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Simple way to add wireless charging to your iPhone

Waiting for Apple to add wireless charging to the iPhone so you can be like your Android buddies? Here's how to add the feature for yourself.

NVIDIA Releases Android 7.0 Update for SHIELD Tablet

A couple of weeks back NVIDA released their Android 7.0 “Nougat” update for their original SHIELD TV. Now this week their other SHIELD devices are getting in on the action, with the release of the Android 7.0 update for the SHIELD Tablet...Show More Summary

Eurocom Launches a 780 W External PSU for Laptops

The world is getting mobile and many things that used to come in full-tower desktop chassis are now available in mobile form-factors. For example, high-performance notebooks from companies like Eurocom, Clevo or MSI can easily leaveShow More Summary

The Best Internal 2.5? and 3.5? Hard Drives – February 2017

Find out the best High performance, NAS, Surveillance, Archive, Data Center and 2.5" hard drives!

It costs almost nothing to charge a smartphone for a year

How much does the electricity needed to charge a smartphone over the course of a year cost? Under a dollar? A few dollars? Tens of dollars? Hundreds of dollars? The figure will surprise you.

GlobalFoundries to Expand Capacities, Build a Fab in China

GlobalFoundries has announced plans to expand manufacturing capacities for its leading edge and mainstream production technologies in the U.S., Germany and Singapore. After the upgrades of the fabs are completed, the total 300-mm output of the company will increase by approximately 20%. Show More Summary

11-Drive DRAMless SSD Round Up

What would happen if your SSD had amnesia? We examine several DRAMless SSDs that are currently shipping and two reference designs with next-generation memory.

Valve kills Steam Greenlight, announces Steam Direct

Steam is retiring Greenlight and making way for a new program to bring games to the masses -- but will this solve the company's shovelware problem or exacerbate it? The post Valve kills Steam Greenlight, announces Steam Direct appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Top 10 cars of the 2017 Chicago Auto Show

Refreshes, model refreshes at the Chicago auto show. LA, NY, Detroit have more glitz; Chicago has the most paying attendees. So there. The post Top 10 cars of the 2017 Chicago Auto Show appeared first on ExtremeTech.

'Star Trek: Bridge Crew' Delayed Again, But Original Series Fans Should Be Happy

Ubisoft passed on some good news and some bad news about "Star Trek: Bridge Crew." The publisher revealed that it pushed the game’s release date back again, but the justification should please any true fan.

Microsoft Gets NSA Approval For Windows 10 And Surface

Windows 10 and Surface devices are now cleared for classified use, and Microsoft revealed plans to discuss more security upgrades ahead of next week's RSA Conference.

ET deals: 256GB solid-state drive for $99.99 with a $50 Dell gift card

Want to improve your boot time? Now's an excellent opportunity to invest in a solid-state drive. Right this moment, Dell is selling a 256GB SSD at a 50% discount, and throwing in a $50 gift card to boot. The post ET deals: 256GB solid-state drive for $99.99 with a $50 Dell gift card appeared first on ExtremeTech.

South Africa may be the epicenter of a geomagnetic pole reversal in progress

Evidence suggests that the planet may be in the opening strains of a geomagnetic chicken dance, the likes of which we haven't seen for almost a million years. The post South Africa may be the epicenter of a geomagnetic pole reversal in progress appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Valve Replaces Greenlight With Steam Direct

The new program will require developers to submit documentation and pay a publishing fee for every game they want to put on Steam.

Watch Us Play The 'For Honor' Open Beta On Twitch At 1PM PST

Take a look at Ubisoft's melee combat game before it comes out next week.

'FTL' Devs Announce New Game, 'Into The Breach'

It's a turn-based strategy game with awesome pixel art, grid-based combat, and procedural elements. What else needs to be said?

This week in space: VR, Juno, and Wavey McWaveface

The first gravitational wave ever sensed by mankind has a Twitter account, and you people voted to name it Wavey McWaveface. Clearly the internet has become self-aware, and is poking fun at itself. The post This week in space: VR, Juno, and Wavey McWaveface appeared first on ExtremeTech.

ET deals: Dell Inspiron 15 7000 series quad-core gaming laptop for $700

If you're looking for a reasonably priced gaming laptop that can handle new releases, take a look at the 15.6-inch Inspiron 15 7000 series from Dell. With a quad-core Skylake processor, a beefy graphics card, a solid-state hybrid drive,...Show More Summary

WhatsApp Enables Two-Step Verification To Protect Users Against Impersonation Attacks

WhatsApp enabled two-step verification for users on Windows, Android, and iOS. The feature will protect users against impersonation from malicious hackers.

EVGA's iCX Technology Provides An Updated Approach To Temperature Monitoring

EVGA announced its iCX technology, which the company claimed will revolutionize the way we monitor GPU temperatures. In addition, current ACX 3.0 owners may upgrade to an iCX-equipped card.

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