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This mysterious AI-powered device might be Apple’s most exciting new release of 2024

Fans of the Apple TV hardware still have to wait for an upgrade, and if you think you’re getting a TV box that can support Apple Intelligence, you might want to prepare for a potential letdown. While rumors say Apple is going to release an Apple TV model this year, one that could always rock…

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Future iPad lineup leaks, revealing iPad mini with AI and M5 iPad Pro

After unveiling the M4 iPad Pro and M2 iPad Air in May, it seems Apple has even more tablets to introduce in the coming months. X users AppleDBdev and Aaronp613 discovered several identifiers for unreleased models, including some that Apple scrapped along the way.According to the developers, Apple is currently working on all-new iPad models…

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Intel Arrow Lake leak suggests overclocking is exclusive to the most expensive Z890 motherboards

A new leak has surfaced for Intel’s incoming Arrow Lake desktop processors that puts forward the notion that overclocking will only be officially supported on the highest-end (Z890) motherboards. As spotted by Videocardz, some purported specs for the Intel 800 series of motherboards have surfaced on X courtesy of @jaykihn.Intel 800 Series Chipset Specifications.Preliminary, but I…

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iOS 18 gives the iPhone Contacts app the redesign and security it always needed

iOS 18 adds important features to the iPhone. Besides revamping the Home Screen, Lock Screen, and Control Center, Apple is about to bring its Intelligence platform to iPhone 15 Pro users. However, one of the top changes available on iOS 18 could probably pass unnoticed by many users: The iPhone Contacts app makeover.While it might…

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The Enermax PlatiGemini 1200W ATX 3.1 + ATX12VO PSU Review: The Swiss Army Knife

In the retail PC PSU space, most of the focus on new standards and their capabilities in the past couple of years has been on ATX 3.0 and it’s quick follow-up successor, ATX 3.1. And while the revised ATX standard is certainly the most important new standard for the rank-and-file PC builder, it’s not the…

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Battlemage GPUs sighted: Intel could have a pair of next-gen graphics cards to shake up the budget market

Intel might have a pair of Battlemage GPUs ready to tempt gamers away from AMD or Nvidia at the lower-end of the market, a new leak would have us believe.Going by shipping manifests uncovered by hardware leaker Harukaze5719 on X, Battlemage X2 and X3 graphics cards are incoming.BMG X2BMG X3https://t.co/O5v3Tl1Wno pic.twitter.com/lr8uD3bCCzJune 29, 2024These will have…

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Noctua Launches New Flagship Cooler: NH-D15 G2 with LGA1851 CPUs Support

On Tuesday, Noctua introduced its second-generation NH-D15 cooler, which offers refined performance and formally supports Intel’s next-generation Arrow Lake-S processors in LGA1851 packaging. Alongside its NH-D15 G2 CPU cooler, Noctua also introduced its NF-A14x25r G2 140mm fans.  The Noctua NH-D15 G2 is an enhanced version of the popular NH-D15 cooler with eight heat pipes, two asymmetrical…

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AI and outsourcing: What’s the future for relationships and contracts? (Part two)

What follows is based on our combined experience of around 52 years of legal advice to the IT and outsourcing industries, and how we’ve seen outsourcing relationships and agreements develop to accommodate waves of new IT infrastructure, technologies, systems, applications and business processes. We look broadly at the key areas of focus for customers within…

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AMD’s new FSR 3.1 loses first round fight to Nvidia DLSS in battle of the frame rate boosters

AMD’s FSR 3.1 only launched last week, on June 27, with support for a handful of games to begin with, but already some fresh testing has revealed that DLSS 3.7, the latest take on Nvidia’s rival upscaling solution, is still miles ahead with its image quality.Digital Foundry’s testing also showed off how FSR 3.1’s frame…

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Leaked Intel Arrow Lake benchmark hints at a seriously promising mid-range CPU

A leak has surfaced showing what’s purportedly an Intel Arrow Lake processor which is 20% faster than Team Blue’s current top 14th-gen Core i9 CPU for single-thread performance.As posted on the Tieba Baidu forums (spotted by Wccftech), the unnamed processor is supposedly an Intel Core Ultra 200 CPU (add your own seasoning, and plenty of…

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