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Model S Plaid at Nurburgring - [off-topic]
04:51 PM EDT - Oct,20 2021 - post a comment

Model S Plaid sets an official full lap time of 7:35.579 at Nrburgring. Kudos to the driver, the car looks super unstable cornering with high speed.

Overclocked Intel Core i9-12900K outperforms Ryzen 9 5950X - [hardware]
03:31 PM EDT - Oct,20 2021 - post a comment

According to the screenshot from the CPU-Z benchmark, the Core i9-12900K scored 851 points in the single-thread test and 11987 points in the multi-thread. This is just a small fraction higher than previously reported results, but it is the first time the CPU has outperformed stock Ryzen 9 5950X in the multi-thread test. To achieve these results, the leaker overclocked all Golden Cove/Performance/Big cores to 5.2 GHz while he kept Gracemont/Efficient/Atom/Small cores at stock 3.7 GHz. Intel 12th Gen Core series features a new overclocking setting that will allow users to modify the clocks for each type of core, in this case only the big cores were modified. The leaker claims that the Core i9-12900K with a clock speed of 5.2 GHz and voltage of 1.385V has a power consumption of 330W, which is 2.64x more than the stock PL1 value of 125W. Unfortunately, no proof of this power use has been provided. There is also a video from other Bilibili creators: creators: 結城安穗-YuuKi_AnS and bo啵啵猫, who made a video showcasing their engineering sample up close. They reiterate previously leaked results in their own charts comparing the i9-12900K to the current flagship from 11th Gen series i9-11900K and AMD Zen3 flagship Ryzen 9 5950X.

Unfortunately, neither the motherboard model nor the memory technology used (DDR5 or DDR4) is shown in the screenshots. However, we can quite clearly see that the CPU-Z software correctly reads the specifications and the CPU name string from this engineering sample. While the S-Spec string has been scratched off, we can guess that this actually the same sample that has already been pictured by YuuKi_AnS earlier this month.

The Core i9-12900K QX7H sample boosts up to 5.0 GHz with a maximum boost reported at 5.1 GHz, but it is expected that the retail/qualification sample will have a maximum boost up to 5.3 GHz. The CPU is a 16-core and 24-thread hybrid processor featuring 8 Golden Cove/Performance/Big cores and 8 Gracemont/Efficient/Small cores, representing the flagship specification from all Alder Lake silicon that is expected to launch. Intel is now confirmed to launch its 12th Gen Core series on November 4th. The launch will include six K and KF-Series SKUs along with Intel Z690 based motherboards.

Samsung Dominates Yet Again! - [mobile]
06:42 AM EDT - Oct,20 2021 - post a comment

Samsung continues to dominate the smartphone market with a good lead over Apple and Xiaomi. Also, we have some updates on the Galaxy S22 lineup and the Unpacked Event part 2 that will take place in a couple of days. According to new info, Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S22 in February while the S21 FE will be launched in January.

COWBOY BEBOP Trailer (2021) - [off-topic]
06:40 AM EDT - Oct,20 2021 - post a comment

Looks like it's going to be about a billion times better than the Death Note adaptation!

Google Pixel 6 event in 12 minutes - [mobile]
05:34 PM EDT - Oct,19 2021 - post a comment

After all the leaks and rumors, Google officially announced the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with new designs, new cameras, and the first-ever Google custom processor at its Pixel Fall Launch event. Here's everything from the event in 12 minutes.

Damn, Apple - [briefly]
05:01 PM EDT - Oct,19 2021 - post a comment

Anthony was literally foaming by the mouth when talking about MagSafe's return.

La Palma volcano: Unstoppable lava flows continue - [off-topic]
04:41 PM EDT - Oct,19 2021 - post a comment

It has been 31 days since the Cumbre Vieja volcano began erupting on La Palma island in Spain, and has since destroyed nearly 2,000 buildings, according to the European Union's Copernicus satellite program.

MacBook Pro event in 13 minutes - [briefly]
06:07 PM EDT - Oct,18 2021 - post a comment

Apple just wrapped up its 'Unleashed' event and gave us our first look at the new MacBook Pro with a notch, AirPods 3 with an all-new design, the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, and more. Here's everything from the event in 13 minutes.

