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  • IBM Produces First Nanosheet Transistor for 5nm Silicon -IBM and its Research Alliance partners GLOBALFOUNDRIES and Samsung have developed a first-of-a-kind process to build silicon nanosheet transistors that will enable 5 nanometer chips. The resulting increase in performance will help accelerate cognitive computing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and other data-intensive applications delivered in the cloud. The power savings could mean that the batteries in smartphones and other mobile products could last two to three times longer than today's devices, before needing to be charged.
  • Overclocking to 7GHz Takes More Than Just Liquid Nitrogen - An Engadget writer chronicles his experience at a Computex event, where he was tasked with overclocking to 7GHz with liquid nitrogen. Although a newbie, he managed to hit 7.08372GHz with the help of veteran enthusiasts before his system froze up. One point stressed is making sure the water proofing is right, as condensation getting on the motherboard would spell disaster.
  • Corsair Shows off $18,000 Concept Curve Computer Case - The case costs $18,000 and isn't something that you will eventually find in retail
  • ADATA SD700 512GB External SSD Capsule Review - The performance of the drive leaves us with no doubt that it would be a great portable OS drive, even though ADATA doesn't advertise it for that purpose. After all, we have a real SSD inside - the Ultimate SU800. The JMicron bridge chip is also able to map the SCSI Unmap commands to TRIM, as our little test below shows.
  • MacBook 2017 release date, news and features - Apple has announced updates to its entire MacBook line at WWDC, giving its laptops more powerful specifications in the form of the latest Intel chips. As had been previously rumored, last year's MacBook Pros are getting Intel's Kaby Lake processors, as is Apple's 12-inch MacBook, which is also getting faster SSDs. Additionally, there's a new configuration of the 13-inch MacBook Pro without a Touch Bar that starts at a cheaper $1,299, while the 15-inch model now has discrete graphics included standard. Otherwise, the MacBook remains unchanged, with the same screen, design, and ports. Diving into the hardware specs, the MacBook now maxes out at up to a 1.3GHz Core i7 processor, the 13-inch MacBook Pro has up to a 3.5GHz Core i7, and the 15-inch MacBook Pro goes up to a 3.1GHz Core i7 processor.
  • Apple Announces the All-New iPad Pro - Apple has recently announced details on the new iPad Pro, which will come in 2 display sizes, 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch. Coming together with your iPad Pros this fall, would also be the brand new iOS 11 that will enhance your Apple experience as well. Both the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch version will feature the world's most advanced display with ProMotion technology as well as an incredible performance with the latest A10X Fusion chip. Specific to the new 10.5-inch model is its compact built which reduces the borders of the iPad by nearly 40% to fit into an incredibly small package that still weighs just a mere one pound. The iPad Pro will also come with new features thanks to iOS 11 this fall.
  • iPhone 5 and 5c Won't Run iOS 11, 32-Bit Apps Going Away - Some older iPhones will not be part of the iOS 11 party scheduled to arrive this fall. According to Apple's website, the iPhone 5, the iPhone 5c, and the fourth-generation iPad cannot handle iOS 11's 64-bit app requirements, so they will not be receiving the updated operating system. Devices that can run iOS 11 include the iPhone 5s and SE, 6 and 6 Plus, 6s and 6s Plus, and the 7 and 7 Plus. On the tablet front, iOS 11 is compatible with the iPad Mini 2, 3, and 4, the iPad Air and Air 2, the newer iPad, as well as the big and small iPad Pros. The older iPhones in question use 32-bit processors, while every iPhone and iPad released since 2013 uses 64-bit processors (with 32-bit backward compatibility built in.) One of the under-the-hood changes in iOS 11 is dropped support for 32-bit apps, moving all apps to 64-bits. Since the iPhone 5 and 5c can only run 32-bit apps, iOS 11 simply won't work as intended. Apple has been warning developers to update their apps with 64-bit compatibility for some time. Starting some point later this year, Apple will entirely drop 32-bit apps from the App Store. Such apps have likely not been updated by their developers in years. iOS 11 is available to developers in beta. The final version for consumers isn't expected to arrive until the fall.
