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GOOGLE I/O 2022 KEYNOTE LIVE BLOG
Join us for all the news and announcements from Google’s developer keynote
Dan Seifert, David Pierce, Nilay Patel, and Sean H
theverge
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Don`t Freak Out: How to Save Data From a PC That Won`t Boot
`If you have important data trapped on a computer that`s not working, there are ways to recover it. You should already have a backup, but here`s what you can do in an emergency.
Whitson Gordon
pcmag
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Intel: The Chip Shortage Isn`t Ending Anytime Soon
Shortages impacting manufacturing equipment could extend these dark days.
Phillip Tracy
gizmodo
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Your Smartphone`s Selfie Cam Can See a Lot by Capturing Reflections in Your Pupils
One day, your devices could know how they`re being used by staring deep into your eyes.
Andrew Liszewski
gizmodo
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Is your job in jeopardy? 8 jobs robots are taking over
Job security is a constant concern for many workers.
CHARLIE FRIPP
komando
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Dell defends its controversial new laptop memory
Dell sets the record straight about its new CAMM design.
Gordon Ung
pcworld
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Newly-Released Documents Shed Light on Government-Funded Research
the research priorities of the secretive Advanced Aerospace Weapons Systems Application Program.
Anna Merlan
vice
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Intel Pledges to Reach Net-Zero in Global Operations by 2040
The semiconductor manufacturer’s announcement has industry-wide implications for sustainability.
Terri Coles
datacenterknowledge
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GPUs are Back, Baby!
That gaping hole in your desktop build could soon be filled. Graphics cards are back in stock and dropping in price.
Phillip Tracy
gizmodo
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ATX 3.0 explained: Why Intel gave power supplies their first overhaul in 20 years
Intel talks ATX 3.0 and ATX 12VO 2.0.
Gordon Ung
pcworld
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Cops Pull Over Joyriding Driverless Taxi: `Ain`t Nobody in It`
What was supposed to be a routine traffic stop quickly turned bizarre when the car sped away from police.
Shoshana Wodinsky
gizmodo
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AMD Says a Driver Bug Is Automatically Overclocking Ryzen Processors
BIOS settings are being adjusted without a user`s knowledge.
Matthew Humphries
pcmag
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Alphabet’s Commercial Drone Delivery Takes Off in Dallas
A handful of companies are officially launching their flying delivery robots. Hooray?
Lucas Ropek
gizmodo
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Nvidia’s next lighting tech could blow ray tracing out of the water
Path tracing, a more subtle and complex lighting technique, is now on the horizon
Michael Crider
pcworld
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An Engineer Created the First Android Phone With an Apple Lightning Port
Ken Pillonel successfully gave the Android world a feature it has never asked for.
Andrew Liszewski
gizmodo
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New Flexible Screen Can Be Stretched Without the Images Getting Warped
Wearable screens could be more practical, thanks to a new display technology that prevents image distortion.
Andrew Liszewski
gizmodo
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New chip standard could pave the way for LEGO-like PCs
Remember how AMD and Intel co-created the "Kaby Lake G" chip? UCIe would theoretically allow virtually any chip company to do the same.
Mark Hachman
pcworld
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New Qualcomm chips tease CD-quality audio for your earbuds and faster 5G
Tech that improves audio quality over Bluetooth and an AI-enhanced 5G modem are on the way
Allison Johnson
theverge
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Intel’s newest laptop chips power a fresh generation of affordable notebooks
Intel still dominates the notebook PC market, though AMD is coming on strong.
Mark Hachman
pcworld
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Nvidia won’t buy Arm: The biggest chip deal in history just got scrapped
Regulatory concerns killed the deal, Arm and Nvidia say.
Mark Hachman
pcworld