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House Fire Destroyed Subscriber's Gaming PC, We're Fixing It - [briefly]
04:36 PM EST - Jan,28 2023 - post a comment

Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut thermal paste (on Amazon - https://geni.us/JMVNtOE ) & Hydronaut for water cooling (Amazon - https://geni.us/Fsray ) In this video, we deep clean and repair a gaming PC that went through a house fire. The question is whether or not it survived, and we're going to do our best to recover it and bring it back to a pristine state. This gaming PC is from a viewer, and regardless of whether or not we can recover it for him, we're going to make sure he at least has a gaming PC to take his mind off the difficult times. This is beyond the usual "deep clean" of dust in coolers and GPUs -- we're cleaning soot, ash, rust, and more from this computer.

Samsung SSDs Are Dying!? - [hardware]
08:06 AM EST - Jan,28 2023 - post a comment

This is bad news, because Samsung has the best SSDs (albeit expensive) in terms of write and read speed, great LPDDR cache, great SLC cache.

This is a computer! - Check Out the Pantera Pico PC - [hardware]
07:58 AM EST - Jan,28 2023 - post a comment

Check Out the Pantera Pico PC

Living Alone in the Wild Siberian Forest for 20 years (-71deg Celsia) - [briefly]
06:22 PM EST - Jan,27 2023 - post a comment

This is a story of Samuil. For the past 20 years, Samuil has chosen to live far away from civilization, together with bears and wolves, in one of the harshest environments on Earth.

The Cost of a PC Gaming Setup in 2023 - [gaming]
06:06 PM EST - Jan,27 2023 - post a comment

This is a good build at a good price.


Samsung's New Flagship Phones Coming Next Week - [mobile]
05:50 PM EST - Jan,27 2023 - post a comment

Samsung will hold its next Unpacked event next week, on February 1st. The winter Unpacked is usually when the company reveals its next flagship phones, expected to be the Galaxy S23 series. Samsung is offering a $50 store credit to people who place a reservation for a pre-order before February 1st. The credit is toward any additional purchase when placing the pre-order for a phone, not a discount on the phone itself. Samsung will live-stream the event at 10am PT on Wednesday.

Desperate kangaroo and unknown object :-) - [off-topic]
04:42 PM EST - Jan,27 2023 - post a comment

I'm not convinced kangaroos are real :-D

We Have a Ghost | Official Trailer | Netflix - [off-topic]
12:36 PM EST - Jan,26 2023 - post a comment

Finding a ghost named Ernest haunting their new home turns Kevin's family into overnight social media sensations. But when Kevin and Ernest go rogue to investigate the mystery of Ernest's past, they become a target of the CIA.

It's Not AMD's Drivers, RTX 4060 Ti Rumors, MSI Afterburner Follow-U - [hardware]
10:20 AM EST - Jan,26 2023 - post a comment

Hardware news this week talks about the AMD "driver" issue that wasn't, RTX 4060 Ti rumors, MSI's Afterburner non-payment issues and follow-up, new Alphacool cooling solutions, and Stadia's final days.


Her intelligence is evolving terrifyingly!! Watch how Sophia the robot - [technology]
10:19 AM EST - Jan,26 2023 - post a comment

Check it out!

CPU & GPU Scaling Benchmark, Ryzen 5 7600 vs. Ryzen 5 5600: Is Zen 4 W - [hardware]
05:57 PM EST - Jan,24 2023 - post a comment

CPU & GPU Scaling Benchmark, Ryzen 5 7600 vs. Ryzen 5 5600: Is Zen 4 Worth It?

NVIDIA GeForce 528.24 WHQL driver - [gaming]
10:06 AM EST - Jan,24 2023 - post a comment

NVIDIA today released the latest version of its GeForce Game Ready drivers. Version 528.24 WHQL introduces optimization for DLSS 3 support on "Hitman 3," "Marvel's Midnight Suns," and "Deliver us Mars." The drivers add day-zero optimization for "Dead Space" (2023 remake) and "Forspoken." Among the issues fixed with this release include stability improvements with Adobe Photoshop Pro, Photoshop, and Lightroom; Photoshop 24.1 instability with GeForce 528.02 when using GeForce Experience; ProRes RAW files appearing completely black in previews in Adobe Premiere Pro; transparent windows appearing opaque in Autodesk Alias; and OctaneBench 2020 failing intermittently due to renderer failure.

