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Easy to Follow Chart of CPU Comparisons

It can become confusing when you're trying to decide which CPU is right for you. I couldn't tag every processor, but this chart has them all. It's well-organized and easy to follow.

Storage for 8TB in Just One PCIe Slot

GIGABYTE took to Twitter to show off its latest storage device. It runs so fast that it comes with its own cooling system. Remarkably, it allows you to fit 8TB of storage into a single PCIe slot. Sounds impressive, right? It might not be useful to the average user though.

New Oculus VR Headsets Coming Soon

Oculus will launch two new headsets in the spring, and this is a useful review of the Oculus Rift S and it's updated sensors. According to the writer and tester, these are huge improvements in both how things look while playing and how well the sensors track the player's movements. I'm snagging one... See more

Eufy RoboVac Gets It Done for Less

I'm all about electronics that get me out of doing housework, so it's nice to see a robot vacuum that is affordably priced. According to the review it gets the job done on the cheap.

Review of Kingdom Hearts 3

Kingdom Hearts 3 is the fastest selling game in the Kingdom Heart series. This informative review will tell you why it has been so successful. Are you a player?

Undue Influence and Social Media Marketing

Social media has become the wild west of advertising and influencers are its stars. Some of them are paid handsomely to market products and services because their audience reach is that great. Should this influence be regulated or does the community do a good enough job regulating itself?

New Wearables Coming in 2019

Exciting new wearables are heading our way in the coming year. I'm particularly excited to see how well the WT2 real-time in-ear translator works. Which new wearable interests you the most?

Review of June Oven

The June Oven is part of the IoT and seems to have charmed the reviewer. I'm I the only one who would get nothing done all day because I'd be watching my food cook via the camera?

USA Today Lists Top 10 Gadgets

Apple's latest smartwatch came in at number four while the latest Google PIxel came in right after it at number five. The Facebook Portal made the list at number six which shocked me as the company is still reeling from public dissatisfaction.

