Can You Build a $500 Gaming PC to Match the Xbox One X?

Xbox One X

Can you build a PC — or upgrade one — to match the Xbox One X’s capabilities? It’s going to depend on what hardware you have already, but we step through the options and what’s available today.

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The scent of cybersecurity: Kaspersky Lab launches perfume

Can hackers smell fear? Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab is raising awareness of the digital threats facing users … by launching a perfume.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/03/13/scent-cybersecurity-kaspersky-lab-launches-perfume.html

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Apple rumored to announce complete refresh of iPad lineup this spring

Microsoft and Apple Share a Peaceful Moment


Can you imagine Microsoft and Apple actually liking each other? Who’da thunk such a thing was even possible? However, the holiday spirit is alive and well at Microsoft. The company flew a bunch of workers from around the country into New York City for something very special. Microsoft workers and a local NYC children’s youth choir met at Microsoft’s new Fifth Avenue store to spread some special holiday cheer. Their goal was to share a message of peace and harmony with Microsoft’s neighbor down the street… Apple.

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American Sniper widow Taya Kyle outshoots NRA champion

Can a rifle turn a novice into a world-class sharpshooter? Yes, based on the shootout scoreboard at a major fundraising event for the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation Saturday.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/12/07/american-sniper-widow-taya-kyle-outshoots-nra-champion.html

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Vivaldi: Opera team builds a better browser, but is there room for it?

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Can Vivaldi succeed against Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, and even Opera? It’s a major challenge, especially when you don’t have an operating system of your own.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/198419-vivaldi-opera-team-builds-a-better-browser-but-is-there-room-for-it

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Scientists implant tiny robots inside live mice

Can robots travel inside living animals? It sounds like science fiction, but scientists have just made it a reality by implanting tiny nano-robots inside living mice. Researchers from the Department of Nanoengineering at the University of California, San Diego, published their report on the first successful tests of implanting micro robots designed to disperse drugs within a body, reports SmithsonianMag.com.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/01/23/scientists-implant-tiny-robots-inside-live-mice/

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Google Autocomplete's Brushes With Libel


Can an automated Google feature that ostensibly helps users with a search be a basis for libel? Courts in Germany, Italy and Hong Kong have had to field that question. Google’s position is that there is no human intervention, and that its algorithm is based merely on what others have searched for, or strings of words in indexed pages. Autocomplete “predictions are possible search terms, not statements by other people or Google about the terms, and not the answer to a search,” the company claims.

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