NVIDIA GeForce 528.24 WHQL Driver Release Notes

Game Ready

This new Game Ready Driver provides the best day-0 gaming experience for the latest new games supporting NVIDIA DLSS 3 technology including Marvel's Midnight Suns, Hitman 3, and Deliver Us Mars. Additionally, this Game Ready Driver supports the launch

Fixed Issues

  • Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, and Lightroom instability with 528.02
  • Adobe Photoshop 24.1 application instability with 528.02 when using GeForce Experience
  • [Adobe Premiere Pro] ProRes RAW files appear completely black when previewing
  • Autodesk Alias: Expected transparent window appears opaque
  • OctaneBench 2020 fails intermittently due to render engine failure

Audi Digital Matrix LED real-life test at night on highway, roads - [briefly]
04:18 PM EST - Jan,23 2023 - post a comment

Audi A8/ S8 and Audi Q8 e-tron S can be equipped with Audi Matrix LED - Audi Digital Matrix Light. By default, the light switch is set to Automatic and the high beams are on every time when it is possible. The system is switched on outside of urban areas (or - it depends on the country law - when there is no street lights) at speeds of 30 km/h (18.6 mph) and above. As soon as the camera on the windshield detects other vehicles or city limits, the controller switches off individual points of light or dims them in over a dozen stages, creating several possible light patterns. The Digital Matrix LED light masks out other vehicles while continuing to fully illuminate the zones between and adjacent to them. Digital Matrix LED headlights use DMD technology (digital micromirror device). Each headlight has approximately 1.3 million micromirrors that break down the light of a particularly powerful LED into tiny pixels. The lane and orientation lighting emits a carpet of light that illuminates the driver's own lane particularly brightly. Check real-life test and review of Audi A8 and Q8 e-tron Digital Matrix LED.

Malware in Google Ads: Fake OBS, VLC, Notepad++ - [security]
05:21 PM EST - Jan,22 2023 - post a comment

Malware ads in Google search for OBS, VLC, Notepad++ and other popular apps that lead to infostealers that can hack all your online accounts! This video contains an in-depth analysis as well as a technique to break down such malware.

The First Trailer For M3GAN 2.0 Is Already Here! - [briefly]
04:43 PM EST - Jan,22 2023 - post a comment

Aubrey Plaza, Chloe Fineman and Allison Williams all star in the (fictional) trailer for "M3GAN 2.0" set in a gay night club.

I HATE Batteries! - Converting Wireless to Wired - [briefly]
04:39 PM EST - Jan,22 2023 - post a comment

I seem to be alone in my belief that batteries suck. Why are we adding more of these inconvenient, polluting monsters to our homes when good old fashioned wall power is there for us? In this video I'll be exploring how to convert a battery powered smart home sensor to wall power for a total price of about 5 bucks.

iOS 16.3 RC is Out! - What's New? - [briefly]
04:25 AM EST - Jan,22 2023 - post a comment

iOS 16.3 RC released to developers and iOS 16.3 Release Candidate to Public Beta testers. In this video we go over iOS 16.3 RC or GM and iOS 16.3 new features, change and updates with New Security Key support for Apple ID, New HomePod 2 support, fixes for iPhone 14 Pro Display issues, Siri and more. We also cover battery life, performance and more of the latest beta of iOS 16.3 RC. We also expect iOS 16.3 to release next week iPadOS 16.2 and macOS 13.1 Ventura. Apple also released iPadOS 16.3 RC, tvOS 16.3 RC and HomePod OS 16.3 RC, and watchOS 9.3 RC. In this video we cover iOS 16.3 Features using iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 12, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPad Pro 12.9, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. We also talk about when to expect iOS 16.4 Betas. Apple also released new AirPods Pro, AirPods 3 and AirPods Max Firmware updates

Windows Doesn't Suck! Microsoft Just Wants You To Think So... - [software]
04:21 PM EST - Jan,21 2023 - post a comment

Everyone who uses a computer uses Windows at least sometimes. But how many Windows features are they using? There's more to the operating system than you might think, even if you've used it a lot!

