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Sunday's Best Deals: Pulsar Heavy-Duty Generator, Insignia Massage Chair, Star Wars Action Figures, Holy Stone Drone, Greenworks Outdoor Power Tools, and More

A Pulsar heavy-duty portable dual fuel generator and a sale on Greenworks outdoor power tools lead Sunday’s best deals.Read more...
Tags: Nintendo, Cuisinart, Marshall, Alexa, Sid Meier, Newegg, Archos TV Portable Video Player Pvp, Sandisk, Mario 35, Samsung Led, Lg, Walmart, Valhalla, Toms Guide, Hasbro, Razer


Asus ZenBook 13 OLED UM325 review: AMD laptop perfection?

With an 8-core processor and a brilliant OLED screen, do laptops get any better than the ZenBook 13 OLED?
Tags: Asus, Trends, Computing, Amd


Saturday's Best Deals: Samsung 70" 4K TV, Asus Gaming Monitor, Cutlery Brushes, 2L Hydration Bladder, Grepro Jump Starter, and More

A Samsung 70-inch smart 4K tv and a Grepro jump starter lead Saturday’s best deals.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Ipad, Publishing, Microsoft, Newegg, Macys, Kindle, Memory, Samsung, Walmart, Netflix, Cuisinart, Nvidia, Nintendo




The 5 best portable monitors in 2021

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Portable monitors can expand your screen without occupying too much space. The Asus ZenScreen MB16AC stands out for its thin design, affordable price, and features. Check out our guide to the best computer monitors of 2021 for more options. Portable monitors can be useful for people who love working on their laptops, but just want a little more screen space without sacrificing portability. They come in many sizes, though most are available in dimensions that m...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Asus, Trends, Features, Buying Guide, Amd, Monitor, Sarah, Gaming monitor, Tech Insider, 4k Monitor, ZenScreen, Insider Picks Guides, Best Guides


AMD’s Ryzen 6000 processors could steal one of Intel’s competitive advantages

AMD is about to take its battle with Intel to the next level. Rumors are emerging that all future Zen 4 processors will ship with integrated graphics.
Tags: News, Trends, Intel, Graphics, Computing, Amd, Radeon, Gpu, Integrated Graphics, RYZEN, Zen 4


Asus’ new VivoBook Flip 14 comes with AMD’s Ryzen 5000 and starts at just $600

The latest Vivobook Flip 14 models come with options for AMD's Ryzen 5000 processors, offering plenty of power for both work and play.
Tags: News, Asus, Trends, Computing, Amd, Ryzen 5000, Asus VivoBook Flip 14


AMD Radeon Pro Workstation Card with 16GB Memory Leaked

Apparently, the preparation for the next-gen Radeon PRO is in its final phases as the pictures for Radeon Pro graphics cards featuring RDNA2 architecture have been leaked. The post AMD Radeon Pro Workstation Card with 16GB Memory Leaked appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: All News, Hardware News, Graphics Card, Amd, Workstation, Radeon Pro, AMD Radeon Pro Workstation Card


Remember AMD, Xilinx were merging? Shareholders give thumbs up to $35bn deal

Let's see what the regulators say Shareholders in AMD and Xilinx on Wednesday approved their massive proposed merger.…
Tags: Software, Amd, Xilinx, AMD Xilinx


Dell Alienware launches its first AMD-powered gaming laptop since 2007

OEMs are finally starting to pair Ryzen Mobile with the most powerful GPUs.
Tags: Amd, DELL Alienware


AMD released a beautiful blacked-out graphics card, but you can’t buy it yet

AMD's Radeon RX 6800 XT now comes in an all-black Midnight Black color, but like the original variant, the company's GPUs are in short supply and high demand.
Tags: News, Trends, Computing, Amd, Radeon, Radeon RX 6000, Radeon RX 6800 XT, Radeon RX 6800


The 9 best laptops in 2021 for work, entertainment, and gaming

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Dell's XPS 13 is still our favorite laptop because it expertly balances design and performance. But the MacBook Air with M1 is unmatched when it comes to battery life. Check out our roundup of the best laptop deals here. When it comes to studying, working, or even playing, having one of the best laptops is essential. Although the very best laptops will cost you $1,000 or more, there are laptops to fit every budget in this guide. Whether you're a Window...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Google, Amazon, Google Drive, Microsoft, Mac, Samsung, Trends, Tech, Walmart, Intel, Os, Features, Netflix, Back To School


ThinkComputers Podcast #267

This week on the podcast we talk about how miners were able to block the restrictions on the RTX 3060, some new awesome motherboards from ASRock and MSI, Microsoft submerging their servers in liquid and much more! The post ThinkComputers Podcast #267 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Podcast, Microsoft, Computer Hardware, Tech News, Gigabyte, Nvidia, Amd, ASRock, ThinkComputers, ThinkComputers Podcast, Tech Podcast, MSI Microsoft, Pc Hardware, GPU Mining, Crypto-Mining, Pc Hardware Podcast


Alienware launches first AMD gaming laptop in over a decade

Alienware has launched its m15 Ryzen Edition R5 laptop, its first gaming laptop with a processor from AMD in more than a decade.
Tags: Amd, Alienware


Alienware Finally Embraces Ryzen With Its First AMD-Powered Gaming Laptop in Over a Decade

