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mardi 28 novembre 2017, 17:01
Intel's upcoming plans for its 8th generation CPU family have allegedly leaked. If you've wanted a wider set of CPU options to choose from, you'll be delighted. The post Leaked Details Reveal Intel’s Upcoming 8th Generation Coffee Lake Chips appeared first on ExtremeTech.
HPE is teaming up with Stephen Hawking's COSMOS project to launch a new round of supercomputers. The goal? Exploring everything from the beginnings of the universe to advanced mathematical models of the world around us. The post HPE, Stephen Hawking’s COSMOS to Investigate...
Destiny 2 may not use loot crates in a P2W system the way EA did in Star Wars Battlefront II, but the company's recent decision to gut player XP gain after said players discovered that the game discarded up to 95 percent of the XP they earned has still caused tremendous...
lundi 27 novembre 2017, 22:09
A new project at the Los Alamos National Laboratory’s High Performance Computing Division seeks to make supercomputers more accessible with a little help from some Raspberry Pi clusters. The post 750 Raspberry Pis Turned Into Supercomputer for Los Alamos National...
Mike Hughes didn't get to launch his rocket on Saturday, but he's undeterred. Now he's planning for a Tuesday liftoff. The post Intrepid Flat Earther Reschedules Rocket Launch, Remains Undeterred appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Google’s Chrome OS-based computers debuted in 2011 with a very limited feature set, but they’ve exploded in popularity as functionality improved. There are still a few pain points for those who want to move over to Chromebooks (See on Amazon). For example, a lack of...
EA continues to come under fire from multiple directions, courtesy of the pay-to-win mechanics it built into Star Wars: Battlefront II. The post Battlefront II Loot Crates Declared Gambling, Investigated in Hawaii appeared first on ExtremeTech.
If you are or know a Star Wars fan who is looking for a fun and novel gaming experience, the Augmented Reality Star Wars: Jedi Challenges might be the perfect choice. The post Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Review: Showing the Potential of AR Gaming appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Firefox Quantum is the best browser I've used in years. The post Firefox Quantum is a Really Great Browser appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Today's Cyber Monday sales across the web are surprisingly good – even surpassing Black Friday itself for select products. So let's make one more big push for holiday sales, finish up the gift wrapping, and kick back until the next holiday comes around. The post ET Cyber...
vendredi 24 novembre 2017, 04:00
After a long, long wait, Black Friday itself is finally upon us. The dam has busted, and there's a staggering number of bargains happening all at once. To help give you as many deals as humanly possible, our friends and colleagues over at TechBargains have put together a...
mercredi 22 novembre 2017, 19:37
Intel's new Core i5-8250U is a huge improvement over the dual-core CPUs Intel has been selling for the past few years. The post Intel’s New Core i5-8250U is a Huge Upgrade Over Older 7th Generation CPUs appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The flowing water on Martian slopes might just be sand, based on a new analysis of data from orbit. The post Flowing Water Observed on Mars Might Just Be More Sand appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Intel has released a new set of updates for the Intel Management Engine. There are multiple significant security vulnerabilities in the engine that this should address, once OEMs make fixes available. The post Intel Patches Major Flaws in the Intel Management Engine...
Uber just disclosed a hack from a year ago that it paid to conceal rather than disclose, despite legal requirements it do so. The post Uber Paid Hackers $100K to Hide Data Breach Exposing 57 Million Users [Updated] appeared first on ExtremeTech.
mardi 21 novembre 2017, 22:45
A flat-earther who disavows any belief in science will strap himself into a homemade rocket on Saturday, because the universe recognizes the human need for irony in life and is occasionally willing to provide it. The post Flat-Earther Plans Homemade, Manned Rocket Launch...
The FCC will vote to eradicate net neutrality and its attendant consumer protections in December, despite widespread consumer opposition. The post The FCC Votes in December To Dismantle Net Neutrality, Other Consumer Protections appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Retailers are no longer content with unleashing deals all at once on Black Friday. Instead, we're seeing a staggering number of deals launch early this year, and that includes some real humdingers for laptops, consoles, and other electronics. If you're looking to shop for...
NASA engineers are designing a new generation of rover wheels that can cope with the rugged terrain of the red planet. The post NASA Reinvents the Wheel for Future Mars Rovers appeared first on ExtremeTech.
If you're happy about Battlefront II's temporary suspension of pay-to-win mechanics or bought the game because of it, it may be thanks to Disney, not EA. The post Disney May Have Pushed EA to Pull Battlefront II Pay-to-Win Loot System Last Week appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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