HERE is what we found, 150 hours of testing - AMD 6000 Series - [hardware]
06:15 AM EST - Jan,21 2023 - post a comment

In the last video from German GPU repair service a sudden spike of Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards was reported. There was nothing extraordinary about these cards that would explain why they were all failing after just a couple of days after purchase. This is why Kris made the first video to learn more from the community. After a short survey among affected customers KrisFix determined that it was likely not the type of workload that broke the cards, as every customer was using the card differently. However, what they had in common was the drivers. Each of the cards was using the same latest version available at the time. The long story short is that it was not the driver after all. As it turns out, the graphics cards that were sent over to KrisFix also had one other thing in common that was previously not mentioned. Many of these cards were sold by the same seller, with a strong suspicion that these cards were previously used for cryptomining.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra - Check This Out - [mobile]
05:30 AM EST - Jan,21 2023 - post a comment

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will be unveiled at the Unpacked event scheduled to take place on the 1st of February. Samsung is expected to keep the price the same for the Galaxy S23 Ultra even with some significant upgrades. We also have the camera sample of the Galaxy S23 Ultra that shows its camera prowess.

Core i5-13500 Review, Intel's New $250 Mid-Range Weapon - [hardware]
05:15 AM EST - Jan,21 2023 - post a comment

The i5-13500 is basically a i9-12900 with two deactivated P-cores and slightly lower clock speeds. It's even using the same chip (ADL-C0) as the 12th Gen i9 CPUs. It's not so much a "downgrade" in cache, as it's simply based on a last-gen Alder Lake chip, so it never got the "upgrade" to begin with.

The Last of Us | EPISODE 2 NEW TRAILER - [off-topic]
04:21 AM EST - Jan,21 2023 - post a comment

The Last of Us episode 2, titled Infected, will be released on 22nd January at 2am GMT. The episode will also be available on Sky Atlantic and NOW in the UK, and will air on HBO in the US.

What else is an M.2 WiFi slot good for? - [briefly]
03:28 AM EST - Jan,21 2023 - post a comment

Yeah it's pretty handy when you have limited options!

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 - OMG, FINALLY - [mobile]
05:28 PM EST - Jan,19 2023 - post a comment

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 will finally fix a huge design flaw of the Samsung foldable smartphone. Samsung will use a water-drop style hinge mechanism on Galaxy Z Fold 5 which will reduce the appearance of crease for a seamless display look. Samsung will launch the Galaxy Z Fold 5 at the Unpacked event in August.

Boston Dynamics Atlas shows off a new set of skills - [technology]
04:47 PM EST - Jan,19 2023 - post a comment

Ahead of the next inevitable round of herp de derp "Skynet iz here" hot takes on social media, Boston Dynamics showed off more of its Atlas robot's stunning agility and dexterity in a new demo video Wednesday morning. This time, the humanoid machine had to deliver a tool bag to the top of some scaffolding using only its roboparkour powers.

A Rock Climber And Strongman Test Each Other's Grip Strength - [off-topic]
06:06 PM EST - Jan,18 2023 - post a comment

Super climber Magnus Midtbr and strongman Norwegianhulk faced off in a grip strength battle in the the gym.

CES 2023 - New Tech That You Can Actually Buy! - [briefly]
12:53 PM EST - Jan,18 2023 - post a comment

This video features some of my favorite electronics that you'll actually be able to buy this year (no prototypes!). Featuring: Samsung, Sony, LG, Lenovo, Qualcomm, HyperX, Kingston, and more.

I Got This MYSTERY Motherboard From Reddit - [hardware]
04:18 PM EST - Jan,17 2023 - post a comment

Instead of the trash, this confusing engineering sample motherboard found its way to China, then Reddit, and now our office! Let's take a look at what it offers... and learn why AMD cancelled it!

The Last of Us | Inside the Episode - 1 | HBO Max - [briefly]
06:06 PM EST - Jan,16 2023 - post a comment

Series stars Pedro Pascal (Joel) and Bella Ramsey (Ellie), executive producers Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann, and more detail the emotionally charged beginnings of the end of modern civilization in The Last of Us. New episodes, Sundays at 9PM.

