Tag: computing

Snapdragon X Elite hype builds as Qualcomm shows off Apple M3-beating CPU that can handle laptop gaming nicely

Qualcomm continues to keep itself busy building up expectations for the incoming Snapdragon X Elite processor, and some freshly revealed hands-on experiences certainly add fuel to this particular fire. Our sister site Tom’s Hardware got the chance to try out a bunch of laptops that have the new ARM-based chip,…

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Intel Core Ultra 5 234V CPU leaked – our first glimpse of next-gen Lunar Lake laptop chips

One of Intel’s Lunar Lake processors, which are very promising power-efficient next-gen chips for laptops, has just been spotted and it’s seemingly part of the Core Ultra 200 family. This comes courtesy of a leak on X (formerly Twitter), highlighted by VideoCardz and posted by @miktdt (a leaker who has…

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TeamGroup announces the ideal microSD card for the Steam Deck – but whether we’ll see it is another matter

Memory and storage manufacturer TeamGroup has announced a new microSD card that might just be the best microSD card for the Steam Deck – when it’s available, that is. The TeamGroup T-Create Expert S.M.A.R.T. MicroSDXC memory card has a 2TB capacity, and while it’s designed more for the creative community,…

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New Android 15 feature could turn your smartphone into a desktop computer

Did you know that Android OS has had a desktop mode similar to Samsung Dex for the past five years or so? It’s true. The mode first came out back in 2019 on Android 10.  It allowed you to connect your smartphone to a monitor, mouse, and keyboard setup turning…

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Quordle today – hints and answers for Friday, April 5 (game #802)

Quordle needs to be approached in a different way to Wordle. With four puzzles to solve in nine guesses, you can’t blindly throw letters at it and expect to win – you’ll stand a far better chance if you think strategically. That’s the case in Wordle too, of course, but…

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The new Razer Blade 18 just went on sale, but only those with deep pockets will be able to swing this one

The new Razer Blade 18, first announced at CES 2024, is now on sale for gamers, enthusiasts, and content creators with enough bank to afford its premium pricing. Available now starting at $3,099.99/£3,199.99/AU$5,999, all configurations come with an Intel Core i9-14900HX processor, currently the fastest mobile processor in the world,…

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