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President Obama pledges $4 billion in Computer Science for All program

President Obama, who as a candidate was known for his savvy social media use and his ever-present Blackberry, has now pledged $4 billion to fund computer science education in America's schools.
Computing

MacBook 2016 Rumors: What does Apple have up its sleeve this time?

Apple's illustrious MacBook line is overdue for an upgrade, but with typical Cupertino secrecy surrounding plans, all we can do is speculate, and wonder, about what might be coming down the pipeline.
Social Media

3G internet just arrived for Myanmar farmers, but they've had Facebook for ages

While Google and Twitter might vie for users in the West, in Myanmar no one has even heard of it. They're Facebook users through and through and have had active accounts well before they had access to 3G internet.
Computing

Don't have a solid state drive? These five SSDs will help you get with the times, on any budget

Want to join the solid state bandwagon on a budget? We've found five drives that range from $100 to $1,000 in price, so you can get the most bang for your buck.
Product Review

Mad Catz RAT Pro X Review

Garish or gorgeous, the Mad Catz RAT Pro X is the last mouse you'll ever need.
Virtual Reality

Hacker uses abandoned ultrasound and augmented reality to see inside himself

One hardware hacker has managed to make an ultrasound scanner from 1982 display its imagery through an augmented reality video feed, a technique that might be used to help doctors better diagnose patients.
Virtual Reality

Apple poaches VR and AR experts to build a massive virtual reality team, report claims

With the likes of Sony, Microsoft, and HTC all well on their way to releasing virtual reality hardware, Apple is reportedly playing catch-up with an aggressive strategy of acquisitions and outside hires.
Computing

What does a thousand bucks worth of RAM look like? G.Skill has the answer

As memory prices drop steadily, there are still opportunities to pack your system with the biggest and baddest. G.Skill's new 128GB DDR4-3200MHz kit is exactly that.
Computing

Leak reveals Samsung’s two flagship ultrawide monitors coming later this year

A pair of premium ultrawide monitors will be released by Samsung before the end of 2016, according to leaked information. They're offer 3,440 x 1,440 resolution and a refresh rate of 144Hz.
Computing

Brits panic to file taxes as major banking website goes down

The first payday of 2016 wasn't a great one for U.K. customers of HSBC, who couldn't access their accounts. Today is also a key tax deadline in the U.K. for those who are self-employed.
Mobile

Flowstate auto-delete note-taking app is a procrastinator’s worst nightmare

Flowstate is the new note-taking app for people who work well under pressure. Its unique feature is an auto-delete mechanism that starts erasing your work if you stop typing for longer than seven seconds.
Social Media

Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth soars overnight to a lofty $47 billion

Following a massive overnight growth in stock, Mark Zuckerberg has beaten out the Koch Brothers on the "rich list," with a net worth of $47 billion, making him the sixth wealthiest person on the planet.