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Google, working with researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, conducted a study that found 5 percent of users visiting Google sites were infected with Ad Injectors.
Google, working with researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, conducted a study that found 5 percent of users visiting Google sites were infected with Ad Injectors.
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The new version seems to be mainly about new security improvements and fixes, which comes at an ideal time, considering Firefox didn't do so well in the Pwn2Own browser security competition.
Mozilla updated its Firefox browser to version 37, adding opportunistic encryption as well as new security features.
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Does it still let me use Yahoo instead of Google? I hope so. LOL
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Move over, Oculus Rift. Get lost, HTC Vive. Don't even bother, Microsoft's Hololens. There's an unbelievable new tech in town called literal reality (LR) that completely blows away the best VR or AR experience you've ever had or could hope to have.
Move over, Oculus Rift. Get lost, HTC Vive. Don't even bother, Microsoft's Hololens. There's an unbelievable new tech in town called literal reality (LR) that completely blows away the best VR or AR experience you've ever had or could hope to have.
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Imagine what it will do for the adult entertainment industry.....oh wait. lol
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While it might not be the most recognizable name, the Andyson Platinum R1200 offers great performance at a reasonable price point. And we can't forget the highly aggressive 10-year warranty!
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AMD has been working closely with Microsoft to integrate Asynchronous Shaders that will hopefully allow us to use our GPU power more efficiently.
Asynchronous Shaders are something that should have arrived a long time ago, because all we've been doing is throwing more power at the problem, rather than using that power more efficiently.
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this is just wicked....keep'um coming....they just keep letting out more and more all the time...stacking vram instead of mirroring, sounded awesome then mixing cards, even brands.....wow man......its a geeks wet dream...for real....go AMD get all the goodies into dx 12 for your cards....unleash the beast..we have been waiting along time
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The James Donkey team recently kicked off a crowdsourcing project called the James Donkey 007, a wired, professional gaming mouse designed to accommodate any right-handed gamer.
There's a project on Pozible seeking pledges for a professional gaming mouse.
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I sincerely thought this was an early April Fool's
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Google announced not one, but four new Chrome OS devices to its lineup. The first two are the most inexpensive Chromebooks we've seen, while the other two are new products from its longtime partnership with Asus.
Google revealed its least expensive Chromebooks to date and introduced a unique, portable stick loaded with Chrome OS.
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Western Digital made an external hard drive just for the console gamer.
Running out of space on your Xbox One? Western Digital can help you out with a 2 TB portable drive.
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Nvidia added more features and games to the Shield ecosystem in preparation for the May release of the Nvidia Shield home console.
Nvidia added more features and games to the Shield ecosystem in preparation for the May release of the Nvidia Shield home console.
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The new Surface 3 tablet ditches Windows RT for the full version of Windows 8.1.
The new Surface 3 tablet ditches the ARM-based processor for an Intel Atom chip.
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The VR landscape continues to grow as more and more companies are coming out with a variety of VR products such as apps, sensors and head-mounted displays (HMDs). Impression Pi is one of those companies, and it claims its HMDs can deliver a number of features that could rival big companies such as Oculus and HTC.
The Impression Pi is certainly impressive, with apparent features such as gesture and positional tracking, as well as the ability to show both virtual and augmented reality.
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In a live-broadcast FCC meeting, the Wireline Competition Bureau and Media Bureau reiterated and defended the decisions made by the FCC in the February 26 meeting.
In a live-broadcast FCC meeting today, the Wireline Competition Bureau and Media Bureau reiterated and defended the decisions made by the FCC in the February 26 meeting.
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