THE BATMAN Main Trailer - [briefly]
05:43 PM EDT - Oct,16 2021 - post a comment

From Warner Bros. Pictures comes Matt Reeves - The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson in the dual role of Gotham City's vigilante detective and his alter ego, reclusive billionaire Bruce Wayne.


New York 1960s (60fps, added sound w/ color remaster) - [off-topic]
04:24 PM EDT - Oct,16 2021 - post a comment

Home movie clip shows New York in 1960s we can see, Statue of Liberty Ferry, Scene street, Times Square, Trinity Church ,highlights are nighttime neon at Times Square.

The Flash - Teaser Trailer HD - [off-topic]
03:59 PM EDT - Oct,16 2021 - post a comment

The Michael Keaton voice over...I'm crying with joy and love. I cannot wait for this movie!

DC FanDome 2021 - [off-topic]
12:05 PM EDT - Oct,16 2021 - post a comment

Check it out!

See what Michelin uses instead of air in its Uptis tires - [technology]
03:49 AM EDT - Oct,16 2021 - post a comment

By 2024, flat tires might be a quaint memory for some of us.

AMD RX 6600 $330 GPU Review & Benchmarks - [hardware]
03:32 AM EDT - Oct,16 2021 - post a comment

AMD's new RX 6600 manages to further cannibalize the PC DIY industry in favor of quick, short-term profits at risk of causing long-term damage.

As if things couldn't get worse for Microsoft - Windows 11 vs AMD - [briefly]
05:45 PM EDT - Oct,15 2021 - post a comment

If you have an AMD CPU then you should NOT upgrade to Windows 11... Here's why!

This Just Saved me $100,000 - [briefly]
02:52 PM EDT - Oct,14 2021 - post a comment

A lot of monitors, particularly gaming ones, come with DP or HDMI cables. I'd like to see if the cables that are shipped with high end monitors can really support the product that you buy.

US Becomes Global Bitcoin Mining Leader - [briefly]
01:38 PM EDT - Oct,14 2021 - post a comment

The United States has now become the leading country in cryptocurrency mining operations, following China's mining ban and subsequent exodus of its mining operators to less dangerous waters. According to figures published by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, US-based miners reached a 35.4% share in overall bitcoin hashrate in July this year - up 17% compared to April, and only a month after China's move to ban all domestic cryptocurrency mining operations. In the months since, China's Bitcoin hash rate control declined from 44% in May of this year down to 0% as early as July - a far cry from its September 2019 high, which saw the country hold around 75% of the global mining hashrate. As is usually the case, one country's loss equates to another's "gain", and the same is true for mining operations following the China ban. The US may have become the biggest player in this particular court, but any country with cheap electricity that allows for profits increases is fair game. Countries like Kazakhstan went from 8% to 18% in the same period, claiming the current second spot in overall hashrate, while Russia has now claimed third place after reaching an 11% share - rising from 6.8% three months earlier. It remains to be seen whether these mining operation relocations will see the US face the same migratory phenomenons as China did back when mining wasn't banned: operators spent the dry season on regions like Xinjiang in late autumn, winter and spring, migrating to regions with significant temporary overcapacities in low-cost hydropower, like Sichuan, between May and October during the 'wet season'. The impact of this mining relocation to the US in its power delivery infrastructure (if any) remains to be fully understood.

Apple rushes out iOS 15.0.2 just hours after 15.0.1 - [security]
07:55 AM EDT - Oct,14 2021 - post a comment

On Monday, Apple issued an urgent security fix for a zero-day flaw in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 that hackers are actively exploiting. The patch came the same day it released iOS 15.0.1. The bug (CVE-2021-30883) causes a memory-corruption error in the IOMobileFrameBuffer, a kernel function that allows developers to allocate how their apps use system memory to control the display. "An application may be able to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges," read Apple's patch notes. "Apple is aware of a report that this issue may have been actively exploited." The patch notes did not go into great detail about the bug. However, shortly after Apple released iOS and iPadOS 15.0.2, security researcher Saar Amar published a blog post explaining the exploit and created a proof-of-concept (POC) to show that it works "100 percent of the time." Amar said the flaw is "great for jailbreaks" because it is accessible from the app sandbox.

