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The Freedom To Do Stupid Things Is The Best Part Of Ubisoft's Steep

The Freedom To Do Stupid Things Is The Best Part Of Ubisoft's Steep

At any given point in Ubisoft’s upcoming extreme winter sports extravaganza you can stop what you’re doing, teleport to a hot air balloon and launch yourself from it wearing a naught more than a
Eye candy from space: The most beautiful panoramas and photos of the universe around us

Eye candy from space: The most beautiful panoramas and photos of the universe around us

Straight outta sci-fi: these beauty shots from all over space offer a startling, spectacular look into the cosmos. Watch the universe at work, from our own lonely planet to the deepest image of the
Intel Core i7-7700K review: Kaby Lake debuts for desktop

Intel Core i7-7700K review: Kaby Lake debuts for desktop

Intel's new Kaby Lake CPU hits the market today, but is it a worthwhile upgrade? How much performance did Intel's improved 14nm process yield? We review the core, explore these questions, and discuss
10 almost-perfect tech cars to buy in 2017

10 almost-perfect tech cars to buy in 2017

The best cars offer the right driver assistance technology. Midgrade trim lines should include a color LCD standard (this is 2017) without forcing you to buy navigation: That's why Apple CarPlay and
SpaceX announces cause of launchpad failure, plans for January 8 return to flight

SpaceX announces cause of launchpad failure, plans for January 8 return to flight

SpaceX says the tank design allowed oxygen to pool and ignite. The post SpaceX announces cause of launchpad failure, plans for January 8 return to flight appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Can the conflict between dark matter and gravity be resolved?

Can the conflict between dark matter and gravity be resolved?

Dutch physicist Erik Verlinde has some ideas about how we can resolve the conflict between gravitational theory and dark matter. Nothing matters without data -- but other physicists have started
Extreme science: the biggest, fastest and hottest breakthroughs of 2016

Extreme science: the biggest, fastest and hottest breakthroughs of 2016

This year we pushed the boundaries of science to new extremes. We saw new levels of supercomputer performance, peeled the plastic off the biggest telescope and solar plant on earth, and processed
A new space firm plans a commercial station to take over for the ISS

A new space firm plans a commercial station to take over for the ISS

Axiom Space has some experienced personnel and an ambitious plan to launch a commercial space station. The post A new space firm plans a commercial station to take over for the ISS appeared first on
2016’s most talked-about research papers

2016’s most talked-about research papers

From Robin Williams' legacy to reproducibility in science, from tardigrades to the Tully monster, this is where the buzz was in 2016. The post 2016’s most talked-about research papers appeared first
Haptic bodysuits and the strange new landscape of immersive VR

Haptic bodysuits and the strange new landscape of immersive VR

Far from being just another take on the haptic bodysuit, the HaptX Exoskeleton could be the most ambitious VR device presently in the works. The post Haptic bodysuits and the strange new landscape of
AMD reveals new Radeon GPU architecture, codenamed Vega

AMD reveals new Radeon GPU architecture, codenamed Vega

AMD has released new details on its Vega architecture. Will AMD's upcoming next-generation GPU deliver the punch the company needs? The post AMD reveals new Radeon GPU architecture, codenamed Vega
Ability 3D promises to let hobbyists print with metal

Ability 3D promises to let hobbyists print with metal

One of the last frontiers of hobbyist 3D printing is the use of metal. Startup Ability 3D thinks it has cracked the code with a combination MIG welder and router that is suitable for hobbyist use. The
Ford, Toyota to challenge Apple CarPlay, Android Auto

Ford, Toyota to challenge Apple CarPlay, Android Auto

Subaru, Mazda joint SmartDeviceLink Consortium offering an open alternative to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. SDL lets smartphone apps (beyond on-phone music) be controlled by the car's voice
Razer debuts new triple-screened laptop as its latest CES innovation

Razer debuts new triple-screened laptop as its latest CES innovation

Razer's latest CES proof-of-concept is a laptop with additional 4K displays. Three 4K 17-inch panels sounds like a fairly interesting machine, though we wouldn't want to take bets on its battery life.
Dell unveils 8K 32-inch monitor at CES 2017, and it’s shipping this year

Dell unveils 8K 32-inch monitor at CES 2017, and it’s shipping this year

Dell just unveiled an 8K display -- is a new resolution already ready to replace 4K before 4K has made much more than a dent in the HDTV market? The post Dell unveils 8K 32-inch monitor at CES 2017,
Chandra Observatory spies densest-ever concentration of black holes

Chandra Observatory spies densest-ever concentration of black holes

You can't see the black holes themselves, but the matter around them offers a telltale sign. The post Chandra Observatory spies densest-ever concentration of black holes appeared first on
NASA tells astronomers to submit proposals for James Webb Telescope observations

NASA tells astronomers to submit proposals for James Webb Telescope observations

Astronomers will have to impress NASA to get a slot in JWST's first year. The post NASA tells astronomers to submit proposals for James Webb Telescope observations appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Jetstream aims to double residential solar efficiency

Jetstream aims to double residential solar efficiency

Silicon-based PV panels are the state of the art for residential solar, but are topping out in efficiency. Startup Jetstream plans to bring commercial-quality solar concentration technology to the
Poker-playing AI threatens to unseat a raft of Texas Hold’em champions

Poker-playing AI threatens to unseat a raft of Texas Hold’em champions

What's scary is that a computer algorithm, which can best humans in a game involving bluffing, imperfect information, and extreme complexity, can be tailored to defeat us at many of the "games" we
Bosch’s view of the future car: truly keyless entry, haptic feedback, smart parking, cybersecurity

Bosch’s view of the future car: truly keyless entry, haptic feedback, smart parking, cybersecurity

The world's largest auto components supplier sees phones replacing keys and hand/finger gestures replacing physical knobs and buttons. Bosch also envisions ever-smarter maps and sensors ferreting out