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lundi 21 mai 2018, 16:15
Chevy unveils the first four-cylinder gasoline engine in a current full-size pickup. The 307 hp handily tops the V6 it may eventually replace. The post Chevrolet Puts a 307-Horsepower Four-Cylinder in Its Full-Size Silverado Pickup appeared first on ExtremeTech.
When Treyarch decided to remove COD Black Ops 4's campaign in favor of a Battle Royale mode, were they thumbing their noses at gamers -- or just giving them what they really want? The post Dropping Single-Player Campaigns From Black Ops 4 Reflects How Most Gamers Play...
When Google talks about the Selfish Ledger, it asks us to think of ourselves as the temporary custodian of the data rather than the owner. The post Leaked Google Video Imagines a Future of Multi-Generational User Data appeared first on ExtremeTech.
vendredi 18 mai 2018, 22:06
Microsoft has a new Halo game rolling out this year -- but it's an arcade title, not a console game. The post There’s a New Halo Game Coming, but It’s Not Exactly a Living Room Title appeared first on ExtremeTech.
There are questions about whether or not Google faked its AI demo earlier this month -- and Google isn't answering them. The post Did Google Fake Its Duplex AI Demo? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Now that most sites have moved to HTTPS, Google is looking to change the way those warnings appear to emphasize sites that are still lagging behind. The post Google Plans to Make Chrome’s Non-Secure Site Warnings More Prominent appeared first on ExtremeTech.
At current levels, de Vries estimates Bitcoin mining uses at least 2.6GW of power per year, and that number could grow to as much as 7.7GW by the end of the year. The post Bitcoin’s Massive Power Usage Explained in New Analysis appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Simply snap these Lego-like blocks into a frame, add your sample, and wait for the results. The post MIT Creates Modular Medical Diagnostic Block appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Close your eyes and repeat, loudly: 'I DON'T WANNA GROW UP...' The post Toys ‘R’ Us Is Selling Its Stash of Previously Unknown Adult Domains appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Instead of simply focusing on x86 cores, or even developing a line of specialized many-core accelerators like Xeon Phi, the company has said it would bring a Xeon CPU to market with an FPGA integrated directly into the die. The post Intel Shows Off Xeon Scalable Gold 6138P...
The Kilauea has intensified, but fears of a massive blast are not well-founded. The post Hawaii Volcano: Kilauea Sends Ash 30,000 Feet High as Eruption Intensifies appeared first on ExtremeTech.
NASA is sending up a new piece of equipment that will make one tiny part of the station about 10 billion times colder than space outside. The post International Space Station Soon to Be Coldest Place in Known Universe appeared first on ExtremeTech.
jeudi 17 mai 2018, 21:41
Microsoft's new Adaptive Controller is a major step forward for helping gamers with physical or neurological challenges enjoy their hobby. The post Microsoft’s New Adaptive Controller Is for Gamers With Limited Mobility appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Need a reasonably-priced 4K TV? Right now, Walmart has a load of Samsung sets on sale for an early Memorial Day clearance. Also, the folks over at TechBargains have dug in, and found loads of superb deals from all over the internet on the likes of gaming rigs, wireless...
These two new services replace existing Google products, and Play Music isn't even going away. Yeah, it's pretty confusing. The post Google Revamps YouTube Music, Adds YouTube Premium appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Both AT&T and Verizon have said today they will sell the mysterious phone with its holographic display. It's going to be one of the most expensive phones ever launched, though. The post AT&T, Verizon Will Sell the Red Hydrogen One Holographic Phone appeared first on...
While digital games will still be offered for download, it's clear the handheld is fading away. The post Sony Will End Production of Physical PlayStation Vita Games appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Intel recently offered additional insight into its plans for new 14nm products as well as data on its 10nm difficulties. What's the overall prognosis? The post Intel Shares New Details on 10nm Delay, Future 14nm Products appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution still has a long way to go before it becomes law. The post US Senate Votes to Overturn FCC’s Net Neutrality Repeal appeared first on ExtremeTech.
mercredi 16 mai 2018, 23:04
The wait list is between 12 and 18 months because of slow production. The post Tesla Plans For Another Model 3 Production Shutdown This Month appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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