After examining the BinDiff (a tool that shows differences in disassembled binaries), Amar concluded that the flaw was not just good for granting kernel privileges but could also be used for LPE (local privilege escalation) exploits. He tested his very simple (one page of code) POC on iOS versions 14.7.1 (physical iPhone X) and 15.0 (virtual iPhone 11 Pro) but said the bug is likely much older than that. He ran the code five times on each device, and the POC triggered a panic in every instance. Amar's code caused integer overflows in areas other than the IOMobileFrameBuffer, but the patch also seems to have corrected those. "An interesting important note is that other implementations of these functions in other classes also had this integer overflow," Amar wrote. "As far as I can see, the patch fixed these as well."

Aside from the jailbreaking potential, this security flaw is similar to the nasty one (CVE-2021-30807) that Apple patched in July. Malicious attackers could use the bug to hijack the device completely (and apparently are). So it's best to install the patch as soon as possible.

Streets of Philadelphia, Kensington Ave Story - September 2021 - [off-topic]
04:39 PM EDT - Oct,13 2021 - post a comment

Basically the Heroin or Fentanyl just wipes out the central nervous system. This world is fucked up.


AMD introduces Radeon RX 6600 non-XT - [hardware]
04:17 PM EDT - Oct,13 2021 - post a comment

AMD Radeon RX 6600 is based on Navi 23 GPU with 1792 Stream Processors, a reduction of 256 cores from the full chip, and also the RX 6600 XT variant. This model represents the lowest tier in the whole RX 6000 lineup based on RDNA2 architecture. Despite being the slowest, the card is still packed with 8GB GDDR6 memory, although limited to the 128-bit memory bus and 14 Gbps speed. This means that the card has a nearly identical memory configuration to RX 6600 XT but it has lower bandwidth of 224 GB/s. To avoid self-competition among RDNA2 GPUs, the card has lower clock speeds compared to the XT model by nearly 315 MHz for the base and 98 MHz for boost. Those changes are a result of lower board power of 132W, a reduction of 28W from the higher-end SKU. AMD decided to compare its Radeon RX 6600 card with GeForce RTX 3060, which just happens to be the slowest Ampere model out there. AMD card may not be able to win against RTX 3060 in all games, but it will offer better performance per watt. AMD Radeon RX 6600 will carry a price tag of 329 USD, but this price will likely not be mirrored by retailers.

First Windows 11 Patches makes Ryzen perform way worse than before - [briefly]
04:24 AM EDT - Oct,13 2021 - post a comment

Microsoft released the first-ever Patch Tuesday for Windows 11 last night with the new build version 22000.258 and apparently, the update makes the Level 3 (L3) cache latency for Ryzen CPUs even worse. AMD and Microsoft had earlier acknowledged that even the supported Zen-based processors, i.e., Zen+ and newer AMD CPUs, were exhibiting symptoms showing increased L3 latency that was affecting the performance of such CPUs in latency-sensitive applications like games, among other things. And the problem seems to have been aggravated with the new build. TechPowerUp says that the typical L3 latency for a Zen+ based Ryzen 7 2700X is around 10ns which was increased by more than 70% in the initial Windows 11 public release, as it measured around 17.1ns. However, after the Patch Tuesday update last night, the 2700X now gives an L3 cache latency of 39.1ns on the AIDA64 benchmark. That's nearly four times worse than what the CPU generally performs like.

Thankfully, there is a report that claims a Windows update, which will supposedly fix this L3 cache latency issue, is purportedly launching next week on October 19. The same report also adds that the CPPC2 problem will also be fixed with another update that will roll out a couple of days later on October 21.

Adobe finally releases Chrome extension to edit PDFs - [software]
04:22 AM EDT - Oct,13 2021 - post a comment

Native default PDF viewers in web browsers have limited functionality, and they only let users view or download files. When some complex tasks such as editing or commenting in the PDFs arise, they necessitate the usage of dedicated software like Adobe Acrobat Reader. Adobe today released Acrobat Chrome and Edge extensions, which let users access its PDF tools directly through their browser. These will let you fill out, sign, and mark up documents without switching applications. Once the extension has been downloaded, it has to be set up as the default PDF viewer in your browser's content settings.

