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  • MSI X99A Gaming Pro Carbon Motherboard Review - Unfortunately, MSI cuts some corners in noticeable places. The firmware chips aren't socketed for replacement. No voltage check points are included. The BCLK isn't as configurable as we would like. The pump specific fan header offers nothing special for a lot of liquid cooling users. And only one fan header supports PWM. As always, it comes down to price. For most users, the GPC's shortcomings would be inconveniences, not system hampering flaws. But most people don't want to pay extra for a board that doesn't meet all their needs. The lone feature that really sets the board apart is the forward-facing type-C port. Had it been a true USB 3.1 port, the GPC's value would increase greatly. But at only 5Gb/s, it doesn't have much usefulness over the other two 3.0 headers on either side. If you absolutely need that Type-C port, the Gaming Pro Carbon is toward the top of a very short list.
  • Say Hello with Microsoft's Modern Keyboard - The fingerprint sensor lives under the right-hand Windows key and provides an easy avenue for automated login via Windows Hello. Like the Surface Keyboard before it, the Modern keyboard is constructed almost entirely of aluminum. Thanks to that, it weighs just nearly a pound, and Microsoft says it's "virtually indestructible." The Modern keyboard includes two AAA rechargeable batteries that should be good for two month's usage on a full charge.
  • You Can't Open the Microsoft Surface Laptop without Literally - Anyone hoping to get inside the "beautifully designed and crafted" computer will have to pry it open with a knife or dedicated pick in order to defeat Microsoft's plastic welding. Whether or not it's actually worth going through the trouble of defeating said welding is another matter, given that the "glue-filled monstrosity," as iFixit dubs the laptop, has none of the user-upgradeable parts you'd want to see in a PC, like memory or storage. "It literally can't be opened without destroying it," the repair company concludes. "If we could give it a -1 out of 10, we would," iFixit said in an emailed statement on Friday.
  • 10.5-inch IPad Pro Unboxing And First Impressions - Unboxing Apple's brand new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, Smart Keyboard, and Apple Pencil. This video was entirely edited and uploaded from iMovie on the device itself.
  • Microsoft releases new Windows XP security patches - Microsoft issued a 'highly unusual' patch for Windows XP last month to help prevent the spread of the massive WannaCry malware. At least 75,000 computers in 99 countries were affected by the malware which encrypts a computer and demands a $300 ransom before unlocking it. Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP in April 2014, but the software giant is now taking the unprecedented move of including it in the company's Patch Tuesday round of security updates. Microsoft says it is releasing updates for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and all other more recent unsupported and supported versions of Windows due to an 'elevated risk' of attacks that are similar to the WannaCry malware. The patches will be made available on Microsoft's Download Center or Windows Update. Microsoft says this move to release security updates for platforms not in extended support 'should not be viewed as a departure from our standard servicing policies,' and that this is an exception based on intelligence that led it to believe government organizations may use these new vulnerabilities to attack Windows systems.
  • Researchers Discover Most Dangerous Infrastructure Malware To Date  - Security researchers at ESET and Dragos inc. have discovered what appears to be the most dangerous form of infrastructure attack malware to date. The companies are calling this malware by two names: Industroyer and CrashOverRide.
  • New Android malware Xavier quietly steals your data - The security analysts identified the malware as “ANDROIDOS_XAVIER.AXM” or Xavier for short. It is an ad library that quietly sends user data to a remote server. What makes it so nasty is the methods it uses to cover its tracks and disguise its activities. First of all, it comes embedded within relatively innocuous apps, like ringtone makers and photo editing apps. Most of these applications appear to be originating from Southeast Asia. Trend Micro has discovered over 800 different apps containing the malware which have been downloaded cumulatively millions of times from Google Play, so it is fairly widespread.  Another thing that makes the malware insidious is the way it is coded into the application. No overtly malicious code is used within the app, so no flags are raised when submitted for approval to the store
  • Apple hires execs responsible for Breaking Bad - Apple has hired Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg to newly created positions to oversee all aspects of video programming. They'll lead video programming worldwide and report to Eddy Cue. The two are joining from Sony Pictures Television, and have been responsible in the past for popular TV series such as Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, and The Crown. Erlicht and Van Amburg expressed that Apple has been very successful in pushing its services and consumer products that offer “unparalleled quality”. They said they plan to focus on “delighting customers” by bringing quality Apple programming. It's unclear what they will do in their new position, there's a chance they will help to guide Apple in its product adverts or there's a chance they will help Apple create original TV content for its Apple TV platform; time will tell.
  • Samsung Opens Up Limited Preview of Bixby for Testing - Samsung has announced that U.S. owners of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones can begin to test the voice powers of Bixby. Bixby is more than a simple voice assistant, as people can use it to interact with all facets of the phone's user interface. Samsung calls Bixby an intelligent interface, one that it hopes will help people interact with various types of technology and not just phones. Anyone who owns the Galaxy S8 or S8+ can register with Samsung to test the early preview of Bixby. According to Samsung, the number of testers will be limited. The sign-up is available from Samsung's website. Bixby was originally intended to launch on the Galaxy phones when they went on sale earlier this year. Samsung was forced to delay Bixby, however, and has since said Bixby will arrive later this summer.
  • Sprint Offering a Free Year of Service to Those Who Switch - Sprint today leveled a huge gun at the competition: it will give a year of free unlimited service to people who switch from other postpaid carriers to Sprint. The deal, detailed on Sprint's web site, requires switchers to jump through a lot of hoops and meet a wide variety of conditions. To start, the promotion will provide one year of free talk, text, and data with 10 GB of mobile hotspot per line. The promotion is available through June 30. The free service will expire July 31, 2018, after which Sprint will charge its normal rates for multi-line unlimited accounts. Auto-pay is required.
  • What The World Would Look Like If You Could See All The Heat - This video's explanation of how Schlieren imaging setups work is very cool, but the images that result from the technology are even cooler.
  • Neill Blomkamp’s Rakka Released on Steam & YouTube - Rakka is the first short film from Oats Studios. It's definitely worth waching!
  • Casting Brass Batman Fidget Spinner from Bullet Shells - This is just a demonstration on how to make a fidget spinner with molten brass.
  • Slow Motion Fidget Spinner Tricks - The internet has been oversaturated with fidget spinner content as of late and it's easy to become jaded by it all. However, the folks over at Kuma Films still managed to make the toy magical and fun all over again.
  • Tesla's Autopilot Predicts Crashes - Even though this is pretty awesome, I wonder how many crashes autopilot has caused?
  • Snake Climbs up a Man's Car in Georgia - The snake seemed to be having a good time :-)
  • Quick Reflexes Of A Race Car Driver At 150 MPH - We would have crashed if we were driving 50 mph and a car appeared in front of us like this.
  • Joy Corrigan Picture Moment  - check it out!
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