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Computing, Hardware

CPU and GPU Availability and Pricing Update: June 2021

June 18, 2021

Via: TechSpot

Here’s our monthly update on the computer hardware market to see what the current trends are for CPU and GPU pricing. The situation of terrible availability and high prices continue, but let’s hope we have some good news to share […]


Computing, Operating Systems

Windows 11 SE could take cues from the worst version of Windows 10

June 17, 2021

Via: Techradar

Windows 11 SE is apparently a pared-down version of the next incarnation of Windows 10, according to fresh findings in the leaked build of what will purportedly be Microsoft’s successor OS (which was spilled earlier this week). The Windows 11 […]


Computing, Software & Applications

How to use Razor View Engine in ASP.NET Core MVC

June 16, 2021

Via: Info World

The ASPX View Engine is the legacy view engine built into ASP.NET MVC from its initial days. The Razor View Engine is more advanced and is now the default view engine of ASP.NET Core MVC. This article compares these two […]


Computing, Hardware

AMD launches Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Edition with a performance bump

June 16, 2021

Via: The Verge

AMD is launching a new variant of its Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics card that is liquid cooled. This extra cooling allows the card to run at higher clock speeds, delivering better performance in games. Videocardz reports that the Radeon […]


Computing, Operating Systems

Microsoft admits Windows 10 taskbar bug, and is working on a fix

June 16, 2021

Via: Techradar

Windows 10 has an issue with the taskbar, Microsoft has admitted, while letting affected users know that a solution is in the works. If you’ve been following the news on Windows 10 problems of late, you’ll recall this one popping […]


Computing, Hardware

Razer finally launches an AMD-powered Blade laptop

June 15, 2021

Via: TechSpot

AMD’s resurgence in the desktop space has arguably been more impactful than its mobile offerings, and that’s largely because laptop OEMs have been rather slow to adopt the platform. Nevertheless, the new Razer Blade 14 appears to be a solid […]


Computing, Hardware

DDR5 predicted to hold more market share than DDR4 by 2023

June 15, 2021

Via: TechSpot

According to market research/analyst/consulting firm Yolle Developpement (via Tom’s Hardware), the server and enterprise markets will be behind a 25% increase in DDR5 adoption in 2022. A year later, it will become the dominant memory in mainstream PCs, laptops, phones, […]


Computing, Hardware

Dell XPS 13 OLED review: more pixels, more money

June 14, 2021

Via: The Verge

If you’ve been waiting for a 13-inch laptop with the best display technology out there, Dell now has an option for you. Dell has finally released an OLED version of its XPS 13, and I’m typing this review on it […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Microsoft’s OneDrive is becoming a better web app – here’s why it matters

June 14, 2021

Via: Techradar

As users wait to see if Windows 11 is indeed real, Microsoft is working on bringing OneDrive, its popular cloud storage service, as a web app to Edge, Google Chrome and Mozilla’s Firefox browser in July. Web apps have become […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Out of smartphone manufacture, is LG eyeing software sector?

June 10, 2021

Via: Techradar

Now that it has exited smartphone manufacture, is LG Electronics pivoting towards software sector? It is a question that becomes inevitable in the light of the fact that South Korean tech major unveiled a mobile application for pedestrian safety today. […]