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Cars

School's in session — Nvidia's driverless system learns by watching

With just 72 hours spent watching human drivers, Nvidia's GPU-based computers were able to use machine learning to construct a road-worthy driverless car system. The system is continues to learn after delivery, watching anytime a human…
Mobile

17 best keyboards for every iPad from the Mini to the Pro

Whether you're looking to replace your laptop with a tablet or merely want to increase your typing speed, a physical Bluetooth keyboard is the perfect companion to the Apple iPad. Check out our top picks for every iPad model.
Computing

Edit, sign, append, and save with 9 of our favorite PDF editors

PDF editors are more than abundant online, and though the selection is robust, finding a solid solution with the tools you need can be tough. Check out our top picks for the best premium and freemium PDF editors, so you can edit no matter…
Computing

Computer Deals of the Week: April 29, 2016

This week in computer hardware deals, you can get a Surface 3 for $600 off, in addition to sales on HP's GTX 980 Ti equipped gaming rig, 5K iMacs, and a few more deals that will have your wallets thanking you.
Cool Tech

This may sting: Google's new patent describes a smart lens injected right into your eyeball

Smart lenses may be making headlines, but Google wants to take things a step further. The company just filed a patent for a lens that is injected in your eyeball. The device would mostly be used for vision improvement.
Apple

What’s Apple planning to do with the 70,000-square-foot chip fab it recently bought?

Steady shipments of advanced equipment are arriving at a facility Apple bought back in December, leaving analysts wondering just what the company is up to. Are they prototyping processors? Or something else entirely?
Home

The European Commission's 'single digital market' would mean a free flow of data

In its plans for a "single digital market," the European Commission calls for a 50 billion euro investment to let members share data and emerging technologies, but privacy issues remain.
Gaming

Here's why you need the hands of a surgeon to beat Flappy Birds on hard

Annoyed by imprecise timing in touchscreen gaming? Researchers are hard at work on the problem, using Flappy Birds for testing, of course.
Gaming

XCOM 2 getting five more official mods from Long War Studios starting today

Long War Studios is working with Firaxis to create five more official mods for XCOM 2 over the next few months, the first of which is available today.
Computing

Seagate finally enters market for helium-filled hard drives

Two years after Western Digital's HGST, Seagate is now shipping helium-filled hard drives to enterprise customers. Helium reduces friction and energy usage, which can be crucial in an enterprise context.
Gaming

Turn 10 announces Forza beta for PC, details what your PC needs to hit the apex

Turn 10 Studios details the system requirements for Forza Motorsport 6: Apex, as well as officially announcing that the game's open beta is set to begin next week.
Product Review

Origin Chronos (2016) Review

Origin's Chronos is quicker than your desktop, and half the size.