The US Electrical System is Not 120V

The US Electrical System is Not 120V

Technology Connections explains that the US electrical system is more than 120V, despite what you may have heard. As for me, I rather enjoy central... Details
Converting Devices to USB Type-C

Converting Devices to USB Type-C

USB Type C is great until you have to use dongles. DIY Perks shows us how to fix this. Get those soldering irons ready! Details
How DNS Works

How DNS Works

Speaking of infrastructure, did you ever wonder how do websites marry up to their IP addresses? Dr Mike Pound explains the Domain Name System –... Details
The $300 Million Cable Between New York and Chicago

The $300 Million Cable Between New York and Chicago

Half as Interesting explores the hardware and networking infrastructure behind the financial system. Details
Will Gallium Nitride Electronics Change the World?

Will Gallium Nitride Electronics Change the World?

Silicon may be at the heart of most gadgets, but it's not the only semiconductor around. Gallium nitride has been getting a lot of attention... Details
DFI GHF51 Review (Smallest RYZEN SBC)

DFI GHF51 Review (Smallest RYZEN SBC)

Novaspirit Tech checks out the world first 1.8" ryzen powered SBC. It even slightly smaller then the raspberry pi packing a ryzen r1606G @ 2.4... Details
NVIDIA DeepStream on Azure IoT Edge

NVIDIA DeepStream on Azure IoT Edge

Speaking of NVIDIA, Microsoft Developer takes a look at the latest device in the NVIDIA Jetson line of GPU-accelerated IoT devices, the Jetson Xavier NX.... Details
NVIDIA DGX A100 Intro Video

NVIDIA DGX A100 Intro Video

NVIDIA’s DGX A100 is the world’s first 5-petaflops system. It packs the power of a data center into a unified platform for AI training, inference,... Details
NVIDIA GTC 2020 Keynote in 10 minutes

NVIDIA GTC 2020 Keynote in 10 minutes

Engadget edited down the NVIDIA GTC 2020 to 10 minutes to capture the highlight and Jensen Huang has a cool looking kitchen. Details
File Systems Explained

File Systems Explained

ExplainingComputers works through the mystery of file systems in his lastest video. NTFS, FAT32, exFAT, ext4 and APFS are just some of the file systems... Details