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Thursday May 31, 2018. 04:51 PM
Buy something else. Possibly anything else. The post Atari Console Crowdfunding Campaign Crashes IndieGoGo Because People Are Idiots appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Intel has unveiled a new tier of Optane storage -- one designed to bridge the gap between volatile and non-volatile memory and create a new class of 'Persistent' memory in the process. The post Intel Announces New Optane DC Persistent Memory appeared first on ExtremeTech.
We're enthralled by the idea of cars that can whisk us anywhere without us lifting a finger, but in the meantime some of the early efforts are making what seems like a rookie mistake and plowing into parked vehicles. We look at why. The post Why Self-Driving Cars Keep...
Wednesday May 30, 2018. 09:31 PM
Starting today, you can pre-order the Moto G6 on Project Fi. In the coming weeks, you'll also be able to get the LG G7 ThinQ and LG V35 ThinQ on Fi. The post Google’s Project Fi Adds Moto G6, LG G7 ThinQ, and LG V35 ThinQ appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Looking for an affordable Android tablet? For a limited time, you can pick up a refurbished 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A for just $99.99 – 44 percent off of the list price. This deal ends soon though, so don't hesitate to get your order in. The post ET Deals: Refurb Samsung ...
In some cases, the support reps who were let go spent their final weeks of employment training the new unpaid volunteers. The post Microsoft Replaces Xbox Support Reps With Unpaid Volunteers appeared first on ExtremeTech.
You probably haven't encountered any robots from these firms, but it's only a matter of time. The post The Most Promising Companies in Robotics Engineering appeared first on ExtremeTech.
LG thinks it has a way to reduce the nausea many experience when gaming in VR, thanks to the use of AI to slash photon latency and frame times. The post LG Develops AI to Combat Virtual Reality Nausea appeared first on ExtremeTech.
There's some interesting construction projects taking place around the world, including five coming online in 2018. The post Cutting-Edge Construction Projects From Around the World appeared first on ExtremeTech.
AMD is sourcing 7nm from TSMC and GlobalFoundries because it expects to have more need for 7nm volume than GF can supply. The post AMD Needs More 7nm Capacity Than GlobalFoundries Can Provide appeared first on ExtremeTech.
A team of engineers from MIT have developed a new compression wrap that tells you precisely how tight it is with the aid of color-changing fibers. The post MIT Engineers Create Compression Bandage with Color-Changing Fibers appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Tuesday May 29, 2018. 10:50 PM
Star Citizen's financial campaigns are back in the news, this time for a $27,000 pack that costs a bit less than your average new car. The post Star Citizen Unveils $27,000 Content Pack, Because of Course appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Did you miss out on all the deals that happened during the long Memorial Day weekend? Don't worry, the folks over at our sister site TechBargains have put together a list of some of the best deals that are still available for purchase. From 4K TVs to portable jump-starters,...
If nothing else, Quantic Dream knows how to grab attention. Even though this studio is best-known for turning mundane tasks like twisting doorknobs into game mechanics, there's a level of fidelity in its recent works that is undeniably eye-catching. And despite Detroit:...
The company started by offering almost impossibly cheap phones with flagship-level specs -- it cheekily called its second phone a 'flagship killer.' But now the $530 OnePlus 6 is encroaching on flagship territory itself. The post The OnePlus 6 Is Good, but It Won’t Kill Any...
It is not uncommon that you might need to reboot your router because of some error or bug, but it's not often that you need to reboot it in the name of national security. The post Federal Authorities: Reboot Your Router to Stop Russian Malware appeared first on ExtremeTech.
New tech and new laws are combining to make hearing augmentation easier to get, as well as more affordable. We tested the Nuheara IQBuds Boost, one of the first examples of this new class of hybrid listening and hearing devices called hearables, on an extended road trip to...
The Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event didn't just kick off a short-term apocalyptic winter -- it may have turned the planet's thermostat up dramatically for a hundred thousand years. The post Dinosaur-Killing Impact May Have Superheated Earth’s Atmosphere for 100,000...
Facebook is reportedly going to start building its own hardware for content monitoring and real-time filtering. The post Facebook to Build Its Own Silicon for Real-Time Content Filtering appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Anyone still smarting over Pluto's demotion to dwarf planet has a reason to perk up. There's some evidence that the planetoid didn't form through the standard process and may instead be the remains of up to a billion comets, smashed together. The post Pluto Might Have...
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