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NOAA scientists are exploring the Mariana Trench, and you can watch it live here

From April 20th to July 10th, NOAA is executing a three-part deepwater exploration in the Mariana Trench and surrounding areas. Featuring the deepest portion of any ocean, this unimaginably dark and mysterious place has been something of an obsession for scientists and successful directors all over the globe. Show More Summary

Positional Tracking For GearVR Will Require More Than Just A Software Update

John Carmack, Oculus VR CTO and famed developer credited with creating the first 3D game engine, revealed some interesting details on Twitter today about Oculus’s efforts in bringing positional tracking to the GearVR mobile VR HMD.

Third-Person, Action/Adventure 'Star Wars' Game Coming From Respawn Entertainment

The developers behind "Titanfall" are EA's next choice to create a third-person, actiion/adventure game in the "Star Wars" franchise.

Followup to Kickstarter success 3Doodler pen now available for preorder

The revamped 3Doodler has improved internals for cleaner builds, a sleeker design, and a higher price tag.

Researchers identify autism-linked receptor that initiates synaptic pruning

Researchers have identified a receptor that appears to initiate synaptic pruning, a process necessary for learning, but which appears to be disrupted in both autism and schizophrenia.

How Intel lost the mobile market, part 2: the rise and neglect of Atom

In Part 2 we explore the specific decisions Intel made, the rise and neglect of Atom, and why the company's superior foundry technology wasn't enough to conquer the mobile market.

Essential Android smartphones: May 2016

Here are six of the very best Android handsets currently on offer.

3DRudder VR Peripheral Begins Shipping To Early Adopters

3DRudder announced that it has begun fulfilling pre-orders for the company’s VR peripheral. 3DRudder is a peripheral designed for use with VR applications that allows you to use your feet to control VR applications.

Bethesda Shows Off 'Far Harbor' DLC For 'Fallout 4'

Get ready to visit post-apocalyptic Maine. Bethesda released a trailer for its upcoming "Far Harbor" DLC for "Fallout 4."

IBM Shows Path Forward To A Post-Moore's Law Future With Five-Qubit Quantum Computer

IBM launched access to its five-qubit universal quantum computer to give students and developers an opportunity to experiment with building applications for quantum computers.

Swiftech H240 X2 Configurable AIO Liquid Cooler Review

Swiftech's pre-filled cooling systems ship with clear coolant and include extra dye so you can match the lighting modes of the LED controller.

HP Announces 32” Pavilion Display for Everyone: QHD for $399

10 hours agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

HP has introduced its Pavilion 32 display (V1M69A), which promises to combine large size, QHD resolution, VA panel and affordability. The Pavilion 32 monitor may not appeal to professionals or hardcore gamers, but for mainstream users this one could be a game changer because of its price-point. Show More Summary

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst beta has a bad stuttering issue

Mirror's Edge Catalyst returns us to a brightly-lit world filled with primary colors, parkour, and messenger bags. Unfortunately, the performance issues seen in early builds is cause for concern.

The ASRock E3V5 Performance Gaming (C232) Motherboard Review

12 hours agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

If you want to run a Skylake E3 Xeon, it needs to be placed in a motherboard with either the C232 or C236 chipsets. This is a change from the last generation, and as a result most of the motherboard manufacturers are bringing some of their consumer expertise to new products in order to get a slice of the casual Xeon user pie. Show More Summary

The Marine Corps’ robotic combat teams reach the next phase of testing

What if your everyday soldier had an air- and ground-based drone to help watch his back? The Marine Corps may be about to make that a reality.

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket significantly more powerful than first thought

SpaceX's Falcon 9 is capable of lifting much larger payloads to Earth orbit and beyond than previously believed. The impact on long-term mission planning and Musk's 2018 Mars shot could be significant.

No one wants yearly Android releases

After a year, Android Marshmallow has barely managed to hit 7.5 percent, and in a few weeks Google will unveil the next release that no one will want.

Shuttle Reveals SZ170R8 Barebones PC With High-Capacity Storage Options

huttle announced a new small form factor (SFF) barebones PC that can store up to four 3.5-inch hard drives despite its limited footprint.

HP Pavilion Lineup Gets 32-Inch QHD Display

HP revealed a new 32-inch QHD display for its mainstream Pavilion lineup. The monitor offers a resolution of 2560 x 1440 at 60 Hz with wide viewing angles and rich colors with its 100 percent RGB color gamut.

Philips Goes Big With 43-Inch UltraClear 4K IPS Display

Philips announced a new 4K IPS display featuring an impressive screen size of 43 inches. If nothing else, the new Philips UltraClear 43-inch class 4K Ultra HD IPS LCD display is pretty huge.

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