At this point, laptop makers that don’t support some kind of AMD-based config are kind of trolling, and now Alienware is finally back on board with its first AMD-powered gaming laptop in more than a decade. Read more...
Tags: Science, Amd, Alienware


Alienware’s M15 R5 is its first AMD-based gaming laptop in over a decade

The latest model features Ryzen 5000 H-series processors
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Intel Launches First 10nm 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable Processors For Data Centers

MojoKid writes: Intel just officially launched its first server products built on its advanced 10nm manufacturing process node, the 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable family of processors. 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable processors are based on the 10nm Ice Lake-SP microarchitecture, which incorporates a number of new features and enhancements. Core counts have been significantly increased with this generation, and now offer up to 40 cores / 80 threads per socket versus 28 cores / 56 threads in Intel's previous-gen of...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Amd, Core, AVX, Intel Xeon Scalable


AMD To Launch Zen3 Based Ryzen Threadripper 5000 Soon

We can expect the Zen3 based high-performance desktop (HEDT) series, aka Threadripper 5000 soon, as AMD had already introduced its Vermeer (AM4 Zen3) series back in November 2020. The post AMD To Launch Zen3 Based Ryzen Threadripper 5000 Soon appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Hardware, All News, Hardware News, Amd, CPU, RYZEN




Google v. Oracle and the Mixed Question of Law and Fact

by Dennis Crouch In Google LLC v. Oracle Am., Inc., 593 U. S. ____  (2021), the Supreme Court spends a few pages walking through procedural aspects of the fair use defense. Like many patent law doctrines, fair use is a mixed question of law and fact. The defendant’s use of the asserted copyrighted work and its impact on the plaintiff are typically factual issues that must be proven by evidence as weighed by the factfinder (often a jury). These are questions such as “how much of the copyrighted w...
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Law, Court, Village, Amd, Oracle, Patent, U S Bank, Federal Circuit, FRCP, Dennis Crouch, Markman, Oracle Am Inc, Westview Instruments Inc, Google LLC


Linus Torvalds Discusses Intel and AMD's New Proposals for Interrupt/Exception Handling (slashdot)

"AMD and Intel have both proposed better ways of doing interrupt and exception handling the last few months," reports LinuxReviews.org. Then they share this analysis Linus Torvalds posted on the Real World Technologies forum: "The AMD version is essentially "Fix known bugs in the exception handling definition". The Intel version is basically "Yeah, the protected mode 80286 exception handling was bad, then 386 made it odder with the 32-bit extensions, and then syscall/sysenter made everythin...
Tags: News, Intel, Amd, Linus Torvalds, Fred, IDT, Torvalds, EditorDavid, LinuxReviews


Sunday's Best Deals: Ring Video Doorbell Pro, Asus 27" Gaming Monitor, Car Seat Gap Fillers, Workout Bench, Digital Air Fryer, and More

A certified refurbished Ring Video Doorbell Pro and an Insignia digital air fryer lead Sunday’s best deals.Read more...
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Linus Torvalds Discusses Intel and AMD's New Proposals for Interrupt/Exception Handling

"AMD and Intel have both proposed better ways of doing interrupt and exception handling the last few months," reports LinuxReviews.org. Then they share this analysis Linus Torvalds posted on the Real World Technologies forum: "The AMD version is essentially "Fix known bugs in the exception handling definition". The Intel version is basically "Yeah, the protected mode 80286 exception handling was bad, then 386 made it odder with the 32-bit extensions, and then syscall/sysenter made everythin...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Amd, Linus Torvalds, Fred, IDT, Torvalds, LinuxReviews


Saturday's Best Deals: Reading Pillows, Westinghouse Curved Gaming Monitor, JACHS NY Sweaters, TomCare Outdoor Accessories, and More

A pair of JVC AE wireless earbuds with running coaching and a set of solar-powered outdoor torches lead Saturday’s best deals.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Amazon, Ipad, Echo, Fitness, Newegg, Films, Macys, Kindle, Memory, Samsung, Adidas, Walmart, Best Buy


Two new Razer Blade gaming laptops rumored to finally support AMD Ryzen 5000

The latest Razer Blade 14 leak with AMD Ryzen 5000 processors should make Team Red gamers who wished Razer would partner with AMD for laptops.
Tags: News, Trends, Computing, Amd, Razer, Razer Blade, RYZEN, Ryzen 5000


Pixel 6 Will Reportedly Be the First Phone With Google-Made Chip

Google’s next Pixel phones will reportedly be the company’s first devices powered by its own homemade chip, internally called the “GS101” Whitechapel.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Google, Science, Technology, Samsung, Linkedin, Intel, Smartphones, Computers, Chrome Os, Chromebook, Computing, Tablet Computers, Amd, Qualcomm, ARM


AMD Zen 3 CPUs Vulnerable To Spectre-like Attacks via PSF Feature

US chipmaker AMD advised customers last week to disable a new performance feature if they plan to use CPUs for sensitive operations, as this feature is vulnerable to Spectre-like side-channel attacks. From a report: Called Predictive Store Forwarding (PSF), this feature was added to AMD CPUs part of the company's Zen 3 core architecture, a processor series dedicated to gaming and high-performance computing, which launched in November 2020. The feature implements a technique called speculative ex...
Tags: Zen, US, Tech, Amd, AMD Zen