It looks like gone are the days when a new generation of hardware actually meant a new generation of hardware.
Take the recent launch of the
This is a troubling pattern; yet, it hasn't stopped any of the tech majors from stepping in and bringing their house into order. With others behaving this way, can you really blame
Yes, Team Blue launched their 14 series of processors last week, and boy, where do we even begin with this one. As Gamer Nexus
Not only do they perform just the way their preceding processors did, they also cost just about the same, with one key difference: they chug a
Whether the 15-series processors will be good, only time will tell.
Tesla, X, and Everything in Between 🚗
It was Musk season again this past week, with one or the other of the billionaire's companies in the news.
Kicking off with some earnings news this past week,
The carmaker saw its profit decline despite generating more in sales during the three month period ending Sept. 30, 2023: $23.4 billion versus the $21.5 billion it generated in the third quarter of 2022.
The Cybertruck is supposedly scheduled to begin deliveries on Nov. 30 but Musk has been a little shifty on the whole thing, telling investors that Tesla had
Meanwhile, Musk's X is planning to
The company also plans to launch two new tiers of premium subscriptions as it figures out ways to monetize the platform.
Of the two tiers, one would be a lower cost with all features but no reduction in ads, while a more expensive version will come with no ads baked in.
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