Memory giant SK Hynix is making another run at consumer SSDs

(Image credit: SK Hynix) SK Hynix is best known as a supplier of both DRAM and NAND flash memory chips, and you may even own a kit of RAM, graphics card, or storage product that uses its stuff. For the most part, however, SK Hynix has been content to stay …

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Google Play Books is launching new beta features for true bookworms

Google Play Books isn’t the flashiest of Google’s services, but many frequent readers rely on it to keep all of their books, audiobooks and comics in one place and synced across devices. And the engineers in Google working on Play Books are just as serious about reading — and that’s …

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Get the New Nintendo Switch HAC-001(-01) With Gray Joy-Con For $299.99

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US Soccer, team talks break down; likely head to jury trial

Players for the World Cup champion women’s national team say mediation talks with the U.S. Soccer Federation in their dispute over equal pay are over. Molly Levinson, who represents the players in matters concerning the dispute, said in a statement Wednesday that the players look forward to a jury trial. …

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New Orleans Superdome to be renovated before 2024 Super Bowl

New Orleans’ Superdome, the iconic domed stadium that’s home to the Saints team, will be getting a $450 million facelift before it hosts its next Super Bowl in 2024. Upgrades to the 44-year-old stadium are part of Gov. John Bel Edwards’ ongoing negotiations with the NFL team, aimed at keeping …

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4 noteworthy new Chrome OS features coming your way right now

Android upgrades can often seem like an eternal waiting game, thanks to the role unmotivated device-makers play in the process — but with Chrome OS, it’s a completely different story. Chrome OS upgrades, y’see, roll out to every current Chromebook within days of their release, directly from Google and without …

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