Nvidia RTX 4090 GPU is on sale now – but you can’t buy one

Nvidia’s RTX 4090 doesn’t hit shelves until October 12, which is still a few weeks away, and yet it looks like at least one person managed to buy the GPU sooner.

As VideoCardz (opens in new tab) reports, in Hong Kong a retailer is selling the Gigabyte RTX 4090, with evidence provided in like HK (opens in new tab) (an online forum in Hong Kong, which is essentially like Reddit). This includes photos, and many of them, showing the Gigabyte Gaming OC 4090 graphics card in question.

Amazon is holding an Alexa and Ring event – expect new Echo smart speakers

Amazon has announced that it is hosting an event for its Ring devices, services and products that will take place at 12:00 ET / 17:00 BST on Wednesday, September 28 (2:00 AEST, September 29) – tomorrow at the time of this writing.

The event doesn’t come completely out of nowhere. Amazon usually hosts a product launch around this time every year, with similar announcements taking place in 2020 and 2021. Based on its history, we can expect the retail giant to reveal new entries in its best lineup of smart speakers – the Amazon Echo – and from him calling out Ring out by name, we imagine we’ll see a new best video doorbell or better home security camera enter the picture too.

iOS 16 continues to drain my iPhone battery – but is there a fix on the way?

Since iOS 16 was released for the iPhone 8 and up, users have continued to complain about faster battery drain since updating to the latest version of iOS – including me on my iPhone 13 Pro.

The latest update brings widgets to the lock screen, so you can place a weather or countdown widget there, and pressing it will launch the app in question, while choosing different fonts and colors to make the screen look block your.

Netflix has a bold new plan to make you love its games

Netflix is ​​moving full steam ahead with its mobile gaming ambitions despite low subscriber engagement in the small library of titles released so far.

The streaming giant has revealed plans to launch its own in-house game studio in a bid to lessen reliance on third-party developers. Based in Finland, the as-yet-unnamed studio will be led by former EA and Zynga executive Marko Lastikka, and will join Next Games and Night School Studio on the streamer’s already-owned developer roster.

This Leaked Xbox Series X Controller Skin Looks Incredibly Tasty (Literally)

A New Xbox Series X Controller Skin | S was leaked online, but it looks like it would be more at home in a candy store than a game store.

Mineral Camo Xbox Wireless Controller was briefly listed by Canadian retailer Microplay and discovered by Twitter user @ALumia_Italia (opens in new tab). ONE second listing (opens in new tab) it was also seen on French retail chain Fnac, before both pre-order pages were taken down.

Why Intel Raptor Lake’s Disappointing Laptop CPU Benchmarks Don’t Add Up

Intel’s Raptor Lake processors for laptops have been spotted in some leaked benchmarks, giving us a potential idea of ​​their performance – and at first glance it looks seriously disappointing, but there’s more to it than meets the eye, as we’ll discuss shortly.

First, let’s look at the benchmarks themselves, which are of mobile CPUs running on a Samsung laptop. Namely, the robust Core i9-13900HK and Core i7-13700H both appeared in Geekbench 5, as Benchleaks highlighted in a couple (opens in new tab) of tweets (opens in new tab) (through Wccftech (opens in new tab)). Treat all of this very cautiously, as with any spilled benchmark.

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Updated Splatoon 3 mobile app with brilliant new time saver

I have a feeling you’re going to love this new update to the Splatoon 3 mobile app, which introduces a delicious new time-saver feature.

The Splatoon 3 mobile app is already great, offering a lot of add-on features to bolster your Nintendo Switch shooter experience. This latest update, however, adds a lovely time-saving feature as you can now add various Splatoon 3 widgets directly to your phone’s home screen.

Nreal brings its AR glasses to iPhones and Nintendo Switch, but it’s not cheap

Nreal’s impressive AR glasses – the Nreal Air – are heading to the US along with a new adapter that will make the specs compatible with a number of new devices.

Launching today, the Nreal Air AR glasses will be available on Amazon for $379. These glasses connect to a compatible smartphone via a USB-C cable and virtually project a screen in front of you. Along with the surround sound provided by the speakers on the glasses arms, the Nreal Air glasses make it feel like you’re watching one of the best shows on Netflix or playing an Xbox Game Pass game in your own private cinema.

Windows 11 22H2 suffers nasty bug that crashes some PCs with Intel CPUs

Windows 11 22H2 is causing a few issues here and there, first and foremost for gamers with Nvidia graphics cards – although this issue now has a fix – and we are now hearing a nasty Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) glitch that is plaguing some unfortunates .

A BSoD is a glitch that completely affects your PC, requiring a hard reset, and the problem affects those with the Intel Smart Sound Technology (SST) audio driver. Specifically, it’s an incompatibility issue that the Windows 11 update has with certain versions of the Intel SST driver on 11th generation processors (Rocket Lake, the generation before current Alder Lake chips).

The latest rival to the Dyson cordless vacuum is a household name… and man

Numatic, which makes the popular Henry line of vacuum cleaners, has jumped into the cordless vacuum market with a new addition to its lineup, the Henry Fast.

We are excited to introduce Henry Quick to the Henry range, bringing a new cordless vacuum to the UK’s favorite vacuum brand. Henry was always powerful, reliable and the perfect all-rounder; now Henry Quick offers a handy addition for quick cleans with more capacity than most leading vacuums and completely dust-free emptying.


Many people will be familiar with the brand’s range of anthropomorphized vacuums, with the original Henry being joined by Hetty, James and George.