The Final Days of EVGA's GPU Division: Building the Last Video Card - [briefly]
02:30 AM EST - Jan,16 2023 - post a comment

This video documents the behind-the-scenes of the EVGA GPU division. The company has exited manufacturing video cards, but for now, the crew remains at EVGA working on final projects and supporting customers. We were given the unique and privileged opportunity to tour EVGA's repair center, film processes previously secret, and show the teamwork that went into building EVGA. We were originally just going to do a tour of the repair center, but it wasn't until we had a reason -- the tragic loss of EVGA's last cards capable of world records -- that we realized the story underneath. This morphed from being a simple tour to being a deeper piece outlining the relationships of the people at EVGA, the teamwork that went in at every individual's level to make a good product, and the contributions made across all departments of the company. We learned first-hand how relatively few people made EVGA tick, and all because each is an expert in their field. We felt a great sense of responsibility to document how the team worked together, if only for their own future nostalgia, and we're happy you're along for the ride. We gave as many people the spotlight as we could for this one, from the OC team to the repair team. We spent 5-figures and a month working on this video, so please share and support if you can!

Google Chrome Security Vulnerability Could Lead To Crypto Wallet Steal - [security]
11:17 AM EST - Jan,15 2023 - post a comment

Imperva's cybersecurity specialists discovered a problem with how the roughly 2.5 billion users of Chrome and Chromium-based browsers interacted with file systems, more specifically, how browsers handle symlinks.

The vulnerability allows hackers to steal sensitive user files, such as login credentials and cryptocurrency wallet codes. The vulnerability is caused by a malfunction in the Chromium browser's symlink processing.

According to Imperva, symlinks (also known as symbolic links) are files that point from a web browser to other files, known as directories.

This allows Chromium to treat connected files or directories as if they belonged to the file address itself. The researchers found that the browser failed to check correctly to see if the symlink was referring to a location intended to be inaccessible, which means that if these files aren't handled properly, they potentially present vulnerabilities. A threat actor could construct a phony cryptocurrency wallet and a website that would ask users to obtain their recovery keys in order to launch an attack. A genuine symlink to a private file or folder on the user's computer would be contained in the downloaded file. It's possible that the file contains cloud provider login information or anything similar. Experts have found that the Chromium browser does not determine whether the address of the file that the symlink navigates to is allowed to be accessed. The worst case scenario is that the victim would be utterly unaware that their private information has been hacked.

This vulnerability has a tracking code of CVE-2022-3656. This has been fixed by Google in the Chrome 108 update.

The Last Of Us Episode 1 Release Date - [briefly]
02:15 AM EST - Jan,15 2023 - post a comment

The much-awaited live-action adaptation of Naughty Dog's legendary video game series, The Last of Us, is finally close to its official release. Created by Neil Druckmann and Craig Mazin, the TV show will feature Pedro Pascal as Joel, and Bella Ramsey - the actress who won our hearts with her role in Game of Thrones as Lyanna Mormont - will play Ellie. Episode 1 of The Last of Us is scheduled to release worldwide on Sunday, January 15th, 2023 at 6 PM PT (Pacific Time). The TV show will be available for streaming exclusively on HBO Max, but the episode's release timing will vary depending on your region. Regardless, if you can't wait to experience Pedro Pascal's performance as Joel, follow this regional release schedule for Episode 1:

Pacific Timing: 6 PM PT (Sunday, January 15th)
Central Timing: 8 PM CT (Sunday, January 15th)
Eastern Timing: 9 PM ET (Sunday, January 15th)
British Timing: 2 AM GMT (Monday, January 16th)
Indian Timing: 7:30 AM IST (Monday, January 16th)
Australian Timing: 12 PM AEST (Monday, January 16th)


Unfortunately, HBO Max isn't available in many regions outside of the US, so international fans will have to watch the show on other platforms. Fans in the UK, for instance, can stream the episodes on Sky Atlantic and NOW streaming services. Indian fans, however, will get The Last of Us TV show on Disney+ Hotstar.

The showrunners confirmed that Season 1 of The Last of Us would run for a total of nine episodes. HBO will follow a weekly release schedule for the series, and the season will come to an end with the release of the final episode on March 12th, 2023.

Interestingly, the first episode, titled "When you're lost in the darkness," will feature a runtime of 85 minutes. Fans who've played the game know that the first episode will show Joel's origin, and we may even get to see Joel meeting Ellie in Episode 1 itself. So, it makes sense for the episode to flex a longer runtime than the rest of the episodes in the season.

I Used Stolen Software to Make a DIY Xbox - [briefly]
01:33 PM EST - Jan,14 2023 - post a comment

A glimpse into the past of Xbox game development with the Xbox Alpha I development kit. The craziest part? You can build one yourself! (sort of) AND IT CAN EVEN PLAY GAMES (maybe). Oh, and we mistake CES 2001 for E3 2001, but really, who hasn't made that mistake before?