Some of the Acrobat tools, including the ability to open PDF files, download or print them, add comments, and fill and sign them, will be available for free inside the Chrome extension. This can come in handy for users, who are reliant on the app for adding comments, markups, or highlighting the notes or lecture slides. Additionally, e-signatures can now also be added without leaving the browser. Those having an Adobe Acrobat Pro DC subscription can do even more with the extension, like convert a PDF to a Microsoft Word document, convert web pages to PDFs and rotate, delete or reorder them.

Windows 11 runs Graphical Linux Apps out of the box with WSLg - [briefly]
04:36 PM EDT - Oct,12 2021 - post a comment

Windows 11 runs Graphical Linux Apps out of the box with WSLg! Type "wsl --install" from the Windows Terminal command prompt and go go go! We'll see VS Code, WSLg, The Gimp, and much more.

NVIDIA Releases Game Ready 496.13 WHQL GeForce Graphics Driver - [briefly]
12:05 PM EDT - Oct,12 2021 - post a comment

NVIDIA has today launched its 496.13 game-ready WHQL GeForce graphics driver with many improvements and changes. Starting with the naming, the company has jumped from the 472.12 WHQL version released on September 20th to the 496.xx naming released today. Such a significant increase in version naming is uncommon, and makes us wonder why the company decided to do it, probably in preparation for the Windows 11 branch of their drivers, which uses version 500.

Starting from release 496.13, NVIDIA has also removed support for Windows 8.1, Windows 8 and Windows 7. The last driver to support these operating systems is 472.12. This makes some sense, since between this release and today, Microsoft has launched their Windows 11 operating system. NVIDIA also trimmed more fat by removing support for the Kepler architecture, which was launched in 2012 and included models like GeForce GTX 780 Ti, GTX 780, GTX 770, GTX 760, GT 740, GT 730, GTX 690, GTX 680, GTX 670, GTX 660 Ti, GTX 660, GTX 650 Ti and GTX 630.

In addition, this release is unique because it lacks the standard, non-DCH driver version that NVIDIA usually releases, in addition to the DCH driver. Today's release contains the DCH version of the driver only, pushing Microsoft's DCH driver packaging technique as the way forward. Both AMD and Intel have been shipping DCH drivers exclusively for a long time. On NVIDIA, the only significant difference is that the classic driver control panel is gone and that you'll have to download the UWP version through the Microsoft App Store.

As with any game-ready driver, NVIDIA added support for the latest Back 4 Blood, Baldur's Gate 3, and Crysis Remaster Trilogy, which are October's upcoming games. As we previously covered, this driver also expands NVIDIA Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) support to a few more games, which we have covered in the previous post here. For a full change-log, please see the list at the end of the post.

Intel Core i5-12400 Could be the Next Price-Performance King - [hardware]
06:34 PM EDT - Oct,11 2021 - post a comment

Intel's upcoming Core i5-12400 "Alder Lake-S" processor could be an interesting piece of silicon. Apparently, not all 12th Gen Core i5 desktop chips have the same core-configuration. While the top Core i5-12600K is expected to have six "Golden Cove" P cores and four "Gracemont" E-cores, some of the lower variants, such as the i5-12400, will lack E cores, and be pure P core chips. In this case, the chip is 6-core/12-thread with just P cores; 1.25 MB of dedicated L2 cache per core, and 18 MB of shared L3 cache. You'll probably get all the next-gen I/O, including PCI-Express Gen 5 (PEG slot), a PCI-Express Gen 4 CPU-attached NVMe slot, and DDR5+DDR4 memory.

Given that the Core i5-11400 is a $190 part, even with a 10-15% price hike, the i5-12400 is expected to be under $220. The only drawbacks here are expected to be locked BClk multiplier, and rather low clock speeds of 4.00 GHz. A user on Chinese social media posted alleged Cinebench R20 results of the i5-12400. It scores 659 points in the single-threaded test, and 4784 points in the multi-threaded test. Wccftech tabulated this against known performance numbers of popular chips, and found that the i5-12400 might end up slightly ahead of the Ryzen 5 5600X, a currently-$300 part. The table also puts out leaked i9-12900K numbers, which indicate why AMD is rushing with "Zen 3+" with 3D Vertical Cache, instead of next-gen "Zen 4."

