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Get ready for Ryan Murphy’s Pose by watching Paris is Burning this weekend

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There are so many streaming options available these days, and so many conflicting recommendations, that it’s hard to see through all the crap you could be watching. Each Friday, The Verge’s Cut the Crap column simplifies the choice by sorting through the overwhelming multitude of movies and TV shows on subscription services, and recommending a […]

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A Thought on Silicon Design: Intel’s LCC on HEDT Should Be Dead

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In the past couple of weeks, we have been re-testing and re-analysing our second generation Ryzen 2000-series review. The extra time and writing, looking at the results and the state of the market, led me down some interesting thoughts, ideas, and concepts, about how the competitive landscape is set to look over the next 12-18 […]

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The best USB-C hub for your new laptop

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The Riotoro Prism Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Review: Making A Strong Debut

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Today we are taking a look at Riotoro’s first mechanical keyboard, the Ghostwriter Prism. The company’s first mechanical keyboard is targeted towards demanding gamers and advanced users, with original Cherry MX Brown RGB mechanical switches, advanced media controls, and extensive programmability options. We check to see whether this new product has what it takes to […]

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Acer Announces AMD Gaming Lineup For Computex 2018

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With Computex getting underway, Acer is announcing a couple of new devices in their gaming lineup which feature AMD processors. Acer’s new Predator Helios 500 is a gaming laptop with Ryzen Mobile and Radeon RX, and they’ve got a couple of gaming desktops as well in the Predator Orion 5000, and the Acer Nitro 50. […]

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Will Apple discuss its MacBook keyboard problems at WWDC?

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It’s not exactly a secret that Apple’s updated MacBook and MacBook Pro have keyboard issues. The butterfly style switches — which Apple first introduced with the 12-inch MacBook in 2015, and then brought over to the MacBook Pro lineup with the 2016 redesign — are famously problematic, with the issue really coming into the spotlight […]

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Walmart launches exclusive personal shopping service that you text

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Walmart continues to battle for internet relevance with the launch of Jetblack, the company’s new personal shopping service that you text. Jetblack is powered by automated bots and real live humans who’ll do their best to fulfill your requests. “Need it. Text it. Get it. Jetblack is the easiest way for busy moms to shop,” […]

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Fortnite is coming to the Nintendo Switch

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Fortnite, the massively popular battle royale shooter, is reportedly coming to Nintendo’s Switch console soon. A leaked list of E3 Nintendo games appeared on 4chan this morning, alongside a Korean game rating for Fornite on Switch. Eurogamer reports that the leaked E3 Nintendo games list is accurate, and to “expect an announcement soon.” Fortnite recently […]

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Microsoft’s Android launcher now lets you track your kid’s location and app usage

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Microsoft is bringing a new location tracking feature to its Android launcher app. Available in preview, the new family tracking feature lets Microsoft Launcher users track the last known location of their family members. The launcher also includes an activity report of what apps are being used on a device and for how long, similar […]

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Lenovo is working on a successor to its weird Yoga Book convertible

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Lenovo seems to be working on a follow-up to the Yoga Book — the company’s 2016 convertible laptop that swapped out a regular keyboard for a configurable, touch-sensitive surface. According to regulatory filings logged at the Bluetooth SIG website (and spotted by Liliputing), the Chinese tech company is developing two new products: one “Lenovo Pen […]

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