Microsoft, Lenovo to Ship Sub-$300 Windows 10 S Notebooks

Microsoft has announced the first shipping laptops with Windows 10 S at a price tag under $300, but its own partners don’t seem to have gotten the message.

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Apple’s new $300 coffee table book contains 450 product photos, little else

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Apple just released a $300 book with 450 product photos detailing the last 20 years of its own design history. The only problem? It forgot all the words.

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UK asks Internet to name vessel, gets 'Boaty McBoatface'

When the Natural Environment Research Council in the UK put the naming of its $300 million Antarctic survey vessel to a public vote online, well, the Internet had a little fun.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/03/21/uk-asks-internet-to-name-vessel-gets-boaty-mcboatface.html

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Samsung smartens up its phones

Samsung’s latest Galaxy S6 (starting at $200) and Galaxy S6 Edge (starting $300), available today, represent the state of the art and unquestionably offer several improvements over previous Samsung models. They also offer a collection of features that technically surpass models such as Apple’s iPhone 6. But do you really need more in a smartphone and is it enough to make anyone switch?

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/04/13/samsung-phones-smarten-up/

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New 'IP Box' tool bypasses 10-try limit for PINs on older iOS versions, automates brute force attacks

A relatively new $300 device could allow attackers to crack the PIN codes on out-of-date iPhones or iPads, taking advantage of a flaw in iOS versions older than 8.1.1 that allows unlimited attempts at PIN entry, even when users enable Apple’s 10-try limit.



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Intel Takes Up Diversity Challenge to the Tune of $300M


Intel will invest $300 million over the next five years to promote gender and racial diversity, CEO Brian Krzanich announced Tuesday at CES 2015. The company plans to have full representation at all levels in its workforce by 2020. That’s close to 100,000 people. “This is a highly relevant issue, and one that we all need to address,” Krzanich said. “It’s not good enough to say we value diversity and then have our workplaces and our industry not reflect the full availability of a talent pool of women and underrepresented minorities.”

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