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Apple’s new massive campus will open in April

As most of you know Apple make a lot of money, they make the kind of money that has let them build the most impressive campus ever made. The new Apple headquarters looks like something out of a big budget sci-fi movie, and it i...

 
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Google discloses another Windows vulnerability after missed deadline

Microsoft has once again missed the 90 day deadline that Google offers after reporting any found vulnerabilities. The last one was in 2014 where Microsoft only patched the vulnerability on day 92, so that the fix would fit into...

 
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Sony has revealed the fastest SD cards yet

Most of us are always so focused on the size when it comes to any form of storage media that we often forget just how important it is that its fast too. There’s no use in having an external drive attached to your PC or co...

 
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Danish police track down criminals using bitcoin

Danish police caught drug traffickers by tracing bitcoin transactions. For criminals the idea of untraceable internet currency was a dream. Until Denmark’s National Cybercrime Center (NC3) started paying attention. This is the ...

 
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Soon you’ll use hand gestures to fly a drone

If you’ve had the chance to fly a drone you’ll know that it’s actually quite a bit of fun. It’s really just a remote control vehicle – in the air. However, controlling it with precision takes time ...

 
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AMD Ryzen 7 1700x benchmark leak points to a strong performer

AMD is getting a lot of attention with Ryzen just around the corner and if this leaked benchmark is a true indication of performance then it is time to get excited. The Ryzen 7 1700x is a mid-tier offering with 8 Core CPUs and ...

 
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Prepare for robots with pin-sharp vision

The human eye works very differently compared to how a digital camera works. Now researchers are using 3D-printed lenses the size of a grain of salt to mimic the fovea, a feature in the eye of humans and eagles that allows for ...