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Lenovo’s first Windows 11 laptops are here, and they’re Ryzen-powered

Windows 11 is landing next month, and PC manufacturers are gearing up for the release with a slew of new devices. Lenovo just unveiled its first two laptops ahead of

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Amazon’s cashier-free ‘Just Walk Out’ tech is coming to Whole Foods Market stores next year

Amazon’s rollout of its cashier-free “Just Walk Out” technology is continuing at a slow but steady pace as the e-commerce giant has announced that the option to skip checkout lines

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Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 20GB graphics card shows up at Russian retailer

It looks increasingly likely that Nvidia has been preparing an RTX 3080 Ti with a more healthy 20 gigabytes of video memory, but it’s not clear when you’ll be able

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NASA sets a new launch date of December 18 for the James Webb Space Telescope

NASA’s most complex space observatory to date is also unfortunately one of the agency’s most hamstrung projects. Work on the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope officially started way back

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Intel CEO believes over 20 percent of premium vehicles’ bill of materials will be dedicated to chips by 2030

With the modernization of vehicles, the number of chips needed to manufacture them increased proportionally. By 2019, semiconductors only accounted for four percent of a premium vehicle’s bill of materials

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Bethesda reveals Deathloop PC specs, features, and pre-load details

Publisher Bethesda released the PC system requirements for Deathloop today. It also revealed a detailed list of graphics settings, and the specifics on exactly when customers will be able to

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GOG celebrates Star Trek Day by adding six classic games to its catalog

September 8 is Star Trek Day, and to celebrate 55 years of the science fiction media franchise, GOG has partnered with Activision to bring half a dozen classic Star Trek

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