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Intel refutes return to Haswell 22nm processors

Recently, news surfaced on thematic sites that Intel intends to resume the release of 22-nanometer Pentium G3420 processors (Haswell). The reason for this news...

GeForce GTX 1660 gets cheaper to stop being a pointless purchase

But while it's still a little expensive The recently released GeForce GTX 1650 Super graphics card was pleasantly pleased with both price and performance. It...

Google has made email much more convenient

The end of annoying endless conversations in Gmail Google introduced a new feature for the Gmail email service. Users will now be able to send...

Intel found itself in such a problematic situation.

The other day, the Credit Suisse conference was attended by Intel CEO Robert Swon, to whom the source asked several very important questions. And...

Microsoft sounds the alarm

The company strongly recommends the use of unique names and passwords. Microsoft conducted a security risk assessment of its services and users from January to...

Intel frankly tells tales comparing its processors with AMD Ryzen CPUs

Intel claims do not pass the most straightforward test Earlier this year, there was information that Intel intends to change the strategy to combat AMD...

Google will make Chrome much more convenient

Google is working hard to improve the Chrome branded browser. And although it now dominates the market, competitors have useful features that are not...

Google Photos has built its messenger

Google has introduced a new feature for one of its most popular products. It's about the appearance of the built-in chat in the Google...

Modern USB adapters: can I connect a smartphone to a wired...

The first models were designed for USB 1.1 with its maximum bandwidth of 12 Mbit / s, so there was no sense in requiring...

3 months of free YouTube Premium

How to get 3 months of free YouTube Premium Surely you are tired of the built-in YouTube ads, which every year is becoming more intrusive,...