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Thursday Night Shortbread
— 9:25 PM on March 12, 2015

Eight is Enough Intel lowers first-quarter revenue outlook Ars Technica: 400-page net neutrality order includes 80 pages of Republican dissents LinusTechTips: DirectX 12...

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The TR Podcast 172 video: An Apple on yer wrist and an Oculus on yer face
— 1:14 PM on March 12, 2015

We recorded the latest episode of the TR Podcast last night, and the video of our conversation is now available on YouTube. We talked about...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Mobile computing Podcast

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Wednesday Night Shortbread
— 8:24 PM on March 11, 2015

7 Up Project Zero: Exploiting the DRAM rowhammer bug to gain kernel privileges Ars Technica's hands-on with the Retina MacBook: One-port wonder Ars...

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Google updates Chromebook Pixel with USB-C, Broadwell CPUs
— 2:56 PM on March 11, 2015

Google's Chromebook Pixel has always been kind of a contradiction in terms. Whereas most Chromebooks ply the $300-and-below waters of budget laptops, the original Pixel...

Type: News story Tags: Mobile computing

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Apple Watch starts at $349, ships April 24
— 3:24 PM on March 9, 2015

Apple first revealed its smart watch way back in September. We didn't get too many details at the time, ahem, but Apple revealed much...

Type: News story Tags: Personal tech

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Apple introduces new, ultra-thin MacBook
— 3:02 PM on March 9, 2015

At Apple's press event today, the company returned its mid-line MacBook to its product lineup. And yes, it's the thinnest Apple notebook ever. But...

Type: News story Tags: Mobile computing

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Report: MediaTek SoCs could adopt Radeon graphics
— 10:05 AM on March 9, 2015

MediaTek is one of the biggest SoC providers around. It currently offers a deep lineup of smartphone and tablets chips that pair ARM CPU cores...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Graphics Mobile computing

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Synaptics wants to make mice, keyboards do more in games
— 6:00 AM on March 9, 2015

This past week at GDC, Synaptics unveiled several touch- and fingerprint-sensing solutions that could make mice and keyboards more versatile—and potentially better for gamers.

Type: News story Tags: Input devices Gaming Personal tech

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People want thicker smartphones with bigger batteries; Apple doesn't
— 12:52 PM on March 6, 2015

A lot of TR readers have lamented the drive toward slimmer devices that sacrifice battery life to shave a few millimeters. As it turns out,...

Type: News story Tags: Mobile computing Personal tech

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Friday Shortbread
— 10:32 AM on March 6, 2015

Eight is Enough Ars Technica: HTTPS-crippling "FREAK" bug affects Windows after all Plugable: Windows 8.1 and the ASMedia USB 3.1 XHCI 1.1...

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Deal of the week: A G-Sync display, Shield Tablet, and more
— 9:15 AM on March 6, 2015

We have a few unexpected items in this week's deals post, plus some of the usual suspects. G-Sync monitors are still relatively rare, so it's somewhat...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Storage Displays Memory Mobile computing

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Thursday Night Shortbread
— 6:17 PM on March 5, 2015

The Pick 6 MacRumors: MacBook Air refresh with Broadwell processors and Intel HD 6000 graphics appears imminent Reuters: Apple delays larger iPad production...

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Wednesday Shortbread
— 2:17 PM on March 4, 2015

The Pick 6 Help Net Security: 0-day flaw in Seagate NAS devices endangers thousands AppleInsider: 'iPhone 6s' said to ship with 2GB...

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Nvidia introduces Shield set-top box with Android TV
— 10:14 PM on March 3, 2015

Tonight at GDC, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang introduced the latest in the company's lineup of Shield devices: a set-top box running Android TV.

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Gaming Personal tech

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Tuesday Night Shortbread
— 8:01 PM on March 3, 2015

Eight is Enough Kroll Ontrack survey reveals solid state disk (SSD) technology highly adopted, but not infallible Microsoft: A first look at the...

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Gartner: Apple overtook Samsung as top smartphone vendor last quarter
— 3:33 PM on March 3, 2015

It's that time again: in the endless horse race of quarterly smartphone sales, we now know who's a nose ahead and who fell off the...

Type: News story Tags: Mobile computing Personal tech

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Unity 5 wants to be the game engine for everyone, everywhere
— 1:40 PM on March 3, 2015

Today at GDC 2015, Unity released the latest version of its eponymous game engine: Unity 5. The company emphasized the egalitarian philosophy and broad cross-platform...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Gaming Software Personal tech

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SanDisk unveils microSD card with a whopping 200GB capacity
— 11:58 AM on March 2, 2015

Moore's Law is an amazing thing, folks. Yesterday, SanDisk announced its latest high-capacity Ultra-branded microSDXC card, which crams 200GB of storage into a card...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Memory Mobile computing

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