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Russia Dismissed 6 Commanders Due To Army's 'Poor Performance' In Ukraine: UK Intel

Russia has dismissed six commanders due to their "poor performance" in the war in Ukraine, according to British intelligence. As per the British intelligence update published Sunday, the dismissed commanders included General-Colonel Aleksandr Chayko of the Eastern Military District; General-Colonel Aleksandr Zhuravlev of the Western Military District; General Aleksandr Vladimirovich Dvornikov, who was given overall command over the invasion; and General Gennady Valeryevich Zhidko of the Southern Grouping of Forces.
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ZDNet

HP's back-to-school sale offer: $350 off the HP ENVY laptop

As summer comes to a close, the minds of parents and students alike begin turning to the next academic year and what gear they need for going back to school. In the modern-day classroom, technology often replaces pen-and-paper, handwritten assignments, and even classes themselves. In the aftermath of the pandemic, students now need a laptop and stable internet connection to complete tasks, attend teaching sessions over Zoom or Microsoft Teams, communicate with their classmates, and conduct research.
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The Verge

Intel launches Arc Pro GPUs that are designed for workstations and pro apps

Intel is launching its Arc Pro series of GPUs today, designed primarily for powerful desktop workstations and laptops. The Intel Arc Pro A40 and A50 will both be available for workstations, while the A30M will be available in pro-focused laptops. All three GPUs are capable of hardware-based ray tracing and AV1 hardware acceleration — and are designed with AI tasks and creator apps like Adobe Premiere Pro in mind.
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Digital Trends

Intel Arc Pro is real — three new workstation GPUs revealed

Intel has three new graphics cards coming up, but they don’t include the gaming Arc Alchemist that you probably had in mind. The company has just announced the Intel Arc Pro A-series, a new discrete graphics card line made for professionals. Announced during SIGGRAPH 2022, the range includes the...
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Intel gets serious with its Arc Pro A-series GPUs

In a surprising move given the state of the graphics market right now, Intel has unveiled its professional graphics card line-up (opens in new tab). Covering both mobile and workstations, the new Arc Pro GPUs are aimed squarely at professionals and will be looking to get the all-important certification from leading professional applications.
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Intel Arc was doomed from the start, and MSI’s new GPU won’t change that

MSI has revealed its first Intel Arc GPU, a low-profile graphics card containing the budget-friendly Arc A380 board - the same somewhat-underwhelming GPU that has already been launched in China by manufacturers Gunnir and ASRock. The MSI A380 is currently only available in pre-built PCs, showing up in a sensibly-priced MSI gaming desktop on Chinese online retailer Tmall.
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Why now is actually a great time to build a new PC

Earlier this month, my colleague Jacob Roach wrote an article about how right now is one of the worst times to build a PC in quite a while, not because prices are terrible right now (they’re not), but because the next generation is just around the corner. New CPUs and GPUs will force retailers to sell older models for less, buying DDR4 for dead-end platforms is a bad idea, and DDR5 will continue to fall in price as we await the arrival of Ryzen 7000 and Intel Raptor Lake. If you can just wait a few months for the next generation, you’ll be much better off, or so the argument goes.
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Intel: Forcing A Bottom For Long-Term Dip Buyers

Intel put up a horrid show for investors for Q2, as macro headwinds and execution issues led to a battering that sent INTC back to levels last seen in 2017. But, management is confident that Q2/Q3 could be the eventual bottom for its financial model. It also reiterated the long-term guidance at its February Investor Day.
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HP’s Envy x360 Convertible Laptop is currently receiving amazing discounts

We have great news for those interested in purchasing a new Windows laptop, as the latest available at Amazon.com will let you take a new HP Envy x360 Convertible 15-inch Laptop for as low as $700. This deal will get you a model powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 5825U processor, 8GB RAM, 512GB storage space, and AMD Radeon graphics on its Nightfall Black Aluminum color variant. This version of the HP Envy x360 would normally sell for $960, which means you can save $260 upon purchase after receiving the latest 27 percent discount.
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