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The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) advised companies not to use HTTPS inspection products because they might make their security weaker.

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The partnership with Bosch is devoted to building "artificial intelligence self-driving systems for mass market cars," while the partnership with Paccar will focus on autonomous semi-tractor trailers.

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The company has stopped Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users with these new CPUs from scanning or downloading from Windows Update.

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Zalman now offers its ZM-900M in white, and with Kailh Brown switches instead of Blue.

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At $80, the K63 is Corsair's best balance of price and features.

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This is the first X370 motherboard in our AM4 review series. Is ASRocks' X370 Taichi the answer for those wanting to jump into the deep end of Zen?

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Haptics in gaming is one of those funny things where you usually notice them only when they’re done badly, like live concert audio. Immersion is the company behind the companies that make those haptics for games and controllers and the like.

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Plextor launched an aggressive attack on the NVMe market with the new M8Pe that comes with three various cooling options and a plethora of capacities.

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AMD's new Ryzen 5 processors take aim at the heart of the desktop PC market with six-core and four-core variants at competitive price points.

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Bioware is preparing to release the next installment of the "Mass Effect" franchise, and AMD is ready and waiting. Radeon Crimson ReLive 17.3.2 is out now, and it offers optimized performance for "Mass Effect: Andromeda."

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Bitfenix launches yet another case with an eye catching design, although this time it's aimed at the HTPC market. Let's see if its performance can match its looks.

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"Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality" is a taste of what’s to come for the popular TV franchise’s first VR venture.

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VR video is one of the primary attractions of virtual reality, but the technology has a glaring problem: Image quality. VR (and 360-degree) video suffers from a distortion problem, and Google’s trying to solve it with a new projection technique.

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Samsung said that its 10nm process technology is on track, which means it could be the first to manufacture 10nm chips this year, besting Intel and TSMC.

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The event will include a new story playlist and an additional modifier for the Nightfall strikes.

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Wire updated calls in its secure communications app to be more reliable, to feature verifiable end-to-end encryption, and to not send call logs to company servers.

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VR hardware designers are doing what they can to ensure that VR is safe for the person in the headset, but what about the creatures you may have running around your house that don’t understand that you can’t see them?

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Microsoft released the March Patch Tuesday security updates, including the ones it completely skipped in February. The 17 security bulletins contain 134 vulnerabilities, many of which are remote code execution bugs currently exploited in the wild.

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Exploiting the vulnerability required little more than a dank image macro, some malicious code, and the hope that you'll decide to open the malicious file. But don't worry--WhatsApp and Telegram have already fixed the problem.

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The list of hijacked accounts includes high profile organizations like BBC North America, Amnesty International, and others.

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Much like the previous release, Build 15046, this latest preview build is more focused on addressing problems with earlier updates than on adding new features to the operating system.

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We’ve been tracking Humaneye’s Vuze camera for some time. Finally, the 3D, 360-degree camera is available to the general public.

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The recently released Chrome 57 has started throttling individual background tabs to 1% of a CPU core's performance to significantly cut the overall power consumption of the browser and improve a notebook's battery life.

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Tesoro and Gateron co-developed an optical keyboard switch for the Tesoro Excalibur SE Spectrum. But the design is not exclusive to Tesoro, meaning other keyboard makers can use them, too.

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Hot on the heels of Futuremark's synthetic VRMark suite, we now have a test tool that lets us evaluate graphics and host processing performance using real-world games. Follow along as we introduce Nvidia's FCAT VR Capture and Analyzer packages.

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