How Microsoft is open-sourcing Minecraft AI experiments
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How Microsoft is open-sourcing Minecraft AI experiments
Microsoft's Katja Hofmann gave a demo of Project Malmo – the free download that brings AI experimentation to the sandbox
 
M.2 NVMe SSDs just got a nice speed boost
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M.2 NVMe SSDs just got a nice speed boost
Samsung shuns the budget NVMe segemnt and goes all-out for performance.
 
HTC announces the Desire 10 Pro and Lifestyle to revamp the brand
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HTC announces the Desire 10 Pro and Lifestyle to revamp the brand
Taking design cues from the HTC 10, the latest handsets bring style to HTC's mid-range.
Researcher posts paper detailing US$100 iPhone 5C NAND mirroring device 
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Researcher posts paper detailing US$100 iPhone 5C NAND mirroring device

Cambridge researcher Sergei Skorobogatov has released a paper detailing a proof-of-concept, which is accompanied by a YouTube video explaining how he is able to crack the iPhone 5c passcode screen.
MSI reveals new Radeon RX 480 Armor series video card 
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MSI reveals new Radeon RX 480 Armor series video card

New Armor series cards offer superior cooling.
AMD's plan to come back to the big leagues against Intel and Nvidia 
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AMD's plan to come back to the big leagues against Intel and Nvidia

Following years of being on the back foot, AMD is gearing up to take back the lost ground against its rivals.
Official Raspberry Pi kit puts everything you need to start coding in one box 
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Official Raspberry Pi kit puts everything you need to start coding in one box

The little computer gets its first official bundle, and it’s “unashamedly premium”
Hackers hit Seagate NAS devices with cryptomining malware 
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Hackers hit Seagate NAS devices with cryptomining malware

Crypto-currency mining malware is back, driven in part by the growing popularity of alternatives to Bitcoin that are easier to mine and the increasing power of GPUs.
Nvidia launches GeForce Experience 3.0, now with mandatory log-in 
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Nvidia launches GeForce Experience 3.0, now with mandatory log-in

New version is faster and easier to use.
The best of IFA 2016 
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The best of IFA 2016

We pick out the best products and most impressive companies from IFA 2016.
Antec embraces the hexagonal with new GX1200 pc case 
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Antec embraces the hexagonal with new GX1200 pc case

Antec's latest mid-tower offers features at a competitive price.
Why Apple's iPhone 7 Plus camera has two lens 
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Why Apple's iPhone 7 Plus camera has two lens

Apple's iPhone 7 Plus uses a dual-camera setup, but what does this mean and what does it do?
Intel's new 600p series NVMe drives get a fantastic price 
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Intel's new 600p series NVMe drives get a fantastic price

Not quite high-end performance, but half the asking price? This is the storage revolution we've been waiting for.
In Win reveals new D-Frame 2.0 'signature' PC chassis 
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In Win reveals new D-Frame 2.0 'signature' PC chassis

In Win is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a stylish new case.
The flat-pack truck set to transform African roads 
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The flat-pack truck set to transform African roads

The OX – from F1 designer Gordon Murray – can be assembled in under 12 hours
Antec and Razer join forces for new PC case design 
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Antec and Razer join forces for new PC case design

It's cubey, but it's good!
It's the best of both worlds with Razer's new gaming keyboard  
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It's the best of both worlds with Razer's new gaming keyboard

Mechanical? Membrane? Why not have both at the same time?
Porn site users urged to protect themselves by using 'safe words' 
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Porn site users urged to protect themselves by using 'safe words'

Nearly 800,000 users' details have been stolen from porn chat site Brazzers, leading some pundits to advise users to be more creative with their passwords.
Review: Intel Core i7-6950X Extreme Edition 
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Review: Intel Core i7-6950X Extreme Edition

Intel’s new ten-core processor is a beast: the fastest desktop processor ever.
Survey: Hackers believe strongly in privacy... unless they're paid to crack passwords  
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Survey: Hackers believe strongly in privacy... unless they're paid to crack passwords

Four out of five surveyed hackers agreed that Apple was right to refuse the FBI's request for a backdoor into the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone.
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