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  1. Intel has rebranded its future process nodes and shared an update on manufacturing improvements it expects to introduce over the next four years.

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  2. The PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier is a battery-powered mask meant to minimize the inconveniences of frequent face mask use. Now, a built-in mic and speakers will amplify the user's voice.

    The post LG’s Battery-Powered Mask Will Contain Mic, Speakers appeared first on ExtremeTech.

  3. Today you can get Apple's premium wireless AirPods Pro headphones with a $60 discount from Amazon. This makes these high-end earbuds just $189.00, which is one of the lowest price we've seen on them to date.

    The post ET Deals: Apple AirPods Pro for $189, Apple iPad Air 64GB 10.9-Inch Tablet for $499 appeared first on ExtremeTech.

  4. Credit: John Burek

    What kind of performance should we expect from Alder Lake? Recent rumors have been all over the map.

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  5. The 2021 Google Software Engineering Manager Prep Bundle is on sale for $39.96, meaning you can fill gaps in your knowledge, learn more about the complex world of software engineering, and become better at what you do. 

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  6. Form Energy believes it can commercialize new, cheaper, battery tech. While we've heard that one before, the company has a better argument for itself than most.

    The post Battery Startup Claims Dramatic Improvement in Industrial Battery Life appeared first on ExtremeTech.

  7. It's not very powerful, but it could be integrated into almost anything without fear of snapping it in half.

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  8. Steam deck. Image by Valve.

    Valve claims the Steam Deck hasn't met a game it can't handle. The company may well be telling the truth.

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  9. A new project from Durham University, Princeton University, NASA, and others envisions a cheaper way to get telescopes into almost-space. It's called SuperBIT, and instead of rockets, it relies on balloons. 

    The post SuperBIT Will Send Telescopes to the Edge of Space With a Giant Balloon appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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    The degree of interest varies by country, but overall, the shift marks an 11 percent jump in EV interest from the same company's study last year.

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