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This Weekend’s PC Game Deals: The return of the deals with Humble Bundles galore

If you’re someone who is itching to get their hands on a classic military shooter, or just can’t say no to a good deal, look no further than what EA is currently offering on its ‘On The House’ promotion. With just an Origin account as a requirement, you can grab 2004’s Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault for free. A game from an era ... Read More »

AMD Ryzen Threadripper: Everything we know so far about this monster CPU

AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper chips could very well be the most powerful consumer CPU ever introduced when it releases in August. With up to 16 cores and 32 threads, Threadripper gives the high-performance Intel products currently dominating high-end desktops something to worry about. The mega-core CPU battle is now quickly turning into an arms race. Check back here for all the ... Read More »

We have come across more details about this mystery machine. The original story follows this update.

Update: We’ve been poking around and we might be looking at something a lot more special than we first thought. The teaser image shows the number “22” which is the atomic number for Titanium and the number “6” the atomic number for carbon. We’re unsure if this means that the front triangle of the Gnarpoon will be Titanium or not, but ... Read More »

This is how much American parents spend on their kids’ education

On average, parents in the U.S. shell out $58,464 on their child’s education from primary school through the end of undergraduate studies at university. In America, learning doesn’t come cheaply. On average, parents in the U.S. shell out $58,464 on their child’s education from primary school through the end of undergraduate studies at university, according to a report from HSBC HSBC, -0.30%  that ... Read More »

Eero Home WiFi System 2 review: Beacons make this system even easier to install

The second-generation Eero Home WiFi System is even easier to set up than the first, thanks to wireless access points called Beacons that plug straight into AC outlets. It’s also more powerful, thanks to a new Qualcomm mesh Wi-Fi router chipset and a tri-band Wi-Fi radio. Eero says the $399 kit reviewed here is suitable for a three- to four-bedroom ... Read More »

OnePlus 5 review: This mid-range Android phone is speedy inside, but stale outside

There are certain things you can usually count on in a OnePlus phone: great performance, an awesome price, and a touch of originality. But with the OnePlus 5, you’re only getting the first two parts of the three-part equation. The OnePlus 5 is packed with the latest components on the inside, but its display is nothing special. It’s still a ... Read More »

EU Said to Fine Google With Record Fine This Week

HIGHLIGHTS EU to order Google a fine of around EUR 2 billion this Tuesday Google had been accused of dominating in its search results EU had earlier fined Apple a huge sum of EUR 13 billion The EU’s powerful antitrust regulator will slap Google with a record fine as early as Tuesday in another European blow against a US tech ... Read More »

The Muslim Law Board has proposed a social boycott of men who use triple talaq – but is this legal?

The Supreme Court is expected to pronounce its verdict on the constitutional validity of triple talaq soon, having concluded hearings in the case on Thursday. The All India Muslim Personal Law Board – an NGO that claims to represent India’s Muslims – is doing all it can to convince the court not to ban the practice. In one of its ... Read More »

Samsung to Showcase ‘World’s First Stretchable Display’ at SID 2017 This Week

HIGHLIGHTS Samsung will showcase world’s first stretchable panel during the SID 2017 The company said its display can stretch as much as 12mm when pressed Samsung Display plans to showcase 9.1-inch versions of the OLED display Samsung on Monday said it will showcase the world’s first “stretchable” panel during the SID 2017 hosted by the Society for Information Display US ... Read More »

This computer language is teaching kids to code

“What are you making?” he’d ask. And they would proudly say, “A game!” or whatever it was, and begin showing him how it works. Zuckerberg would stop them. “Show me the code!” he’d say, because, well, he’s Zuckerberg, and any occasion is ripe for an ad hoc programming review. And that’s when the kid would click on a menu that ... Read More »