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The backpack contains a laptop, which can process images from a front-facing camera. The system can then tell the wearer about their surroundings.

40 minutes ago By Michael Kan

Intel-Powered Backpack Can Help Blind People Navigate Their Surroundings

Netflix’s spring offerings include action, comedy, and even a show designed to help you sleep better.

2 hours ago By K. Thor Jensen

What's New on Netflix in April 2021

You probably have more time than ever to catch up with Netflix. Here are the movies and TV shows you should add to your watchlist before they disappear from the video-streaming service.

2 hours ago By K. Thor Jensen

Everything Leaving Netflix in April 2021

The retailer plans on featuring the PC hardware on a dedicated web page. But for now, the Nvidia RTX 3000 GPUs, and many other PC products, are listed as unavailable.

4 hours ago By Michael Kan

GameStop to Sell PC Hardware, Including RTX 3000 Graphics Cards

Retailers can continue to sell any download cards they have left in stock, but the supply will dry up fast.

6 hours ago By Matthew Humphries

Retail Codes Allow Super Mario 3D All-Stars to Be Sold After March 31

The strategy allows Intel to release competitive products using manufacturing from rival foundries as it plays catch-up in the chip wars.

6 hours ago By Michael Kan

Intel's 7nm PC Chip Will Arrive in 2023 Using TSMC's Tech

The biometric data will be stored by Amazon and can be shared with third-party service providers.

7 hours ago By Matthew Humphries

Amazon Drivers Must Sign a Biometric Consent Form or Lose Their Job

OS X may be retired, but it deserves to be remembered. Take a trip back with these 14 key milestones in the double-decade history of the operating system that helped transform a nearly bankrupt Apple into a trillion-dollar company.

8 hours ago By Michael Muchmore

Mac OS X Turns 20: A Look Back at the Operating System That Helped Save Apple

In our testing, DirectX 11 gaming performance with AMD’s late-model RDNA 2-based Radeon graphics cards has proven to be uneven. Can AMD’s SAM tech (and a sizable overclock) come to the rescue?

9 hours ago By Chris Stobing

Play Older PC Games? Think Twice About AMD's RDNA 2 Cards

The internet has allowed many to stay safer and saner during COVID-19, and many of us want to keep it that way.

9 hours ago By Chandra Steele

Some Online Behaviors Will Stick Around After the Pandemic, and That's a Good Thing

If everything goes to plan, Ingenuity could start flying next month.

9 hours ago By Stephanie Mlot

NASA Prepares for First Ingenuity Helicopter Flight on Mars

Tesla has no intention of cashing in any Bitcoin it receives as payment for vehicles. ‘Bitcoin paid to Tesla will be retained as Bitcoin,’ Elon Musk says.

10 hours ago By Matthew Humphries

You Can Now Buy a Tesla With Bitcoin

Parent company Cineworld Group also inked a deal with Warner Bros. to show 2021 movies alongside HBO Max.

10 hours ago By Stephanie Mlot

Regal Cinemas Phased Reopening Begins in April With Godzilla vs. Kong

The experimental new feature will be used for product advertising and video recommendations.

11 hours ago By Matthew Humphries

YouTube Can Now Automatically Detect Products in Videos

The company is spending $20 billion to build two new fabs in Arizona to support the foundry business. Intel is hoping even Apple will one day become a client.

23 hours ago By Michael Kan

Intel to Build Chips for Other Companies With New Foundry Business

A new Nvidia chip and 4K output are some of the rumored specs for the Nintendo Switch ‘Pro’ upgrade. Here’s what we know, what we don’t, and what we can intelligently guess about Nintendo’s next game console.

1 day ago By Will Greenwald

The New Nintendo Switch: Everything You Need to Know

The upcoming films will release on Disney’s streaming service on the same day they debut at physical theaters. But you’ll have to pay a $29.99 Premier Access fee to watch them.

1 day ago By Michael Kan

Black Widow, Cruella Land on Disney+, in Theaters the Same Day (If You Pay Extra)

As the FCC strives to create more accurate broadband maps, a new complaint form gives consumers a chance to tell the agency how bad the broadband is in their area.

1 day ago By Michael Kan

Got Terrible Internet Speeds? The FCC Wants to Hear About It

Development of the Android and iOS ports was halted in December before the project got canceled in February.

1 day ago By Matthew Humphries

Square Enix Cancels Mobile Versions of Final Fantasy XI MMO

Asus also says it may raise prices even more on the company’s graphics cards during this year’s first half, citing the ongoing supply shortage.

1 day ago By Michael Kan

Asus Indicates Supplies of Nvidia's RTX 3000 GPUs Have Decreased