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Enermax Enters SFX Game with Revolution SFX PSUs

As small form-factor gaming PCs gain traction, more companies enter the scene with small form factor power supplies. Enermax this week introduced its first power supplies in SFX form-factor designed for high-performance systems. TheShow More Summary

Hands-off the steering wheel with a Delphi-Mobileye autonomous test-drive

Delphi puts more emphasis on cameras, but lidar and radar are still on-board. At CES, Audis will show their stuff on a 6.5-mile urban loop, including tunnels where GPS doesn't work. The post Hands-off the steering wheel with a Delphi-Mobileye autonomous test-drive appeared first on ExtremeTech.

AirDroid Vows To Fix Security Vulnerabilities Disclosed In May

AirDroid said it wants to release a patch to address critical vulnerabilities in its Android app within the next two weeks--almost seven months after Zimperium disclosed the problems.

2016 Christmas gift guide: Gifts for people who like to fix things

If you're in the business of repairing PCs, smartphones, or tablets, then you need the tools to help you get the job done in a fast, efficient, and safe way.

Best iPhone or iPad apps for 2016

iOS 10 gives iPhone and iPad users the ability to delete built-in apps such as Mail, FaceTime, and Music and replace them with third-party apps. But which apps should you choose? Deleting a built-in app is the same as deleting any other app, just press and hold on the icon on the Home screen until they jiggle, and then tap the X. Show More Summary

Seagate Announces Duet: An Amazon Cloud-Syncing Portable HDD for $99.99

Seagate this week has continued to introduce special-purpose storage devices tailored for select applications: the company is launching its Duet external hard drive that automatically downloads and uploads content from (and to) Amazon Drive to enable instant and offline access to data stored in the cloud. Show More Summary

The Fnatic Rush G1 Mechanical Keyboard Review

In this review we are having a look at the Rush G1, the first keyboard from Fnatic, the professional eSports team who is making an attempt in entrepreneurialism. Their brand name, Fnatic Gear, supplies only apparel and peripherals designed specifically with eSports in mind.

ASRock Upgrades Beebox-S SFF PCs with Kaby Lake CPUs

ASRock has introduced updated versions of its Beebox-S small form-factor PCs. The new NUC-like systems are powered by Intel’s Core i5-7100U/i3-7200U CPUs featuring the Kaby Lake microarchitecture, but apart from that the computers are identical to their predecessors running the Skylake chips. Show More Summary

This week in space: The future of NASA, the ESA diagnosed its Mars probe failure, and setbacks while resupplying the ISS

NASA's funding is on the chopping block and a Russian spacecraft blew up. But the ESA figured out what went wrong with Schiaparelli, so we've got that going for us -- along with gorgeous The post This week in space: The future of NASA, the ESA diagnosed its Mars probe failure, and setbacks while resupplying the ISS appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Here's What You Missed From The Game Awards

It's nearly the end of the year, which means that The Game Awards are back. Take a look at the new trailers of upcoming games as well as this year's top winners.

Vertigo Games Drops Second 'Arizona Sunshine' Immersive VR Trailer

Vertigo Games continued its pioneering trend and released a second immersive VR trailer for its upcoming zombie survival game, "Arizona Sunshine."

Gigabyte’s Aero 14 Updated With GTX 1060 Graphics

Gigabyte’s thin and light Aero 14 gaming laptop was updated (finally) to Nvidia 10-series graphics, with a GTX 1060 now under the hood.

Dark patterns and the dark web: FBI joins Rule 41 in setting troubling precedent

New disclosures reveal that as part of a child porn takedown, the FBI levied surveillance onto some 8,000 IPs in 120 countries, under the auspices of a single warrant. The new era of grey-hat digital surveillance is taking shape. Who will come out on top? The post Dark patterns and the dark web: FBI joins Rule 41 in setting troubling precedent appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Adata Ultimate SU800 SSD Review

Adata is the first independent fab customer to bring a 3D NAND consumer SSD to market. It's a big deal but is it enough to call this drive the Ultimate SU800?

Did the Navy steal the design for one of its new Littoral Combat Ships?

The Navy has been accused of stealing design elements for its Littoral Combat Ship and refusing to play the inventor who came up with them. In this case, the accusation may well have weight. The post Did the Navy steal the design for one of its new Littoral Combat Ships? appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Western Digital's revamped Raspberry Pi hard drives line-up

It's never been easier to equip your Raspberry Pi with a hard drive.

Best CPUs For Your Money: December 2016

Recommendations for the best CPUs and APUs at various prices points.

Google Announces 'Fuzz Testing' Project For Open Source Software

Google announced the OSS-Fuzz project, which aims to automated the discovery of memory corruption bugs in open source software.

MDMA rolls onto the psychotherapy scene as FDA greenlights Phase III clinical trial

MDMA is a psychotropic drug of recreational abuse. Now scientists are beginning to more carefully explore its psychoactive effects, in hopes that it can be used to treat PTSD. The post MDMA rolls onto the psychotherapy scene as FDA greenlights Phase III clinical trial appeared first on ExtremeTech.

MediaTek Adds the Helio X23 and X27 to Its Deca-Core SoC Family

MediaTek added two additional products to its premiere deca-core SoC family today. The Helio X23 and X27 join the previously released Helio X20 and X25, adding additional performance levels for OEMs to choose from. All four SoCs useShow More Summary

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