Oh yes, AMG continues to place its badge on everything.
On top of trying to outdo a beloved Disney classic, director Jon Favreau achieved a fascinating feat with his film adaption of The Jungle Book: Aside from its young actor portraying Mowgli, every other character and setting were built with CGI. But i…
The director of the FBI says he wants to have an adult conversation on encryption next year. I have an idea, why doesn’t the FBI build a team of people that can stay one step ahead of the crooks, instead of relying on companies to provide them an “easy” button.
FBI Director James Comey warned again Tuesday about the bureau’s inability to access digital devices because of encryption and said investigators were collecting information about the challenge in preparation for an “adult conversation” next year. “We are working hard to make people at keyboards feel our breath on their necks and try to change that behavior,” he said. “We’ve got to get to a point where we can reach them as easily as they can reach us and change behavior by that reach-out.”
I am a firm believer that, in order for self-driving cars to truly be efficient and effective, we need to remove humans from the equation entirely. Oddly enough, this video about a “solution to traffice” does a great job of demonstrating why we need to just ban human drivers altogether.
I don't usually search out particular stickers to express myself on Facebook Messenger (I'm a ? or ? emoji kind of guy) but recently people who do, have noticed some strange results. VentureBeat points out a tweet by Serena Ehrlich showing the vomit…
While many of you have already ditched the practice of preordering games, there are tons people us that still do. If you are still preordering games, why? What games are you more likely to preorder? Which game are you unwilling to preorder? Is price a factor?
If you’ve ever preordered a videogame and felt disappointed by your purchase later, let me suggest a great thing to try: Stop preordering videogames. Again, if $60 is the sort of cash you might find between your couch cushions, then go nuts. But if there’s even the slightest chance you’ll feel burned, you have an option: just wait.
It looks like AMD has inadvertently outed a handful of unreleased RX 400 series video cards. If you hit this link and then click the ‘Eligible AMD Computer Systems + Manufacturers’ button you will see a host of new cards listed. Probably the most interesting to you guys will be the R9 490 card but there are GPUs ranging from a R5 420 all the way up to a R7 455 as well. I posted the list below in case AMD takes down this page. Thanks to cageymaru for the heads up.
If you've ever used more than one computer at once, you know that juggling extra mice can be kind of annoying. Logitech thinks it doesn't have to be: the company has just announced a new mouse designed specifically for folks who use more than one com…