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Lian Li Launches Strimer RGB PSU Cable

Lian Li Launches Strimer RGB PSU Cable

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Modern enthusiast-grade PCs can have RGB LEDs in almost all components — from motherboard, to memory modules, to SSDs. Meanwhile, one of the things that is not RGB-lit in a modern enthusiast-class are cables. Lian Li decided to fix that and introduced its RGB-lit Strimer PSU cable at Computex. The Lian Li Strimer is essentially […]

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E3 2018: all the news from the biggest show in gaming

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It’s that time of year again, when the biggest game companies in the world descend on Los Angeles to show off just what they’re working on. In 2018 the focus will be on the runaway success of Fortnite and the Nintendo Switch, but expect plenty of surprises from Sony, Microsoft, and big publishers like EA […]

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Amazon’s Echo Look fashion camera is now available to everyone in the US

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Amazon’s Echo Look camera, which analyzes your clothing style and makes fashionable recommendations through machine learning, can now be purchased by customers in the United States. Until now, the $200 device had been available only through invites. But if you want to buy the so-called “style assistant” camera (which also has full support for Alexa), […]

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Your ears are cockroach heaven and that’s why they keep crawling in there

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The news seems to arrive every few months, sticking in your head like a nightmare that left you drenched in sweat: yet another person found a cockroach in their ear. It happened to a Florida woman just last month: a cockroach crawled inside her ear while she was sleeping, and she lived with the bug […]

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E3 is Nintendo’s e-sports showcase

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To show off the highly anticipated Switch version of Super Smash Bros., Nintendo is holding a competitive tournament at E3 next week — just like it did when the series came to the Wii U in 2014. Whereas many big-name developers are investing huge sums of money in professional leagues, Nintendo is taking a characteristically […]

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EVGA Goes Budget Part 2: H370 Stinger, with 10 PCB Layers

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In light of the B360 Gaming already being shown to us at EVGA’s suite at Computex, cue another interesting surprise in the H370 Stinger. The key headline for this board is that EVGA is jumping onboard with Intel’s Wi-Fi philosophy, using the Intel AC-9560 CRF module and the integrated Wi-Fi in the chipset. Orthogonal to […]

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Acer Nitro 5: gaming on a budget

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A reliable budget gaming laptop, but it’s no e-sports champ Continue reading…

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Intel teases dual-screen concept PCs as rumors of ARM versions heat up

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Intel has been working on dual-screen PCs for two years, and is starting to show off some design concepts at Computex this week. PC World reports that Intel has created prototype devices with both dual displays and electronic paper displays (EPD). A prototype device with the EPD display looks more like a Moleskine notebook than […]

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Microsoft sinks a data center off the Scottish coast

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Microsoft has placed a data center in the Scottish sea to determine whether it can save energy by cooling it in the sea. Data centers typically generate a lot of heat, and big providers try to move them to cooler countries to save on energy bills. Microsoft has been experimenting with subsea data centers for […]

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Watch three astronauts launch to the International Space Station this morning

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This morning, three astronauts are launching inside a Russian Soyuz rocket to the International Space Station, where they’ll stay for the next five and a half months. NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor, Russian cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev, and German astronaut Alexander Gerst of the European Space Agency are all headed to low Earth orbit, launching from the […]

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