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    Kevin Gabeci

    I'm a developer with a passion for writing. I have been a blogger for a long time and I still have the same energy and enthusiasm for writing tech that I had in the beginning.
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    New Samsung Flagship Might Support 65W Fast Charging

    Samsung just got the certification for a 65W charger, and this could be applied potentially to the new flagship device. Whether it...

    How To Speed Up Windows 10

    Windows 10 has been around for a while now and has solidified its place as one of the best operating systems. However,...

    The Budget Phone with 90Hz Display and 65W Fast Charging for Under $240

    With those features and that price, some of you might think that I have miss clicked but that's not the case. Realme announced its budget series Narzo 20.

    Google Discontinues Paid Chrome Extensions

    Google made an announcement recently that is discontinuing the paid Chrome extensions. Earlier this year Google suspended the paid extensions for a short time and now they are going to make that change permanent it seems.

    How to Monitor PC Temperature on Windows 10

    In this how-to article, we will explain why it's important that you monitor some parameters of your computer, such as the temperature of CPU or GPU. Alongside the explanation, we will show you step by step how you can do it as well.

    What to Expect from the New Apple Watch

    The Apple September event presented some major news about the Apple Watch fans as announced two new models. The Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE. Let's look at what makes them stand out from the older models and hat new features they have.

    Nvidia is Buying ARM from SoftBank for $40 Billion

    The previous rumors about this situation have been correct since now Nvidia has confirmed its intentions of buying the processor architecture company ARM. The purchase of ARM Holdings from the current owner, which is SoftBank, will be valued at $40 Billion. The boards of directors from NVIDIA, Arm, and SBG approved the acquisition, which is expected to be accretive to NVIDIA’s non-GAAP earnings per share and non-GAAP gross margin.