Intel’s 11th Gen desktop chips are finally here with its Rocket Lake-S products, which combine the best parts of Intel’s 14nm process with its 10nm designs for faster speeds — but with fewer cores than the 10th Gen designs.
There’s only one variant of the OnePlus 8 that will work on Verizon’s 5G UWB network, and B&H Photo is selling it for almost half off its original price. You can also save on Amazon’s Echo Dot smart speaker with a clock.
Users are reporting that the latest Windows 10 update is causing issues with printers from brands including Kyocera, Ricoh, and Zebra. While Microsoft looks into the issue, Reddit has generated some temporary solutions.
A Twitter bot, @MelodyBot3456, posts randomly generated music every hour, and I’ve been listening to its songs all week. The songs are often bizarre and regularly veer in unexpected and hilarious directions.
Microsoft’s Presenter Coach for PowerPoint has been available on the web for a while now, but it’s now coming to the desktop and mobile versions of the app. It promises to help you practice your presentation with the power of AI.
Geely, the largest private automaker in China, is launching a new premium electric vehicle brand called Zeekr. The company, which also owns Geely and a percentage of Daimler, is seeking to expand its EV offerings.
TikTok says it has “aggressively banned” numerous accounts and devices in Myanmar, in an attempt to curb misinformation and the spread of violent videos on its platform, mostly propaganda from pro-military entities.
Microsoft is going to adjust its release cycles for Microsoft Edge to match Google’s every-four-weeks release cadence for Chrome announced earlier this week. The change will go into effect with Edge 94, which is targeted for a September release.
HP has announced new models of its Envy x360 15 and Envy 17, portable workstations aimed at content creators, which start at $749.99 and $999.99 respectively.
Apple is suing Simon Lancaster, a former product design architect who worked at the company for 11 years, accusing him of selling trade secrets about unreleased Apple products to a media contact in exchange for favorable coverage.