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The first USB4-supported devices could arrive in late 2020

Back in March, we reported on the announcement of USB4: an upcoming USB standard based on Thunderbolt. It’s set...

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Facebook’s Habitat generates photorealistic homes to teach AI agents real-world navigation skills

The simulation is called Habitat. The researchers published a paper on it back in April with Cornell University, but...

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US adults are increasingly reaching for their smartphones to access the Internet

Americans of all ages are increasingly likely to go online using their smartphone. According to a new Pew Research...

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Steam’s ‘Remote Play’ feature lets you access your game library away from home

As game streaming services continue to make waves in the tech industry, many companies are starting to lean into...

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BenQ is adding an ePaper mode to its new monitors

BenQ this summer will launch two monitors with a rather unique feature. The BenQ GL2480 and the GL2780, 24-inch...

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Who launched the very first website?

Was it Stanford, Xerox, CERN or MIT?

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Square Enix has misplaced code for some of its older games

Google’s Stadia has ignited a firestorm of discussion involving the possibility of publishers making their back catalogs available through...

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Shenmue player discovers Street Fighter tribute hidden for nearly 20 years

Last year, a Japanese news outlet – per a former developer for the game – teased that a number...

Jun 14 · 10 sec read >

Spy connected with targets on LinkedIn using AI-generated pic

A spy used a profile pic generated by AI to connect with targets on LinkedIn, further showing how blurred...

Jun 14 · 1 min read >

Private clouds are dead—but there’s an afterlife

Traditional private clouds are on their way out. I’m talking about the open standards-based stuff that was huge a...

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