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Bloody B188 8 Light Strike Keyboard Review

We examine, debunk, and reframe Bloody's many claims about the B188 8 Light Strike keyboard and its optical switches.

Zotac VR Go Backpack PC: A Stop-Gap For Tether-Free VR (Hands On)

Zotac's VR Go Backpack PC promises a tether-free VR experience, but should you invest the money into a PC dedicated for virtual reality?

Nintendo Now Rumored to be Prepping Classic N64 Edition

Nintendo's Super NES Classic Edition hasn't even launched yet, but rumor is that the company is planning an iteration of the N64 along similar lines. The post Nintendo Now Rumored to be Prepping Classic N64 Edition appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Die In 'TF2,' Get Hacked IRL? Valve Patches Source SDK Vulnerability

A vulnerability in Valve's Source SDK, however, could have allowed someone to compromise your system by killing you in a game like "Team Fortress 2" or "Counter Strike: Global Offensive."

Qualcomm: Apple Dispute Hurt Q3 2017 Profits

But the company won't back down--chief executive Steve Mollenkopf said on an earnings call that Qualcomm will "appropriately defend the tremendous value that our innovations bring to this industry."

ADATA Launches ISSS314 and IM2P3388 Industrial SSDs: 3D NAND, Extreme Temps

ADATA has introduced two new families of 3D NAND-based SSDs aimed at industrial applications. Dubbed the ISSS314 and the IM2P3388, these drives are designed to handle extreme temperatures as well as humidity levels, allowing them to work reliably in very tough environmental conditions. Show More Summary

New iOS 10.3.3 Update Fixes Critical Wi-Fi Security Bug

Apple released a major security update for iOS 10.3.3 yesterday, with fixes included for some significant bugs. If you're running iOS 10, you'll want to upgrade, immediately. The post New iOS 10.3.3 Update Fixes Critical Wi-Fi Security Bug appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Fujitsu Enters Deep Learning, AI Markets With Custom Architecture

Fujitsu is throwing its own hat into the ring with deep learning and AI processing cores coming to market in 2018. The post Fujitsu Enters Deep Learning, AI Markets With Custom Architecture appeared first on ExtremeTech.

The First Moon Landing Took Place 48 Years Ago Today

Humans have done myriad impressive things in space, from building the International Space Station to landing a robot on a comet. Still, none of those accomplishments have quite the same historical weight as the first time a person walked on the moon. The post The First Moon Landing Took Place 48 Years Ago Today appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Asus ROG Introduces Crosshair VI Extreme AM4 Motherboard

If you want to build a beastly Ryzen rig with all the bells and whistles, this motherboard will probably be of interest to you.

Oculus Is Now Accepting Applications To Attend ‘Oculus Connect 4’

The fourth annual Oculus Connect developer conference is coming soon. In October, Oculus will play host to hundreds—perhaps thousands—of developers and creators working in the VR industry. But not just anyone can attend. If you want to go, you must apply.

Thermaltake Offers Up A Tempered Glass View 21

Thermaltake has once again expanded its LCS Certified line of chassis with the addition of the View 21 Tempered Glass Edition, which according to Thermaltake was designed to "deliver everything an enthusiast needs" for a high-performance system.

Alphacool Releases Two New SSD Coolers: Passive HDX-2 and Watercooled HDX-3

This week Alphacool announced the availability of their new M.2 SSD Coolers, the HDX-2 and HDX-3. Some may recall the original HDX M.2 cooler was a simple, passive, clip on heatsink for M.2 SSDs, and was designed to help prevent thermal throttling which has a tendency to plague synthetic test results on some M.2 based drives. Show More Summary

Elon Musk Warns AI Could Destroy The World

Elon Musk is on the mic warning us about AI once more. This is the inventor (“genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist…”) who wants to put a dude on Mars in five years, and had no problems specifying the space suits for SpaceX’sShow More Summary

Movidius Launches Updated 'Neural Compute Stick' For $79

Movidius, now an Intel company, announced that its Neural Compute Stick, an updated version of the Fathom Compute Stick, is now available for sale for about $20 less compared to last year and it will have greater availability through partner distributors.

ASUS Introduces ROG Crosshair VI Extreme AM4 Motherboard for Ryzen

Most enthusiasts are familiar with ASUS’ Republic of Gamers (ROG) sub-brand bringing users what they state is an innovative lineup of products, promoted for performance and quality with gaming in mind. The ROG lineup has motherboards, graphic cards, laptops, desktops, monitors, even audio equipment, routers, and other peripherals. Show More Summary

ASML Claims Major EUV Lithography Milestone

ASML took a significant step towards bringing EUV lithography to market this week, but the company hedged its bets in its announcement. The post ASML Claims Major EUV Lithography Milestone appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Seagate Ships Nytro 141 Low-Cost Consumer SSD

Seagate plans to announce a new low-cost consumer SSD product line soon under the Nytro product name. The Nytro 141 has already stirred some system builders into a frenzy. The Nytro 141 comes to market at a very low price point.

Intel Launches Movidius Neural Compute Stick: Deep Learning and AI on a $79 USB Stick

Today Intel subsidiary Movidius is launching their Neural Compute Stick (NCS), a version of which was showcased earlier this year at CES 2017. The Movidius NCS adds to Intel’s deep learning and AI development portfolio, building offShow More Summary

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