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Intel Leaks (and Deletes) Thunderbolt 5 Speeds

A trip around various Intel research sites didn’t quite go as planned for Gregory Bryant, EVP, and GM of Intel’s Client Computing Group. The executive shared and then quickly deleted a photo that revealed that Thunderbolt 5 c…

Windows 11 Is Now Available as a Beta

Microsoft is moving full steam ahead on Windows 11. A month after its first “dev” release, Windows 11 is now available in beta form as of July 29, 2021. If you want to try Windows 11 but were intimidated by the dev channel wa…

Android 12 Has Windows Phone’s Best Idea

Android 12’s most noticeable feature is the new “Material You” UI with system-wide color theming. Simply change your wallpaper, and the phone’s UI matches the colors. A smartphone OS of yesteryear had a similar idea years ago…

What’s New in GNOME 40?

GNOME 40 has more than a new numbering scheme. Along with its new look comes a new way of working. The old vertical metaphors are gone, replaced by horizontal theming and layouts. Let’s take a closer look….

What’s New in Debian 11 “Bullseye”

Debian, the progenitor of many other Linux distributions, has made release 11 available in the testing stage. Are you weighing the virtues of upgrading, or are you just curious about the changes? Today, we’ll take a look at t…

What Is a Slack “Huddle” and How Do I Start One?

Clubhouse splashed onto the scene with “drop-in” voice-only group chats. Several services have introduced their own versions of this, including Slack. Here’s how you can use Slack for quick “huddles” with your team when you n…

What’s New in Chrome 92, Available Now

Google Chrome releases are now happening every four weeks, which is great for getting new features, but it means each version is lighter on those new features. Chrome 92, first made available on July 20, 2021, includes some i…
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