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  • PCPer Live! GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Live Stream - The general details about the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card are already official and based on the hype train and the response on social media, there is more than a little excitement.
  • An In-Depth Look at Ryzen's Gaming Performance: 16 Games Played at 1080p & 1440p - The more affordable Ryzen 7 1700 chip is going to be an awesome option for folks who aren't necessarily focused on high refresh rate gaming, but who want to play at resolutions up to 4K using a mid-range GPU.
  • AMD Ryzen with VMware ESXi 6.5 - Ultimate Homelab? - Want to grab an inexpensive AMD Ryzen 7, 8 core / 16 thread CPU for a low-cost VMware ESXi 6.5 home lab? We tried it and saw the dreaded VMware Pink Screen of Death.
  • AMD Ryzen 7 1700 CPU Unboxing - CPU and Wraith Cooler Flatness - An actual decent stock cooler, which makes for a nice change. Probably won't be used by 99% of enthusiasts but at least they put some effort into it.
  • YouTube TV to Offer Live TV for $35 Per Month - Google this week announced YouTube TV, another way to watch television content online. Google partnered with more than 40 television networks, including national and regional channels, to provide access to their shows for the YouTube generation. Some of the channels include ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, USA, FX, Disney Channel, Sprout, E! and Bravo. People can add on Showtime for an extra monthly fee if they wish. The monthly service is accessible from mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets, and PCs. Moreover, Android and iOS device users will be able to cast YouTube TV shows from their phone or tablet to their Chromecast-equipped television set. YouTube TV includes a cloud-based DVR with unlimited storage where people can save and access their shows from practically anywhere. Google will allow people to store recordings for free for up to nine months. Each YouTube TV subscription includes up to six individual accounts for personalized recommendations and DVR recording. Google says YouTube TV will go live in the largest U.S. markets soon, with others to follow shortly thereafter. YouTube TV costs $35 per month and doesn't require any contracts or commitments.
  • Viber adds self-destructing 'secret chats' - The feature is being called 'Secret Messages' and works pretty much as you'd expect - it lets users start entire conversations that self-destruct after a set time. It also blocks messages from being forwarded, notifies you when a screenshot is taken on iOS, and blocks screenshots altogether on Android.
  • Google Revamps Gmail, Drive, Hangouts with Businesses in Mind - Google this week made significant change to its core productivity suite, including its email, online storage, and messaging tools.
  • Google rolls out a new video conferencing tool - Google has launched a new video conferencing app called Meet by Google Hangouts, meant as a business-friendly alternative to the company's consumer-focused Hangouts app. The web and mobile application is the latest addition to Google's lineup of business products known as G Suite, allowing high-definition video meetings with up to 30 participants. The service looks pretty straightforward judging from its landing page - it lets you join a meeting by entering a code and shows you scheduled meetings, but you can't yet start a new conference from the site. For the iOS app you also have features like dial-in numbers for people who can't access the video stream, as well as integration with Gmail and Google Calendar.
  • Google Bakes Instant Translation Into Gboard App - Google today updated its Gboard keyboard application for Android devices and made it possible to translate text in real time. Clicking the new translate icon loads Google Translate, which can instantly translate words as you type. Gboard also made it easier to find emojis and GIFs as the app will suggest them as users type. Further, GIFs can now be shared with other messaging apps, including Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, Hangouts, and Allo. Other new features include an expanded set of scenic views for backdrops and support for search in right-to-left languages. Gboard for Android is free to download from the Google Play Store.
  • Google Extends Neural Machine Translation to More Tongues - Google has updated its Google Translate service and made it possible to generate higher-quality translations for a handful of new languages. Specifically, Google has applied its neural machine translation technique to Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese. This methodology translates entire sentences at a time, rather than individual words or smaller phrases. The results create more accurate translations that sound more natural and are better at conveying the intended meaning of the original content. Google has already applied neural machine translation to a number of other languages, such as Portuguese and Turkish. Google says it will apply neural machine translations to more languages over time. The improved Hindi, Russian, and Vietnamese is available thanks to an update on the web, as well as to the mobile Google Translate app for Android and iOS devices
  • All 2017 iPhones Will Have Lightning Connectors with USB-C - News from earlier this week suggesting Apple could replace the Lightning connector in the iPhone 8 with USB Type-C came as a surprise to many. But it seems the Wall Street Journal, which ran the report, may not have been totally accurate; there will be USB Type-C, but only on one end of the power cord – the handset itself will retain the Lightning port.
  • T-Mobile's "Unlimited" Data Cap Is Now 30GB - T-Mobile is attempting to fend off its competitors again. This time, they are making their "unlimited" plan more attractive by raising the deprioritization limit by 2GB. Now, you'll have to exceed 30GB of usage before your speed is reduced. This gives you about 8GB more of freedom than the competition; Verizon and Sprint will start throttling you at 22GB and 23GB respectively. Verizon Wireless and AT&T may slow down users in areas of network congestion after they reach 22GB in a single month; Sprint allows 1GB extra at 23GB.
