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Computer Vision Technology and Education Sector

Every student is unique and learns in a different way but within the education system, students are considered collectively. Computer vision technology could help with this problem as it allows educators to customize how ...

9 hours ago

Concerns Raised as Tesla Model 3 Spontaneously Combusts!

One of the biggest (and legitimate) concerns surrounding the expansion of electric cars on our roads generally tends to fall upon the batteries. Put simply, lithium-ion has a very messy production cycle (in terms of ...

11 hours ago

Nvidia Leak Says 3060 GPUs Will Be Available Late Feb

Despite the official launch of the GeForce RTX 3060 graphics cards at CES 2021 earlier this month, there are still many details surrounding these upcoming GPUs that we don't yet know. And we're not just talking about how the 12GB ...

11 hours ago

Microsoft Makes a Huge U-Turn in Xbox Live Gold Price Hike

Late last week, Microsoft announced that it would be raising the price of its Xbox Live Gold subscription package... Again. - With the new increase representing quite a notably significant jump from the previous charges, Xbox ...

11 hours ago

“Fixed” Cyberpunk 2077 Mission Now Causes Game-Breaking Bug

Just a little over 48-hours ago, CD Projekt Red released the first major update for Cyberpunk 2077 and one of the key aspects of the patch was to provide further stabilization to the game as well as correcting a number of ...

11 hours ago

1MORE ComfoBuds True Wireless Headphones Review

We're all fans of 1MORE here in the eTeknix office, and it's not hard to see why. All of their previous products have impressed us in one way or another. From their class-leading performance, awesome designs, impressive ...

1 day ago

Retailer Lists Nvidia 3060’s – They Cost as Much as the Ti?!

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 is certainly looking to represent something of an inquisitive creature indeed. Not quite packing the performance of it's already 'released' 3060 Ti counterpart, but coming with notably more VRAM (12GB ...

1 day ago

Intel Core i5-11500 Appears on Geekbench

At some part in March (we still don't know exactly when), Intel is expected to release their Rocket Lake-S processors formally. However, at the time of writing, it's still more than a little unclear as to just how good (or bad - ...

1 day ago

Rumor Suggests Intel Will Launch Alder Lake-S This September

Yes, Rocket Lake-S is still yet to officially hit shelves and, as such, we still don't really know yet just how good (or bad) it will be. I have to confess that in terms of a true next-gen upgrade, Alder Lake-S definitely seems to ...

1 day ago

Diablo 2 is (Apparently) Back in Development!

Back in 2017, Blizzard Entertainment announced that a remaster of Diablo 2 was in development, and, as a huge fan of this game, I was absolutely delighted (as indeed were many others!). - With a significant lack of news ...

1 day ago

Cyberpunk 2077 V1.1 is Out and Fixes Masses of Bugs

Cyberpunk 2077 could easily represent one of the best games in recent memory. If, of course, CD Projekt Red can actually fix the masses of bugs that currently plague it. And yes, that is a BIG if. Albeit, I will say that, overall, ...

1 day ago

Metal Gear Solid Cast is Reunited for a Yet Unknown Project

Despite the fact that the original Metal Gear Solid is over 20-years-old now, that hasn't done anything to change the fact that, for many, it's still considered to be one of the greatest games of all time. - While the more recent ...

2 days ago

addlink Unveils its P20 Portable SSD

Are you in the market for a new storage solution? - Well, if you are, addlink has today announced the launch of its new portable SSD that features read and write speeds up to 1,050 MB/s and 1000 MB/s via USB 3.2 Gen2 (10 Gbps). ...

2 days ago

Intel Confirms 7nm CPUs are on Track for 2023

It's hard to argue that when AMD began transitioning their CPUs to smaller node designs, they backed, generally speaking, the winning horse. - With Intel still plodding along with 14nm (and the several plus marks after) it's one ...

2 days ago

New Warzone Cheat Criticism Comes After Twitch Tournament

I think many would agree that when Call of Duty Warzone initially launched back in March last year, it was a pretty damn good game. In fact, in terms of the overwhelmingly ridiculous glut of Battle Royale titles available (now and ...

