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Asus’ new ROG gaming laptops have MOBA and FPS keyboard layouts

Asus’ new ROG gaming laptops have MOBA and FPS keyboard layouts

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Asus has announced a pair of new ROG gaming laptops that are basically the same thing tweaked for players of two different genres. The Strix Scar II is aimed at FPS players, while the Strik Hero II targets MOBA fans; what this means in practice is that the former has white WASD keys, and the […]

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The Asus ROG Phone has a 90Hz screen, vapor cooling, and a plethora of gaming accessories

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This is the latest, zaniest attempt at making gaming phones happen Continue reading…

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The AnandTech Podcast, Episode 47: Intel Goes Super Premium Optane

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Today at Intel’s Data Center Memory Summit, the new ‘Apache Pass’ Optane memory DIMMs were announced, with capacities from 128 GB to 512 GB. This new 3D XPoint type of memory is focused on allowing persistent memory support on servers and will be available with the next generation of Xeon Scalable processors (which Intel has […]

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How to watch today’s Apple WWDC keynote

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WWDC 2018 is finally here, and Apple will be taking the stage at the San Jose Convention Center later this morning to kick things off with its big keynote address, presumably to present updates on the future of iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and the rest of the software that drives all of Apple’s products. Keep […]

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ASUS ROG Press Event at Computex 2018 (6:30pm Taiwan, 10:30am UTC)

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ASUS’ Press Event. For Those Who Dare, apparently. We’ve got some tasty news lined up, and we’re coving the press event with a Live Blog.

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Nvidia launches AI computer to give autonomous robots better brains

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Chip maker Nvidia has been an integral part of the recent AI renaissance, providing the processors that power much of the field’s research and development. Now, it’s looking to the future, and at Computex 2018 unveiled two new products: Nvidia Isaac and the Jetson Xavier; respectively a new developer platform and AI computer, both built […]

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In the shadow of Apple’s WWDC, the PC industry looks to rediscover its relevance

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Computex has always been the Wintel show. Before the age of Android-running, Qualcomm-powered smartphones, the dominant software-hardware combo in the world of personal computing was that of Microsoft’s Windows OS and Intel’s CPUs. But now Microsoft is preparing for a post-Windows future and Intel is scrambling to figure out what else it can do beside […]

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Computex 2018 NVIDIA Live Blog (1pm TW, 5am UTC)

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We’re here at NVIDIA for our first Live Blog of Computex. Event starts in a few minutes.

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The white OnePlus 6 will be available this Tuesday

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The first limited edition color of the OnePlus 6 will be available for sale starting this Tuesday, June 5th, at 10AM ET. The Soft White OnePlus 6 features a pearlescent matte white finish, as opposed to the glossy black or matte black surfaces of OnePlus’ other color options. It also has a rose gold metal […]

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Watch SpaceX launch a communications satellite tonight

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Just two weeks after it successfully launched a batch of satellites into orbit, SpaceX is slated to send another Falcon 9 into space. The company will launch a SES-12 communications satellite from Cape Canaveral in Florida, with its launch window beginning at 12:29 AM EDT on Monday morning. The satellite in question is from SES, […]

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