Should you upgrade to DDR5? - [hardware]
04:16 PM EDT - Oct,10 2021 - post a comment

With the launch of DDR5 right around the corner... should you consider upgrading your PCs to use it?

Surface Laptop Studio Review Ended in DISASTER - [briefly]
04:15 PM EDT - Oct,10 2021 - post a comment

Linus is testing if Microsoft's statement about right to repair is true :-)

Windows 10 vs 11 | Features & Changes - [briefly]
06:10 AM EDT - Oct,10 2021 - post a comment

Windows 10 vs 11 Features & Changes. A side-by-side comparison of Windows 10 and Windows 11, comparing features like the start menu, taskbar, apps, and other differences between both Windows versions.

How to fix GPU sag ONCE AND FOR ALL! FREE! - [hardware]
06:06 AM EDT - Oct,10 2021 - post a comment

Awesome easy fix!

Windows 10 version 21H2 is coming - [briefly]
04:02 AM EDT - Oct,10 2021 - post a comment

While Windows 11 may be making all the headlines lately, it is important to note that Windows 10 version 21H2 is on the horizon as well. Although Microsoft doesn't have a firm release date as of yet, the near-final build made its way to the Release Preview channel for consumers and businesses recently. Version 21H2 is supposed to be a relatively minor upgrade but it is important to note that it is one of the two paths forward for PCs that do not meet Microsoft's requirements for Windows 11. While users may be able to force install Windows 11 after signing a waiver on unsupported hardware, it's possible that they won't receive security updates. As such, it's a relatively safer bet to update to Windows 10 version 21H2 if your PC does not support Windows 11.

Windows 10 version 21H2 is an enablement package, just like version 21H1 was for version 20H2 before it. What this essentially means is that the "new" features available with this update are also present in version 21H1 before it, but in a dormant state. You won't get any actual new features downloaded to your computer. This update will simply light up certain features that are already there. Coming over to what features are being lit up, there's not a whole lot. When Microsoft shared details about the feature update back in July, it outlined a grand total of three "scoped" features that will be enabled with Windows 10 version 21H2:

- Adding WPA3 H2E standards support for enhanced Wi-Fi security
- Windows Hello for Business supports simplified password-less deployment models for achieving a deploy-to-run state within a few minutes
- GPU compute support in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows (EFLOW) deployments for machine learning and other compute intensive workflows.

DUNE - FINAL TRAILER - [off-topic]
04:13 AM EDT - Oct,09 2021 - post a comment

The film is slated to be released in select theaters in 2D and 3D and IMAX and on HBO Max on October 22, 2021 and will be available on HBO Max's Ad-Free plan in 4K UHD, HDR10, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos (English Only) on supported devices for 31 days from theatrical release.

Intel's NEW Gaming Laptop is HERE! - [gaming]
06:12 PM EDT - Oct,08 2021 - post a comment

Check it out!

Soundcore Upgrades its Flagship Earbuds with Advanced ANC - [gadgets]
05:48 PM EDT - Oct,08 2021 - post a comment

Soundcore today announced Liberty 3 Pro premium true wireless earbuds. Compared to the Liberty 2 Pro, the new model adds active noise cancellation (ANC) and improved sound performance. The HearID ANC system is "capable of automatically customizing noise reduction based on outside conditions while creating a unique, tailor-made sound profile by analyzing in-ear pressure". This is in addition to Soundcore's standard HearID technology, which can boost specific frequencies based on the results of a personal "hearing test". The earbuds have three different transparency modes for hearing important outside sound. Like the Liberty 2 Pro, the new model has a separate armature for high frequencies, in addition to a more traditional large driver for bass. Six microphones ensure clear outbound audio. The Liberty 3 Pro also support LDAC for high-resolution audio. They are 30% smaller than the Liberty 2 Pro. The buds support Bluetooth 5.2 and are rated IPx4 for water resistance. They come with four different size silicone ear tips plus four sizes of silicone ear wings for a custom fit. The buds can operate for eight hours at a time (six with ANC on). The case can add up to 32 additional hours, including fast charging for 3 hours of playtime in 15 minutes. The case supports both wireless and USB-C charging. The Liberty 3 Pro is available starting today, in four colors, for $170. Soundcore is a brand of Anker Innovations.