  • Apple Announces iOS 11 with Person-to-Person Apple Pay - Apple has debuted iOS 11, its next-generation mobile operating system. Starting with messages, iOS 11 introduces improved discoverability for stickers and emoji. iOS 11 will automatically synchronize conversations across devices (iPhone, iPad, macOS), including deleted messages and threads. Apple says most iMessage content is stored in the cloud, which means it uses less storage on mobile devices
  • Apple Targets Augmented Reality - pple says iOS 11 will take advantage of machine learning to a much higher degree than before. The the company has new, specific APIs that developers can use in apps such as the camera for face tracking, face detection, landmarks, text, and so on. Apple says apps like photos and Siri also rely on machine learning to generate a lot of their results. Developers will be able to take advantage of the new machine learning tools via the APIs starting this week. Smarter apps will arrive when iOS 11 does later this year.
  • Samsung Makes Good On Promise to Sell Unlocked Galaxy S8 and S8+ - Samsung today made unlocked versions of its flagship Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones available for sale. People interested in the unlocked phones can pick them up at select Best Buy retail stores, as well as BestBuy.com and Samsung.com. Samsung says the unlocked variants of the S8 and S8+ are compatible with most wireless networks around the world, including those operated by AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless in the U.S. Samsung-branded apps and services are aboard the unlocked S8 and S8+, but carrier-branded bloatware is absent. Samsung's Bixby voice-based assistant is still not ready, though Samsung expects it to arrive in the next month or so. Best Buy and Samsung will permit phone trade-ins, as well as 24-month financing, to help defray the cost of the device. The Galaxy S8 costs $725 and the Galaxy S8+ costs $825. The unlocked phones are only available in midnight black.
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview build 16215 for PCs - Walkthrough Video - Earlier this week, Microsoft released the first new Windows 10 Insider Preview in three weeks. Build 16215 for PCs contains quite a few new features; in fact, it's enough to fill up nearly 20 minutes of a walkthrough video. Microsoft's Edge browser contains a few new improvements. You can once again pin websites to the taskbar, and you can use F11 to put the browser in fullscreen mode. Ebooks in the browser can now be highlighted as well, and you can even take notes. The Start Menu and the Action Center have been updated with acrylic, which is part of Microsoft's new Fluent Design System. The company also made improvements to the way that the Start Menu can be resized. There are also a bunch of improvements to the onscreen keyboard. Many of them have to do with handwriting, but Word Flow functionality has been added to a new one-handed keyboard as well.
  • Google Releases reCAPTCHA API to Improve Android Security - Google has announced a new tool developers can use to authenticate people securely while simultaneously improving the experience for mobile phone users. The company made available the new reCAPTCHA Android API as a part of Google Play Services. Google says this lets app developers and web sites better tell humans and bots apart from one another, particularly with respect to authentication. The API runs Google's new Invisible reCAPTCHA tech, which runs risk analysis behind the scenes to weed out bots and block spam and other abuses. The API is included with Google SafetyNet so mobile developers can manage both the device and user attestations from the same API. This eliminates risks, according to Google, and is more efficient across the board. For end users, the result will be a less intrusive experience when authenticating within apps and on the mobile web.
  • Password manager OneLogin suffers major hack - In a blog post published Tuesday, the single sign-on service wrote that it had detected unauthorized access to OneLogin data in its US data region. The company added it had since blocked the access, and had reached out to impacted customers, though it hasn't revealed how many were affected. In a later update, OneLogin revealed that the hacker "obtained access to a set of AWS (Amazon Web Services) keys and used them to access the AWS API from an intermediate host with another, smaller service provider in the US."  What's most worrying is that while the company says it encrypts "certain data at rest," it could not rule out the possibility that the hacker also obtained the ability to decrypt the data. OneLogin's website states that over 2000 global enterprise customers secure their applications with its software, including Conde Nast, ARM, The Carlyle Group, and Pinterest. It also integrates with apps and services such as Amazon Web Services, Office 365, LinkedIn, Slack, Twitter, and Google.
