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mercredi 26 avril 2017, 21:30
Doctors in the Netherlands are now testing a new type of prosthetic 'click-on' arm that is connected to the patient's existing nerves. It needs a little help from Bluetooth, but the end result is a prosthetic controlled with the mind. The post New Prosthetic Arm Powered by...
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If you're on the fence about the Nintendo Switch, you might just change your mind by the time the weekend rolls around. On April 28th, an updated version of Mario Kart 8 is being released on Nintendo's new hybrid console, and it's getting rave reviews. The post Mario Kart 8 ...
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48-volt electric turbochargers and motor generators can yield big savings. A $2,000 investment might increase fuel economy 20 percent. The post Why Cars Are Moving to 48-Volt Electrical Systems appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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Verizon gave itself a hearty pat on the back earlier this week as it rolled out a new gigabit tier of its FiOS internet service. The new option, Verizon said in the press release, would only cost $70 per month. This isn't exactly a lie, but it doesn't get the whole truth...
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Seagate and DJI have partnered to create a drone-friendly hard drive. The well-named Fly Drive bakes in a microSD slot so you don't need to worry about carrying a reader into the field. The post Seagate Launches Drone-Friendly DJI Fly Drive appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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One modding team is working on implementing Fallout New Vegas in the Fallout 4 engine, but a total conversion is outside the scope of the current project. Early work still looks gorgeous and hopefully one day we'll see an updated version of Obsidian's RPG. The post One...
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mardi 25 avril 2017, 22:25
AMD's new Radeon Pro Duo isn't as fast as the Radeon Pro Duo it launched last year -- but it does offer 4x the RAM, a significantly reduced price, and much lower power consumption. The post AMD’s New Radeon Pro Duo is Slower, Cheaper Than Its Predecessor appeared first on...
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Waymo, which was spun-off from Google X's self-driving car project, has started offering regular folks a lift in its driverless vehicles. The post Waymo now offering free rides in self-driving cars for Phoenix residents appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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SK Hynix has announced production on GDDR6 with launches expected in early 2018 -- but wasn't HBM2 supposed to obviate the need for higher-speed conventional memory? The post SK Hynix Will Launch GDDR6 in 2018, But What About HBM2? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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Amazon is studying self-driving vehicles. The goal (probably): Amazon's own fleet of self-driving vehicles to speed delivery. Pretty soon, no more need for UPS or FedEx. The post Amazon Ponders Self-Driving Vehicles for More Efficient, Cheaper Delivery appeared first on...
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Whether you want to strike out on your own on the app store or start a career in software engineering, you're going to need to learn to code. Today, SkillWise is offering up ten beefy courses that will help you navigate the fundamentals of modern programming. The post ET...
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A new show from National Geographic will focus on the life of Albert Einstein, showcasing him as both an older and younger man, and with an eye towards his personal life -- not simply his scientific endeavors. The post New ‘Genius’ Television Series Will Explore the Twists a...
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Polish adventurers took a trip to Pripyat just ahead of the 31st anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, to see if any of that ancient Soviet tech still worked. It did. The post Someone Turned the Lights On in Pripyat, 31 Years After Chernobyl appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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You can learn some things from 'speed test' videos, but not as much as you'd expect. The post Why Smartphone Speed Tests Don’t Tell You What You Think They Do appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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lundi 24 avril 2017, 21:19
Intel's new Optane drives, based on 3DXPoint memory, are finally available, but the consumer performance may not be quite what enthusiasts had hoped. The post Intel Optane Review Roundup: Next-Generation Memory Standard Earns Lukewarm Reception appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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Google announced a new and improved VR video rig called the Yi Halo. It can film multiple 4K video streams simultaneously, then feed it all into Google's special video processor to create a VR experience. The post Google Unveils Stunning 17-Camera VR Video Rig appeared first ...
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The creators of Facebook Spaces seem to have overlooked the most basic draw of virtual reality -- that is, the freedom to explore and create environments that don’t correspond to anything remotely real. The post Facebook’s First VR World Is a Hideous Bride-of-Frankenstein...
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Built atop elements of the BitTorrent protocol, Hajime is an arguably gray-hat botnet with a few remarkable quirks in its code. The post Meet Hajime, the IoT Botnet Built to Vaccinate Your Devices Against Mirai appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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If Project Scorpio is as beefy as Redmond is promising, there's no doubt that developers will be able to create some gorgeous console games. However, we're hoping that many current Xbox One games will get some much-needed attention as well. Today we're calling out the ten...
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Scientists have been sounding the alarm about the buildup of space junk for years, a point that was reinforced at the recent European Conference on Space Debris. The post ESA: Time to Get Serious About Removing Space Junk appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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