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Best TV antennas for cord cutters: Tested for real-world signal strength

Cable and satellite TV subscriptions are becoming ever more expensive, so more and more homes are ditching pay TV in favor of free, over-the-air broadcasts. Digital TV typically provides between 20 and 60 channels depending on where you live, and … Continue reading

TSMC Price Increase Causes Ripple Effect for AMD, Intel, Nvidia

In what is becoming a predictable and somber trend, a new report in Digitimes indicates that prices for almost every type of processor are set to increase in 2022. The culprit is chip-maker TSMC raising wafer prices on its biggest … Continue reading

Samsung Announces Exynos 2200 Chip with AMD-Based Graphics

Samsung left everyone hanging last week when it decided not to announce the new Exynos 2200 chip as planned. Instead, it offered a belated statement that it had to delay the event for business reasons. Now, the Exynos 2200 is … Continue reading

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Ezlo Plus review: A strong smart home hub with minor compatibility issues

At a glance Expert’s Rating Pros Easy to set up Operates either wired or over Wi-Fi No fees or subscriptions required Cons Limited assortment of directly supported devices Response times can be slow No Apple HomeKit support Our Verdict Easy … Continue reading

Intel’s CEO is Wrong About AMD

Intel’s CEO Pat Gelsinger has released a holiday video celebrating his first year at the company. The video mostly thanks employees for a good year but there’s one particular remark that’s drawn a lot of attention. “Alder Lake. All of a … Continue reading

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Welcome to the new TechHive

We’re finally here. After months of planning, TechHive has a clean new look and feel, and we’re excited to show it off. Among other changes, we have a new article template that should load pages much faster; a new navigational … Continue reading

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Nanoleaf discontinues its original Light Panels

After a nearly five-year run, Nanoleaf says it’s finally moving on from its first, aptly named Light Panels, although it’s pledging to support the triangular-shaped lighting panels for the foreseeable future. In a press release, Nanoleaf announced that it is … Continue reading

Microsoft Game Pass Tops 25 Million Subscribers

(Image: Sam Pak/Unsplash)As if Microsoft hasn’t made enough headlines this week, it’s marked a new occasion by reaching 25 million subscribers on its Game Pass subscription service.  The latest subscriber count was found buried in a Securities and Exchange Commission … Continue reading

Nvidia Announces New CPU R&D Effort in Israel

Credit: Nvidia Nvidia has been on quite a spending spree as of late, thanks to the pandemic-related shortages that have resulted in record breaking revenue for the famed GPU company. Not only is it trying to drop a cool $40 … Continue reading

Google Accused of Defrauding Publishers, Advertisers and Pocketing the Revenue

(Photo: Pawel Czerwinski/Unsplash)New details from a pending lawsuit against Google reveals that the company deceived those involved in its advertising business for years, resulting in increased cash flow that Google then pocketed. This information follows a lawsuit filed by ten … Continue reading