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Epic's VR Demo Scene For the GTX 980 Now Runs On Morpheus PS4 Headset At 60 FPS
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Ask Slashdot: What's the Best Dumb Phone?
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GM's Exec. Chief Engineer For Electric Vehicles Pam Fletcher Answers Your Question
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Asus ZenFone 2 Performance Sneak Peek With Intel Z3580 Inside
Posted by: MojoKid
Full HD screen, a 13MP rear camera, dual-SIM support and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The high-end model can be had for only $299, unlocked. A $199 version with 2GB of RAM and a slightly slower Intel Atom Z3560 is also available. In the benchmarks, the Zenfone 2 offers competent though middling performance but considering Asus has priced the ZenFone 2 so aggressively, it's sure to grab some attention at retail with consumers looking for a contract-free commitment.



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In 1984, Jobs and Wozniak Talk About Apple's Earliest Days
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Pre-Orders Start For Neo900 Open Source Phone
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Linux 4.0 Has a File-System Corruption Problem, RAID Users Warned
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Hydrogen-Powered Drone Can Fly For 4 Hours at a Time
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Energy Dept. Wants Big Wind Energy Technology In All 50 US States
Posted by: coondoggie
Enabling Wind Power nationwide

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Why Apple Ditched Its Plan To Build a Television
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Yubikey Neo Teardown and Durability Review
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First Smart TVs Powered By Firefox OS On Sale In Europe, Worldwide Soon
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We’re happy to partner with Panasonic to bring the first Smart TVs powered by Firefox OS to the world,” said Andreas Gal, Mozilla CTO. “With Firefox and Firefox OS powered devices, users can enjoy a custom and connected Web experience and take their favorite content (apps, videos, photos, websites) across devices without being locked into one proprietary ecosystem or brand.”



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New Chips Could Bring Deep Learning Algorithms To Your Smartphone
Posted by: catchblue22
For applications like video surveillance it performs very well,

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Turning an Arduino Project Into a Prototype
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How Windows 10 Performs On a 12-inch MacBook
Posted by: An
Here's the real kicker: it's fast. It's smooth. It renders at 60FPS unless you have a lot going on. It's unequivocally better than performance on OS X, further leading me to believe that Apple really needs to overhaul how animations are done. Even when I turn Transparency off in OS X, Mission Control isn't completely smooth. Here, even after some Aero Glass transparency has been added in, everything is smooth. It's remarkable, and it makes me believe in the 12-inch MacBook more than ever before. So maybe it's ironic that in some regards, the new MacBook runs Windows 10 (a prerelease version, at that) better than it runs OS X.

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Wind Turbines With No Blades
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Their idea is the Vortex, a bladeless wind turbine that looks like a giant rolled joint shooting into the sky. The Vortex has the same goals as conventional wind turbines: To turn breezes into kinetic energy that can be used as electricity.

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Linino-Enabled Arduino Yun Shrinks In Size and Cost
Posted by: DeviceGuru
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A Look At GTA V PC Performance and Image Quality At 4K
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Mechanical 'Clicky' Keyboards Still Have Followers (Video)
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Oculus Rift Hardware Requirements Revealed, Linux and OS X Development Halted
Posted by: An
HDMI 1.3 video output supporting a 297MHz clock via a direct output architecture.

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