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Electric cars are already common on the road, with a growing number of all-electric models on the market. The electric effect is now in full swing, with established brands committing to offering a broader range of pure electric cars in the future. Those that rely heavily on diesel are seeing sales decline – with a 2030 deadline in regions like the UK to phase out combustion cars. Prices are falling, models are diversifying, and it’s all happening in tandem with increased investment and network expansion. Prices are falling, models are diversifying, and it’s all happening in tandem with increased investment…

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The Apple iPhone 14 Pro joins the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, and iPhone 14 Pro Max in the company’s 2022 lineup, and it offers significant improvements over its predecessor. It also deviates significantly from its standard sibling, the iPhone 14, more than in previous years. In the past, the camera was the main reason to buy the Pro models, but this year it’s so much more. The iPhone 14 Pro is now the most cost-effective option. Here’s our review. Our quick take The Apple iPhone 14 Pro is unquestionably the most intriguing of the four new iPhone 14 models.…

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If you enjoy a good microscopic comparison, nothing beats releasing a new Call of Duty game to get forensic with – the minutiae of recoil models and movement techniques all become crucial. Modern Warfare 2 has more community hype than any recent COD release and the promise of an effective franchise reboot, all while Xbox’s buyout of Activision continues in the background. We’ve been putting in the hours on the MW2 beta to give you our thoughts on how it’s shaping up. All Change, No Change We’ve obviously only had a chance to play Modern Warfare 2’s multiplayer modes so…

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Quordle #239 is here. And the answers are… Given that Quordle is similar to Wordle but much more difficult, there’s no shame in looking for the daily Quordle answers for game #239. Quordle has four solutions to find each day, so ‘answers’ plural. If you haven’t played it yet, you should because it’s four times as entertaining as the original viral word game. However, it is arguably four times as difficult because you only have nine guesses to find the quartet of words. (Of course, some days Wordle is more difficult — though today’s Wordle answer isn’t too bad.) It,…

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After the success of its predecessor, the Surface Pro 8, a year ago, the Microsoft Surface Pro 9 is presumably in the works. We’ve already heard a few encouraging reports about what to expect from the next big thing in Microsoft’s Surface Pro line of 2-in-1 Windows laptop/tablet hybrids. The most recent model (pictured above) is still one of the best 2-in-1 laptops available, but if you read our Microsoft Surface Pro 8 review, you’ll know there are a few flaws Microsoft could address to make this a truly exceptional 2-in-1. But enough about the Surface Pro 9 upgrades we…

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The short answer is no. There is only one difference between the Oculus Quest 2 vs Meta Quest 2. It has nothing to do with price, resolution, refresh rate, features, accessories, storage, battery life, comfort quality, or other technical specifications. It’s only a name change. The only fundamental differences between the Oculus Quest 2 and the re-branding were changes to the software’s logo and name. The physical device is identical to the original and re-branded versions. The same storage options are available at the same prices. On both VR headsets, you can play all of the best VR games either…

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Quarter after quarter, electric vehicle sales set new highs. In the first half of 2022, over 300,000 EVs were driven off the lot and onto the streets in the United States alone. Naturally, these EV sales beg the question: Which one should you buy? With so many options, it can be difficult to narrow things down. Particularly with so many cool, new, and exciting EVs being announced daily. Consider the Toyota bZ3 vs the Polestar 2. How do these two pioneering electric vehicles stack up against one another? And who deserves your money the most? It’s important to note that…

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In this article, we compare AMD’s new Ryzen processors: the Ryzen 7 5800X vs the Ryzen 9 5900X. AMD has significantly improved with each new iteration since the first Ryzen series CPUs were released in 2017. If you’re looking for a new processor for gaming, video editing, or other intensive tasks, the Ryzen 7 5800X and Ryzen 9 5900X are both excellent options. It’s critical to understand AMD’s processor lineup when comparing two processors at this level. The Ryzen processors are classified according to their performance and price. The Ryzen 3 series processors are designed to compete with Intel’s budget…

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In April, AMD released one of the most unusual desktop processors the company has offered to upgraders and PC builders in recent years—we’re not talking about the 3D V-Cache-based Ryzen 7 5800X3D. The AMD Ryzen 5 4500 ($129) is a new CPU with old architecture. It’s also one of AMD’s Ryzen 4000 series’ only two consumer-oriented desktop processors. To make matters worse, the chip is based on one of AMD’s Accelerated Processing Units (APUs, chips with on-chip graphics) but lacks the APU’s integrated graphics. When all of this is considered, the Ryzen 5 4500 is an outlier in AMD’s product…

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Are you the type who will wait until the newest generation of components is released before purchasing the previous generation? That was the best budget-friendly option until three years ago, but after the great GPU shortage and scalping era, that may no longer be the case. Prices are only now returning to “normal,” and the once-trustworthy used market has devolved into a wasteland of abused mining cards and 10-year-old cards fetching five times the previous price. Don’t be discouraged if you want to save money by purchasing a few generations behind the latest. The GTX 1080-Ti may still be a…

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