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Researchers index dark web, find most of it contains illegal material

It's not that you can't use Tor hidden services for legitimate purposes. It's just that people usually don't.

'Shadow Of Mordor' Benchmark Running In VR With Vireio Perception Drivers

Progress on DX11 support for Vireio Perception continues. The group released a new video demonstrating a working build running "Middle Earth: Shadow Of Mordor"

The Smithsonian is restoring the original USS Enterprise — no bloody A, B, C, or D

The Smithsonian is working to repair the original USS Enterprise, restore the nacelle lights, shore up the 50-year-old model, and put the finished starship back on display.

'Superhot' Arrives February 25 On PC, Mac, Linux; Xbox One Version Coming Soon

After a successful campaign on Kickstarter last year, the team behind "Superhot" is ready to release its unique first-person shooter title on February 25.

UK House Committee Warns Investigatory Powers Bill Will Hurt Technology Sector

UK House Science and Technology Committee criticized the UK government for its vague definitions and provisions in the Investigatory Powers bill, and it warned that some of those provisions could hurt the UK tech sector without clear revisions.

Swarm Intelligence could level the playing field between man and machine

The problems of the future, as encapsulated by global warming and environmental degradation, will require forms of intelligence and cooperation far beyond what we currently have in place, and methods like those of swarm intelligence might just hold the answer.

XSPC Reveals Upcoming Compact 'Ion' Pump Reservoir Combo

Over the weekend, on social media, XSPC revealed a new pump and reservoir combo called Ion that it plans to launch sometime in February. The new product is compact to fit in tight spaces, and it can be mounted to 120 or 140 mm radiators.

Optical magnetometer performs first-ever noninvasive detection of nerve impulses

Up 'til now, measuring the magnetic fields generated by neurons firing has required a superconductor. Enter the optical magnetometer: quantum B-field measurement precision in vivo.

Best Android tablets: February 2016 edition

Let's take a look a selection of the very best Android tablets currently available.

Best Android smartphones: February 2016 edition

Let's take a look a selection of the very best Android handsets currently available.

Dell Inspiron 15 7559 $800 Gaming Laptop First Look

The Dell Inspiron 15 7559 is a budget-oriented laptop aimed at gamers who want to play the latest titles on the go. Let's see what this sub-$800 system can do.

Microsoft’s abysmal phone sales may mean the death of Windows 10 Mobile

Microsoft's Lumia sales collapsed in Q4 2015, with only half the sales they showed the year before. Is Windows 10 Mobile effectively dead just months after launch?

ECS LIVA One Skylake mini-PC Review

The desktop PC market has been subject to many challenges over the last few years. However, the miniaturization trend (including the introduction of the ultra-compact form factor - UCFF - NUCs) has provided some bright spots. The recent...Show More Summary

VAIO to Start Selling Laptops in the U.S. This Spring

Due to intense competition in the market of personal computers and miniscule margins, Sony decided to spin off its PC division into a separate company called VAIO back in 2014. VAIO, which is now owned by Japan Industrial Partners, a private equity fund, at first focused only on its domestic market, where VAIO PCs are traditionally popular. Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge: Here's what to expect

The floodgates are open, and we are awash with Galaxy S7 rumors, and it looks like Samsung is learning from some of the mistakes it made with the Galaxy S6.

Toshiba, Fujitsu and Vaio may be about to merge laptop ops

Japan's laptop-makers mulling combined last stand say Taiwanese sources From Taiwan, an advance on a tantalising rumour: Toshiba, Fujitsu and Vaio look to be seriously considering a merger of their laptop-making operations.…

Chip company FTDI accused of bricking counterfeits again

RS-232 is still enough of a thing there are people who turn a quid ripping off chipsets Semiconductor company Future Technology Devices International (FTDI), which in 2014 was caught out bricking products built using knock-off chips, has again been accused of fooling around with device drivers.…

Asus PB328Q 32-inch AMVA QHD Monitor Review

Today we're evaluating one of the most accurate and best-performing monitors we've tested: the 32-inch AMVA QHD Asus PB328Q. Let's see how it compares to the tough competition.

VR Devs Approaching FPS Games In Very Different Ways

First person shooters seem like they would be perfect for VR, but they present some difficult issues to overcome. We saw three different approaches to solve the problem for HTC Vive games.

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