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Samsung inching closer to its 1PB SSD dream according to latest co-authored paper premiering critical information

1PB, or 1000TB, seems like an enormous amount of storage, especially considering that it takes the average user a significant number of files, contents, and games to fill just a couple of TBs. However, the pursuit of denser flash chips…

Samsung and SK Hynix shutting down DDR3 production very soon to focus on HBM3

Although DDR5 hasn’t yet fully replaced DDR4 as the dominant DRAM technology, the 17-year-old DDR3 is reportedly being phased out by major industry players Samsung and SK Hynix. Following writing done by IT Home, the second half of 2024 will…

Tesla’s Model 3 RWD 110 variant is now available for preorder in Singapore from S$186K+

Tesla Singapore has announced the beginning of preorders for the Model 3 RWD 110 which offers better value in the increasingly competitive EV market. Carrying an updated exterior styling, the aerodynamics are further geared for the country’s vehicular landscape for…

SAPPHIRE collabs with 11 Bit Studios to breath some Frostpunk 2 aesthetics into a Radeon RX 7700 XT

SAPPHIRE has introduced a new GPU, selecting the Radeon RX 7700 XT for a special release in collaboration with 11 bits studio. This card features Frostpunk 2 aesthetics on the backside, embodying the game’s iconic “red hot rusty metals amidst…

“El Clasico” G.SKILL Ripjaws series is back with a new model – Ripjaws M5 RGB DDR5

G.SKILL has expanded its Ripjaws family of DRAM products with the new M5 RGB series DDR5 sticks. The initial release includes kits up to DDR5-6400 CL32-39-39-102 96GB in a 2x48GB configuration, available in Matte Black and Matte White. These sticks…

Intel Thunderbolt Share cable-to-cable feature revealed aimed to link 2 Windows PCs with high speed transfers, direct screen share, and more

Out of nowhere and perhaps a solution to a problem that no one really thought about much, Intel decided to make Thunderbolt much more useful aside from being labeled as a “High-speed file transfer tech for folks who can shell…

Google and STB is back with another round of AR Singapore Tour that is now easier to use and more expansive

Just about 3 months ago, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB)’s collaboration with Google made touring local landmarks more interesting with the power of AR was apparently well-received enough to call for another round of enhancement, bringing more locations and better…

S$1,989 and S$689 are the prices of the new Sony Xperia 1 VI and Xperia 10 VI goes for in Singapore

About a year ago, the 5th generation of Sony’s Xperia 1 and Xperia 10 was launched but Sony Singapore is clutching close this year as they released the new Xperia 1 VI and Xperia 10 VI just at the right…

New AMD Ryzen 7 8700F and Ryzen 5 8400F offers yet another “no iGPU” option for budget gamers

For those who always maximize their PC budget by only purchasing and utilizing what they need, the new AMD Ryzen 7 8700F and Ryzen 5 8400F CPUs are ideal choices, because if you have a discreet GPU, there’s no way…

Nothing Ear (a) Review: Striking Aesthetics Meet Impressive Sound

In an increasingly crowded market of wireless earbuds, the Nothing Ear (a) manages to stand out, not just for its unique design but also for its solid performance across various fronts. Having spent a considerable amount of time with these…

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