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Apple becomes first U.S. company to reach $3 trillion market cap
Apple's Upcoming AR/VR Headset to Feature Three Displays - MacRumors
Sony gives first details on next-gen PSVR2 headset for PS5 | TechCrunch
Sony announces the world’s first QD-OLED 4K TV, coming later this year - The Verge
Samsung is putting NFTs in its smart TVs | Engadget
The RTX 3090 Ti is NVIDIA’s new-new flagship GPU | Engadget
Intel Announces 12th Gen Core Alder Lake: 22 New Desktop-S CPUs, 8 New Laptop-H CPUs
Intel Demos Lightning Fast 13.8 GBps PCIe 5.0 SSD with Alder Lake | Tom's Hardware
AMD Announces Ryzen 6000 Mobile CPUs for Laptops: Zen3+ on 6nm with RDNA2 Graphics
Samsung’s new TV remote uses radio waves from your router to stay charged - The Verge
YouTuber figured out Asus Z690 Hero motherboards melted down due to backward capacitor - The Verge
Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 found a weird new place to add a second screen, and we're into it - CNET
30% of supported Surface devices don't have Windows 11 driver packages yet - Neowin
Mercedes-Benz boasts 620-mile range for its latest EV concept | Engadget
Chevy Silverado EV revealed: GM’s best-selling truck goes electric - The Verge
BMW debuts its new color-changing paint technology at CES: E Ink - The Verge
This Keyboard Lets People Type So Fast It’s Banned From Typing Competitions
Report: Meta pulls the plug on its AR/VR operating system [Updated] | Ars Technica
New solar roof emulates asphalt shingles, right down to the nails | Ars Technica
Lawsuit: Google, Apple Violate Antitrust Laws | PYMNTS.com
RIP Popcorn Time -- 'Netflix of piracy' is no more
ASML reports fire in Berlin factory • The Register
Sanction-hit Huawei says revenues down 29% this year | Huawei | The Guardian
Libraries demand a new deal on ebooks
Activision goes to court to stop Call of Duty cheat software | Ars Technica
Amazon’s Fallout TV series is about to enter production | Ars Technica
Amazon’s Fallout TV series is about to enter production | Ars Technica
Tech Startup Wants To Gamify Suing People Using Crypto Tokens