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    Space Outside the Solar System is Denser: New Study

    As our probes continue to sail through space, we are constantly finding out new things about the Universe. The longest ranged missions that we have ever sent, the Voyager 1 and 2 have proved to be one of the most invaluable sources of data when it comes to the Universe and other interstellar phenomena. The Voyager 1 is the farthest that any working human machine has been from planet Earth....

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    GoPro Celebrates Five Year Anniversary of GoPro Awards

    Five years ago today, GoPro, introduced GoPro Awards - an always-on program created to reward camera users with monetary awards and gear for sharing their best GoPro photos, raw video clips and video edits to be considered for inclusion in GoPro's social media, video programming, marketing materials and more. Since its launch, GoPro Awards has received nearly 1 million photo and video...

    • 2 days ago
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    ViewSonic Announces Extended Warranty of Five Years on its Monitors

    ViewSonic Corp announces festive offer for the consumers by extending warranty of their monitors to five years. The rise from the earlier 3-year warranty is an outcome of the company's continued commitment to providing superior quality and cost-efficient products, with trouble-free ownership. ViewSonic monitors are ergonomically designed to provide a comfortable experience to...

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    AMD's RDNA 2 Powered Navi 21 XT GPU To Run at Insanely High Clock Speeds with 16GB GDDR6 VRAM, All At 255 TGP

    During it's Zen 3 presentation, AMD CEO Lisa Su showed us the world's first RDNA 2 benchmarks, possibly showcasing the Navi 21 XT ('Big Navi) card. Now, a new leak suggests that RDNA 2 is built to run at insanely high clock speeds, which kind of makes sense when you look at the same present in PS5/Xbox Series X. Patrick Schur has now...

    • 2 days ago
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    Melting Glaciers and A New Field of Archaeology

    Glaciers are the most important source of fresh water in the world. Littered across the globe, these huge deposits of slowly shifting ice provide drinking water to the majority of the world's population. As the average global temperatures continue to rise, the glaciers are melting at an unprecedented pace. The global ice storehouses are shedding weight very fast, which is unparalleled in modern...

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    Apple's First ARM-Powered Mac Set to Launch in November

    During Apple's first online WWDC back in June, the Cupertino giant confirmed the much-speculated transition to its own ARM-based Apple Silicon for its Mac lineup from Intel. Apple also hinted that the ARM-powered Macs are under development and we might see a one by the end of this year. To confirm, there IS a November ARM Mac event.I'm hearing November 17th.  Now, prominent tipster Jon...

    • 3 days ago
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    PS5 India Price Finally Revealed - Starting at Rs. 39,990; Games to Cost Rs. 4,999

    After a long wait, Sony has finally announced the prices for PS5 in India, and it's just what most people expected it to be. The standard PS5 will cost Rs. 49,990 while the digital edition will come cheaper at Rs. 39,990. The console prices make sense since Sony would want to match the Xbox Series pricing, as they have done internationally. The PS5 India release...

    • 3 days ago
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    How Life Blooms in Deserts, Reveals Surprising New Data

    Life can be found in the most inhospitable places on Earth. From the scorching desert in the Sahara to the frozen landscape of the Antarctic, life finds a way to survive in one form or another. We have known and admired this resilience for a very long time. It is also why we are confident that we will find life on another planet in the future. We know that the unforgiving landscapes of our...

    • 4 days ago
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    Superconductivity Achieved at Room Temperature: New Paper

    Superconductivity is considered to be the holy grail of modern technology. If we can reliably and efficiently achieve superconductivity at room temperature, it could revolutionize the modern electronics that are made and used. However, researchers have only been able to achieve this under extremely cold conditions. The inefficient transfer of power and data that takes place today is...

    • 5 days ago
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    NVIDIA DLSS Comes to Marvel's Avengers and Wolfenstein: Youngblood

    Marvel's Avengers has gotten NVIDIA DLSS support with the latest update, with Wolfenstein Youngblood also adding it for improved performance on GeForce RTX graphics cards. The latest patch for Marvel Avengers and Wolfenstein: Youngblood also enables DLSS Ultra Performance mode for 8K gaming with the GeForce RTX 3090. The new update also includes additional optimizations that...

    • 6 days ago

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