Monoprice Dark Matter 42772 Review: Big Color, Contrast and

Nearly every product category in the tech sector has devices that could be considered “entry-level.” For the best gaming monitors, it’s typically a 24 or 25-inch 16:9 flat panel running at 144 Hz with Adaptive-Sync. But what if you want to try a different shape and size, say, an ultra-wide 21:9 curved

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ASRock Z690 Taichi Razer Edition Review: Less Zen, More RGBs

A few months back, we reviewed ASRock’s Z690 Taichi. In that review, we found the Taichi to be a great-looking motherboard with that premium Taichi style. It offers a slew of high-end features, including Thunderbolt 4 Type-C ports, overbuilt power delivery, etc. The Razer Edition adds native integration with the Razer Chroma

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Sapphire Radeon Makes RX 6700 Non-XT 10GB Official (Update)

Update, June 2, 1:42 p.m. ET: Sapphire Technology has published an official product page for the new Sapphire Radeon RX 6700 Non-XT 10GB . It leaked a few hours ago, with some Sapphire data sheet images being widely shared around the internet. 

In the gallery above, you can see a full specifications table for the new Sapphire Pulse card, which

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Taiwan Restricts Russia, Belarus to CPUs Under 25 MHz

From now on, Russian and Belarusian entities can only buy CPUs operating at below 25 MHz and offering performance of up to 5 GFLOPS from Taiwanese companies. This essentially excludes all modern technology, including microcontrollers for more or less sophisticated devices. 

Due to restrictions imposed on exports to Russia by the United States, United Kingdom, and the European Union, leading

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Facebook parent Meta to use Broadcom chips to build

Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc will use Broadcom Inc’s custom chips to build its metaverse hardware, becoming the chipmaker’s next billion-dollar ASIC customer, analysts at J.P. Morgan said on Tuesday.

ASIC (application-specific integrated circuit) chips will drive $2 billion to $2.5 billion in revenue for Broadcom this year, helped by its deals with Meta and partnerships with Alphabet and Microsoft,

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What to expect from iPhone changes, new hardware

Yahoo Finance’s Dan Howley joins the Live show to break down the expectations for Apple at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event.

Video Transcript

BRIAN CHEUNG: Well, Apple’s WWDC kicks off next Tuesday. It’s expected to bring a slew of changes to the software that powers the tech giant’s devices. And of course, Yahoo Finance’s Dan Howley is here

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Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 and 3070 Fastest Climbers in Latest

Steam has published its latest monthly survey data (opens in new tab), gathered from peeking at gamer PCs around the globe. This month we are seeing some of the most substantial increases in figures for the mid-to-high-end GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards. Recent pricing action and improved availability appear to work some magic and inspire some upgrades. Elsewhere

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Windows 11: Should you bypass the hardware block?

If you’re like most PC users, your current computer can’t run Windows 11. Microsoft has placed a line in the hardware sand to ensure that only modern machines with certain specifications that harden security can run Windows 11. 

Well, sort of. The company provides a workaround, as I’ll discuss in a moment. Whether you should take advantage of this loophole

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