Sabrent Rocket XTRM-Q SSD Review: The BEST SSD in 2020!?

When Sabrent announced their Rocket XTRM-Q SSD drives, we instantly pre ordered one, and then a couple of weeks later, they reached out to us and offered to send us a couple of these drives, which we...
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The Internet Is COMPLETELY Changing

The internet has gone from being a curiosity, to something that has profoundly changed our way of life, in the space only about 25 years. But what if we could take a gigantic leap, like a Quantum one....
29 August 2020 ·
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Best Linux distro in 2020

Thanks to the large community of Linux users, there are countless distributions that are always up-to-date for free download.  In the DistroWatch hit ranking you can find 278 different Linux...
28 August 2020 ·
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What is an API?

The abbreviation API stands for Application Programming Interface and describes a programming interface. The connection is made at the source code level. APIs are used in many applications...
28 August 2020 ·
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What is DevOps?

Software development and IT operations are actually completely different areas. Following the DevOps approach, these areas should now move closer together. The result: accelerated developm...
28 August 2020 ·
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Apple and Facebook argue about the collection of user data

The new operating system for iPhone and iPad makes it difficult for the advertising industry to collect data. Facebook fears for business - and criticizes Apple. In the past few years, Apple...
27 August 2020 ·
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Will it become impossible to process personal data outside the EU?

A new EU ruling now makes it more cumbersome, and perhaps in some cases completely impossible, to send personal data out of the EU if you use non-European suppliers for e.g. its cloud solutions....
27 August 2020 ·
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Firefox 80 released

Web browser Firefox 80  has been released. In addition, the update is formed from branches with long-term support 68.12.0 and 78.2.0. Firefox 68.12 ESR is the latest in its series,...
27 August 2020 ·
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30% of the 1000 largest sites use scripts for hidden identification

A group of researchers from Mozilla, the University of Iowa and the University of California have published  their study results of the use of code for hidden user identification on sites. H...
27 August 2020 ·
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Programming language Rust 1.46 released

Release 1.46 of the system programming language Rust, founded by the Mozilla project, has been published. The language focuses on safe memory management, provides automatic memory management...
27 August 2020 ·
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11 Billion Years of Our Universe’s History Were Missing… Until Now

We think it all started with a Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago. Just like that, the universe burst into existence, and we can still see the remnants of this event’s afterglow in the form of cosm...
27 August 2020 ·
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What Is a Gallium nitride (GaN) Charger?

Chances are, you don't think a whole lot about the charger you use to power up your phone, your laptop, or electric toothbrush. You plug it in, it clobbers your gadget with electronics, and a little w...
27 August 2020 ·
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Why Windows 95 is AWESOME (History and Features)

Happy birthday Windows 95. You introduced the world to the Start menu and so much more. Man, they grow up so fast. So today to celebrate this amazing occasion, we're going to time travel and take a lo...
24 August 2020 ·
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Android Beyond Phones, chromeos.dev, Go 1.15, and more!

This is your weekly update on the coolest developer news from Google.  This summer the Android folks have been working on 11 Weeks of Android. And this week the talk was all about going beyond t...
22 August 2020 ·
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2020 5K iMac vs 16" MacBook Pro: Best Value Mac in 2020?

Now that we now have the new 2020 iMac, some of you guys have been asking us to compare it to Apple’s 16” MacBook Pro to see how much more performance you can get if you choose the desktop route with...
19 August 2020 ·
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Why don't we have BIGGER CPUs?

Have you had a look at your motherboard lately? Even though the CPU is arguably your PC's most important component, it still has about as much space dedicated to it as it did in 1993. I mean, the ent...
18 August 2020 ·
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