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AMD lawsuit over false Bulldozer chip marketing is bogus

Share This article A new class-action lawsuit against AMD is arguing that the company engaged in fraud and deceptive marketing when it claimed that its Bulldozer processors had eight cores. The suit, Dickey v. Advanced Micro Devices Inc, argues that ...

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NASA solves the mystery of Mars’ missing atmosphere

Share This article After decades of work, NASA believes it has solved one of the most fundamental questions of how Mars became the dusty, barren planet that it is today. Over the past 15 years, rovers like Spirit, Opportunity, and ...

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Batman: Arkham Knight is still broken on PC, Warner Bros. offers refunds

Share This article The PC port of Batman: Arkham Knight continues to be a comedy of errors. In spite of numerous patches, a complete relaunch, and loads of promises, the game still performs poorly on a wide range of PCs. ...

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Yamaha’s motorbike-riding robot wants to be world champion

Share This article Yamaha’s new humanoid robot, Motobot, just learned to ride a motorbike and already it’s talking trash. At the recent Tokyo Motor Show where Motobot was unveiled, it announced that the reason it was created was to simply ...

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Russian ships may be preparing to attack the global internet

Share This article US government sources have revealed to the New York Times growing concerns that Russian naval vessels may be threatening the global internet infrastructure. Russian ships have been seen tracing out the routes of the trans-oceanic cables that ...

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The most powerful hurricane on record blew up out of nowhere — and it’s headed for Mexico

Share This article Hurricane Patricia, the most intense tropical cyclone ever observed in the Western Hemisphere and the strongest storm ever recorded in terms of sustained winds, is now headed for the coast of Mexico. Normally, strong hurricanes develop over ...

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23andMe is ready to start providing limited health data again

Share This article It has been almost two years since the FDA ordered online genetic testing firm 23andMe to stop offering its health screening service. Now, the company has jumped through all the necessary regulatory hoops to begin offering health data again. ...

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MIT team genetically engineers a quantum virus for efficient energy transport

Share This article When MIT phenoms Seth Lloyd and Angela Belcher put their heads together to create the perfect peanut butter cup, you know we are going to be there to take a bite. Lloyd, of quantum computer fame, realized ...

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Scientists are still figuring out how their own memristors work

Share This article Memristors could be big — like, the future of computer memory, and even computing itself, big. But then again, the idea was first floated about 45 years ago, and we still can’t buy a product that uses it: ...

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Microsoft updates Windows 10: adds features, addresses clean install license nightmare

Share This article Microsoft has released Build 10565 to Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring. It is chock full of new features, but the most-important may be an improved system for licensing a new install on a Windows 7 or ...

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