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Qualcomm validates Samsung’s LPDDR5X DRAM for Snapdragon chips

In November last year, Samsung announced the world's first LPDDRD5X DRAM chip for mobile devices. The new chip promises significantly faster data transfer speed while consuming less power than LPDDR5 RAM. We have yet to see a commercial phone with LPDDR5X RAM, but that may change soon as Qualcomm has now validated the new memory...

Corsair shows off its next-gen Vengeance DDR5 RAM kits

Corsair has joined the long list of manufacturers throwing their hats into the DDR5 memory module ring. Today, the company has given us our first look at the next-gen Vengeance DDR5 memory kits. The Twitter post showing off the kits, however, doesn't reveal any specifications. Corsair's post isn't turning many heads, and that's mainly due to...

Can I upgrade the RAM and storage on ThinkPad X1 Carbon?

The new Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon comes with a solid set of hardware features, making it a powerful business notebook. It's powered by the latest Intel 11th-gen Tiger Lake CPU options available with up to the Core i7-1185G7, along with 32GB of memory and 1TB PCIe SSD. Usually, notebooks of this size allow the option of...

First Look: Team T-Force Night Hawk DDR4 & Cardea m.2 SSD

Editor's Note: The items featured in this article were provided to us by Team Group for review purposes. As the season for new PC processors starts winding down, it's a great time to take stock of the hardware components that make a difference -- especially those that can alleviate potential bottlenecks. In late October, we received a...

Best Mods For The OnePlus 3

The OnePlus 3 is great. You may have seen the extensive review that was posted on XDA, but today we are going to talk about what you can do to make the OnePlus 3 even better. Let's go over some of the most common gripes of the phone and a few mods that can fix them. Screen Brightness Many...

How Google is Laying the Foundation to Kill Rogue Background Services

Google has major plans in the works to further improve the battery life of Android devices. In a talk during Google I/O (which you can watch below), the company shared their current and future plans with developers regarding optimizing for battery life. Google is planning on killing unbound background receivers and will force developers to coalesce their...