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Google Chrome now lets you sign in to most services without a password

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Google just released Chrome 67 for desktop, as spotted by ZDNet. This version of Chrome will allow password-free sign-ins for most websites, meaning you can avoid hunting through a password manager for specific credentials. Password-free sign-ins come from the Web Authentication standard, which was launched in March by the FIDO Alliance and the W3C. It […]

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Wolverine: The Long Night opens up the possibilities for a Marvel Podcast Universe

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There’s a scene in the sixth episode of Marvel and Stitcher’s radio drama podcast Wolverine: The Long Night where special agent Tad Marshall is interviewing a boy whose home was attacked by… something. The agent is searching for Logan, aka the mutant hero Wolverine, who the agent thinks might be behind the attack. But the […]

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This is the Pride Apple Watch face arriving Monday

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A beta version of iOS 11.3 hinted that Apple would have a special pride face for the Apple Watch, and the release of iOS 11.4 and watchOS 4.3.1 has confirmed it, as reported by 9to5Mac. According to code found in iOS by 9to5Mac, the watch face was inspired by the rainbow flag and will move […]

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NBC’s new VR thriller Reverie is a schmaltzy take on techno-dystopia

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In the first few minutes of Reverie, a new episodic science fiction thriller premiering Wednesday, May 30th on NBC, the protagonist starts ranting about smartphones. Mara Kint (Person of Interest’s Sarah Shahi) is a former hostage negotiator turned college professor, and she complains that her students are living with their nose to their screens. “They […]

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The Skydio R1 is becoming the drone GoPro should have made

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The Skydio R1 is not a perfect drone. It shoots 4K footage, but the image quality pales in comparison to what you get from DJI’s drones. It is relatively big, it doesn’t fold up, and at $2,500, it’s far too expensive for… basically anyone. But today, the small California startup is adding an update to […]

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Intel Leaks Model Numbers of Entry Level Xeon E-2000 CPUs

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Intel has published model numbers of its upcoming Xeon E processors based on the Coffee Lake-S core. The new chips will be used in entry-level servers and workstations and will be formally introduced in the coming weeks. In addition, Intel announced plans to use a yet another test and assembly line to build its Coffee […]

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Intel Persistent Memory Event: Live Blog

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It’s a Live Blog! More Optane in bound, looks like Apache Pass.

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Ambien manufacturer wants you to know its product does not make you racist

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Roseanne was canceled by ABC yesterday following a racist remark star Roseanne Barr tweeted about Valerie Jarrett, who was a senior adviser to President Obama. Following the cancellation, Barr tweeted out a long-winded apology, which included a claim that the damning tweet had been influenced by a dose of Ambien. “I have had odd ambien […]

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Samsung Unveils 32 GB DDR4-2666 SO-DIMMs

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Samsung on Wednesday introduced its first consumer products based on its 16 Gb DDR4 memory chips demonstrated earlier this year. The new SO-DIMMs are aimed at high-performance notebooks that benefit from both speed and capacity of memory modules. Samsung’s new 32 GB DDR4 SO-DIMMs based on 16 Gb DDR4 memory ICs (integrated circuits) are rated […]

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Why it’s so hard to develop the right material for brain implants

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The brain is soft and squishy, like “a swollen network of gooey gel.” Electronics, on the other hand, tend to be rigid. So designing a brain implant can be tricky, like sticking a plastic fork into a bowl of Jell-O and hoping the fork doesn’t move too much. The first sensor was implanted into the […]

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