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Microsoft Announces The New Surface Pro

This morning in Shanghai, China, Microsoft announced the latest generation of their Surface Pro tablet. The numbering system is gone, and it’s back to just Surface Pro, but the latest generation is a long way from the original Surface Pro that came out in 2013, and it’s a design that they’ve now morphed into its fifth incarnation. Show More Summary

Researchers Bypass Samsung Galaxy S8's Iris Recognition System With A Photo And A Contact Lens

Chaos Computer Club "hacker" Jan Krissler was able to bypass the Samsung Galaxy S8's iris authentication system with a high-quality photo of an iris and a contact lens emulating the curvature of the eye.

AMD Clarifies Vega and Server Rollouts, Talks Zen Follow-Ups

AMD's Lisa Su spoke at the JP Morgan Technology conference this week and shared new details on the company's plans for data center expansion, Vega launch dates, and future iterations of its new Zen microprocessor family. The post AMD Clarifies Vega and Server Rollouts, Talks Zen Follow-Ups appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Corsair Unveils T1 RACE Gaming Chair: Five Colors, $350

Over the years, Corsair has managed to carve a niche for itself as a purveyor of just about every PC gaming-related peripheral imaginable. That product line expands a little more with the announcement of their first gaming chair, the T1 RACE. Show More Summary

Celebrating One Year Of 'Overwatch'

Three new maps are available for Arena mode, and you can get new skins and emotes in the Anniversary boxes.

Cooler Master Brings Tempered Glass To Cosmos II Chassis

Tempered glass side panels come with the latest version of the Cosmos II chassis.

Intel Core i9: It's not whether you need 12 cores, but whether you'll pay for them

The processor market is heating up once again, with AMD and Intel back to having "core and speed" wars. But if the latest leak is accurate, Intel's next-generation silicon is likely to be out of most people's budget.

Liquid Cooling On A PSU? FSP Will Release One At Computex 2017

FSP, among others, is going to show off a liquid-cooled PSU next week at Computex. The Hydro PTM+ was created in collaboration with Bitspower, a well-known company in liquid cooling solutions for PC systems.

ODG Works With Citrix To Bring Cloud-Hosted Apps To Smartglasses

Osterhout Design Group announced a partnership with Citrix that would bring Citrix’s virtualization and virtual desktop enterprise suites to ODG’s self-contained AR smartglasses.

Microsoft's Project Scorpio Console Coming To China Later This Year

Scorpio will be Microsoft's second console in China after the Xbox One was released in country in 2014.

'AlphaGo' AI Scores Narrow Win Against Ke Jie, World's Top 'Go' Player

AlphaGo defeated Ke Jie, the world's best Go player, in the first match out of a series of three. The AI scored a narrow win of only half a point, but this may not necessarily show that the match was a tight one.

Microsoft Begins Shipping Hololens To Chinese Market

Microsoft held a presentation in Shanghai on May 23 where the company revealed that the Chinese Government approved the Microsoft Hololens for sale to its citizens.

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 China Government Edition

The OS is based on the Windows 10 Enterprise Edition with a few tweaks to help officials manage different aspects of the software.

New Microsoft Surface Pro Tablet Features Kaby Lake, Surface Pen

Microsoft held an event in Shanghai today, and during the presentation, the company revealed the next iteration of the Surface Pro tablet. The new Surface is the fastest model yet, and it has a longer battery life than ever.

Google’s AlphaGo Defeats World’s Top Human Go Player

After defeating several of the top players in the world, the "AlphaGo" AI has now bested Ke Jie, the current Go world champion. The post Google’s AlphaGo Defeats World’s Top Human Go Player appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Ford’s CEO, Now Gone, Didn’t Push Fast Enough Into the Future

Ford's youthful-looking CEO didn't position Ford well for the near future, internal critics say. Mark Fields got blamed for not going there. Yet a predecessor, Jacques Nasser, walked the plank 16 years ago for delving too far into the future. The post Ford’s CEO, Now Gone, Didn’t Push Fast Enough Into the Future appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Samsung, T-Mobile Offer Buy-One-Get-One Free Deal on Galaxy S8

Samsung and T-Mobile have joined forces to offer a great deal on the Samsung Galaxy S8. Buy one, get one free, with very few strings attached. The post Samsung, T-Mobile Offer Buy-One-Get-One Free Deal on Galaxy S8 appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Western Digital Seeks To Intervene In Toshiba's Sale Of Memory Business

Western Digital, through its SanDisk subsidiary, is seeking arbitration to prevent Toshiba from selling off its stake in their flash memory joint venture without the consent of Western Digital. Toshiba has been suffering financiallyShow More Summary

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