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Qualcomm’s first Wi-Fi 6E chips are here – The Verge

Qualcomm announced its first 6GHz Wi-Fi 6E chips for phones and routers under the FastConnect series and the Networking Pro series. Both are supposed to be shipping in 2020.

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Qualcomm is announcing its first chips with support for Wi-Fi 6E, the brand-new version of Wi-Fi that should be faster and more reliab…

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Logitech’s new MX Anywhere 3 mouse has buttons to control Zoom calls – Engadget

As someone who’s used to a larger mouse like the MX Master 2s, the Anywhere 3 felt small at first.

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As far as design goes, the MX Anywhere 3 is almost exactly the same size as the Anywhere 2s but it has new silicone side grips and a slightly higher bump on its back that helps it fit into your palm a bit more easily. As someone who’s used to a larger mouse like the MX Master 2s, the Anywhere 3 felt small at first. However, it didn’t take long for my hand to adjust and make good use of those side buttons — not only during video chats, but also while side-scrolling. You can side-scroll with the m…

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Don’t buy a new MacBook or Windows 10 laptop yet — here’s why – Tom’s Guide

Intel Tiger Lake promises a big graphics boost for WIndows 10 and MacBook laptops

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It’s not a good time to buy a new Windows or macOS laptop. The incoming Intel Tiger Lake processors are promising not only a boost in CPU performance but a serious hike in graphics power. And early tests of the chip are proving its worth waiting to buy a laptop with them in. 
Tech YouTuber The Tech Chap got his hands on a pre-production model of an MSI Prestige 14 with an Intel Core i7-1185G7. Thats the most powerful chip in the Tiger Lake linue up and comes with Intels new Xe integrated graphi…

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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Brings In Master Chief To Help Throw The First Pitch At Mariners Game – GameSpot

This virtual first pitch for the Mariners featured an iconic Xbox hero.

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Baseball season in the US has resumed amid COVID-19 restrictions with a few changes, one of which is the new virtual first pitch–a filmed segment in which a guest or celebrity makes the traditional first pitch without actually attending the game. The Seattle Mariners got Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, to make the first pitch for a game–and he brought some guests along.
In the video below, Nadella, who is pitching to former Mariners player Dave Valle, calls in Halo’s Master Chief and several…

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