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Shortages suggest Apple will announce a new Airport Extreme and Time Capsule at WWDC

Some Apple customers are reporting stock shortages for the Apple AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule wireless routers. It's only a few weeks until WWDC, which doesn't feel like a coincidence.
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Sony abandons audio-video-editing software, sells business to Germany's Magix

Sony announced it is selling off nearly all of its Sony Creative Software programs to Magix, a German software company that specializes in audio and video editing. The sale includes Vegas Pro and Movie Studio, but not the new Catalyst…
Product Review

Dell Latitude 13 7370 Review

Dell's svelte Latitude 13 comes cloaked in carbon fiber, but it's no supercar.
Computing

New Windows 10 security update proactively hunts down viruses when your PC is idle

With its new update, Windows Defender will work in harmony with the antivirus software of your choice by running its own periodic scans on your computer at the most convenient time.
Computing

Paperlike is an e-ink PC monitor that just might save your eyesight

Chinese company Dasung's created what it's calling a world first -- a computer monitor based on e-ink technology. It's called the Paperlike, and will ship to backers of the company's Indiegogo campaign later this summer.
Computing

Wish your PC looked like a Mac Pro? Cryorig has you covered, if you can wait

Good luck finding a Mac Pro with a GTX 1080 in it, but if you opt for the Cryorig Mac Pro-lookalike chassis, you can get exactly that. You'll need to wait until next year for it to launch, however.
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Origami-inspired case depth checker takes the guesswork out of CPU cooler installation

Heatsink manufacturer Cryorig has released an origami-inspired printable tool to help you figure out the internal logistics of your next computer build.
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Acer details new products ahead of Computex 2016

Acer has offered up a sneak preview of some of the products set to be on show at Computex 2016 next week at Taipei, including two budget-friendly hybrids and a new smartphone.
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Snowden shows how to make your phone work for you in Vice News interview

VIce News airs tonight with co-founder Shane Smith interviewing self-exiled whistle blower Edward Snowden, discussing everything from government surveillance to how to preserve our own personal privacy.
Computing

New Geforce GTX 1080 cards from Zotac will strut their stuff at Computex

Zotac is teasing customers as the company plans to showcase new cards based on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 chip next week during Computex. One of them is based on Nvidia's Founders Edition design, while the other two fall under Zotac's AMP…
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Facebook and Microsoft dive underwater to lay a new internet cable to Europe

In an effort to keep up with growing demand for high-speed online services, Facebook and Microsoft have joined to forces to lay a transatlantic data cable that'll mark "an important new step in building the next generation infrastructure of…
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The new gaming mouse from Tt eSports packs a crazy 16,000 DPI laser sensor

Tt eSports has added a new gaming mouse to its Level 10 lineup that packs a laser sensor capable of 16,000 DPI. It also has honeycombed-based ventilation to keep your hand cool during long marathons.