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    Intel’s Partners Are Allegedly Hesitant to Sell Arc GPUs



    As Intel inches closer to the launch of its Arc discrete graphics cards, one question remains paramount: Which companies will sell them? Will we have the usual options ranging from Asus, Gigabyte, MSI, and others? According to new reporting from Igor’s Lab, that might be a bridge too far. It also just might be part of Intel’s plan.

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    Nobody Seems to Care About Netflix’s Games



    Netflix may have big hits like Stranger Things and Squid Game, but it’s seeing its first subscriber losses in its history. One of the ways Netflix hopes to staunch the bleeding is with a cache of mobile games accessible only to Netflix subscribers. However, app tracking data shows that under one percent of Netflix subscribers are playing those games.

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    Samsung’s Odyssey Ark Is a Glorious, 55-inch 4K Gaming Monitor, With a Price to Match



    After making an appearance at CES in January, Samsung’s latest and greatest gaming monitor is available for pre-order today, but it’s far from an impulse purchase. The Samsung Odyssey Ark is a 55-inch gaming monitor with every feature you’d expect and several you would not, and it breaks the bank at $3,500. But you’d be hard-pressed to find a monitor that takes gaming more seriously.
    The Odyssey Ark sports a 1000R curved screen, which by itself is not new. However, at 55 inches, the curve does reportedly fill your peripheral vision. It supports HDR 10+ with up to 1,500 nits of brightness, which is extremely high for such a large screen. With a refresh rate of 165Hz, your games should look silky smooth, assuming you have enough GPU power.

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    2024 Acura ZDX Will Be the Brand's First EV


    Acura will launch its first fully electric vehicle in 2024, and when it arrives, it'll have a familiar name: ZDX. Acura on Thursday confirmed it'll resurrect the name of its old love-it-or-hate-it SUV for this brand-new EV, and the company said a higher-performance ZDX Type S variant is in the cards, as well.

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    IPhone 14: Design Changes to Expect at Apple's Sept. 7 Event

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    Apple might be rolling out a new look for its iPhone line at its September event.

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    Apple's iPhone 14 May Be More Expensive Than We Thought



    Will Apple keep the costs down for its next iPhone lineup, or will that rumored price increase come true? The iPhone 14's arrival is likely right around the corner, with Apple's next launch event set for Sept. 7, which means we should find out soon. The successor to the 2021 iPhone 13 is expected to bring a slew of upgrades, from a notchless display to a 48-megapixel camera on the Pro models. Apple may also ditch the iPhone Mini in favor of a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, if the leaks and rumors are to be believed.

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    Apple Might Use ‘Reality’ Naming Convention for Its Mixed Reality Devices



    It’s been previously reported that Apple has been working on a mixed reality device for over seven years now. Incredibly, we still have no firm launch plans or any definitive details about the mysterious device. However, recent trademark filings by law firms allegedly associated with Apple give us a clue about possible naming conventions.Previously it had been reported Apple was working on an operating system for the clandestine headset named Reality OS (rOS).

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    Facebook Parent Meta Aims to Fuel VR Ambitions With Latest Acquisition



    Facebook parent company Meta purchased a Berlin startup to help fuel its virtual reality ambitions.

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    Purported Apple Watch Pro Renders Suggest Extra Button



    Images appear to show a larger screen, as well. If Apple does plan to release an Apple Watch Pro this year, we'll likely find out about it at the company's "Far Out" launch event scheduled for Wednesday.

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    Intel Confirms New Details for Arc GPUs, Says It Will Launch ‘Very Soon’



    The Intel PR team is still making the rounds with popular YouTubers, and recent interviews shed some light on the company’s launch plans for its Arc discrete GPUs. The PR duo of Tom Peterson and Ryan Shrout confirmed new details in recent appearances, and stated Intel’s GPUs will launch “very soon.”

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