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Steam now lets you move specific game installation folders

The change patches one of Steam's shortcomings and should make it easier to manage sprawling game libraries or free up disk space. The post Steam now lets you move specific game installation folders appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Microsoft targets Chrome users with ads for personal shopping assistants in Windows 10

Windows 10 is trying to push Chrome users to install its own extensions for the browser, and users generally aren't happy about it. The post Microsoft targets Chrome users with ads for personal shopping assistants in Windows 10 appeared first on ExtremeTech.

PlayStation VR Adds Support For YouTube's 360-Degree Videos

Sony announced that its PlayStation VR HMD now supports YouTube's 360-degree videos.

SpaceX posts amazing photos of Falcon 9 landing

SpaceX is back on top and has the photos to prove it. The post SpaceX posts amazing photos of Falcon 9 landing appeared first on ExtremeTech.

ET deals: Save big on the USB Type-C Dell Dock

Want to be able to connect all of your peripherals to your shiny new laptop with a single cable? Today, Dell is selling a USB Type-C laptop dock for 35% off the list price. The post ET deals: Save big on the USB Type-C Dell Dock appeared first on ExtremeTech.

6 Best Prebuilt Budget Gaming PCs

No time to read reviews and just want to know which is the best prebuilt Gaming PC? This article is for you!

AI System Scores Better Than 75% Of Americans In Visual Intelligence Test

An AI system developed by Northwestern University professors took a standard visual intelligence test on which it scored better than 75% of Americans.

Cold, mysterious, and also sad: this week in space

Gravity waves on Venus; fields of ice pungees on Mars and Pluto; something new in Cygnus; and the last man to walk on the moon has died. The post Cold, mysterious, and also sad: this week in space appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Uber fined $20 million for lying about driver earnings, predatory financing

Uber will pay a $20 million fine to the FTC for lying about median driver income, predatory lending policies, and its misrepresentation of lease agreements. The post Uber fined $20 million for lying about driver earnings, predatory financing appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Oculus Story Studio's 'Dear Angelica' Debuts At Sundance

Oculus Story Studio's latest virtual reality (VR) film, "Dear Angelica," debuted at the Sundance Film Festival's VR Palace and will soon arrive on the Oculus store for the Rift HMD.

Google Pixel XL Vs. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: 6 Weeks With Android Nougat Purity

When Google set out to develop and market its first Phone by Google branded device - not co-branded with a partner - and spiritual successors to its legacy Nexus brand, the company drew a line in the sand. Not only was the target to develop smartphones that demonstrated best of breed functionality and performance for the Android platform,...

Another Super-Thin Mechanical Keyboard Emerges: The Azio MK-C

It would appear that Tesoro has company in the (brand new) super-thin mechanical keyboard space: Azio also has a prototype, the MK-C, which is equipped with a low-profile Kailh Blue switch.

Feds: Crashes fell 40 percent when Tesla installed Autopilot

The crash rate on Teslas fell by almost 40 percent after the company installed and activated its semi-autonomous Autopilot software. The post Feds: Crashes fell 40 percent when Tesla installed Autopilot appeared first on ExtremeTech...

The headphone jack will vanish from most premium smartphones by the end of the year

Didn't think it was a big deal when Apple dropped the headphone jack from the iPhone 7? 2017 will see the humble 3.5mm port removed from a lot more devices.

6 upcoming space missions worth keeping an eye on

There's a lot of really cool stuff happening in space over the next couple years. The post 6 upcoming space missions worth keeping an eye on appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Mushkin Latest To Grab A Piece Of Peripherals Market Pie With Carbon KB-001 Keyboard

Yet another OEM known for making products other than peripherals is now making peripherals. At CES 2017, Mushkin teased its first gaming keyboard, the Carbon KB-001.

Breakthrough Starshot tricks out massive telescope for planet hunting

Breakthrough Starshot has quite a list of luminary names involved with the project, and now they can add another to the rolls: the ESO. The post Breakthrough Starshot tricks out massive telescope for planet hunting appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Plextor S2C SSD Review

Plextor introduced a new series of SSDs to attack the entry-level consumer market. The first product in the S2 family is the S2C, which might be one of the better low-cost SSDs released in 2016.

Omron Switches Coming To New Das Keyboard X50, Branded As 'Gamma Zulu'

Das Keyboard has a new gaming keyboard coming, the X50, and it will be outfitted with Omron-made "Gamma Zulu" switches--which look and feel just like Logitech's Romer-G switches.

Toshiba may spin off or sell its NAND flash business after accounting scandal, cost overruns

Toshiba is in talks with Western Digital about the future of its NAND flash business following a disastrous business scandal and the collapse of its nuclear power ambitions. The post Toshiba may spin off or sell its NAND flash business after accounting scandal, cost overruns appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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