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As of today, all your Google Docs now live in 'G Suite' on the 'Google Cloud'

Google executive Diane Greene officially rolled out Google Cloud and 'G Suite' today, the latest re-brands of popular Google services. Today's change is, apparently, about making it clear Google is dedicated to the cloud.
Computing

Latest Ethernet standard will supercharge your home network, eventually

A new Ethernet standard was announced today, promising to supercharge your home and office networking. Someday. Unfortunately for your home network, the new standards are going to hit enterprise customers first.
Computing

Internet of Things was the source of largest botnet attack in history

Routers and security cameras are to blame for the recent spate of record breaking DDOS attacks against a number of online entities. At their peak, they topped 1.1 terabits per second of data, eclipsing totals that people didn't think were…
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A recent listing reveals a 'Surface' ergonomic Bluetooth keyboard is on the way

The Bluetooth SIG currently lists a Surface-branded ergonomic keyboard submitted by Microsoft that will be based on Bluetooth LE 4.2. This seemingly backs previous rumors that a Surface all-in-one PC will arrive in October.
Gaming

The ‘ultra’ specs for ‘Titanfall 2’ might be high, but the game looks great at 4K resolution

Do you have your Core i7 CPU ready? Your 16 gigabytes of RAM and your GTX 1080 graphics card? If so, here's what Titanfall 2 will look like when you get your chance to play it at the end of October. In one word: it's glorious.
Computing

Free the ink! After blocking third-party cartridges, HP relents with new firmware

HP chief operating officer Jon Flaxman said that the company will release new firmware in the next few weeks to fix the ink cartridge block. The company originally implemented a feature blocking untested, third-party cartridges.
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Razer releases the Kraken — two of them, in fact

Razer has updated its Kraken line with the Kraken Pro V2 and Kraken 7.1 V2. Both headsets go on sale in October at surprising affordable prices, and are designed with user comfort in mind.
Gaming

Play 'Civilization VI' live with us on Twitch

Come help us rewrite history as we play a preview build of 'Sid Meier's Civilization VI' live on Twitch Thursday, September 29!
Cool Tech

The world’s biggest tech giants go all in on AI

The biggest names in tech are teaming up to form a new organization dedicated to advancing the public’s understanding of machine learning. The Partnership on AI is a non-profit whose members include Amazon, Google, Facebook, IBM, and…
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Privacy Shield data protection program now has a new member: Microsoft

Microsoft said it is now part of the Privacy Shield framework to protect personal data. This is a platform created by the U.S. and the European Union to safeguard EU/Swiss personal data stored in the U.S.
Computing

What sort of hardware does your PC need to play games at 4K resolution?

4K display tech is here, but there's more to running stuff at such a high display resolution than just handing over the dough for a 4K-equipped display. Learn more about what your PC needs to co-exist and thrive with 4K here.
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Man sets out to sue Microsoft over Windows 10 upgrade nag screen, gets some cash

A tech consultant was forced to reinstall a PC's operating system because of an automatic Windows 10 upgrade. He intended to sue but received a little cash from Microsoft that was donated to an Alzheimer's charity in honor of his…