AMD's $749 Ryzen 9 3950X is the 'world's first' 16-core gaming CPU
Today during its E3 2019 press conference, AMD announced it's pushing gaming beyond 8- or 12-cores, with a new "best of the best" CPU. The "World's first…
Jun 10, 2019 23:57 UTC Technology Read More
Intel Agrees to Acquire Networking Startup Barefoot Networks
Intel is buying startup Barefoot Networks in a bid to scale up the smaller company's networking-chip technology and compete with Broadcom.
Jun 10, 2019 23:53 UTC Business Read More
iOS 13 health and fitness updates: will they be enough to get me back on track?
Activity Trends in iOS 13's Apple Watch Activity app are an overdue start to more robust coaching. James Martin/CNET I made an unfortunate discovery in the past year: I've gained weight. And yes, I did this while still wearing an Apple Watch throughout. I admit the blame falls squarely on me and not with the Apple Watch. Even though I weighed myself every day on a connected scale, I lost the thread on proper lifestyle and health practices. I let it go. That's why the improved features on Apple'sfitness and health platforms for WatchOS 6 and iOS 13 sound very compelling to me. Specifically,…
Jun 10, 2019 23:32 UTC Fitness Read More
When I Have No Time and No Equipment, I Do These 6 Oblique Moves to Torch My Waist
Besides helping with your day-to-day strength and mobility, carving strong obliques - the muscles along either side of your core - helps your midsection get tighter and more toned. Plus, working the sides of your core feels amazing. When I don't have time for a long workout, I'll throw in a couple of oblique exercises after my warmup and core activation moves, just to get that tight, toned feeling. These are the quick bodyweight moves I rely on to get my obliques burning: toss them into your core routine to feel strong and sculpted all through your waistline. Related: This 10-Minute Core Wo...
Jun 10, 2019 23:19 UTC Fitness Read More
Too Many People Are Making This Social Security Mistake
Today's workers have plenty of different opinions about how Social Security fits into their retirement plans. Some think it won't be there for them at all, which is untrue. But more troubling is that some think they can depend upon it to provide most or all of their income in retirement. Overestimating your Social Security benefit could lead to dangerous underestimates of how much personal savings you need to amass. This mistake is more common than you think. Americans overestimate the average Social Security benefit by 28%, according to a recent Nationwide survey, and an alarming 26% of th...
Jun 10, 2019 23:14 UTC Personal-Finance Read More
Pentagon eyes ketogenic diet in bid to build more lethal warriors
Ditching carbs may be the key to military success in America's future wars. Top Pentagon officials say research has shown that human bodies in ketosis — the…
Jun 10, 2019 23:12 UTC Health Read More
Rainbow Six Quarantine Is A PvE Siege Spin-Off Coming In 2020 E3 2019
Move over Rainbow Six Siege. Ubisoft is producing a second R6 game with a completely different focus: three-player PvE co-op.
Jun 10, 2019 23:05 UTC Technology Read More
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