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mercredi 7 mars 2018, 17:15
The EFF has found evidence of a long-term relationship between Geek Squad and the FBI, raising questions of possible 4th Amendment violations that weren't communicated to judges. The post Best Buy’s Geek Squad Has Chummy Relationship With FBI appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Some Android device makers are trying to embrace the notch. The notch wasn't a good idea in the first place, but copying Apple's iPhone X notch is even worse. The post Copying the iPhone X Notch on Android Is Lazy and Stupid appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Thanks to the Gaia spacecraft, researchers managed to capture a 'central flash' from Triton, carrying important hints about conditions on the moon. The post Astronomers Use Spacecraft, Distant Star to Study Neptune’s Largest Moon appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Microsoft is down to the wire with its next version of Windows 10, but the company is still tweaking privacy settings. The post Microsoft Tests New Privacy Options in Windows Insider Build 17115 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Google has been working directly with the DoD to bake artificial intelligence into drone footage analysis software, despite previous concerns about such collaborations and apparent blowback from its own employees. The post Google Is Working With the Pentagon to Build...
mardi 6 mars 2018, 22:37
Microsoft has launched a new iteration of its Surface Pro, this time with baked-in LTE support. Does the feature meaningfully change the system's value proposition? The post Microsoft Surface Pro LTE (2018) Review Roundup: Flexible, Expensive appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Right now, Amazon is selling the incredible DJI Mavic Pro for just $769 – 23 percent off the retail price. With full HD video streaming, up to 27 minutes of battery life, and camera stabilization, it’s an excellent little drone. You can also pick up a motherboard, VR bundle...
Google has just announced a new 'Bristlecone' custom quantum computing chip that could lead to a major breakthrough known as 'quantum supremacy.' The post Google Announces ‘Bristlecone’ Quantum Computing Chip appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Modders have found a way to crack previous motherboard UEFI and install Coffee Lake in motherboards not originally intended for it. Impressive work. The post Modders Find Way to Drop Coffee Lake CPUs in Intel Skylake, Kaby Lake Motherboards appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The show will feature plenty of EVs, led by the Tesla-fighter Jaguar i-Pace. The competition woke up once the Model S outsold every premium full-size European luxury/sport sedan, both in Europe and the US. The post 2018 Geneva Auto Show Preview: Everybody Takes Aim at Tesla ...
Microsoft has developed its threat detection model enough to catch professional malware. There's an impressive difference between the level of expertise in these high-end samples versus conventional malware products. The post Microsoft’s Windows Defender ATP Catches Law...
Dell has added the Ryzen Mobility to its new Inspiron product family -- in configurations that seem custom-fit to make them look bad in comparison to Intel products. The post Dell’s Latest AMD Inspiron Laptops Are Crippled Compared With Intel Versions appeared first on...
TSMC, GlobalFoundries, Samsung, and Intel are all integrating EUV at future process nodes, even though major research firms are warning about high defect densities and other problems. Why the rush? The post EUV Integration at 5nm Still Risky, With Major Problems to Solve...
lundi 5 mars 2018, 22:21
A team at Stanford University has developed a system that could one day allow your self-driving car to see around corners so it can make earlier, smarter decisions. The post Self-Driving Cars Could Use Lasers to See Around Corners appeared first on ExtremeTech.
SpaceX has yet another Falcon 9 launch scheduled for tomorrow, and there's something special about this one, but it's not the payload. When this rocket lifts off, it'll be the 50th launch of a Falcon 9 since SpaceX first sent the vehicle up in 2010. The post SpaceX Is About...
We won't have all the details when the dev preview rolls out, but it will definitely answer some questions. The post Google Could Launch Android P Preview This Month appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Charter has appealed a court decision ruling that it could face lawsuits over its deceptive marketing and fraudulent business practices. The post Charter Appeals Court Loss Over False Performance Claims appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Rumors of a Ryzen 7 2700X have surfaced, and the clock speed gains are impressive for a single-year follow-up. The post Leaked Ryzen 7 2700X Data Suggests Significant Clock Boost for New AMD CPUs appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Early data from Intel's Core i7-8809G suggest this integrated CPU + GPU packs performance much more like a midrange discrete card. The post First Intel Hades Canyon, Radeon-GH Benchmarks Leak appeared first on ExtremeTech.
vendredi 2 mars 2018, 22:31
It's been easy to dismiss smartphone photography as being only for casual shooters. But that's changing quickly. We take a look at what you can accomplish with a Pixel 2, Pixelbook, and Lightroom. The post Mobile Photography Workflow: Pushing the Envelope With Lightroom and...
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