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  • Apple announces new MacBook with a 12-inch Retina display - Apple has announced the new 12-inch MacBook with Retina display. The new MacBook is being marketed as the thinnest and lightest Mac ever. The 12-inch notebook weighs just two pounds and is incredibly thin at just 13.1mm. The star of the show though, is no doubt the 12-inch Retina display. The Retina panel comes with a resolution of 2304 x 1440, giving it a pixel density of 226 PPI. The display is the thinnest display Apple has ever used on a notebook and is also claimed to be highly efficient with a claimed 30 percent lower power consumption than Retina displays on the MacBook Pro models.
  • Sadly This 10TB Hard Drive Is Designed For Servers, Not Your Laptop - The 10TB SMR HelioSeal HDD will be shipping out later this year to selected servers running special software.
  • BenQ BL3201PT 32-inch Ultra HD Monitor Tested - Superb image and build quality, excellent out-of-box color, grayscale and gamma accuracy, IPS screen, low input lag, slick OSD controller, breaks the $1000 street price barrier. No wide-gamut option, average contrast. Overall, this is the first 4K screen I've seen that seems reasonable in terms of price, performance, size, and image quality.
  • Google unveils its new Chromebook Pixel notebook, starting from $999  - Google has unveiled its second-generation Chromebook Pixel - and it's a good deal cheaper than its predecessor. The new Pixel starts at $999, and it has some pretty decent specs to match its premium price tag
  • Valve Developed Own Vulkan Driver for Intel - Valve has been working on its own Vulkan GPU graphics driver for open source Linux, it was announced at GDC2015 this week. The Vulkan project is ongoing and no precise time for completion has been announced.
  • Microsoft's Patch Tuesday Details - Five updates (four for Windows and one for Office) are rated Critical. The remaining nine are rated Important, all for Windows except for a lone Exchange Server patch. In related news, the KB3033929 is causing a reboot loop for a fair number of Windows 7 users, according to postings on multiple help forums. The update in question does not appear to address a pressing security vulnerability, so users who have not  yet installed it should probably delay doing so until Microsoft straightens things out.
  • Apple Watch Edition - Gold - The 18-karat gold developed for Apple Watch Edition is up to twice as hard as standard gold.
  • iOS 8.2 Includes Apple Watch App and Bug Fixes - Apple has revealed more details about the Apple Watch and its compatibility with Apple devices. Specifically, the Apple Watch requires iOS 8.2, which is available to the iPhone beginning today. The new operating system from Apple includes a specific app for managing and controlling the Apple Watch, which goes on sale next month. The Apple Watch can run apps and be used to manage notifications, make calls, send and receive emails or messages, control music playback, and much more. The Apple Watch Sport edition starts at $349 for the 38mm size and $399 for the 42mm size. The Apple Watch edition, with a stainless steel face and various bands, ranges between $549 and $1,049 for the 38mm size and the from $599 to $1,099 for the 42mm size. The Apple Watch Edition, which is made from gold, starts at $10,000. Preorders begin April 10, with the device reaching select stores and markets April 24. Apple didn't detail what bug fixes are included in iOS 8.2
  • Unindexed - An online community that deletes itself - Unindexed is an online community that anyone can contribute to; it runs a back-end process that continuously scours Google for signs that it has been indexed, and securely erases itself once it discovers evidence of same. It's a cute art project (as opposed to a cute engineering project, which would have just used a robots.txt file to stop Google from indexing it altogether), and apparently included some kind of artistic statement of purpose that was nuked, along with the rest of the site, when Google indexed it 22 days in.
  • FTC Charges DirecTV with Fraud for Misleading Customers - The Federal Trade Commission is finally catching on to what many uninformed DirecTV customers found out the hard way. The FTC voted to begin procedures to charge DirecTV with unfair advertising practices in its two-year package for failure to disclose all of the conditions and costs of the package in the advertisement.
  • New Cryptolocker variant targets gamers, encrypts game files - Remember Cryptolocker, that nasty little program that encrypts your files and then demands expensive bitcoins for your files' decryption? While it is still making the rounds on the internet, a new version of the malware has surfaced, and it is reportedly targeting gamers. According to a report by Bromium Labs, the new variant of the Cryptolocker ransomware, which goes by the name TeslaCrypt, aims to extort money from gamers by making them pay to unlock game files which they already own. The malware apparently impacts data files of over 20 games, and is distributed through a drive-by download attack from a website which then redirects an unknowing user to the Angler exploit kit by utilizing a Flash clip. The compromised website is purportedly running under WordPress, where a malware attack has also been hosted before. The malware targets 185 file extensions, and encrypts game saves, maps, mods, replays, and other user-generated game content, which cannot be retrieved if a game is reinstalled. The list of games that are affected by the malware program includes Call of Duty, StarCraft, Diablo, Fallout, Minecraft, Assassin's Creed, Half Life 2, and Bioshock 2, among others. Digital game distribution platform Steam is allegedly targeted, as well as game development software such as RPG Maker, Unity3D, and Unreal Engine.
  • The Banking System, Explained In 6 Minutes - Banks are a riddle wrapped up in an enigma. We all kind of know that they do stuff with money we don't understand, while the last crisis left a feeling of deep mistrust and confusion. But why where banks invented, why did they cause the last crisis and are there alternatives?
