Updating Microsoft Teams will ensure that you never miss vital information

In an upcoming update, Microsoft Teams will get a welcome increase in accessibility by customizing the way video transcription works with recorded meetings. Entry added to the company Microsoft 365 roadmap (opens in a new tab) describes how “Transcription will be turned on together with recording if” Auto Record “is turned on”. This means for […]

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The rumor surrounding multiple Intel Arc GPUs stirs up excitement before it’s shot down in flames

Intel Arc graphics cards have been severely disappointing since they arrived on the desktop – also only premiered in China – but there has just been a brief wave of excitement around the rumor that Team Blue may have an ace up its sleeve. Unfortunately this did not happen. The ace in question was multi-GPU […]

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Hogwarts Legacy’s release date has been announced, which is disappointing

We recently heard that Hogwarts Legacy, a Harry Potter RPG set in the Victorian version of the wizarding school, will be released around Christmas 2022. However, publisher Warner Bros. has revealed the final release date of Hogwarts Legacy, and we have bad news. Yes, the Harry Potter game has been paused again and will not […]

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Dolby says two-thirds of Billboard’s top 100 artists are now available on Atmos

The future of how we listen to music seems to be increasingly associated with immersive audio, after the Dolby report claimed that there is a growing number of famous artists offering their music in Atmos format. As reported A musical allywhen talking about earnings in the company (opens in a new tab) Earlier this week, […]

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Are the free games worth the money?

Everyone loves the freebie and the free game, well, it’s like a warm hand on your back and a voice in your ear saying, “Come on. You deserve it.” But is that voice a devil or an angel? Are free games all they are? Why can you complain about something that costs you nothing? But […]

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Watch out for Nvidia – AMD’s new RDNA 3 GPU leak promises big things

Rumor has it that AMD’s next-gen graphics cards are slightly different than previously expected in terms of specs, and will undergo a new leak – and while some of the claims made in this new leak are a bit disappointed, there’s really nothing to worry about. Indeed, Nvidia will likely be worried about some of […]

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7 new movies and TV shows on Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max and more this weekend (July 29)

After Netflix’s giant pace last Friday with The Gray Man, there’s nothing quite as action-packed or as expensive this weekend, but there’s still tons of new shows and movies to watch via the likes of Netflix, Prime Video, and HBO Max. The biggest releases of the week are the new supernatural drama Prime Video Paper […]

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US federal courts hit by “extremely significant” cyberattack

The 2020 cyberattack on the US federal court system turned out to be far more damaging than initially believed, and now a US congressman has called it “incredibly significant and sophisticated.” AND hearing (opens in a new tab) In the Chamber of the Judiciary, Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) touched on a data breach that was […]

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The demand for energy in data centers means that new homes can no longer be built in London

Developers in some parts of London may face a new investment ban by 2035 as data centers consume too much grid power. According to sources reported by Financial times (opens in a new tab)The Greater London Authority (GLA) wrote to programmers that it could take “more than a decade” for power to go to zero. […]

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Intel closes its Optane memory business

Intel intends to shut down its Optane memory business, thereby incurring a $ 559 million inventory write-off. Optane is a type of storage system designed to increase the performance of SATA hard drives (HDDs) and slower SSDs by combining storage and RAM. Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger attributed the decision to close Optane to a broader […]

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