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Treating patient, not virus, could beat many flu strains at once

Share This article A radical new approach to fighting influenza could not only save countless lives each year, it could pave the way for other drugs in the future. Called Vasculotide, it represents a paradigm shift in the thinking of fighting ...

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New Snowden leak: NSA uses warrantless Web surveillance to hunt hackers

Share This article Ever since Edward Snowden began to leak details on the mass surveillance programs of the NSA and other government agencies, there’s been an ongoing debate over the nature and limits that should be placed on such surveillance. ...

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Microsoft unveils Windows 10 ship date, OEM prices leak online: Is this OS ready to debut?

Share This article Microsoft has officially confirmed AMD’s previous leak — the next version of the venerable Windows operating system will be available on July 29. Microsoft plans to finalize the Windows code by the end of June before shipping ...

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Android M developer preview hands on: Refining the experience

Share This article Android 5.0 Lollipop was a big step for Android, though it took a few iterations to get all the major bugs ironed out. The still-unnamed Android M is only out in developer preview, but it seems aimed ...

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NASA, DARPA collaborating on Deep Web search to analyze spacecraft data

Share This article By now you may have heard of the Deep Web, which is a loose term describing the invisible or hidden layer of the Web that search engines like Google and Bing don’t index (hence the iceberg metaphor, ...

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The Witcher 3 can’t maintain 30fps on either the PS4 or Xbox One

Share This article The Witcher 3 has been both critically and commercially successful since its release last week, but it’s not without its issues. Most notably, the frame rate on the PS4 and Xbox One has been sub-par. Nobody sincerely ...

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Rumors swirl Pebble may be in financial trouble post-Apple Watch launch

Share This article Ever since it launched its first Kickstarter, Pebble has been a poster child for successful product crowdsourcing campaigns. Unlike many Kickstarter gadgets, which go missing, take years to materialize, or collapse in allegations of fraud, Pebble has ...

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The Oculus Rift’s formal PC requirements are a doozy

Share This article Ever since Oculus launched the Rift’s Kickstarter, there’ve been questions about what kind of PC hardware would be required to drive the experience. Oculus has long been coy on the details. But as of today, it’s finally ...

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IBM announces silicon photonics breakthrough, set to break 100Gb/s barrier

Share This article IBM has announced a breakthrough in the field of silicon photonics — the first fully integrated wavelength multiplexed chip. This new device is designed to enable the manufacture of 100Gb/s optical transceivers and allow both the optical ...

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SSDs can lose data in as little as 7 days without power

Share This article SSDs have a number of advantages over conventional hard drives. They draw less power, they’re an order of magnitude faster, and while they remain more expensive in absolute terms, the size of that gap has shrunk markedly ...

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