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The Motorola Moto Z & Moto Z Force (Droid Editions) Review

17 hours agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

The new Moto Z Droids’ specifications and hardware are impressive but not that much different than what’s currently available with other flagships. To make its new phones more enticing, Motorola made them modular. The idea of easilyShow More Summary

SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GiB Review

Let's test the SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GiB, one of the most affordable SSDs on the market. Will it perform well? Check it out! The post SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GiB Review appeared first on Hardware Secrets.

Tesla's splitting with sensor supplier

Mobileye's new best friends are BMW and Intel, and Elon says he's not worried Automotive motion-sensor outfit Mobileye has announced that it's broken up with 'leccy car-maker Tesla.…

Tesla autopilot driver 'was speeding moments' before death – prelim report

Turns out a simple thing could have saved his life The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released its preliminary report into the Tesla crash that killed Joshua Brown, a 40-year-old Ohio man who was using the car's Autopilot function at the time of his death.…

Airbus doesn't just make aircraft – now it designs drone killers

New security system downs sky spies from seven miles away Vid  A new joint venture between aircraft manufacturer Airbus and California startup Dedrone is selling a security system that can spot drones miles away and knock them out of the sky.…

Happy 10th birthday to Intel’s Core 2 Duo

Intel's Core 2 Duo turns 10 today. Somebody grab the candles.

'No Man's Sky,' PC Release Date Possibly Pushed Back To Aug 12, Hello Games Outs 'Survive' Trailer

The latest trailer shows off survival tactics in Hello Games' highly-anticipated game, but the studio seems to have also pushed the PC version's release back by three days.

Microsoft blames dying Surface Pro 3 batteries on software bug

Device life measured in minutes Microsoft has admitted that the battery problems hitting some Surface Pro 3 owners aren't down to hardware failure, but rather a software issue.…

AMD has built hardware at Samsung, could tap foundry for future products

AMD has confirmed that it has built hardware at Samsung's foundries and has the option to utilize Samsung's 14nm in the future. It's an important move towards securing a stable manufacturing option across the industry as next-generation nodes are ever-harder to target.

Pokémon Plus Go Device Delayed Until September

You'll have to wait two more months until you can get the peripheral side of the popular mobile game.

The Human Connectome Project zeroes in on the firmware of the brain

They're calling it a "parcellation." That doesn't even come close to explaining the unprecedented clarity and resolution with which scientists have further refined the network diagram of the human brain.

Researchers Find Zero-Day Bugs That Could Allow LastPass Password Theft

Security researchers uncovered two zero-day vulnerabilities that attackers could exploit to gain access to a user's LastPass-protected passwords.

Asrock To Ship Desk Mini 110 STX Motherboards Sans Case

Asrock’s Desk Mini 110 has been available for a while now as the first commercially available mini-STX barebones PC. Now the H110M-STX motherboard is available by itself.

New form of carbon capture actually creates power, rather than consuming it

A new form of carbon capture could not only remove CO2 from the output of fuel-burning power stations, it could make a lot of extra power in the process.

Thermaltake Launches Software-Controlled Riing RGB LED Radiator Fans

Thermaltake introduced a new series of 120 mm RGB LED fans that uses software and a proprietary digital fan hub to change colors and fan speeds.

Xiaomi Unveils Mi Notebook Air, from $525

Today Xiaomi has introduced its first pair of notebooks and unvieled the Mi Notebook Air family. As the name suggests, these are aimed head first into Apple's Air line of notebooks, albeit at a very different price point. The laptops feature 12.5” and 13.3” full HD displays and are based on Intel’s Core M as well as Core i5 microprocessors. Show More Summary

New shapeshifting medical microbots inspired by germs

Researchers from France and Switzerland have prototyped biomimetic microbots, inspired by the parasite that causes sleeping sickness.

Get Free 'Total War: Warhammer' Content Alongside 'Call Of The Beastmen' DLC

You don't have to buy the new DLC for "Total War: Warhammer" in order to get some new content for your campaign.

Researchers find more than 100 Tor nodes that are snooping on users

Tor is one of the best way to remain anonymous online, but even that isn't foolproof when there are data sniffers hiding in the layers of Tor itself.

Ten Year Anniversary of Core 2 Duo and Conroe: Moore’s Law is Dead, Long Live Moore’s Law

Today marks a full 10 years since the first Core 2 processors, and hence Intel’s 64-bit Core microarchitecture, were made officially available. These included a number of popular dual-core processor parts, including the seemingly ubiquitous E6400 and the Core 2 Extreme X6800. Show More Summary

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