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YouTube to livestream Google's AI playing Go world champion Lee Sedol

YouTube will livestream the high-profile Go match between Google's AlphaGo AI and world champion Lee Sedol. The series of five contests will take place next month in Seoul, South Korea, with the winner set to pocket $1 million.
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Unknown hacker infects malware with anti-virus program

Although we may never know who is responsible, the Dridex Trojan malware has begun distributing the Avira anti-virus installer, making it a much less dangerous piece of kit, but no less puzzling.
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If money is no object, this 4K Pro display could be for you

NEC is gunning hard for the professional audience with its new PA322UHD-BK-2 display. The 4K monitor packs some impressive features and can even operate two PCs at once, letting you control both of them with the one set of peripherals.
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Soon you’ll be able to make Unreal Engine games from the comfort of a VR headset 1:58

Unity is the popular choice for developers working on Virtual Reality gaming experiences, but now Epic Games is stepping up its game with a new editing tool that allows game building withing a VR environment.
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DT Giveaway: iBUYPOWER MEK keyboard

Every serious gamer knows a mechanical keyboard is the way to go. The tactile feel they provide can’t be beat, and the wide variety of switch and key-cap options means every gamer can find the perfect peripheral. The only problem is the…
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iBuyPower Revolt 2 Pro Review

Gundam foot? Video card trophy case? Whatever it is, the Revolt 2 is no ordinary PC
Cool Tech

MIT engineers have developed a new kind of RFID chip that’s nearly impossible to hack

MIT and Texas Instruments have developed unhackable RFID chips to prevent common security hacks and fix vulnerabilities in the existing technology. Their ferroelectric crystal material is stops hacks like side-channel and power glitch…
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Asus' ROG Swift PG348Q gaming monitor bears a potent design with high-end specs

Accompanied by a 3,440 x 1,440 pixel resolution display and a premium £1,000 price tag, Asus' ROG Swift PG348Q might be the ultra-wide curved gaming monitor you've been in the market for.
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Server crash brings IRS e-file system down, but not for long

While the IRS doesn't expect any "major disruptions," it's undeniable that the e-file server crash is having an adverse impact on individuals hoping to file their tax returns this week. Fortunately, the agency is hard at work on an…
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The Internet is going to reach a zettabyte, nearly a trillion gigabytes, of data this year

If you thought a terabyte was a lot of space, think again, as our Internet traffic is about to approach the one zettabyte mark later this year, with an expected doubling in the next three years.
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Dell’s new security feature protects your system from the second it boots up

There are lots of ways to protect a system once it's turned on, but there's another vulnerability that people aren't as aware of, the UEFI (or BIOS), and Dell is stepping in to patch it up.
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Trick your boss into buying you a gaming keyboard with the Logitech G810

Although a lot of gaming keyboards might go over the top to try and attract attention, Logitech is hoping that the opposite is true with its new G810 keyboard, which scales things back in favor of an understated look.