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New York State Introduce The Textalyzer

Most of us know of the breathalyzer, the device that all police officers carry in their cars to check if you’re over the alcoholic tolerance levels whilst driving. The simple device has been in use for…

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Oculus Confirms Rift Compatible PC Bundles

  The range of potential possibilities concerning the forthcoming Oculus Rift headset promises to be both exciting and also worth the wait, in theory, the problem lies with headset compatibility for the extensive array of PCs…

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Donald Trump Claims he Will Make Apple Start Building Computers in The US

Donald Trump is a divisive figure who seems to thrive on controversy. Whenever he voices any sort of xenophobic or racist remarks, his popularity increases. While there’s an ongoing discussion in the UK about banning Trump,…

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2015 Saw Biggest Ever Decline in PC Sales

PC sales in 2015 were the lowest since 2008 – shipping below 300 million units – and the on-year decline of 10.6% is the largest decline ever experienced, beating a previous drop of 9.8% in 2013,…

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Computers Can Now Accurately Forge Human Handwriting

Alex Graves, a specialist in Long Short-Term Memory recurrent neural networks at the University of Toronto, published a number of fascinating findings before the documentation was quickly removed. Graves’ research is astonishing and revolves around the…

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Florida Public Schools to Spy on Students’ Social Media

The Orange County Public Schools District have chosen to monitor people’s social activity in their area, the district announced on Thursday that it has signed up with a service called Snaptrends, which bills itself as “Pioneering…

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Defence Controls Could Criminalise Teaching Encryption

Encryption, the word has been used a lot recently in news reports and in virus attacks, It is a technology that essentially locks your files up with a key that only you know, no-one else can…

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Soon You Can Get a Computer for Just $9

The first computer, ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer), weighed about twenty-seven tons and took up about 1,800 square feet of space. Over on Kickstarter, Next Thing Co. is taking funding for a project called C.H.I.P…

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Braebo Computers ‘Titan’ Budget AMD Gaming System Review

Introduction When we take a wide look at the pre-built systems market in the UK, the number of names out there that one can choose from is growing on a near day-to-day basis. The scale at…

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Complex Algorithm To Accurately Identify Objects Including Human Faces

Computers that can identify objects seem a thing from the future. Apparently, it is more close to reality than any of us think. Birmingham Young University from Provo, US – has found a way to make…

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Computer Could Learn Common Sense In The Near Future

According to a an article from Fudzilla, scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have built a software that can search the web on a non-stop basis and learn common sense. A normal human that browses the internet…

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UK Gaming Computers Flagship ‘Minos’ Mini PC System Review

Introduction In the UK there are a growing number of system integrators to chose from when buying a new PC and with such a competitive market, it is not the easiest of tasks to decide who…

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Panasonic Guilty Of Price Fixing Car Parts & Laptop Batteries, Fined $56.5 Million

Panasonic have pleaded guilty to charges that they conspired to fix prices in two major markets, laptop battery packs and auto parts, of course we are a little more interested in the battery scandal than we…

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Computex 2013 Live Gallery

Keep your eyes peeled on this page as we update you with constant photos of our coverage from Computex 2013. All Computex based content articles about upcoming products and news will be found here. This page…

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PC Shipments Expected to Drop This Year, China to Blame

According to the latest IDC report on PC shipments figures for Q1 of 2013 (January to end of March) are reportedly looking a bit grim. The big problem for the world as a whole is that…

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3 Things You May Not Know About Network Security

Rick Delgado is a freelance writer who specializes in technology advancement and network forensics. He enjoys keeping up with the latest gadgets and anticipating the next breakthroughs. As the physical world has moved digital, so have criminals. Before,…

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Enermax DreamBass Genie Review

Enermax have decided to delve into the audio market with the DreamBass USB amplifier, but is it just a gimmick?