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Corbin Davenport
Corbin Davenport

Corbin is a tech journalist and software developer based in Raleigh, North Carolina. He's also the host of the Tech Tales podcast, which explores the history of the technology industry. Follow him on Twitter at @corbindavenport.

Intel will soon produce chips for other companies, including ARM and RISC-V hardware

Intel has been struggling with its manufacturing capabilities for years, especially with its efforts to produce CPUs on a more-efficient 7nm architecture. However, Intel today announced a massive expansion in its manufacturing plans, which involves outsourcing some designs to other plants and becoming a factory for chips designed by other companies. The company's CEO Pat Gelsinger...

Qualcomm may be working on a Nintendo Switch clone with Android

The Nintendo Switch has been an incredible success, so much so that it has spawned many look-alike devices from countless manufacturers. Interestingly, it looks like the next Nintendo Switch clone may be coming from Qualcomm, producer of the chipsets found in most flagship Android devices. Android Police reported earlier today that Qualcomm is planning to release...

Samsung’s Chromebook 4 lineup is on sale, starting at just $200

Samsung doesn't produce as many different Chromebook models as companies like HP and Asus, but its Chromebook 4 lineup includes some of the best budget Chromebooks currently available. Now you can get all versions of the Samsung Chromebook 4, with either 11.6 or 15.6-inch screens, for $30 off the usual prices from B&H Photo. The cheapest...

TWRP officially arrives on four new devices, including Galaxy A10 and POCO X2

TeamWin Recovery Project, more widely known by its TWRP abbreviation, is the most popular custom recovery software for Android devices. TWRP allows you to do everything from flash custom ROMs to creating full backups, all in a few taps. The team behind the project just released a minor update a few days ago, and now...

Latest Moto 360 now receiving major Wear OS H-MR2 update

Motorola gave up on designing smartwatches years ago, but the Moto 360 product line lives on. eBuyNow released a new Moto 360-branded watch in January of 2020, which used Google's Wear OS operating system with few changes. There's now some good news for anyone with a newer Moto 360 watch — it's finally getting the...