Stocking Stuffer Ideas

Large list of gift ideas for $20 or less. I own a couple of the Anker Light Bulbs and they are a bargain! What's your favorite item on the list?
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Px1995
Some of the new options that sidecar brings to the table seem useful, while others are more like novelty tricks.  I was okay with using apps to achieve the same things that sidecar offers so give one a try if you don't want to buy a more current... See more
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Px1995
Yesterday, a magazine article suggested that Netflix is looking for ways to stop password sharing in order to bolster the growth of its service.  That could be a way for them to open up more revenue streams. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
Sometimes Amazon's AI recommends the most useless products to me.  I've often wondered how they've determined who should see what.  I've never ordered anything for babies on the site, but toys and bottles are often recommended to me. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I bet it's something that most consumers don't even know about.  They just see and hear the greater number and think that means it's better, it's faster, and it's more advanced,  without considering how it plays out in the real world.
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I appreciate the convenient, actionable steps that are listed in the article.  I sometimes forget how much information I've put out there.  Now I can easily clean it up. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I've owned a few products like a GPS device and a smartwatch by Garmin.  Both worked well and lasted for years. I actually gave the smartwatch to my nephew once I upgraded to another one and he still uses it.  I haven't used this particular... See more
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
Like the article suggests,  I tried using a flash drive on my old Windows 7 laptop to speed things up through Microsoft's ReadyBoost.  Unfortunately, I didn't notice a difference.  
PX1995 commented on Gnarbox 2.0
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Px1995
It does look like a handy device that runs fast and holds tons of material.  If I took photos and videos more often I'd snag one. 
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I noticed that you can get the version that can't be modified at a cheaper price, but it's totally worth it to splurge for the one with swappable switches.
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
Oh yeah, it's definitely worth the higher price for a customizable gaming keyboard.  I went ahead and pre-ordered one on Logitech's site, but I bet they'll be a little cheaper near Black Friday.
PX1995 commented on iPhone 12 Leak
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Px1995
It's like they're jealous of the attention that Amazon and Microsoft are getting from their big reveals.  Apple is trying to steal their thunder, like a bridesmaid who announces her pregnancy during a wedding reception. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
 I don't agree with everything the company and Mark Zuckerberg has done, but I feel bad for him to be honest.  He has no one he can trust.  That must be a lonely existence. 
one year ago 24 Points
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Baloyi5
I have heard a lot of reviews of these headphones, despite not owning them before. Either way, almost every such device has a 'noise-cancellation feature'. Is it something you consider when purchasing headphones?
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I do look for the noise-cancellation feature, mostly because it helps when traveling or trying to get work done in busy areas.  The reviews look decent on this one by Skullcandy.
one year ago 18 Points
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Cptjaneway
I really hope they don't stop developing the Surface. It's my favorite tablet. I've used the iPad, Amazon Fire, Samsung Galaxy, and even a no name brand.  In my opinion, none compared to the Surface.
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I love my standalone tablets, but the Surface Pro is my favorite 2-in-1.  I hope these rumors turn out to be true, especially the one about shifting to USB-C as that would be more convenient. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I love how Facebook figured out that humans could be driven by likes and shares and could become addicted to it.  It was a tool that Facebook exploited.  How odd to see this change. Isn't it too little too late?
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I don't think I'd be comfortable with Amazon listening to me all day.  That's a lot of microphone power to wear on your face everyday.  
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I appreciate your sharing the article as I've wondered what was going on with the company.  Huawei is banned from my workplace, so I haven't bought any of their devices, though I've heard they are good. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I'm all for doing whatever it takes to ensure my pets are safe.  We love them like family.  I'm not sure I buy into the idea that Blockchain is the answer though. 
one year ago 16 Points
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Harper
I'm looking forward to the announcement and hope we see something new soon.  According to the article it sounds like exciting things are coming our way.  I'm keeping my fingers crossed that they're going to  release the ultra portable version... See more
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
Same here.  As much as I love the Switch, I'd like to see something that's a bit smaller like the old DS.  I hope we see some new games too.
one year ago 23 Points
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Aba1940 - Edited
Technology keeps evolving every other day and distance should never been an excuse for people not to create a lasting bond. I like the concept around the friendship lamp and it is definitely a device worth having.
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I appreciate the article and the tips.  I think it's hard to keep in touch sometimes because work can get so hectic and demanding.  I think some of the apps will be handy for my friends and family. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I'm disappointed.  The specs sound fine, more than fine, really, but I was hoping for something different since it's been so long.  Apple used to excel at innovation.  What happened to their creativity?   
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
It's not  something I'd want to use all the time, but it's a handy tip to know for the rare times that my trackpad  freezes or  I forget my wireless mouse at work or   Thanks for sharing this!  I always have my smartphone with me so this will be... See more
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I love lists like this!  I'm booking marking it for the next time that I need a small gift or want to use the remaining balance on a gift card.  Thanks for sharing!
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I love reading the Baffler, so I'm glad to see it shared here.  I understand the point of the article, but I don't think Screen Time or similar apps are just another way to siphon our data.  I think they're meant for PR control more than... See more
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I think they look really cool, but the device would probably be uncomfortable for me to wear.  The tops of my feet are pretty sensitive.
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I really wish they'd leave things alone personally.  I just want an email system that's speeding and all these extra features seem to bog it down.
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I think it's all PR.  Ultimately, Facebook was created to make money.  It sounds like it's an expensive platform to run, assuming the executives are being honest with us.  They have shareholders to answer to.  User information is how they... See more
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
 If you think about it, Mark Zuckerberg's lifestyle has changed since he was a college kid.  He just doesn't know what's cool anymore.  He doesn't know what all the kids want. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
This must be costing Intel a fortune!  Sadly, as soon as things are truly fixed another attack will come along.  It's like playing Whac-A-Mole at the arcade.
PX1995 commented on Do you follow CES?
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Px1995
I usually follow it to see the new televisions and other gadgets.  It's interesting to see what might be coming down the pipeline and some things are pretty outrageous.  
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
It looks like the camera is good on this one too.  I would love to have a Huawei phone if the brand wasn't so controversial.  They're banned at work though.  
one year ago 16 Points
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Harper
I find the criteria they used to rank these phones a bit odd.  It seems like the look and design of the phone factored into it a great deal, even though it's highly subjective. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I think many consumers actually do care about the phone's aesthetics so I can understand why it was included in their analysis.  For some people the phone you carry is a status symbol. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
The television for $650 sounds like a great deal.  I just don't have any experience with the brand so the Sony might be a better bet for me.  Thanks for the info!
PX1995 commented on IoT in 2019
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Px1995
It's intriguing to see where we are headed, but I do worry about cyber security.  The more we buy, the more we're opening ourselves up to threats.  Of course, I buy IoT devices anyway and just try to keep them updated.
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
From the article I can't really tell if Microsoft just made a mistake with their categorization or if this was done on purpose to mislead users and siphon their data. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
It looks awfully large for camping, but maybe that's just the photo. Solar power is a terrific resource for environmentally friendly power so I'm thrilled to see innovations in this area.  
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
Are there that many rich kids in the world?  I guess I'm a little jealous.  It would be so nice to make my commute from work to home in no time at all.  
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I remember going to Epcot as a kid and being amazed by the promise of Tomorrowland.  So much has been achieved since then!  Now  it seems like if it can be dreamed, it can be achieved.  I think it's just a question of which country will get... See more
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Px1995
Maybe it's just me, but these retro devices seem priced too high, even with the games included.  I'd rather put that money towards a new console that's modern.  
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I use both capabilities right now, but no matter how fast it gets, I won't ditch Wi-Fi for mobile since mobile companies are known to throttle the connections of heavy internet users. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I really like the Google Pixel Slate.  It works fast and does what I need.  The picture on it is fantastic and I appreciate the wealth of apps available to run on this machine. 
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I love their commercials, but I've fallen for many exercise gadgets and can't say they've improved my willingness to engage in exercise.  However, if you like spin class, this one could be a game changer.  
one year ago 1 Point
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Px1995
I would prefer to see my regular physician over Skype if it was for something simple.  I figure it would save time and keep me away from sick patients in the waiting room. 

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