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  1. March 2021 NPD: PlayStation 5 is the fastest-selling U.S. console ever This is a real picture of the PlayStation 5. Image Credit: GamesBeat Video game hardware sales were up 47% in March, according to industry-tracking firm The NPD Group. That growth comes despite a surge in sales that began last year due to the start of pandemic stay-at-home orders. And while the Switch continues to fuel those sales, so does the Xbox and, especially, the PlayStation 5. “March video game hardware dollar sales were 47% highe
  2. Slim laptops and convertibles might be making the much of the running, but even desktop PC is seeing increasing demand right now. The continued need for many of us to work, study and be entertained while at home is leading to increased demand for PCs. The PC market has been in long-term decline, largely thanks to the rise of the smartphone and other devices that make the PC less attractive to many, particularly consumers, who have been upgrading much less often. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has lead to a huge increase in home working which, ha
  3. from the you-don't-own-what-you-buy dept Remember the Slingbox? It was a piece of hardware by Dish subsidiary Sling Media that let users beam TV content from your home cable box to anywhere else. Sling was public enemy number one among entrenched cable and broadcast industry gatekeepers, because its products (*gasp*) not only made life easier on consumers, but at one point integrated ad-skipping technology. Back in 2013 the broadcast and cable industry was so pissed at Sling, it managed to get a best-of-show CES award retracted by CNET and CBS simply becaus
  4. Last month’s news that IBM would do a Hewlett-Packard and divide into two—an IT consultancy and a buzzword compliance unit—marks the end of “business as usual” for yet another of the great workstation companies. A quick aside on computing history. You can imagine personal computing being driven by two distinct schools of thought. The “top down” school, represented by research-led organisations including Xerox PARC, Bell Labs,academia and the military, asked “what would the world be like if everyone had their own minicomputer”? They took large, time-sharing systems like
  5. Key Points Regina Dugan joined Facebook from Google to make the company relevant in hardware. Building 8, the laboratory she started, turned into a costly failure for Facebook, and Dugan was gone in less than two years. Ultimately Building 8 became Portal, a video-chat product that has failed to gain market traction. In her relatively brief tenure as a vice president at Faceb
  6. dabourzannan

    Guitar Software

    hi, I'm not sure this is the right place for this request. I'm having a problem using my guitar software on a new laptop with a single plug for "mic + speaker". Used to have two separate plugs, in my old Dell laptop. I used to plug my guitar in the mic, and either plug-in a speaker or just use the built in speaker to listen to the music. I'm unable to to use this single plug as input only, and use the normal built-in speakers for listening. My laptop is HP Envy and the OS is Windows 10. Will appreciate any help.
  7. Priorities for business and consumer PC buyers are changing. Remote working may have caused many people to value their laptop and desktops a lot more, but the PC industry is likely to struggle as companies and consumers cut back on spending. PCs may have been viewed as yesterday's news thanks to the rise of smaller form factors like smartphones, tablets and wearables, but trusty laptops and desktops (and variations on them like Chromebooks and even Raspberry Pis) have proven their worth during lockdown for workers and kids doing home schooling.
  8. Ars readers share their stories of coronavirus-related hardware shortages and more We asked readers if the epidemic has affected their work. We got stories back. Enlarge / Lenovo's Thinkbook 13s laptop. Valentina Palladino 58 with 49 posters participating A couple of weeks ago, IPC, a trade group that represents electronics companies, surveyed manufacturers to estimate the impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the industry. Manufacturers surveyed said their suppliers have warned them they should expect about thre
  9. MICROSOFT’S WINDOWS FUTURE IS NOW TIED TO HARDWARE If you've been following Microsoft’s Windows changes in recent years, then this week’s reorg inside the company won’t have come as much of a surprise. Chief product officer, Panos Panay, is now taking a bigger role that involves him leading a single group that combines the Windows Experience team and Microsoft hardware teams. It will be known as Windows + Devices, and it ultimately means that the future of Windows is now tied closely to hardware. hat’s a significant change for Microsoft, but one that it has been working towards
  10. Modding Time It's about time LINUX SMARTPHONES have hardly set the world on fire in the last few years (unless you're Russian). Yes, yes, we know Android is a Linux-based system but it hardly counts - and when Ubuntu can't make it work, who can? Nevertheless, plucky little operations like Pine64 have been offering the prospect of Linux laptops for years, and now they plan to bring their own handset too. But the really interesting bit is that Pine is also working on its equivalent of WearOS and the first fruits are being previewed in the for
  11. Planting Tiny Spy Chips in Hardware Can Cost as Little as $200 A new proof-of-concept hardware implant shows how easy it may be to hide malicious chips inside IT equipment. Illustration: Casey Chin; Getty Images More than a year has passed since Bloomberg Businessweek grabbed the lapels of the cybersecurity world with a bombshell claim: that Supermicro motherboards in servers used by major tech firms, including Apple and Amazon, had been stealthily implanted with a chip the size of a rice grain that allowed Chinese hackers to spy deep into those netw
  12. New Beijing "5-3-2" policy to give local tech scene a boost to the detriment of foreign companies. Beijing officials have ordered all government offices and public institutions to replace foreign hardware and software with Chinese alternatives within the next three years. The mass replacement process was detailed in a government directive issued to public institutions earlier this spring. The directive is internally known as "3-5-2" based on the percentage targets the Chinese Communist Party imposed on government organizations. In 20
  13. My laptop just hung without any error and I had to restart by long pressing the power button. There was no indication of what caused the issue. I was simply browsing in my firefox to purchase some steam games and suddenly mouse and keyboard all stopped. Is there a way to figure out the exact cause for Windows 10 hanging issue? Is there any log of error somewhere even though it didn't display any error, neither before nor after restart. My laptop is still in warranty period so if there is any hardware issue, I can get it fixed/replaced. Any Idea.. Thanks.
  14. Sorry, this is my first post here when I ask for Your opinion and suggestions, about what I have to do or check, before going to buy a new pc. The problem is that I don't want to buy it with Windows, but want get it as cheap as possible. It means I thought to buy it with Linux and then remove Linux permanently and instal Windows 10 Pro. It is Dell Inspiron 3583, released on 2019 and in three conditions/builds, ie Ubuntu, Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro. All seems to be possible, because all drivers and even BIOS'es are downloadable for free from Dells support page. So, have I forgo
  15. Nvidia's upcoming flagship graphics card, anticipated to be known as the GeForce GTX 1180, will reportedly make its debut in the form of a Founders Edition card on June 15. According to rumors compiled by Wccftech, the card, which is to be based on Nvidia's next-gen Turing architecture with a 12nm FinFET die shrink, and will reportedly sport the following numbers, in direct comparison with its predecessor, the currently sold GTX 1080: GTX 1080 GTX 1180 Architecture Pascal Turing Lithography 16
  16. johnmayer

    Need Help Buying New Laptop

    Hi Guys, i need help buying new laptop with good performance and the processor should be atleast i3 and iam not concerned about getting OS with the laptop and my budget is 20,000-25,000 rupees so your welcome to suggest Thank you.
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