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Election Engineering: How US Experts Are Making Sure Your Vote Will Count

16:50
In the 2016, we saw how foreign powers could affect US elections. Now the nation is scrambling to secure the system in the midst of a pandemic.

Western Digital Launches 18TB Purple Hard Drive for Surveillance

15:11
It's built for DVRs, NVRs, AI, and deep learning and can cope with recording up to 64 cameras per drive.

T-Mobile: New 5G Bands Will Need New Phones

15:11
T-Mobile's president of technology squashes hopes that today's phones will work with the upcoming ‘C-Band’ 5G networks.

How Serious Sam Paved the Way for Global Game Development

15:11
In the late 1990s, game engines were a serious investment. But a group of enthusiastic amateurs in Croatia didn't have that kind of money. So they had to get creative, and Serious Sam was born.

The Best Hidden Features of iOS 14 to Check Out Now

15:11
A new OS for your iPhone is here, and with it comes a slew of under-the-hood tweaks and tricks for power users, from better ways to organize your chats to accessibility features that are useful for everyone.

New Non-Subscription Microsoft Office Launches in 2021

23.September
Microsoft confirms a replacement for Office 2019 with a perpetual license arrives in the second half of 2021.

Need Good Air Quality Data? Hopefully You Live in a Rich Neighborhood

23.September
In Black communities and other communities of color, pollution is a daily struggle, not just during wildfire season, and getting accurate air quality data often depends on your ZIP code.

Tesla: Our Next-Gen Battery Tech Will Help Create a $25,000 Electric Car

23.September
Tesla plans on incorporating the new battery tech and manufacturing methods in 12 to 18 months with full utilization in three years.

Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 AniMe Matrix: Close the Lid for a Surprise

22.September
The Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 AniMe Matrix is a fun spin on an excellent gaming notebook, adding a customizable, dynamic LED grid to the laptop's lid. You've never seen anything like it, though the added cost dampens some of the “best value” mojo of the original G14.

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21.September
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