Intel launches virtual museum showcasing 50+ years of innovation

In brief: Intel has launched a digital version of the museum it maintains in Santa Clara, California, allowing people to virtually tour the facility and interact with exhibits from anywhere in the world. It’s free to navigate and it never hurts to make a deposit in the knowledge bank. The Intel Museum originally opened its … Read more

Laser Bursts Drive Fastest-Ever Logic Gates

Synchronized laser pulses (red and blue) generate a burst of real and virtual charge carriers in graphene that are absorbed by gold metal to produce a net current. “We clarified the role of virtual and real charge carriers in laser-induced currents, and that opened the way to the creation of ultrafast logic gates,” says Ignacio … Read more

Anycubic Kobra Max review | TechRadar

Anycubic Kobra Max: two minute review The Anycubic Kobra Max is likely going to be the printer that folks will have on their wishlist if they’re into cosplay, prop production, or simply looking to maximize their production output. Images alone can’t make you fully appreciate just how large this FDM-style printer is, rocking a build … Read more

More long-term Netflix customers are canceling their subscriptions

In brief: Under-pressure Netflix has just got some more bad news: a new survey suggests that not only is the streaming giant losing customers, but it’s the once-loyal long-term subscribers who are abandoning the company they’ve been with for years. As reported by The Information, data from analytics firm Antenna shows that 3.6 million people … Read more

Magic Bullet Air Fryer review

One-minute review You might not be surprised to learn then that the Magic Bullet brand is an extension of Nutribullet’s offering, with the Magic Bullet Air Fryer the first air fryer we’ve seen from the brand. It’s a compact and affordable model that’s a great choice for those who are short on space – or, … Read more

Google Russia files for bankruptcy after authorities seize bank account

What just happened? The Russian subsidiary of Google will file for bankruptcy after authorities seized its bank account, leaving the company unable to meet financial obligations, including paying staff, suppliers, and vendors. However, its free services, such as search and YouTube, will keep operating in the country. Reuters reports that the Alphabet unit has been … Read more

Hootsuite review | TechRadar

Hootsuite is one of the best-known names in the world of social media. If you’ve got any kind of interest in tracking and analytics using SEO tools then it is one of the best options you can use, plus it’s been around since 2008, so has been nicely honed over the years. The current incarnation … Read more

AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT Review

The new Radeon RX 6950 XT flagship is once again a minor refresh in AMD’s GPU lineup. Like the 6650 XT and 6750 XT refreshes, the 6950 XT is based on the same die as the original model, the Navi 21-based 6900 XT. The core count is the same as before, with a tiny 3% … Read more

HP beefs up the Omen 16 gaming laptop, announces new $799 Victus 15 for budget gamers

In a nutshell: HP’s 2022 refresh of the 16-inch Omen laptop appears minor on the surface, but underneath its similar-looking shell are the latest Intel Alder Lake and AMD Ryzen chips, alongside faster RAM, more storage and a new cooling system. Meanwhile, the cheaper $799 Victus 15 makes its debut as an entry-level gaming laptop … Read more