Chuong Nguyen

Chuong Nguyen

Chuong Nguyen is a Silicon Valley-based technology reporter with a passion for gadgets.  He enjoys combining his passion for technology, travel, and photography, and on the weekends you can him exploring the coast with camera in tow, catching up on the latest headlines, relaxing with a Kindle, or taking a quick jaunt to California's famed wine country.

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What’s in your digital wallet: The 5 weirdest cryptocurrencies

Though cryptocurrency may sound like a big and serious topic, a few of its implementations are actually fun. From Shiba Inus to feline coins and everything in between, we've rounded up the most eccentric digital coins.
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PowerPoint is easier than ever with Microsoft’s new A.I. tools

Microsoft's new A.I. tools for Office 365 users make mastering PowerPoint presentations easier than ever. The tools help you create stunning layouts, deliver data with impact, and brush up your delivery skills with smart coaching.
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AMD's latest RX 5000 Navi graphics cards are incoming. Here's what to expect

AMD unveiled its first three Radeon RX 5000 GPUs: The RX 5700, Rx 5700 XT, and RX 5700 XT 50th Anniversary Edition. Starting at $379, these GPUs are designed on AMD's new Navi architecture to take on Nvidia's RTX 2070 graphics.
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This is how much Apple’s $6,000 Mac Pro would cost as a PC

Apple’s Mac Pro is arguably one of the most powerful workstations to launch in recent history, and its price reflects this. While you can buy a cheaper PC, you won’t be able to replicate Apple’s hardware customizations, nor run MacOS.
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Microsoft’s foldable patent paves way for a durable PC folding screen

A recently uncovered Microsoft patent reveals the company's work on making folding screens more durable. This could help make future Microsoft foldable devices, like the rumored Centaurus, less susceptible to screen damage.
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Can your internet connection handle game streaming on Google Stadia?

Google is making its Stadia game streaming service accessible to most gamers. Google announced that you'll need 10 Mbps internet speeds to get started for 720p streaming, and the service tops out with 4K gaming with HDR support.