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How to open the Nvidia Control Panel

The Nvidia Control Panel allows you to access all the features of your graphics card, so knowing how to open the Nvidia Control Panel allows you to quickly change your monitor and graphics card settings. Although the Nvidia Control Panel isn’t readily apparent on your desktop, opening it is simple. We have a handful of […]

What does GPU stand for?

When you’re shopping around for a new laptop or desktop, it can be helpful to know a little about the important internal components that help such devices perform as well they do. This way, you can figure out if the computer you’re considering purchasing has the right specs for how you intend to use the […]

Why you shouldn’t roll the dice on a secondhand GPU

A surge of graphics cards on secondhand marketplaces has brought down GPU prices a lot, but when shopping on sites like eBay, Mercari, and Facebook Marketplace, you’re playing Russian Roulette. Palit Microsystems, a Taiwan-based graphics card maker, says that graphics cards that have been run in crypto farms can drop as much as 10% of […]

How to watch the 2020 Tokyo Olympics track & field

Whether it’s heart-pounding races between the fastest people in the world or watching incredible high jump and pole vault maneuvers, track and field — aka “Athletics” — has to be one of the most satisfying parts of the summer games to watch. And as the finals approach, the events become more and more exciting: Top […]

MacBook Pro 15 vs. MacBook Pro 13: Which should you

When Apple brought out the MacBook Pro 16 in November 2019, it phased out the 15-inch MacBook Pro entirely. However, there are still reasons to get the 15-inch model — not least because retailers are likely to offer deep discounts now that it’s been discontinued. However, if you’re comparing MacBook sizes, you may also be […]

World’s most powerful tidal turbine begins generating electricity

A massive tidal turbine said by its maker to be the world’s largest has started generating power. Linked to the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney just off mainland Scotland, the 74-meter-long, 680-ton O2 turbine will harness the power of ocean currents to meet the annual electricity demand of around 2,000 U.K. homes over the […]

Fortnite challenge guide: Ignite enemy players or enemy player structures

The newest set of Fortnite challenges is here, this time for season 7, week 8. For the most part, these challenges shouldn’t cause you too much trouble, as long as you know where to go. Arguably the most difficult one of the week is for igniting enemy players or enemy player structures. The reason this […]

Fortnite challenge guide: Emote in front of a camera at

It’s time once again for the newest batch of Fortnite challenges, this time for season 7, week 8. Compared to the rest of this season, the challenges for week 8 are relatively straightforward, with only a few that should cause any issues. One you might be stuck on is emoting in front of a camera […]

B&O Beoplay EQ hands-on review: Big buds, even bigger sound

Bang & Olufsen has announced the Beoplay EQ, its first pair of true wireless earbuds with Adaptive Active Noise Cancelation (AANC). This clever technology uses the microphones and speakers inside the earbud to adjust the ANC in real-time, based on the ambient sound in your surroundings. Think of it as a more personalized version of […]

Apple shows how to shoot ‘otherworldly’ Night mode shots on

Apple has shared a new video featuring ideas on how to get “otherworldly” images using the iPhone camera’s Night mode setting. Night mode launched with the iPhone 11 in 2019 to help you get better shots in low-light conditions. Many Android handsets have offered a similar feature for several years now. Apple’s video focuses on […]