Shenmue the Animation first look trailer - [off-topic]
05:47 PM EDT - Oct,08 2021 - post a comment

Crunchyroll and Adult Swim have released a first look trailer for Shenmue the Animation, the 13-episode animated series based on the Sega game series.

Essential Tech Skills for a Career in Cybersecurity - [security]
06:03 PM EDT - Oct,07 2021 - post a comment

Thanks, in part, to the vast increase in online activity over the last few years, an accelerated digital transformation, and technological innovation, cybercrime is perhaps more prevalent and ultimately more damaging than ever before. Cybersecurity is commonplace in the modern age, from the biggest corporations right down to the individual internet user. As technology advances and software is fine-tuned, cybercriminals seek to utilize new techniques in their efforts to deceive....read full article

Valve Cracks Open the Steam Deck! - [gadgets]
11:19 AM EDT - Oct,07 2021 - post a comment

If you bought the 64 GB Steam Deck with plans to upgrade the internal drive, then Valve has posted a video just for you. Well, then again maybe not, as although Valve says that you have the right to do whatever you want with your hardware, they point out that if you cause any damage to the Steam Deck while opening it, they won't cover the damage under the warranty.

They also point out that opening the Steam Deck will apparently weaken the structural integrity somewhat. Opening up the Steam Deck requires the removal of eight screws before you can remove the rear panel. Valve hasn't made things easily accessible inside either, as the first thing they ask you to do, is to disconnect the battery. However, the connector is hidden underneath the EMI shield that covers the SSD and the wireless module, which makes it hard to reach.

As Valve is using an M.2 2230 drive, it's also not going to be easy to find a replacement drive and unlike most M.2 SSDs, the default drive inside the Steam Deck features a dedicated EMI shield, which a replacement drive is unlikely to do. Valve makes a disclaimer that swapping out the SSD might cause interference with the wireless module, as the drives the Steam Deck ships with, were specifically chosen to prevent this from ever happening. It would also be largely impossible to fit an EMI shield to an SSD, due to the fact that it would have to be soldered on for something as small as an M.2 drive. The video also shows how to replace a thumb stick, although Valve points out that it's a custom part that can't be easily replaced. On the other hand, the video also mentions that Valve will be announcing a partner for spare parts for the Steam Deck, which is good news, as it means third party repairs are likely to be possible.

AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 21.10.1 released - [briefly]
10:28 AM EDT - Oct,07 2021 - post a comment

AMD has released a brand new driver for its graphics cards. According to the release notes, the AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 21.10.1 driver is optimized for both Far Cry 6 and Battlefield 2042's Open Beta. Moreover, this new driver adds support for Windows 11, and improves performance in Naraka: Bladepoint and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. According to the red team, this driver improves performance by up to 10% in Far Cry 6 at 1080p Ultra Settings with raytracing on the Radeon RX 6700 XT. It also improves performance by up to 12% at 4K/Medium Settings on the Radeon RX 6800 XT. Additionally, it improves performance by up to 13% at 1440p/Medium Settings with Ray Tracing on the Radeon RX 6600 XT. This driver also packs a number of bug fixes. For instance, it fixes some crashes in Horizon Zero Dawn. It also resolves an issue that could cause the Radeon Software to display higher than actual GPU power consumption values on full load.

PCI-SIG Announces PCIe 6.0 Final Draft Specification - [briefly]
10:26 AM EDT - Oct,07 2021 - post a comment

Back in June of 2019, the PCI-SIG announced that work had started on PCIe 6.0 and some two years and four months later, PCIe 6.0 has reached version 0.9, which equals draft spec. What this means is that companies can now start to implement PCIe 6.0 into their products, to make sure they're compliant with the draft spec, since no additional functional changes will be made, unless something major is discovered.

Battlefield 2042 Open Beta Gameplay - [gaming]
04:46 PM EDT - Oct,06 2021 - post a comment

EA and DICE have launched the beta phase for Battlefield 2042 (for those that have pre-ordered the game). And YouTube's jackfrags shared a video showcasing 25 minutes of PC gameplay footage in 4K/Ultra quality. This video will give you a glimpse at what you can expect from this Open Beta build. The game will release on November 19th, and its Beta will be available to everyone on October 8th.


iOS 15 ruined my vacation! - [briefly]
04:23 PM EDT - Oct,06 2021 - post a comment

Finally a review not overhyping everything and mentioning all the bugs rather than sugarcoating them!


