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Try this: Emulate early Apple Macintosh software in your browser

Mondays are unquestionably rough, but the Internet Archive is making this particular Monday a little more exciting. The Internet Archive announced today that it has added emulation for early Macintosh software to its library. This means that you can spend your day as if you were still living in the 1980s, exploring some of the earliest operating systems Apple ever … Continue reading

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NVIDIA’s Spring Game Sale has come into full bloom

What better way to welcome the new season of life than by bursting into a spending spree, right? While gamers probably wished there were no need to wait for seasons to have sales, we’ll take what we can

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Galaxy S8 battery is so tough, stabbing it won’t make it explode

Perhaps the biggest question on everyone’s mind upon seeing the Galaxy S8 is whether it will be as explosive as the Galaxy Note 7 before it. Given what’s at stake, Samsung spared no expense at making sure it won’t. And, apparently, that has paid off to the extreme.

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Moto C, C Plus renders envision new entry-level phones

OnLeaks is on a roll! Following leaks of the Moto Z2 and the Moto E4 Plus, the leakster is treating us to even more renders. This time these are for the soon to be newest member of Motorola’s family

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Star Wars: Battlefront II revealed with Imperial-focused story campaign

In case you haven’t heard, there’s a little event known as the Star Wars Celebration going on this weekend, and game publisher EA has used it to pull the curtain back on Star Wars: Battlefront II.

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Bose SoundLink Revolve, Revolve+, Color II get the party started

Bluetooth speakers are nothing new but they have almost always been ignored by audiophiles because of the superior quality of wired audio accessories.

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Apple has an autonomous car permit, but so does everyone else

This morning it was discovered that Apple was on the list for road testing autonomous vehicle permits in California. As such, it’s possible that Apple has an autonomous car hidden in a garage somewhere, hidden under a pile of rose-gold cardboard boxes so nobody can see it! Or it could mean that Apple is one of a wide variety of … Continue reading

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Microsoft confirms Windows’ NSA hacking loopholes have been patched

Yesterday, the computer security industry woke up to the news that a hacker group known as “Shadow Brokers” had released a handful of exploits for Windows operating systems, along with details about how these tools had been created by and stolen from the NSA. While alarms are ringing about the US government’s ability to hack consumer PCs, Microsoft has fortunately … Continue reading

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Apple will provide iPads to NHL coaches

In the world of tech, one on-going pattern we see is tablet makers eager to get their devices into the hands of sports coaches, in turn making them visible from the sidelines. This strategy is now making its to the sport of hockey, where Apple has signed a deal with the NHL to supply both coaches and referees with iPads. … Continue reading

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Verily Study Watch is a health wearable designed for medical use

Alphabet has officially introduced the Verily Study Watch, an unassuming smartwatch packing a bunch of features tailored for the medical and health industries.

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