Monthly Archives: May 2016

Bayer to use satellite imaging to modernize farming efforts

You probably know Bayer for its aspirin. But the multinational pharmaceutical company has its fingers in more pies that that — it's also keen to become a force in agriculture. As part of a push to focus on its Crop … Read the rest of this entry

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Plug this into your Android phone and it records 3D video

As the latest Android phones cram more camera tricks up their unibody sleeves, what about your current smartphone that's barely a year old? Well that might be where the Eye-Plug comes in. Hidden inside a humble stand deep within Computex … Read the rest of this entry

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Digital Storm’s latest gaming all-in-one packs a 10-core CPU

The trend of gigantic all-in-one gaming PCs isn't ending any time soon. Digital Storm has unveiled a new version of the Aura, a 34-inch curved system that packs some truly high-end hardware. To begin with, it's one of the first … Read the rest of this entry

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Faintest known galaxy could shed light on the early universe

Scientists have only just started finding extremely faint galaxies. However, they've already topped themselves by discovering the faintest known galaxy to date… and it might just provide insight into the universe's early days. Found through gravita… Engadget RSS Feed

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ASUS upgrades its crazy ROG liquid-cooled gaming laptop

ROG, ASUS' well-respected gaming PC arm, likes to unveil a barrage of weird systems at Taipei's Computex — and this year is no different. To start with, its insane liquid-cooled GX700 gaming laptop is coming back for another round. The … Read the rest of this entry

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Largest-ever math proof chews up 200TB of data

You've probably been asked to prove a math solution at some point, but never like this. Researchers have created the world's largest math proof while solving the Boolean Pythagorean triples problem, consuming a whopping 200TB of data — the previous… … Read the rest of this entry

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Ben Heck’s Hackmanji board game

With a bit of laser cutting for the box and some 3D printing for the pieces, cogs and arms, Ben, Karen and Felix build a new version of the board game Jumanji. (Yes indeed, it's on based on the 1995 … Read the rest of this entry

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4K copy protection removal shop settles for $5.2 million

Intel and Warner Bros. are still very much embroiled in a war on companies stripping copyright protection from 4K and Blu-ray videos. Hardware seller Ace Deal has agreed to pay the two industry giants $ 5.2 million to settle a … Read the rest of this entry

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Cinematic VR maker Jaunt needs a new CEO

Let's say you run a well-funded startup in the super-hot virtual reality sector. What would you do — bask in your success? Don't tell that to Jaunt CEO Jens Christensen. After just three years at the cinematic VR company he … Read the rest of this entry

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ASUS’ GeForce GTX 1080 is faster and more colorful

NVIDIA's official GeForce GTX 1080 is fast, but let's face it: you're really waiting for the third-party cards that push the limits of what the high-end graphics chipset can really do. And it looks like your patience just paid off. … Read the rest of this entry

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