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  • How Do Chameleons Change Color? - New research shows chameleons actively tune nano-crystals to change their color, which gets crazier the more you think about it.
  • The Collective Project: Robert Downey Jr. Delivers a Real Bionic Arm - Robert Downey Jr. and Albert Manero, a CollectiveProject student who founded Limbitless, surprised a very special child with a new bionic 3D printed arm at no cost to the family.
  • Man 3D Prints A Whole Transmission - Eric Harrell printed this working 5 speed manual transmission modeled after a W56 Toyota transmission. It's a great learning tool, but we'll probably never get the hang of driving stick.
  • Goodyear Shows Off Tires That Produce Electricity - At the Geneva International Motor Show this week, Goodyear introduced the BHO3, a tire that uses heat produced to generate electricity, greatly improving the driving distances of EVs. Goodyear also introduced a "Triple Tube" concept tire that automatically adjusts the tire's pressure according to road conditions.
  • The weird and strange toys of Toy Fair 2015 - Jeff Bakalar scoured the show floor at Toy Fair 2015 in search of some of the strange and weirder toys about to hit store shelves.
  • Rogue One will be the First Star Wars Stand-Alone Film - The first Star Wars stand-alone film will be called Rogue One, Lucasfilm has revealed, while Looper helmer Rian Johnson has been confirmed to write and direct Star Wars: Episode VIII. Gareth Edwards (Monsters, Godzilla) is directing Rogue One, which describes as "the first film in a unique series of big-screen adventures that explores the characters and events beyond the core Star Wars saga." Chris Weitz (Cinderella, About a Boy, Antz) is scripting, wigh Gary Whitta (After Earth, The Book of Eli) having written the first draft of the film, and Felicity Jones set to star in the project. Little is known about the film's story, though rumors have indicated that it could involve a group of bounty hunters who are involved in a heist of some kind -- possibly to steal the plans to the Death Star.
  • San Andreas Trailer - In the aftermath of a massive earthquake in California, a rescue-chopper pilot makes a dangerous journey across the state in order to rescue his estranged daughter
  • Tomorrowland Official Trailer #1 (2015) - Starring George Clooney, Britt Robertson
  • A New Trailer For Game Of Thrones Season 5 - The trailer celebrates the fact that HBO's standalone subscription service will be available on Apple TV.
  • Marvel's Daredevil - Official Trailer - Netflix - It's time to let the devil out. Marvel's Daredevil is here to clean up the streets of Hell's Kitchen, New York. Lawyer by day, street-level hero by night, Matt Murdock is on a mission to make his city a better place against an underground terror within the city. All episodes arrive only on Netflix, April 10
  • Pixar's 'Inside Out' Trailer #2 - There's a little Lewis Black inside all of us. He's tiny and red and constantly screaming.
  • James May's Thoughts On The Jeremy Clarkson Controversy - Asked about the Jeremy Clarkson 'fracas' with a producer, James May admits he was "blind drunk" /warning: contains strong language/
  • Blade Runner: The Final Cut (New Trailer) - In cinemas 3 Apr - Starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Daryl Hannah and Sean Young and featuring an iconic Vangelis score, Ridley Scott's classic sci-fi opus is one of modern cinema's most influential films. A grand cinematic synthesis of sound, image and thought-provoking drama Blade Runner: The Final Cut is an unforgettable experience that demands to be seen on the big screen.
  • Drone Footage Of The Largest Cave On Earth - Hang Son Doong in Vietnam holds the distinction of being the world's largest cave. Travel photographer Ryan Deboodt captured its splendor both by foot and by air.
  • Dickhead Grabs Cyclist's Wheel, Ruining Her Race,Breaking Her - Loren Rowney was racing in the Molecaten Drentse 8 in the Netherlands when a spectator did this very bad and stupid thing for totally inconceivable reasons.
  • The Amazing Domino Etch A Sketch - As if drawing with a regular Etch A Sketch isn't difficult enough ;)
  • Octopus gets crabby in Yallingup - R.I.P.
  • Awesome Hookah Tricks - This hookah master shows us some his pretty impressive tricks! From smoke rings to splitting them in half, this guy does it all!
  • Magnetic Putty Is Gross And Weird At Any Speed - This is what it must be like to be eaten by an amoeba.
  • 95-Year-Old Man Sets 200m Sprinting World Record For His Age - In the 95-and-up group, Charles Eugster shaved a cool 2.4 seconds off the previous world record from 2013 set by Orville Rogers.
  • Sticking Your Tongue Into A Venus Flytrap Is A Bad Idea - This did not need to be tested.
  • The Art Of Cardistry In Slow-Motion - The only thing sicker than the moves is how gosh-damn precise they are. Perfectly rectangular. Damn, dudes. How?
  • Are Humans Going To Go Extinct Soon? - Some ideas about our end.
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BenQ BL3201PT 32-inch Ultra HD Monitor Tested

Page won't load (ad poison?), but googled it up - 0 sadly it's a 16:9 junk, so it's for movies and not for gaming. 16:10 is far better for gaming.

Valve Developed Own Vulkan Driver for Intel

Most of the time the manufacturers' drivers are pretty bad, so I am happy to see something like this happening.
I wish there'd be more of these.
And please make it free for Linux but make MS pay for these drivers!

Apple Watch Edition - Gold

For the ultimate snob.

Unindexed - An online community that deletes itself

Nice proof of concept, but I don't see the point.
Can you find out whether NSA is indexing you and then delete the NSA indexes rather than your own?
That would be an achievement.

New Cryptolocker variant targets gamers, encrypts game files

Yeah, but a "how to browse the internet without getting crap for dummies" might prevent this as a whole.

Rogue One will be the First Star Wars Stand-Alone Film

Let's hope it will trigger a HD remake for Rouge Squadron 3D.

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