Daily Archives: May 9, 2020

Intel and AMD both just made budget PC gaming so much better

AMD has just launched its Ryzen 3 3100 and 3300X processors, and they’re basically the best thing that’s happened to the $100-$150 price range in years. Not only are these processors extremely affordable, but thanks to the Zen 2 architecture they’re built on, they provide some pretty significant performance improvements, …

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Production delays could push back the launch of new AirPods

The spread of the coronavirus pandemic and the world’s efforts to contain it have caused havoc with tech release schedules this year, and it would appear that the next version of the Apple AirPods are the latest bit of gadgetry to get delayed. A new report in the Nikkei Asian …

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Call of Duty Warzone on mobile: what we want to see

While Call of Duty: Mobile is one of the most successful mobile games ever, it has a flaw – its Black Ops 4-style battle royale mode is rather outdated compared to the newer Call of Duty: Warzone free-to-play game, released in early 2019. It’s no secret Call of Duty: Warzone …

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This VPN could change everything with its decentralized approach

Consumers and businesses alike are now relying on VPNs to protect their privacy and increase their anonymity online. However, most VPN services are highly centralized and many lack transparency which makes it difficult to know how protected your data really is online. The blockchain-based ecosystem Tachyon has developed a decentralized …

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The 10 best Netflix Original movies – and 5 of the worst

When Netflix first launched as a mail-order DVD rental service, making movies was not part of the plan – and why would it have been? In the early 21st century, going direct-to-video was considered the kiss of death for a film, and few self-respecting Hollywood stars would voluntarily make the move …

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