Shitcoins: South Korean Toilet Turns Poop into Cryptocurrency - [briefly]
02:31 AM EST - Jan,14 2023 - post a comment

Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology's Cho Jae-weon is an urban and environmental engineering professor. He has cooked up an eco-friendly toilet. But not only that. Cho's loo is connected to a lab that uses poop to produce biogas and fertilizer.

The toilet uses a vacuum function to spirit away the poop into an underground tank, skipping the use of bucketloads of water. In said tank, specially inserted microorganisms break down the poop and turn it into methane. The methane is then used as energy for the building. So far it has been used to power a gas stove, heat water and it powers a solid oxide fuel cell. "If we think out of the box, faeces has precious value to make energy and manure. I have put this value into ecological circulation," Cho said.

While some commentators think it isn't worth it unless it works at scale, there's no reason why humans can't build this into a massive thing. If a person poops around 500 grams of the good stuff daily, then the result is 50 litres of methane gas, generating 0.5kWh of power. This will power a car for 1.2km, or 0.75 miles. Realising that means that the more people poop in your toilet, the more energy you will have, public spaces like gyms and restaurants will do well to convince humans to come and spend time in the smallest rooms in the building. Professor Cho has developed a cryptocurrency called Ggool (it translates as honey) to entice people to poop where it will be put to good use. Every person who donates a poop in the special throne earns 10 Ggool. Already, the Ggool can be used to buy stuff. Students at the university can buy things like coffee, noodles and books on campus.

Equipment Expert's Guide to Petty and Utility Knives - [briefly]
11:17 AM EST - Jan,13 2023 - post a comment

With a blade that's halfway between that of a chef's knife and that of a paring knife, a petty knife or utility knife is the perfect blade for medium-size kitchen prep tasks. Which is best?

I can't believe they let us touch these - Samsung Galaxy Flex G - [briefly]
07:41 AM EST - Jan,13 2023 - post a comment

That flex note one REALLY got me interested.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra - THIS IS AWESOME - [mobile]
05:14 PM EST - Jan,12 2023 - post a comment

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will see some significant upgrades in camera, performance, and battery life. But the Galaxy S23 Ultra will also see a noticeable improvement in audio quality as well thereby improving the multimedia experience. Samsung will launch the Galaxy S23 Ultra on the 1st day of February.

Windows Vienna is FINALLY Complete! - [briefly]
11:19 AM EST - Jan,12 2023 - post a comment

After nearly 5 years of development, Windows Vienna has finally been completed! From originally being a basic concept, it is now finally Windows OS is its own right! (Well...kinda.) It's a custom Windows Vista mod with an alternate visual style and shell with different wallpapers, icons, sample media, gadgets, and the list goes on. It's been fun creating Windows Vienna over the years however, I'm glad that Windows Vienna has come to be what it is today!

Samsung Galaxy S23 Expected to Launch at Feb. 1 Event - [mobile]
05:56 PM EST - Jan,11 2023 - post a comment

Samsung's Galaxy S23 is expected to be the focus of the phone maker's next Unpacked event, which the company just announced will take place on Feb. 1. This year, a new lineup would compete directly with Apple's iPhone 14 and Google's Pixel 7. Samsung didn't provide details Tuesday about what to expect from the event, which will be held in person in San Francisco and also broadcast online. But the company typically releases new Galaxy S phones during the first quarter, including the Galaxy S22 last year. The announcement also follows leaks, such as this report from Korean newspaper JoongAng Daily that suggested an early February debut for the Galaxy S23. If Samsung follows its previous pattern, we can expect to see three versions of its new phone: the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra. Samsung's invitation includes an image of three spotlights ranging in size from small to medium to large, possibly hinting as much.

Xiaomi 13 Pro Vs iPhone 14 Pro Camera Comparison - [mobile]
03:55 PM EST - Jan,11 2023 - post a comment

Xiaomi 13 Pro Vs iPhone 14 Pro Max Camera Comparison. Side-by-side comparison including front and rear video 4k40, 4k60, ultrawide and zoom cameras, portrait shots, low light, and audio quality.


