 1000 times more traffic than existing worldwide internet networks
Patches for the mainline Linux kernel have added support for the PowKiddy X55, a sub-$200 ARM gaming handheld.
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