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2K's 'Bioshock: The Collection' Arrives September 13

The "Bioshock" series is the latest franchise to get the remaster treatment. "Bioshock: The Collection" also includes all of the single-player DLC for each game.

Google’s ‘FASTER’ undersea cable goes online with 60 Tbps of bandwidth

The Google-backed cable has the highest available bandwidth of any undersea cable currently in operation.

A slim PS4 might show up at the Tokyo Game Show

The PS4K, also known as the PlayStation Neo, has been widely discussed for months now, and Sony has even quietly confirmed that it's in the works. But what about a simple mid-cycle PS4 redesign along the lines of the Xbox One S or the PS3 slim? It seems as if that minor hardware revision might be on its way sooner than we expected.

BMW, Intel, Mobileye lay groundwork for self-driving car

This may be BMW's chance to offer details (some) on the self-driving car it plans by 2021. Mobileye would supply the vision sensors using chips made by Intel.

Another sign Apple is nixing the iPhone 7’s headphone jack: Cirrus Logic releases Lightning kit

Rumors that Apple would remove the headphone jack from next-generation iPhones got another boost this week, as Cirrus Logic unveiled a convertor kit for building Lightning capable audio devices.

Windows 10 Anniversary Update Launching August 2nd

While certainly not as big of an update as the original launch of Windows 10, the next major update now has a release date. August 2nd will be the date where all of the latest additions and features will be coming to Windows 10. TheShow More Summary

Starbreeze Acquires ePawn For Its NFC Tracking Technologies, Including Room-Scale Sensor Carpet

Starbreeze AB announced the acquisition of ePawn, a French technology company with patents involving NFC technology. The purchase gives StarVR access to a custom room-scale tracking system.

XSPC Announces Low Cost “Blade” GPU Block Lineup, Shows Sneak Peak At RX 480 Block

XSPC announced that it will be launching a new lineup of more affordable GPU blocks. The company has released preview renderings of the first block in the series.

Belgium Data Protection Authority Loses Facebook Privacy Case Over Jurisdiction Conflict

The Belgian Commission for the Protection of Privacy, which sued Facebook for tracking non-users of the service, lost the case on appeal due to a jurisdiction conflict. The agency will examine whether it will take the case to the Court of Cassation.

GM cuts onboard 4G LTE pricing as usage goes up

GM halves the price on monthly calling plans, just in time for summer and kids streaming more videos en route to the beach. 10GB per month is now $40, not $80.

Celestial fireworks: Hubble observes firestorm of new star formation in an old galaxy

Hubble gets a peek at what the early universe might have looked like by watching an old galaxy come back to life.

ET deals: Save over $600 on a PowerEdge R220 rack server

If you're in the market for an affordable rack-mount server, check out this deal from Dell. You can get a quiet, expandable, and powerful PowerEdge R220 rack server at a whopping 55% discount when you take advantage of today's coupo...

Android N finally gets a name: Nougat, not Nutella

Android N has an official name, but if you were hoping for Nutella, you're going to be disappointed.

Revisiting The OnePlus 3: sRGB, Memory Management, & More

Last week I published my review of the OnePlus 3. I reviewed the OnePlus 2 for AnandTech, and given that the OnePlus 2 had many problems it seemed appropriate that I should examine the improvements that OnePlus made with their latest smartphone. Show More Summary

HTC Launches Vive Accessories Store, Replacement Parts Available Now

HTC opened up a webstore that will sell accessories and replacement parts for the Vive VR HMD. There aren't many parts available yet, but HTC said that you'll be able to get cushions, controllers, headphones and more.

Galax Reveals Its Own Custom-Cooled GTX 1080, 1070 Graphics Cards

At Computex, Galax showcased its new lineup of GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 cards, which range from the ultra high-end HOF card to the lower-end Virtual Edition model.

Lawmakers Need To Learn More About Encryption Before Regulating It, Says U.S. House Report

A recent House Committee on Homeland Security report said that lawmakers still need to learn more about encryption before rushing to regulate it, as that could have many unintended consequences.

Earth’s poles may once have been far from the ‘ends’ of the Earth

An intriguing new theory of Earth's evolution argues that at one point the Earth had many poles, placed far from the "ends" of the planet.

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