Technology

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Intoducing Intel’s Core i9-12900KS, the world’s fastest gaming chip
`Intel launched the Core i9-12900KS , hitting a blazing-fast 5.5GHz Turbo Boost.
Brad Chacos
PCWorld
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Nreal’s $379 AR glasses launch in the US today
Augmented reality company Nreal is launching its stripped-down Air glasses in the United States.
ADI ROBERTSON / @thedextriarchy
theverge
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RTX 40-series reveal teased for Nvidia’s ‘GeForce Beyond’ GTC keynote
Nvidia`s invitations are out for "the latest breakthroughs in gaming, creating, and graphics technology"
Michael Crider
pcworld
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Lenovo’s Glasses T1 let you bring a private big screen display with you
Plug them into your smartphone or computer and disconnect even further from the world
Umar Shakir
theverge
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TensorFlow, PyTorch, and JAX: Choosing a deep learning framework
Three widely used frameworks are leading the way in deep learning research
Ian Pointer
infoworld
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This face search engine anyone can use is amazingly accurate
Facial recognition software, previously only used in science fiction, is now an everyday part of our lives.
ALBERT KHOURY
komando
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How to Update Your Computer`s BIOS
In general, your computer`s basic input/output system shouldn`t need to be updated that often, but sometimes you have to view or even edit your computer`s BIOS. Here`s how.
Whitson Gordon
pcmag
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Samsung is closing out DDR3 and DDR4 memory to focus on DDR5
An expanded focus on emerging tech could mean rock-bottom prices for current DDR4 hardware.
Michael Crider
pcworld
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IT career roadmap: Cloud architect
Cloud architect is one of the top paid roles for IT professionals,
Bob Violino
infoworld
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From Floppies to Solid State: The Evolution of PC Storage Media
Remember Jaz and Zip discs? Since the debut of the IBM PC, there have been many ways to store your data, and if you`re geeks like us, you care about this sort of thing.
Eric Griffith
pcmag
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Intel kills the remnants of Optane memory
The speed-boosting storage tech was already on the ropes.
Michael Crider
pcworld
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Chromebooks are getting a video editor, virtual desks, and more
And if that`s not enough, Google is going to integrate the LumaTouch LumaFusion app into Chromebooks, too.
Mark Hachman
pcworld
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Open source isn’t working for AI
What’s the point of open sourcing code that runs at a scale no one can replicate? AI needs collaboration, but let’s think about it differently.
Matt Asay
infoworld
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The James Webb Telescope`s First Photos Show Its Extraordinary Power
The cosmic probe’s long-awaited images will kick off astronomers’ science programs.
RAMIN SKIBBA
wired
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Best Mobile Networks 2022
We drove more than 10,000 miles across the US, speed-testing AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon 4G and 5G in cities, towns, and rural areas to crown our 13th annual champion.
Sascha Segan
pcmag
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12 examples of old tech that never dies
From magnetic tape to mainframes, sometimes the old tech really is better. Take a trip back in time with these die-hard technologies still going strong today.
Peter Wayner
infoworld
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Why Hydrogen Is Ideal Green Energy Choice to Run Data Centers
Hydrogen has the potential to be the clean energy source we need to power our data centers. Here`s a deep-dive into how that can happen.
Steven Hill
datacenterknowledge
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You’re missing out. It’s time to finally upgrade your monitor
If you haven`t upgraded your monitor in the last half decade, you`re missing out on killer enhancements at fine prices.
Matt Smith
pcworld
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Windows, macOS, Chrome OS, or Linux: Which Operating System Is Best?
We compare the top desktop operating systems based on availability, interface design, and ease of use, plus the apps and games you can run on them.
Michael Muchmore
pcmag
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MARK ZUCKERBERG HAS SO MANY VR HEADSET PROTOTYPES TO SHOW US
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Reality Labs chief scientist Michael Abrash, along with other Reality Labs members, presented their work at a virtual roundtable last week.
Adi Robertson
theverge