Short overview of recent news articles

House Fire Destroyed Subscriber's Gaming PC, We're Fixing It (Jan,28 2023 )

Samsung SSDs Are Dying!? (Jan,28 2023 )

This is a computer! - Check Out the Pantera Pico PC (Jan,28 2023 )

Living Alone in the Wild Siberian Forest for 20 years (-71deg (Jan,27 2023 )

The Cost of a PC Gaming Setup in 2023 (Jan,27 2023 )

Samsung's New Flagship Phones Coming Next Week (Jan,27 2023 )

Desperate kangaroo and unknown object :-) (Jan,27 2023 )

We Have a Ghost | Official Trailer | Netflix (Jan,26 2023 )

It's Not AMD's Drivers, RTX 4060 Ti Rumors, MSI Afterburner (Jan,26 2023 )

Her intelligence is evolving terrifyingly!! Watch how Sophia the (Jan,26 2023 )

CPU & GPU Scaling Benchmark, Ryzen 5 7600 vs. Ryzen 5 5600: Is Zen 4 (Jan,24 2023 )

NVIDIA GeForce 528.24 WHQL driver (Jan,24 2023 )

Audi Digital Matrix LED real-life test at night on highway, roads (Jan,23 2023 )

Malware in Google Ads: Fake OBS, VLC, Notepad++ (Jan,22 2023 )

The First Trailer For M3GAN 2.0 Is Already Here! (Jan,22 2023 )

I HATE Batteries! - Converting Wireless to Wired (Jan,22 2023 )

iOS 16.3 RC is Out! - What's New? (Jan,22 2023 )

Windows Doesn't Suck! Microsoft Just Wants You To Think So... (Jan,21 2023 )

HERE is what we found, 150 hours of testing - AMD 6000 Series (Jan,21 2023 )

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra - Check This Out (Jan,21 2023 )

Core i5-13500 Review, Intel's New $250 Mid-Range Weapon (Jan,21 2023 )

The Last of Us | EPISODE 2 NEW TRAILER (Jan,21 2023 )

What else is an M.2 WiFi slot good for? (Jan,21 2023 )

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 - OMG, FINALLY (Jan,19 2023 )

Boston Dynamics Atlas shows off a new set of skills (Jan,19 2023 )

A Rock Climber And Strongman Test Each Other's Grip Strength (Jan,18 2023 )

CES 2023 - New Tech That You Can Actually Buy! (Jan,18 2023 )

I Got This MYSTERY Motherboard From Reddit (Jan,17 2023 )

The Last of Us | Inside the Episode - 1 | HBO Max (Jan,16 2023 )

The Final Days of EVGA's GPU Division: Building the Last Video Card (Jan,16 2023 )

Google Chrome Security Vulnerability Could Lead To Crypto Wallet (Jan,15 2023 )

The Last Of Us Episode 1 Release Date (Jan,15 2023 )

I Used Stolen Software to Make a DIY Xbox (Jan,14 2023 )

Shitcoins: South Korean Toilet Turns Poop into Cryptocurrency (Jan,14 2023 )

Equipment Expert's Guide to Petty and Utility Knives (Jan,13 2023 )

I can't believe they let us touch these - Samsung Galaxy Flex G (Jan,13 2023 )

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra - THIS IS AWESOME (Jan,12 2023 )

Windows Vienna is FINALLY Complete! (Jan,12 2023 )

Samsung Galaxy S23 Expected to Launch at Feb. 1 Event (Jan,11 2023 )

Xiaomi 13 Pro Vs iPhone 14 Pro Camera Comparison (Jan,11 2023 )

Neuroscientist Answers Illusion Questions From Twitter (Jan,11 2023 )

Pamela, a love story | Official Trailer | Netflix (Jan,11 2023 )

Leak reveals when iPhone could get under-display Face ID (Jan,11 2023 )

Final Windows 7 (KB5022338) and Windows 8.1 (KB5022352) Patch (Jan,11 2023 )

YOU Get a Supercomputer! (Jan,11 2023 )

Time To Buy Zen 4? - AMD Ryzen 5 7600, Ryzen 7 7700 & Ryzen 9 7900 (Jan,10 2023 )

LINUX MINT 21.1 Vera is WINDOWS, and I'm fine with that! (Jan,10 2023 )

NVIDIA's Rip-Off - RTX 4070 Ti Review & Benchmarks (Jan,09 2023 )

JUNG_E | Official Trailer | Netflix (Jan,09 2023 )

This Could be the New Air Cooling Champion! (Jan,09 2023 )

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