TechSpot's top security stories of 2022: Vulnerabilities wait in the wings
Staying safe online is no easy task
Falling demand for hardware hits TSMC as Nvidia, AMD, others slash orders
Economic downturn finally catches up to TSMC
TechSpot's top big tech stories of 2022: Why is Amazon building CPUs?
Consumers are becoming more aware of personal privacy
You should probably update your Netgear router ASAP
Two dozen security alerts in one day affecting many routers, range extenders, and Wi-Fi systems
Opera GX: A browser for gamers and enthusiasts
Set limits on CPU, RAM, and Network usage, use Discord & Twitch from the sidebar, and connect mobile and desktop browsers.
TechSpot's top mobile stories of 2022: Closing the book on 3G
Mobile innovation is still alive
Cyberattacks could soon become impossible to insure
In the grim dark future of cyber-warfare, there is no insurance
Small nuclear reactors could solve data centers' sustainable power problem
Less refuelling but more waste than standard reactors
Forward-looking: Data centers have become a massive industry, but many of them aren't very environmentally friendly due to their huge power demands, which are often met through the burning of fossil fuels. One proposed answer to this problem is for the facilities to use their own sustainable power sources in the form of miniature nuclear reactors.
Researchers propose infrared popcorn popper
Infrared requires less energy than microwaves or air poppers
New Stalker 2 gameplay trailer looks amazing
Get ready to return to the zone
HandBrake debuts AV1 encoding integration
Handbrake 1.6.0 introduces support for several new video encoders including much anticipated AV1 encoding, as well as VP9 10-bit, H.264 levels 6, 6.1, 6.2, and more improvements.
AMD says it is aware of Radeon RX 7900 XTX temperature issues, advises owners to contact support
Team red says 110 degrees Celsius is the normal junction temperature
Frore's active cooling chips promise to double laptop CPU performance
Something to look forward to: Heat is one of the biggest obstacles affecting processor performance, and dispersing it becomes harder on smaller devices. A San Jose company headed by tech industry veterans claims its upcoming product line can innovate mobile cooling and unlock significantly more performance in laptops and other small computing devices.
New York becomes first state to sign right-to-repair legislation, but some R2R advocates are not impressed
Last minute changes made the law only applicable to devices made after the law takes effect next year
Microsoft Office deal is down to $29 for a lifetime license
Over 90% off the regular price for Office, available for Windows and Mac
MSI to release B760 motherboards that can overclock locked Intel CPUs
Leaks also include the MSRPs of upcoming B760 boards
TechSpot's top car tech stories of 2022: Autonomous driving aids get a failing grade
Fossil fuels are on the way out
Amazon's drone-delivery service rolled out in California and Texas
Service is limited to two towns for now, but Amazon will establish more hubs over time
A YEAR IN TECH
Year in Review:
Our Top Tech Stories of 2022
Graphics card sales reach lowest point since 2005
AMD RDNA 3, Intel Arc & Nvidia Ada Lovelace
AtlasOS repackages Windows 10 for gamers and potato PCs
The History of the Modern Graphics Processor
Microsoft makes using formulas in Excel easier, adds new features
Steer clear of this $50 Apple Watch Ultra clone
You get what you pay for
Elden Ring voted the game most people completed, and quit, this year
Which camp are you in?
AI-assisted code can be inherently insecure, study finds
Programmers must be educated about strong coding practices
The Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti looks set to arrive with a $799 MSRP
It's still very expensive
Rumor mill: Nvidia looks set to finally unveil the RTX 4070 Ti, aka the rebranded RTX 4080 12GB, on January 3. The card's specs are all but confirmed, but one question gamers still want answered is the price, and how will it compare to the card that team green unlaunched? According to the latest reports and rumors, the next Lovelace entry will land at $799.
Desktop graphics card sales reach lowest point since 2005
Nvidia increases dedicated GPU market share to 86 percent
Lawsuit claims the Apple Watch blood oxygen sensor has a racial bias
The sensor is said to be ineffective when used on darker skin tones
TechSpot's top tech culture stories of 2022: Not sure if pregnant, or smuggling hundreds of CPUs
Truth is stranger than fiction
Declining VR headset sales could spell bad news for the metaverse
Should Meta be concerned?
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TSMC set to begin mass production of 3nm chips
Apple to get first dibs on 2023 TSMC 3nm wafers
AMD slides reveal January 10 launch date for non-X series Ryzen 7000 CPUs
Should you get the X anyway?
TechSpot's top hardware stories of 2022: Pushing Moore's law to the limit
Hardware, our lifeblood
Nintendo did plan a Switch Pro, but the console was canceled
The Wii U effect?
The matchbook-sized Arduboy Mini 8-bit console blasts past its Kickstarter goal
It costs $29 and comes with 300 pre-installed games
Check out AtlasOS, a redesigned Windows 10 version for gamers and potato PCs
A stripped-down Windows 10 mod with questionable security choices
In brief: The market of "modified" Windows versions has been around for a while. AtlasOS strives to be the "best" version of Windows 10 for gamers – or for hardware platforms which are a bit out of date to properly run a modern OS.
Researcher buys US military device containing sensitive biometric data for $68 from eBay
Don't leave memory cards in the devices you sell
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