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Model E: Now Ford plans a 200-mile electric vehicle

200-mile Model E likely follows Chevrolet Bolt, Tesla Model E, and next-gen Nissan Leaf to market. The EV Ford will likely be built in Mexico (sorry, Donald) circa 2019.

UC Berkeley team builds ‘semantic atlas’ of the human brain

Voxel-based mapping reveals the brain regions that we use to think about relationships, self-identity and even abstract things like math and time. Can this finally dispel the notion that we only use 10% of our brains?

U.S. Supreme Court Allows FBI To Hack Anyone In Any Jurisdiction, Congress Could Reject New Rule

The Supreme Court approved an amendment to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rule 41, which would give the FBI expanded powers to hack anyone from any jurisdiction, even abroad, with a single warrant.

Silverstone's Primera PM01 Case Has Supercar Inspired Looks

Silverstone's Primera PM01 comes with three 140 mm LED-lit fans, a fan splitter, LED strips, excellent water cooling support, and a large front intake mesh.

Phanteks Slaps Tempered-Glass Side Panels On New Enthoo Evolv ATX Case

Phanteks announced a new ATX gaming case called the Enthoo Evolv ATX Tempered Glass that has tempered-glass side panels and features the company’s RBG LED lighting controls.

Anonabox Pro Tor And VPN Router Review: Protect Your Privacy

Internet privacy is kind of like a VCR or CD player, in that one day our kids will ask us “you used to have that?” It’s staggering how much of our online activity is tracked, catalogued, and used for a wide array of purposes, most of them related to commerce. But if you’re a dissident, journalist, someone who lives in a country where the Internet...

The Corsair Carbide 400Q Case Review

Today we are having a look at one of Corsair’s latest cases, the Carbide 400Q. The 400Q is a subtle ATX case that is designed with silence in mind, employing noise-dampening measures while boasting excellent thermal performance and versatility.

QNAP TS-453A NAS Review

QNAP isn't a stranger to specialty NAS systems, but the new TS-453A introduces an entirely new feature that will have you singing with joy.

SoFIA later: Intel kills upcoming smartphone and tablet hardware

After years of attempting to push into the market and billions of dollars invested in doing so, Intel is pulling out of tablets and smartphones. The company will align its efforts elsewhere and focus on different products.

Exploring The Unknown In Daedalic's 'The Long Journey Home'

"The Long Journey Home" turns a failed light jump in space into an adventure of discovery and danger as your crew makes its way back to Earth.

Rampant robot tries to rip my clothes off

As its lithe synthetic fingers fumbled with my trouser buttons... Something for the Weekend, Sir?  Things are getting steamy. My valet is trying to pull down the back of my trousers. “We’ll have these off you in a jiffy, sir,” he sings.…

Quad-core coffee table trumped by dual-Mac garden furniture

Readers share retro-computing rebuilds, plus a Microsoft CD fit only to be used as a coaster Last week we brought you the story of the Mac Pro put out to pasture as a coffee table and asked readers to share similar stories.…

The iTunes Music Store is 13 years old today, and iTunes is still a disaster

Every company needs at least one terrible product. Apple's parvum opus turns 13 today.

Seagate Begins Volume Shipments of Helium-Filled HDDs, Reveals Their Final Specs

Seagate has started volume shipments of its first helium-filled hard drives. They were announced earlier this year. The new HDDs are available to all interested parties, which means that Seagate’s biggest customers have already evaluated and validated them. Show More Summary

Embark On An Emotional VR Journey In 'Fated: The Silent Oath'

Frima, a small independent game developer based in Montreal, Canada, announced the launch of its first VR game. "Fated: The Silent Oath" is now available for both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

Have A Cross-Platform, Virtual Reality LAN Party In Your Living Room With BigScreen Beta

BigScreen Beta will let you host a virtual LAN party for you and your friends to play traditional games and watch movies together, even if you're not in the same place.

Intel wants to kill the 3.5mm audio jack, replace with USB-C

Intel is reportedly working on extensions to USB-C that would kill the venerable 3.5mm headphone jack. Digital audio could improve smartphone design in a number of ways, but there are costs and drawbacks as well.

Cloudy with a chance of nagware: Windows 10 upgrade notification disrupts weather broadcast

Windows 10 upgrade notifications can strike at any time -- even in the middle of your live AccuWeather forecast.

Looking for true intelligence, study shows that slime molds can learn

A slime mold has demonstrated real learning capabilities, which has biologists struggling with their definitions of intelligence.

Q. What's the difference between smartphones and that fad diet you all got bored of? A. Nothing

Global sales see first-ever decline, analysts say it's not just Apple losing ground For those wondering if we've reached Peak Smartphone: global smartphone shipments saw their first ever quarterly drop, say analysts.…

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