Microsoft to head off the EU's January deadline with concessions to secure its Activision acquisition
A hot potato: The US / China tech clash is entering an even more heated phase, with the FCC acting as a hammer against Chinese companies making network and telecom devices. They're an unacceptable risk to national security, the FCC claims.
The problem with gaming laptops these days is not their lack of power or hefty size, it's that there's so much choice: Intel or AMD? Team Green or Team Red? Faster display or higher resolution? To help you pick the laptop most suited to your needs, we've updated our recommendations with the latest and greatest.
Nvidia might have killed off the RTX 2060 and GTX 1060
Amazon shopping has gotten worse 'thanks' to ads
China and the US have plans for nuclear-powered moon bases
Europe's biggest battery storage system goes online early
Gabe Newell: PC's openness enabled the Steam Deck
Study shows 50% of repair shops snooped on customer devices
The big picture: Google and Microsoft are two of the largest cloud-focused companies in the world, always competing to win more customers in the enterprise space. There's one thing, however, the two corporations agree on: the need to radically change the environmental impact their always-growing data centers are having on the world.
TechSpot Video Great Games to Play on Laptops and Low-end PCs
Facepalm: A good social media account manager can improve their employer's public image through thoughtful interaction with customers. But there's a vital distinction between giving an intelligent response to a genuine complaint and calling someone a "milkshake brain." Unfortunately for EA, its Need for Speed account chose to throw said insult at a fan, prompting an apology from the company.
In context: Samsung will use its most advanced manufacturing process to make chips for four well-known technology companies. The race to overtake TSMC as the world's largest chip foundry is on, while geopolitical conflicts are tearing the old economic balance apart.
#ThrowBackThursday Most people who hear the word "Nokia" associate it with mobile phones, but there's a convoluted history to tell since the company's humble beginnings over 150 years ago and many reinventions.