Short overview of recent news articles

Model S Plaid at Nurburgring (Oct,20 2021 )

Overclocked Intel Core i9-12900K outperforms Ryzen 9 5950X (Oct,20 2021 )

Samsung Dominates Yet Again! (Oct,20 2021 )

COWBOY BEBOP Trailer (2021) (Oct,20 2021 )

Google Pixel 6 event in 12 minutes (Oct,19 2021 )

Damn, Apple (Oct,19 2021 )

La Palma volcano: Unstoppable lava flows continue (Oct,19 2021 )

MacBook Pro event in 13 minutes (Oct,18 2021 )

THE BATMAN Main Trailer (Oct,16 2021 )

New York 1960s (60fps, added sound w/ color remaster) (Oct,16 2021 )

The Flash - Teaser Trailer HD (Oct,16 2021 )

DC FanDome 2021 (Oct,16 2021 )

See what Michelin uses instead of air in its Uptis tires (Oct,16 2021 )

AMD RX 6600 $330 GPU Review & Benchmarks (Oct,16 2021 )

As if things couldn't get worse for Microsoft - Windows 11 vs AMD (Oct,15 2021 )

This Just Saved me $100,000 (Oct,14 2021 )

US Becomes Global Bitcoin Mining Leader (Oct,14 2021 )

Apple rushes out iOS 15.0.2 just hours after 15.0.1 (Oct,14 2021 )

Streets of Philadelphia, Kensington Ave Story - September 2021 (Oct,13 2021 )

AMD introduces Radeon RX 6600 non-XT (Oct,13 2021 )

First Windows 11 Patches makes Ryzen perform way worse than before (Oct,13 2021 )

Adobe finally releases Chrome extension to edit PDFs (Oct,13 2021 )

Windows 11 runs Graphical Linux Apps out of the box with WSLg (Oct,12 2021 )

NVIDIA Releases Game Ready 496.13 WHQL GeForce Graphics Driver (Oct,12 2021 )

Intel Core i5-12400 Could be the Next Price-Performance King (Oct,11 2021 )

Should you upgrade to DDR5? (Oct,10 2021 )

Surface Laptop Studio Review Ended in DISASTER (Oct,10 2021 )

Windows 10 vs 11 | Features & Changes (Oct,10 2021 )

How to fix GPU sag ONCE AND FOR ALL! FREE! (Oct,10 2021 )

Windows 10 version 21H2 is coming (Oct,10 2021 )

DUNE - FINAL TRAILER (Oct,09 2021 )

Intel's NEW Gaming Laptop is HERE! (Oct,08 2021 )

Soundcore Upgrades its Flagship Earbuds with Advanced ANC (Oct,08 2021 )

Shenmue the Animation first look trailer (Oct,08 2021 )

Essential Tech Skills for a Career in Cybersecurity (Oct,07 2021 )

Valve Cracks Open the Steam Deck! (Oct,07 2021 )

AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 21.10.1 released (Oct,07 2021 )

PCI-SIG Announces PCIe 6.0 Final Draft Specification (Oct,07 2021 )

Battlefield 2042 Open Beta Gameplay (Oct,06 2021 )

iOS 15 ruined my vacation! (Oct,06 2021 )

This is NOT a Graphics Card (Oct,05 2021 )

Facebook and WhatsApp down (Oct,04 2021 )

ETERNALS 'Thena Fights Deviants' Trailer (Oct,03 2021 )

iPhone 13 A Repair Nightmare - Teardown and Repair Assessment (Oct,03 2021 )

John McAfee: You are immediately infected with KEYSTROKE LOGGING SW (Oct,03 2021 )

Windows 11 will hobble gaming performance by default (Oct,02 2021 )

Ok, NOW Xbox is a PC (Oct,02 2021 )

Intel won't go down without a fight! (Oct,02 2021 )

Microsoft Reveals Office 2021 Pricing (Oct,01 2021 )

You wouldn't DOWNLOAD a PC CASE?! (Sep,30 2021 )

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