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mardi 2 janvier 2018, 20:28
A new model developed at Goddard points to gravity waves in Jupiter's atmosphere as the cause, and we might have a similar mechanism on Earth. The post NASA: Gravity Waves Are Responsible for Jupiter’s Jet Stream Flip-Flops appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It's the Xbox One X in a laptop form factor. It's not exactly the most portable laptop we've ever seen, but it's easier to lug around than a stock console and all the accessories. The post Modder Will Turn Your Xbox One X Into a Laptop, but It’ll Cost You appeared first on...
Most games don't shoot right to the top of the charts, and those that do are usually part of established franchises with a built-in fanbase. That's what makes PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds so perplexing. The post PUBG Has More Active Players Than Next 9 Steam Games Combined...
Virtually every car in the upper half of the US benefits from tires suited to cold, snowy weather. Buy four or none, not two winter tires. Don't bother with studs. The post The 3 Car Types That Demand Winter Tires appeared first on ExtremeTech.
New details on the upcoming Intel CPUs with AMD GPUs have leaked, this time courtesy of Intel itself. The post Intel Leaks Details On Desktop Core i7-8809G CPU With Radeon Graphics appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The free-to-play model has expanded well beyond the PC and it's now an important part of the gaming ecosystem; here are our favorites on the PS4. The post The Best Free Games on the PS4 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
vendredi 29 décembre 2017, 22:09
Apple is checking over the code and could give the green light to release it in a few months. The post Apple to Open Source Its First Graphical OS From the Lisa appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Four major Android carriers -- HTC, LG, Motorola, and Samsung -- have now stated they don't throttle CPU performance to improve battery life. The post Apple Alone: Samsung, LG, Motorola, HTC All Deny Crippling Phones to Preserve Battery Life appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Curious about robotics? Want to try your hand at programming? Well, today's StackSocial deal is a great place to start. For about the price of a video game, you can pick up a DIY robotics kit, and help turn 2018 into a year of personal growth and self-improvement. The post...
Psychologists have been debating in recent years whether or not to classify excessive gaming as a distinct mental disease, and the World Health Organization (WHO) appears to be leaning toward recognizing 'gaming disorder' as a real thing. The post World Health Organization...
Apple is taking steps to deal with blowback from its iPhone battery policy, but the company isn't really addressing the underlying problems. The post Apple Cuts Battery Replacement Costs, But Won’t Stop Throttling iPhone Performance appeared first on ExtremeTech.
jeudi 28 décembre 2017, 21:22
The US has yet to catch Huawei fever, but it could be coming. Devices like the Mate 10 could give Samsung, Apple a run for their money. The post AT&T May Sell the Huawei Mate 10 in the US, Could Challenge Samsung, Apple appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Intel has updated its programming guidelines and released new details on its Goldmont Plus architecture in the process. The post New Details on Intel’s Goldmont Plus, the CPU Architecture Inside Gemini Lake appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Did you get a load of gift cards this holiday season? Well if they're burning a hole in your pocket, you can find plenty of deep discounts with online retailers like Amazon and Dell. From gaming PCs to espresso machines to tax software, 2017 is going out strong with big...
On sales, the Lexus RX blows away every other upscale midsize SUVs. It's so good in so many ways. Spend time with Remote Touch before you sign, though. The post Review, Lexus RX: More Love from Buyers than the Media appeared first on ExtremeTech.
This opens up the PS4 to homebrew software as well as easier game piracy. The post New PS4 Exploit Opens the Door to Jailbreaking appeared first on ExtremeTech.
NASA is all about forward thinking, but there's a lot that needs to happen before this plan can come to fruition. The post NASA Wants to Launch Exoplanet Probe in 2069 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
mercredi 27 décembre 2017, 16:30
The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (MADE) has asked the US Copyright Office to grant an exemption to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) that would allow it to preserve online games with closed-source server code in a playable state. The post Non-Profits...
A modern PC, regardless of OS, is vastly faster than any 30-40 year-old equipment -- so why is an Apple IIe beating all comers in input lag tests? The post Why Modern Computers Struggle to Match the Input Latency of an Apple IIe appeared first on ExtremeTech.
A pair of French whistleblowers claim the FBI bought a fingerprint analysis software package built on Russian code. They allege their previous employer knew about it and lied to preserve lucrative US contracts. The post Whistleblowers: The FBI’s Fingerprint Analysis Software...
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