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Month: June 2018

NASA limits future space telescope costs amid mission delays and budget uncertainty

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Intel Previews M.2 Optane SSD 905P 380GB

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During Intel’s keynote at Computex 2018, Intel Client Computing Group manager Gregory Bryant offered a brief preview of the upcoming M.2 version of the Optane SSD 905P high-end NVMe SSD. Intel’s Optane SSD lineup has been split between the high-performance, high-power drives in 2.5″ U.2 and PCIe add-in card form factors, and the much lower-performance […]

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Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting will decide Elon Musk’s future

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Last week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk was bombarded with hundreds of questions from fans via Twitter — along with declarations of adoration and the occasional aspersions — ahead of the company’s annual shareholder meeting on June 5th. The questions ran the gamut: Will Tesla create an electric microbus? Will it participate in the Formula E […]

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EVGA Next-Gen Power Supply for SFX: Supernova 650 GM

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Also on EVGA’s Power Supply list was this little 80 PLUS-rated Gold unit. The aim here for a super small set of power supplies for 450W, 550W, 650W. Obviously, at this range, there are silent PSUs available, but EVGA is on the side of size. These units are near completion and set for a July […]

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What bacteria are right for delicious cheese? We went to a cheese cave to find out

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The delicious microbial truth of how your cheese gets made Continue reading…

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Firefox is testing features that let you customize colors and view two tabs in one

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Mozilla Firefox is testing out two new experimental extensions that let users further customize their browser and view tabs together more easily. The first one is called Firefox Color and it lets you change the colors of the background, text, icons, and the toolbar. Whatever you change can be saved and you can also choose […]

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Apple Deprecates OpenGL Across All OSes; Urges Developers to use Metal

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As has long been the story at One Infinite Loop, what Apple giveth is what Apple taketh, and Apple’s latest rendition of OSes is going to be no exception. Listed in the developer release notes for both iOS and macOS, Apple is deprecating support for what are now their legacy graphics and compute APIs: OpenGL, […]

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New Homeland Security system will bring facial recognition to land borders this summer

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The week after the 2016 election, drivers exiting the United States at the Nogales border crossing would have noticed something out of the ordinary. A new canopy had been set up over the far-right lane of the checkpoint with an ad-hoc wiring system supporting multiple DSLR cameras. The cameras were trained at the road and […]

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Gigabyte will sell you fake color-changing RAM

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Rainbow-colored RGB-lit RAM isn’t new in the world of computing. Companies like Trident have already bravely infused memory sticks with glowing lights going as far back as 2016. Gigabyte, which announced that it will get into the RAM business at Computex this year, is taking things even further. It’s selling light-up LED-infused RAM that doesn’t […]

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Corsair adds RGB Flare and More Glass To Obsidian 500D: 500D RGB SE Is Born

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Corsair, not resting on their laurels, has announced an updated 500D from its beloved Obsidian series. The standard 500D aluminum plate has been replaced with a piece of smoked tempered glass with three Corsair LL120 RGB fans able to shine through the new piece of glass giving the chassis more of a premium aesthetic.  Lighting […]

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