2 days ago

Tucows Shuts Down its Once Iconic Download Website

Being a relatively early user of the internet (and by proxy regularly annoying my Dad as he picked up the phone to only hear the dial-up crackle), it's pretty hard to describe to someone younger these days just how mad a place the ...

2 days ago

Teaser Suggests a Brand New DeLorean May Be Announced

There are few car designs more iconic or as easily identified than the DeLorean DMC-12. With its stainless steel body and gullwing doors, while it was something of a flop during its exceptionally brief production run in the early ...

2 days ago

Akasa Pi-4 Pro Raspberry Pi 4 Case Review

Akasa is one of the leading names when it comes to small form factor cases. They've been doing this kind of thing for years now, with Intel BRIX, and ATOM systems, right through to the more modern Raspberry Pi hardware and ...

3 days ago

Apple to Release a VR Headset Before AR Glasses?

It's been well-known for more than a little while now that Apple has been investing a lot of money into the development of AR (augmented reality) glasses. To date, however, no products have yet seen the light of day nor has there ...

3 days ago

AMD Ryzen 5900HX Tops PassMark Mobile CPU Leaderboard

If there is one particular market that AMD has always struggled to get a solid foothold in, it is undoubtedly laptop CPUs. Put simply, for years Intel has absolutely dominated this sector with AMD largely either not bothering or ...

3 days ago

AMD Adrenalin 21.1.1 Driver Launched With Hitman 3 Support

AMD has announced the launch of its brand new Radeon Adrenalin 2020 21.1.1 graphics card drivers, and, as you might expect, not only do they come with a number of important fixes, but if you're planning on pumping more than a few ...

3 days ago

ZADAK Launches its TWSS3 SATA SSD

ZADAK has today announced a new TWSS3 2.5" SSD to expand its storage lineup beyond the SPARK PCIe GEN 3x4 M.2 RGB SSD series. Built with SATA III 6 Gb/s interface and 3D NAND Flash memory, the TWSS3 is a great option for any PC ...

3 days ago

Corsair Unveils its New VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL Memory

Today, Corsair announced a new range of high-performance DDR4 memory kits to its renowned VENGEANCE RGB PRO lineup, CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL. Initially available in a wide range of frequencies up to 3,600MHz and kits up to ...

3 days ago

Gabe Newell Confirms (Again) that New Valve Games are Coming

Generally speaking, despite Valve clearly representing a pretty huge gaming company, they don't actually get around to releasing that many games. Well, at least not over the last 5 or so years. - Following a report via TechSpot, ...

3 days ago

AOC 16T2 15.6″ Portable Touch Screen Monitor Review

I've tested many monitors over the years, from modest 1080p budget models, up to super-sized ultra-wide monitors that cost thousands. Actually, quite a few of those monitors were from AOC too, actually. However, I don't think ...

4 days ago

Nvidia Hotfix 461.33 Corrects Game Crashing Issues

Following the release of Nvidia's latest graphics card drivers earlier this month (461.09) a number of users began reporting an alarming new lack of stability within a number of games and other software applications. Now, while ...

4 days ago

MSI May be Preparing to Launch a 3060 Ti ‘Mining’ GPU

Late last week we first heard rumors that in order to attempt to address the overall graphics card shortage, a factor definitely being compounded by the recent boom in the price of Bitcoin, Nvidia was apparently considering the ...

4 days ago

Intel i5-11400 Rocket Lake-S Gets Spotted on Geekbench

By the end of March, Intel should officially release their brand new 11th-gen Rocket Lake-S processors. While they have been formally announced, however, Intel has been surprisingly quiet in terms of offering us any kind of firm ...

4 days ago

Thermaltake Unveils its ToughDesk 500L RGB Battlestation Desk

Thermaltake has today announced the launch of its new ToughDesk 500L RGB Battlestation Gaming Desk. The new technology and extensive functions of the desk include electric height adjustment control, an anti-collision safety ...

4 days ago

Nvidia to Re-Release 2060/2060 SUPER to Bolster Stock?

It's not exactly a secret that since the Nvidia 30XX graphics cards initially made their debut late last year, actually getting hold of one (for a reasonable price) has so far proven to be about as rare as hen's teeth. - It seems, ...

4 days ago


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