  • Man Fined $4,000 for "Liking" Controversial Posts on Facebook - Those of us in the States can "like" away, as a federal court in 2013 stated that a "like" on social media is protected speech under the First Amendment, but those in other countries are not so lucky and need to think twice before engaging in what should be a harmless gesture: $4,000 is what a Swiss man owes after giving the thumbs up to defamatory comments. The judge's argument was that this action was a clear endorsement of the content, and it made the comments "accessible to a large number of people," since Facebook showed them to all of his friends and followers
  • iPhone 7 Camera vs $100,000 Hollywood-Grade Camera - It's hard to imagine why any camera should cost nearly $100,000 when you can carry around a 4K camera in your pocket these days. This instinct, however, is wrong and this video makes it crystal clear as to why.
  • Dasung Showing New Paperlike Pro - Dasung introduced it's first E Ink monitor at CES 2015 and was met with complaints about bad drivers and faulty displays. They followed it up with a second model in a successful Indiegogo campaign in July 2016, raising over $190,000. A new model is available for pre-order dubbed the "Paperlike Pro" and appears to receive substantial improvements, including an HDMI port. It retains the Paperlike Second Generation's 13.3" screen, and max resolution of 1600x1200, and has no backlight, and can be run entirely off of a single USB connection.
  • Why a Perfect Circle is not a Perfect Loop - Ever wonder why roller coaster loops aren't perfectly circular? Explore the design behind a vertical loop with a marble track, a bucket full of water, and some paper cutouts. Built with Quercetti Skyrail marble roller coaster track. Filmed in California with a Sony VG30H Handycam and an iPhone SE.
  • How fast is a Fidget Spinner?  - Use some mathematics to work out how fast a Fidget Spinner spins. In fidgets/second.
  • SpaceX Successfully Launches Used Dragon Cargo Ship - For the first time in the history of commercial spaceflight, a used spacecraft has blasted off on a mission to deliver cargo to the International Space Station (ISS). After lightning strikes delayed the launch on Thursday (June 1), lingering storm clouds parted just enough for SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket to safely lift off from NASA's historic Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida today (June 3). The Falcon 9 rocket, topped with SpaceX's first refurbished Dragon cargo craft, took to the skies at 5:07 p.m. EDT (2107 GMT). About 8 minutes after liftoff, the first-stage rocket booster returned to Earth to stick a landing at nearby Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
  • Latest view of Jupiter from NASA's Juno spacecraft - Photos of Jupiter are rarely able to do the planet justice, and so a scientist and an animator teamed up to create a video that showcases Jupiter's true grandeur.
  • American Made - Official Trailer - Guns. Drugs. Money laundering. Based on an unbelievable true story, watch the #AmericanMade trailer, in theaters September 29.
  • Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator - T-Rex vs 10,000 Chickens - The chickens hoped like all hell that their sheer numbers could save them against the brutish invaders.
  • Plasma Cutter Slicing Through A Solid Steel Bar At 30,000 FPS - Watching hard steel turn molten and fleck away is something so utterly simple and yet so deeply good.
  • Up Magician Will Tsai Blows Judges Away On America's Got - MAGIC act Will Tsai blows away the judges on America's Got Talent 2017 with his mind blowing close-up magic trick! How does he do it?
  • Drinking Pee, Backwash & More! - Four guys used a water filter to taste pee, foot bath water, and just about any form of water that you can think of that's absolutely gross and disgusting.
  • A Documentary On What It's Like To Be A Cam Girl - It's work, fantasy and friendship all mixed up and at a distance.
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