  • T-Mobile Brings Back Free iPhone 7 Offer - T-Mobile today resurrected its offer of a free iPhone 7 to people who switch to the Uncarrier, though there are lots of requirements and caveats to the offer. To start, customers must port their number in from another carrier, sign up for the T-Mobile One plan, and trade in an eligible device to score the free iPhone 7. Moreover, T-Mobile is requiring people to purchase the new iPhone 7 (or 7 Plus) on an equipment installment plan. T-Mobile will provide instant credit toward the new device based on the value of the trade-on. The devices eligible for trade in are limited to the most recent iPhones (6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus) and Galaxies (S7, S7 edge, S7 Active). T-Mobile will then send a MasterCard gift card in the mail for the balance of the new iPhone 7. That gift card can be applied to the remaining monthly EIP payments on the account, but it doesn't have to be. The offer is only available from March 3 to March 16 in T-Mobile stores.
  • Facebook Trots Out Virtual Reality App for Samsung Gear VR - Facebook today announced Facebook 360 for Gear VR, a dedicated app to help Samsung device owners find and consume 360-degree Facebook content. The app is available to compatible Galaxy devices, such as the Note 5, S7, and S7 edge. The app features four main feeds for finding VR content. The Explore tab lets people find the most popular VR content from media companies and organizations, while the Following tab lets people find the content created and shared by their friends and family. The app also allows people to save 360-degree content from their News Feed into a dedicated folder, as well as relive memories via the Timeline function, which highlights the user's own 360-degree photos and videos. The Facebook 360 for Gear VR app also supports social interactions, such as likes. Facebook claims there are more than 25 million 360-degree photos and more than 1 million 360-degree videos available on Facebook. The Facebook 360 for Gear VR app can be found within the Oculus app on compatible Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
  • US government to NASA: Get humans to Mars by 2033 - This week Congress passed a huge funding bill that gives NASA $19.5 billion for space exploration and presented it to the president. The NASA Authorization Act of 2017 is focused on transforming NASA back into the great scientific organization it was during the Apollo Program. The bill authorizes NASA programs like the Space Station, deep space exploration, and asteroid redirect missions for 2017. Also included in the bill is a mandate for human space travel to Mars in 2033.
  • Company 3D-Prints House in 24 Hours - Here is a look at the world's first 3D-printed house, which cost a grand total of $10,134. While it looks like a giant food container from the outside, the inside looks pretty comfy and makes a good case for the viability of constructing a practical living space using modern printing technologies.
  • Introducing Handle - Handle is a research robot that stands 6.5 ft tall, travels at 9 mph and jumps 4​ ​feet vertically. ​It uses electric power to operate both electric and hydraulic actuators, with a range of about 15 miles on one battery charge
  • Electrified Wolverine Claws: HOW DEADLY ARE THEY? - They took approximately 20 hours to manufacture. The outline was waterjet cut, the blade details were machined on a CNC, it was hand ground to shape, and then TIG welded together
  • Deadpool 2 Teaser - check it out
  • Ghost In The Shell (2017) - Wake Up - GHOST IN THE SHELL starring Scarlett Johansson opens in theaters nationwide on March 31, 2017
  • New Alien Covenant Trailer in theaters May 19th - The path to paradise begins in hell.
  • The Fate of the Furious Trailer #2 (2017) - The "Fast and the Furious" movies will never stop getting more ridiculous, and "Furious 7" set a pretty high bar for ridiculousness. But between the Rock catching a flying grenade, Dom going rogue and a city terrorized by a remotely driven car horde, "Fate of the Furious" looks right on track.
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Sequel Trailer - This is the NEW trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 starring Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana and more, in theaters May 5th.
  • Atomic Blonde - Restricted Trailer - Oscar winner Charlize Theron explodes into summer in Atomic Blonde, a breakneck action-thriller that follows MI6's most lethal assassin through a ticking time bomb of a city simmering with revolution and double-crossing hives of traitors.
  • Seed Official Trailer - SEED brings to life the extraordinary world of hackathons as it explores three start-ups from vastly different geographic and economic backgrounds who travel to San Francisco for AngelHack's Silicon Valley Week, one of the most buzzed about hackathons for young developers. For three intense days teams refine their pitches, hoping to survive elimination and get the chance to present their idea to a panel of judges who could change their lives.
  • Wonder Woman Official Origin Trailer - Wonder Woman is in theaters June 2, 2017.
  • Vietnamese Tactical Team Has A Weird Way To Scale Buildings - Why rappel in from the roof when you can get a ride up on what appears to be a big tree branch?
  • Police Pursuit Almost Gone Terrible Wrong! - That was to close!
  • Camera shutter speed matches helicopter's rotor - The helicopter seems to be hovering magically
  • Best Mountain Bike Video - You don't have to be a mountain bike lover to appreciate this video. It's quite amazing.
  • Race The Tube - Sprint (Split Screen) - Raw uncut footage of Race The Tube - Sprint using a split screen to show head camera and train camera side by side
  • The Japanese Do *Not* Play Around With Their Calculators - While American teens are busy figuring out how to load "Doom" onto their TI-84, workers in Japan are turning their fingers and calculators into finely tuned calculating machines.
  • MAKING OF: Yakuza Premium Polska - Julia Dybowska  - She's still smoking hot!
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