Nvidia’s Jensen Huang once again claims Moore’s Law is dead

Why it matters: Earlier this week, Nvidia pulled back the curtain on the much-anticipated RTX 40-series graphics card lineup. To no one’s surprise, the new additions to the RTX family bring consumers significant increases in capability, power draw, and, unfortunately, overall cost. According to Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang, the trend of chips and other components … Read more

Low Performance after Windows 11 2022 Update? Here is the fix

On Friday we reported that many people have an issue with slow framerates after upgrading to Windows the 11 2022 update in combination with a GeForce Graphics card. NVIDIA just issued a fix. That fix does require GeForce Experience to be installed though.  Issue:  Some users may observer lower performance in games or … Read more

Trombone Champ’s triumph is making failure fun in a rhythm game

Everyone’s talking about Trombone Champ. Not since Untitled Goose Game have I heard this much excited chat about a game from pals who don’t usually talk about games. This is because: 1) it’s a fun silly idea; 2) it’s very funny to miss a trombone note and squeal out a farty toot in the middle of Also Sprach Zarathustra. As I play Trombone Champ myself, I come to really appreciate that. It’s a rare rhythm game where playing badly doesn’t frustrate or berate me, because the worst-case scenario is making fart noises, and fart noises are funny.

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Fitbit users will be signing into Google in 2023 • The Register

As part of its takeover of Fitbit, Google will begin requiring customers to use Google accounts to manage their fitness-tracking devices, reigniting privacy concerns over the acquisition in 2019. As of now, owners of Fitbit devices maintain a separate online account that isn’t connected to Google, except where users have granted third-party app permissions to … Read more

Mozilla calls out Microsoft, Google, Apple over browsers • The Register

Firefox maker Mozilla is taking aim at Microsoft, Google, and Apple for using their operating systems to steer users to their browsers and stacking the deck against rivals who lack the same OS advantages. Like, for instance, Mozilla. Having these few large companies dominate such an important tech market – Mozilla refers to browsers and … Read more

Seasonic Intros New Vertex PSUs

Seasonic Electronics., Co., Ltd. is announcing the new VERTEX Series of power supplies developed and constructed to power new PC components demanding the new ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0 standards seen in most next-gen systems. SEASONIC officially launches Vertex series PSUs, consistent with ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0 standards The PSU has a significant function … Read more

Are you tempted by this app that links video and 3D mapping of your rides? Plus new stuff from Shimano, Pirelli, Endura & loads more

We have a bumper edition of Tech of the Week for you, starring big names like Shimano, Pirelli, Endura, and Brooks, but we’re starting with an app that lets you check out video footage of your favourite rides linked to a 3D map of your route. Bring routes to life with new Terra-DV app A new … Read more