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Here’s how to fix your NAS if Windows 10 or 11 broke its functionality

Network-attached storage is great until it isn’t. When access to your files suddenly goes down, the fixes sometimes can be time-consuming, especially when related to a failed disk. Fortunately, that’s not necessarily the case if you’ve just moved from Windows 8.1 (or older) to a newer version of Windows. If you’re encountering an error when …

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Tesla Cybertruck won’t enter mass production until 2024

You might not want to count on getting a Cybertruck this year despite promises to the contrary. During a conference call discussing Tesla’s latest earnings, company chief Elon Musk said mass production of the electric pickup won’t begin until 2024. He still expects manufacturing to kick off “sometime this summer,” but warned that output would …

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Best Windows Hello webcams 2023: Bring biometric login to your PC

Best Windows Hello webcams 2023: Bring biometric login to your PC | PCWorld Skip to content <!– –> Image: Rob Schultz / IDG Specialized Windows Hello biometric webcams that both log you in to your computer and make you look great on video calls are undeniably useful work-at-home accessories. And now, in 2023, they’re much …

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Samsung’s first flat screen mini-LED monitor looks absolutely stunning

Samsung recently announced the launch of the Odyssey Neo G7, which is a flat mini-LED gaming monitor. If you’re wondering what all the hullaballoo is about, listen up. Mini-LED monitors are a fantastic choice for gaming because there’s hardly any burn-in issues, the image quality is simply superb, and their eye-searing brightness can’t be matched. …

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Microsoft DirectStorage slashes the RTX 4090’s speed by 10%

Microsoft’s long-awaited (perhaps-revolutionary) DirectStorage technology finally arrived on the PC this week in Forspoken. Initial testing reports showed encouraging yet mildly perplexing results, with some sections of the game loading in under two seconds flat and continues from your last save point being virtually instantaneous. Yes please! But it appears there’s a tradeoff: Your in-game …

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DARPA wants AR goggles to help soldiers with complex tasks

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Apple’s Studio Display drops to a record low price at Amazon

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Amazon’s Blink Wired Floodlight Camera is now available for $100

One of Amazon’s home security companies, Blink, unveiled its first wired floodlight camera during the e-commerce giant’s fall event last year. Now, the smart security camera is finally available, and you can get it from Amazon’s website for $100. While most of Blink’s products are small, battery-powered devices, this one connects to your home’s existing …

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CNET had to correct most of its AI-written articles

CNET has issued corrections for over half of the AI-written articles the outlet recently attributed to its CNET Money team. Following an internal audit after it was first notified of an AI-written article with substantial errors, CNET Editor-in-Chief Connie Guglielmo says the publication identified additional stories that required correction. She claims a “small number” needed “substantial …

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