Bugs, bugs, and more bugs squashed
Our GPU price index tracks graphics cards sales and prices on eBay, which continued the downward trend over the past month.
Law firm Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is searching for owners of M1-based MacBooks with cracked screens to file a potential class action lawsuit.
Maker David Burgess has created a custom dashboard computer for his car using the latest Raspberry Pi 4.
Igor's Lab has today detailed AMD's upcoming Raphael processor's thermal and power management features, with some exclusive information.
Corsair launches a new Gen 4 SSD called the MP600 Pro XT, with very high speeds, and a beefy heatsink.
InnoGrit's RainierQX enables inexpensive SSDs with up to 7 GB/s sequential reads, up to 1 million random IOPS.
Igor's Lab has tested the newest PlayStation 5 revision and concluded that, despite the change in cooler size, the new PS5 console holds up pretty well and there is nothing to worry about.
An international team of researchers has developed a firmware solution to the ransomware problem, detecting and stopping malicious activity on your SSD before its contents are lost to criminals.
AMD has finally released its long-awaited CPPC driver for Linux to unlock optimizations for Ryzen based processors.
Panamanian congressman Gabriel Silva introduced a bill to make cryptocurrency legal tender within the country.
MSI has announced the Optix MEG381CQR Plus gaming monitor, dubbed the world's first Human-Machine Interface gaming monitor.
Microsoft's VP Steve Dispensa explains the under-the-hood improvements that make Windows 11 an overall faster, snappier OS experience compared to Windows 10 - even on the same hardware.
At Newegg, the Gigabyte Aero 15 with 11th Gen Intel Core i7 and RTX 3080 GPU is $1,999 after a huge discount
Researchers with the Riken research center in Japan have successfully demonstrated entanglement on three qubits, up from its previously demonstrated maximum of two.