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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Start-Up CRTL-labs Is Developing A Brain-Computer Interface That Will Blow Your Mind

    CTRL-Labs is a startup that is working diligently in the brain-machine interface, or BMI field. BMI is a type of interface that allows people to control computers using their brain and assisstive technology. It could be a huge breakthrough for allowing people with disabilities to make better use of computers...
  • US Navy Attack Submarines Soon To Be Controlled By Microsoft Xbox Controllers

    Odds are that most of what regular Americans know about submarines comes from what we see in movies. Those subs always have a large mast that comes down in the middle of a room for the periscope. The person manning that periscope simply spins in a circle to look out...
  • Visitors 'help' Pirate Bay mine virtual cash

    The Pirate Bay briefly put code on some of its web pages that used visitors' machines to mine a virtual currency. The hidden code helped the file-sharing site generate coins for the Monero digital currency. The Pirate Bay's administrators said using the code had been an experiment to see whether...
  • Snapchat blocks Al Jazeera in Saudi Arabia

    Social media platform Snapchat has blocked access to Al Jazeera content in Saudi Arabia. Snapchat said it was asked by the Saudi authorities to remove the Qatari-backed broadcaster's Discover Publisher Channel because it violated local laws. Qatar is in an ongoing dispute with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the UAE...
  • NVIDIA DGX-1 Supercomputer Shreds Geekbench With 8 Tesla V100 GPUs, 960 TFLOPs Of Compute

    For those who need the ultimate in compute power, but can't accommodate a computer that would fill an entire room, NVIDIA's DGX-1 'supercomputer' fits the bill. Unveiled earlier this year at NVIDIA's own GTC, the DGX-1 is a server unit that packs in 8 of the company's ultra-powerful Tesla V100s...
  • Verizon To Cut Off 8,500 Rural Wireless Customers For Excessive Data Usage

    Verizon Wireless has announced to 8,500 customers in rural parts of the country that it will no longer service them and all of their phones on their accounts as of October 17. The reason that Verizon Wireless is ditching these 8,500 rural customers, that have a total of 19,000 line...
  • Nintendo Switch Hackers Discover Hidden NES Golf Game With Joy-Con Support In All Systems

    Nintendo has a long history of selling its consoles with at least one game so you can play right out of the box. Way back in the day the Nintendo Entertainment System came with the light gun for Duck Hunt and a janky robot game with spinning tops that a...
  • AMD Ryzen Mobile Multi-Threaded Benchmark Leak Shows Nearly 2x Uplift Over Bristol Ridge

    AMD is back in the game with its Zen architecture and, for the first time in a long time, is able to compete with Intel in the high-end desktop CPU market with its Ryzen and Threadripper processor lines. And in the GPU market, Vega has given AMD a competitive solution...
  • T-Mobile Backpedals On Apple Watch Series 3 Throttling, Will Offer Full LTE Speeds

    Yesterday afternoon, we reported that T-Mobile had taken the rather unpopular decision to throttle forthcoming owners of the cellular version of the Apple Watch Series 3 to 3G speeds. Considering that the Apple Watch Series 3 is capable of downloading data at LTE speeds, an artificial limit of 512kbps left...
  • Western Digital Unearths 12TB High Performance WD Gold Enterprise Hard Drives

    The need for more bulk storage isn't slowing down, and in fact continues to grow at an incredible rate. At one point, a 4TB hard drive seemed like it offered a ton of digital breathing room. Today, that's not so much the case. As we capture our photos and videos...

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