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We’re All Gamers campaign to further empower women in the world of gaming
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After cutting some configurations of the 21.5-inch 4K iMac, Apple has now discontinued production of the iMac Pro.
An early review of the Intel Core i7-11700K, from a review unit obtained by Anandtech before the CPU officially launches March 30, shows the chip running hot, and sometimes running behind AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X.
GPU sales grew 20 per cent at the end of 2020, spurred by pandemic-induced gaming, a new mining craze, and huge demand for laptops.
Apple has confirmed that there's no default music setting in iOS 14.5, but it's beginning to teach Siri which apps we like to use.
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D-Link A/NZ has launched a new intelligent home security camera that offers smarter and simpler surveillance.
Back In January, Samsung showed off their latest MicroLED and NeoQLED TVs at this year’s all-digital CES. Now, they’re bringing their high-end home display technology to Australian consumers.
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