Love it or hate it, it seems that Apple has some pretty big design changes coming with the iPhone 8.
Feed your four-legged friend right from your iPhone or Android phone.
This is the new normal. The post SpaceX Nailed Two Falcon 9 Launches and Landings Over the Weekend appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Microsoft has made a number of impressive claims about Microsoft Edge's battery life -- but those claims aren't holding up under independent analysis. The post Chrome Beats Edge in New Battery Life Tests appeared first on ExtremeTec...
Sega's new Sega Forever game collection ought to be a best-in-class way to experience your favorite Genesis games on modern mobile hardware -- but the quality of the ports is terrible and the games don't run well, even on cutting-edge equipment. The post Sega’s New ‘Sega Forever’ Emulation is a Train Wreck appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Google wants to compete with the likes of Samsung and Apple, and the Pixel was an impressive first attempt. So, what's in store for the Pixel 2? A spec leak offers some plausible details. The post Google Pixel 2 Leak Points to Snapdragon 835 and New Design appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Mode 7 freaks, get ready: Nintendo has unveiled the SNES Classic Edition, a miniature version of the beloved SNES in the vein of the NES Classic Edition that everyone wanted and few people were able to actually buy. The post Nintendo Unveils Super NES Classic Edition, Launches Sept 29 with 21 Games appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Minding type 2 diabetes at home is a laborious process involving time and calorie management, and sometimes needles. But it might not be all needles much longer. The post New Implants Could Treat Type 2 Diabetes Without Needles appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The last time I built a gaming board, I tried to keep it a little on the conservative side. This time, I wanted to go all-out and build something visually striking without ending up with a neon stealth fighter. The post Building Gaming Keyboard 2.0: Bigger, Better, Oranger appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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IBM and the US Air Force are teaming up to build a massive supercomputer. The new system should be capable of processing data more like the human brain does, while simultaneously pairing that capability with more conventional CPUs. The post IBM, US Air Force Are Building a Neuromorphic Supercomputer appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The update highlights Nintendo's growing comfort with patching games after their release and drives home the company's increasing focus on local multiplayer and esports in its first-party titles.
The price of many GTX 1060s on Newegg has risen above $400, even though many retailed for around $350 not too long ago. Amazon seems to have sold out of many GTX 1060s
In addition to new cases and an RGB gaming chair, Aerocool showed off a new 240mm all-in-one cooler, fan, and fan hub at Computex 2017.
The smaller version of Nintendo's classic console will also include "Star Fox 2," which was never released to the public.
According to Henrique de Moraes Holschuh, a Debian Linux developer, Kaby Lake and Skylake processors have a serious flaw in their hyperthreading implementation.
Curved ultra-wide monitors are more frequently seen in gaming systems, but they are appearing on enterprise desktops, too. Today, we’re looking at NEC’s EX341R.
A recent flaw discovered in Intel's Hyper-Threading can cause system instabilities or crashes. Debian recommends disabling HT until appropriate UEFI updates are available (and the flaw can affect all operating systems, including Windows). The post Major Hyper-Threading Flaw Destabilizes Intel Kaby Lake, Skylake CPUs appeared first on ExtremeTech.
After an investigation in recent months by the OCaml community, and communicated to the debian project team and Intel itself. The issue itself is not limited to Debian, Linux or any […] The post Report: serious HyperThreading issue in some Skylake/Kaby Lake CPUs, could result in “misbahvior” appeared first on Gaming Laptops Junky.
KFA2/Galax creates an attractive alternative to Nvidia's Founders Edition card, complete with more performance, a quieter cooler and same dual-slot form factor.