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NASA Unveils Mars Rover Concept With Detachable Science Lab

NASA is aiming to have humans on Mars in the next few decades, even if that comes with more risk than we originally thought. Just getting there is only the first challenge. Humans have to be able to survive and ...

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New Fossil Discovery Rewrites History of First Human Beings

Late last month, we reported on how new fossil finds had changed what were thought to be settled questions about the last common ancestor between chimpanzees and humans. Now, we’ve got news of another major upset to the known human ...

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Rime Devs, Pirates Spar Over Whether Denuvo DRM Slows Down the Game

There’s always been a tug-of-war between pirates, developers, and the purveyors of various DRM solutions. Over the years, we’ve seen a variety of DRM schemes come and go, with varying degrees of effectiveness. Over the last few years, one system, ...

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Seagate, Microsoft Debut Xbox One Storage Options With Game Pass

Seagate and Microsoft have teamed up before to offer Xbox-branded external storage options, and the storage manufacturer has recently refreshed its product line to match the style of last summer’s Xbox One S. Beyond that, however, these new drives also ...

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Memo to the Prez: Germans Already Build Cars Here

It wouldn’t be a normal week, or day, if President Trump didn’t ruffle feathers. Here’s one affecting the auto world: In a meeting with top European Union leaders, Trump is said to have criticized Germany for allegedly dumping cars on ...

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ET Deals Memorial Day Roundup: Save on Dell Core i7 Laptops, 1080p Foscam Wireless Cameras, and More

Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, we’ve gathered up some of the very best discounts online. Whether you’re looking for a new PC, a 4K television, or even a wireless camera, there’s something here for everyone. • $ 50 ...

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AMD Clarifies Vega and Server Rollouts, Talks Zen Follow-Ups

AMD’s Financial Analyst Day last week answered some questions about the company’s long-term roadmap and plans for projects like Vega, Ryzen, and its new server platform, Epyc. Many of you still had questions, however, about the timing and nature of ...

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AMD’s RX Vega Won’t Launch Until Later This Year

AMD’s Radeon Technology Group (RTG) held a Reddit AMA session yesterday and answered a number of questions about their upcoming Vega GPU. Those of you hoping for a quick launch are going to be disappointed. While the company demoed and ...

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How L1 and L2 CPU Caches Work, and Why They’re an Essential Part of Modern Chips

The development of caches and caching is one of the most significant events in the history of computing. Virtually every modern CPU core from ultra-low power chips like the ARM Cortex-A5 to the highest-end Intel Core i7 use caches. Even higher-end microcontrollers ...

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New Ransomware Attack Used Leaked NSA Exploits to Hit NHS

Organizations across the world have been hit by another wave of ransomware, with targets mostly concentrated in Europe and Asia. One of the most prominent targets is the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), which has caused many clinics and offices ...

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