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Intel Ghost Canyon NUC teardown reveals removable “The Element” module inside

Intel’s upcoming “Ghost Canyon” NUC is expected to be one of the most powerful mini computers from the company to date. Expected to be powered by a 45 watt, 9th-gen Intel Core H-series processor, the small form-factor computer will be aimed at gamers, and it includes a PCIe x16 slot for a discrete graphics card. […]

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Intel unveils a modular PC platform that could launch early next year

Technically, most desktop PCs are modular — you can open the case and replace memory and storage, add a graphics card, maybe replace the processor, and swap out various other components. But Intel is showing a new platform that would make it even easier to swap out parts. Sort of. AnandTech reports that Intel unveiled […]

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Now you can buy a TV with Amazon Fire TV software baked in

It’s been a few years since Roku started partnering with TV makers to sell smart TVs that use Roku’s user interface. Now Amazon’s Roku rival is following suit. The first smart TVs to use Amazon’s Fire TV user interface are available for pre-order for $450 and upĀ and should begin shipping in June. First announced at […]

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Closer look at Element’s Smart TV with Amazon Fire OS and Alexa

The first smart TV sets powered by Amazon Fire TV software are coming this year. Today Amazon announced that we’d see 4K televisions from Seiki, Westinghouse, and Element Electronics later this year. They all feature the same software that runs on an Amazon Fire TV… plus a few extra features including support for watching live […]