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Monday March 27, 2017. 04:01 PM
Last week, United States and United Kingdom officials announced new restrictions for airline passengers from eight Middle Eastern countries, forbidding passengers to carry electronics larger than a smartphone into an airplane cabin. Now The Guardian reports, citing a...
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There is nothing miniature about Doctor Who. Except these new releases from Warlord Games. The pewter and plastic models span more than 50 years of stories and characters—including the Doctor himself, as well […] The post It’s Daleks vs. Cybermen in New Miniatures Game...
    Geek - Mar 27, 04:00 PM
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Who left the lights out? The post The New Justice League Trailer Packs In Everything Wrong with DC's Dark Movie Universe appeared first on WIRED.
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The Sony PS4 Pro is a more powerful version version of the traditional PlayStation 4 game console. Besides having more horsepower, it can output 4K video. Sony's console only does UHD through streaming apps, such as Netflix. Unfortunately, it cannot play 4K Blu-ray discs...
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AI is starting to worm its way into our homes and workplaces, but a new study reveals that many consumers are currently unaware of the role it already plays in their lives. The survey of almost 2,000 US consumers by predictive sales platform InsideSales.com shows that in...
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Enlarge / An artist's conception of an SLS launch. (credit: NASA) After President George W. Bush announced a plan to return to the Moon and move on to Mars in 2004, NASA began to consider how best to carry out that vision. Although there were some promising private-sector...
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Please join us March 28 for a timely Webinar about mobility and security in retail
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Real-time strategy makes an explosive return to the Halo universe with Halo Wars 2: Ultimate Edition, included as a full game download for Xbox One and Windows 10. This bundle also comes with the Halo Wars 2: Season Pass, featuring six months of additional content, plus Halo ...
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The stentor is one of the strangest, most mysterious organisms on Earth, and it just might be swimming in a pond near you. The post Stentors: The Tiny Giants That Ink Like Squid and Regenerate Like Wolverine appeared first on WIRED.
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Microsoft's anticipated Spring hardware launch is unlikely to feature the Surface Book 2. So what else might be on the docket?
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GameStop's weak fourth quarter could lead to more store closures this year, as the company retrenches around profitable businesses and away from shrinking physical game and console sales. The post GameStop’s revenue craters on weak fourth-quarter sales, will close more stores...
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Do you have an old iPad that's tossed in a drawer somewhere, or sitting on a shelf gathering dust? If you do, you're not alone! Here's how to integrate your old device back into your workflow again.
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Flag Waver accepts uploaded images or URLs and turns them into an on-screen waving flag. There are advanced options for wind and hoisting! Sadly, you cannot export or save animations.
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With the Alta HR, Fitbit updates its most stylish tracker with continuous heart rate monitoring, better battery life, and smarter sleep tracking. Fashion-conscious self-quantifiers: This may be the device you've been waiting for.
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SXSW, a place where Joe Biden speaks and movies about Vine-star gorillas exist. Ars' Joe Mullin, Nathan Mattise, and Sam Machkovech share some highlights (film and otherwise). (video link) AUSTIN, Texas—South by Southwest's film schedule refuses to hold your hand. While...
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A weirdly fascinating single-serve site: How many places are named Pittsburgh? (Spoiler: three!) There are 15 New Yorks, 29 Londons, 53 Parises, 248 San Franciscos and 320 San Antonios. But there is only one Truth or Consequences.
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A group of Windows 10 users have brought a new lawsuit alleging Microsoft's upgrade destroyed data and damaged hardware.
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Open the door, get on the floor. The post Walk The Dinosaur is the Funniest Song of All Time appeared first on Geek.com.
    Geek - Mar 27, 03:00 PM
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Spanish architect David Romero is resurrecting Frank Lloyd Wright's lost buildings one hyper-realistic rendering at a time. The post Beautiful Renderings Resurrect Frank Lloyd Wright's Demolished Buildings appeared first on WIRED.
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Video shot/edited by Jennifer Hahn. (video link) Making an accurate wristband heart rate monitor, let alone one that's also comfortable and stylish, is challenging. Fitbit's latest attempt to strike that balance is the $150 Alta HR. A near mirror-image of the original...
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