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Gary Sims

Gary has been a tech writer for over a decade. Prior to that, he had over 10 years of experience as a software engineer. If you are reading this, you should also check-out the Gary Explains YouTube channel!

Gary's Posts

Apple says ‘bye-bye’ to Intel, and more news from Gary Explains

Apple abandons Intel, Poco F2 Pro vs Xiaomi Mi 10, and more — here is the top news you need to know from Gary Explains.
Gary SimsJuly 1, 202052 shares

Qualcomm brings the Snapdragon 865 to the robotics world

The Robotics RB5 is Qualcomm's new robotics platform with industrial-grade temperature ranges from -40°C to 105°C.
Gary SimsJune 17, 2020175 shares

Ray tracing is coming to mobile, and more news from Gary Explains

Ray tracing is coming to mobile and our Windows Terminal review — here is the top news you need to know from Gary Explains.
Gary SimsJune 15, 2020137 shares

Top 11 Raspberry Pi projects for everyone

Here is a look at the best Raspberry Pi Projects for beginners, advanced users, and kids.
Gary SimsJune 15, 2020222 shares

Should you switch to the Brave Web Browser?

Brave is a browser with a built-in ad blocker. It blocks all ads and bad cookies, so that you can surfer the web quicker.
Gary SimsMay 25, 2020200 shares

Tested: Is a $400 iPhone SE really faster than the most powerful Android phone?

Apple's CEO claims that the $400 iPhone SE is "faster than the fastest Android phones." Is that true? Let's find out.
Gary SimsMay 22, 20202787 shares

Synology NAS review: Four bays are better than two

I recently needed to buy some more storage and I opted to get a Synology DiskStation DS420j NAS. Here is what I found out.
Gary SimsMay 21, 202052 shares

Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX review: Redefining GPU accelerated machine learning

The Xavier NX development kit allows you to use Nvidia's machine learning module for product development and as a desktop.
Gary SimsMay 14, 2020190 shares

Gary Explains: 3 things you should know about the AV1 codec

AV1 is a video codec that both Netflix and Google plan to use in the future. Here are three things you should know about it.
Gary SimsMay 12, 202062 shares

Red Magic 5G review: Big on gaming, small on everything else

The Red Magic 5G is a solid gaming phone with a 144Hz display, trigger buttons, and active liquid cooling.
Gary SimsApril 14, 202070 shares
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