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Android founder’s new smartphone teased, lacks corners and bezel

If there was any doubt 2017 was the year of rounded corners, there isn't now. The post Android founder’s new smartphone teased, lacks corners and bezel appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Razer launches refreshed Blade Pro with THX support, Kaby Lake processors

Razer has refreshed its top-end Razer Blade Pro with 7th-generation Intel chips and mobile THX certification. The post Razer launches refreshed Blade Pro with THX support, Kaby Lake processors appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Amazon’s cashier-free store breaks when more than 20 people are shopping

Amazon announced its intention to put the nation's cashiers out of work a few months ago, but it looks like they'll be getting a reprieve for now. The post Amazon’s cashier-free store breaks when more than 20 people are shopping appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Elon Musk wants to implant an AI interface in your brain

Electric cars, trips to Mars, solar everything, underground tunnels -- and now apparently brain-computer interfaces? Elon Musk has had another bright idea. The post Elon Musk wants to implant an AI interface in your brain appeared first on ExtremeTech.

The House votes today on stripping away your internet privacy

Later today, the House of Representatives will vote on a measure to functionally kill internet privacy. If you don't want that to happen, this is your last shot to stop it. The post The House votes today on stripping away your internet privacy appeared first on ExtremeTech.

New advances in directed self-assembly could push silicon below 10nm more efficiently than EUV

A new paper claims that directed self-assembly could be key to patterning lines below 10nm, but line-edge roughness and manufacturing challenges still present substantial barriers. The post New advances in directed self-assembly could push silicon below 10nm more efficiently than EUV appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Microsoft faces new class-action lawsuit over its Windows 10 upgrade policy

Microsoft is facing another class-action lawsuit for its upgrade practices related to Windows 10. The post Microsoft faces new class-action lawsuit over its Windows 10 upgrade policy appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Intel launches Optane memory with cache acceleration for PCs

Intel's new Optane cache drives, based on its 3DXPoint memory technology, are finally up for pre-order. Performance gains from adding a cache drive are impressive, and the drives themselves are quite affordable in absolute terms. The post Intel launches Optane memory with cache acceleration for PCs appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Samsung confirms the Note 7 will return as a refurb device

After weeks of rumors, Samsung now confirms it will bring back the Note 7… sort of. The post Samsung confirms the Note 7 will return as a refurb device appeared first on ExtremeTech.

GameStop’s revenue craters on weak fourth-quarter sales, will close more stores

GameStop's weak fourth quarter could lead to more store closures this year, as the company retrenches around profitable businesses and away from shrinking physical game and console sales. The post GameStop’s revenue craters on weak fourth-quarter sales, will close more stores appeared first on ExtremeTech.

StarCraft: Remastered set to launch this summer, original game will be free as of this week

Blizzard's StarCraft: Remastered will ship this summer, while the original version of the game goes free as of March 30th. If you've never played it, now's your chance. The post StarCraft: Remastered set to launch this summer, original game will be free as of this week appeared first on ExtremeTech.

A rocket, a rover, and a moon: this week in space

Found: one enormous rogue black hole. Also, news from NASA, SpaceX and the 48th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The post A rocket, a rover, and a moon: this week in space appeared first on ExtremeTech.

SpaceX set to actually reuse one of its reusable rockets

A rocket set to launch next week from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida was flown by SpaceX last year. The post SpaceX set to actually reuse one of its reusable rockets appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Mass Effect: Andromeda looks significantly better on PC

Earlier this week, Mass Effect: Andromeda launched to a somewhat muted response. Beyond the interface issues and lackluster animations frequently cited by critics, the Xbox One and vanilla PS4 suffer from performance issues as well.Show More Summary

Hubble spots rogue supermassive black hole ejected from its galaxy

Researchers from Johns Hopkins University believe this unusual situation is the result of the almost unfathomable energy released when two black holes collided. The post Hubble spots rogue supermassive black hole ejected from its galaxy appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Dell’s new 8K monitor is now available for $5,000

Dell has officially launched the first 8K monitor at $5000, but think carefully about pulling the trigger on this kind of display just yet. The post Dell’s new 8K monitor is now available for $5,000 appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Cinema giant Arri aims its cameras at surgical microscopes

Cinema camera icon ARRI aims to leverage its digital imaging prowess into a pioneering all-digital surgical microscope. The post Cinema giant Arri aims its cameras at surgical microscopes appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Spectacular zero-gravity landslide captured in progress on Comet 67P

Comets, it turns out, are rather more active places than we thought. Scientists poring over photos by Rosetta and Philae have unearthed evidence of a spectacular landslide on 67P -- and we caught it in action The post Spectacular zero-gravity landslide captured in progress on Comet 67P appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Not one, not two, but five new particles discovered with the Large Hadron Collider

The LHC, operating at unprecedented luminosities, has revealed a system of five "glue-like" particles that could help us to fill out a "periodic table" of subatomic particles. The post Not one, not two, but five new particles discovered with the Large Hadron Collider appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Latest WikiLeaks docs show how the CIA hacked iPhones and MacBooks

The last round of leaks covered the covert tools used by the CIA to exploit Android, Windows, and other platforms. This time it's Apple's turn in the spotlight. The post Latest WikiLeaks docs show how the CIA hacked iPhones and MacBooks appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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