posted 17 days ago on tom's hardware
The exploit, which could have let attackers redirect people to other web pages, fraudulently use Steam Market funds, and change aspects of the page at will, was addressed just eight hours after disclosure.

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The 76 apps have been downloaded a collective 18 million times; more information will be revealed in 60-90 days.

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posted 17 days ago on tom's hardware
After being reintroduced in the House, early this year, the Email Privacy Act passed unanimously once again. The bill failed to pass the Senate last year, so it remains to be seen whether this time it will become law.

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posted 17 days ago on tom's hardware
3dRudder, the company behind the VR foot-based input device of the same name, released a new version of the 3dRudder Dashboard software which allows you to custom tailor the device for a wide variety of use cases.

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Google used simple language and basic concepts to explain how it tries to protect its users while they browse the web.

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The preview build features automatic updates, an improved achievement tracker, and, as so often happens with pre-release software, a whole host of frustrating-but-manageable bugs.

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posted 17 days ago on tom's hardware
Rosewill has a new keyboard, the RK-9300, which comes in Cherry MX Blue and Cherry MX Brown varieties. It's a fairly simple and austere device.

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The Gigabyte P57W v6 is a 17" laptop equipped with Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1060. We've tested many GTX 1060 configurations before; will the P57W shine in comparison?

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posted 17 days ago on tom's hardware
We spent time inside VRChat talking with Ron Millar, creative director of VRCHat, and learned a lot about the platform as well as Millar's incredible 28-year long development career.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Logitech's new 4K Pro Webcam streams 4K, 5x Zoom, HDR, facial recognition for Windows Hello, and more. And it costs $199.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Last year, Microsoft started shipping HoloLens developer kits to companies and individuals around the world that were willing to part with $3,000 for a shiny new mixed reality headset. Developers are now starting to show off thier AR concepts.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
You'll finally get to own your own spot of real estate to build a home and give it some furnishings.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Harmonix’s "Rock Band VR" was supposed to be available in 2016, but the company quietly let that release window slide without a hint of when the game would see the light of day. Until now, that is.

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Google's creation and support of the Web Bluetooth and WebUSB APIs may end-up making the internet less secure, as more malicious hackers could get remote access to insecure devices.

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Lenovo unveiled three new thin and light mobile workstations at Solidworks World 2017 - the ThinkPad P51s, P51, and P71. All of the new laptops offer Nvidia Quadro graphics options, with one of the models sporting VR-ready performance.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Apparently you can't even trust your TV not to spy on you anymore.

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Microsoft, Apple, Google, Facebook, and Intel were among those who signed. Companies that previously spoke out on the ban such as AMD, however, were not.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Hot on the heels of Micron's announcement that it is developing the "world's smallest" 64-layer 3D NAND, WD announced that it has begun pilot production of the "world's first" 64-layer 512Gb TLC NAND die.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Firefox version 52 will remove support for most NPAPI plugins, with the exception of Flash. Soon after that, in version 54, the browser will start seeing Rust code infusions as another way to improve security.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Micron laid out plans for its 64-layer NAND and GDDR6 at its Analyst Conference. Micron is also developing the next two generations of 3D XPoint and a new, faster memory that will be more competitive with DRAM along with QLC NAND.

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A passively-cooled mainstream graphics card that runs silently while gaming? Today we get our first peek at Palit's GeForce GTX 1050 Ti KalmX.

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The B150M takes one more step upscale from the recently reviewed H110M Grenade. Is Intel’s higher market B150 chipset worth the extra money?

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posted 19 days ago on tom's hardware
Nvidia is launching six new Pascal-based Quadro card at SolidWorks World this week, one of which looks to be an HBM2-equipped stunner.

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posted 19 days ago on tom's hardware
Adata released an updated portable SSD lineup with 3D NAND. The new SD700 is the first of the new drives and comes with a rugged IP68 rated enclosure. The drive is small, portable, and can take a lot of abuse, so it isn't your typical purse SSD.

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posted 20 days ago on tom's hardware
Long awaited by fans of the Resident Evil franchise, this seventh installment returns to the basics that made the series a success: wave goodbye to the action genre and say hello to survival/horror, with a good dose of exploration.

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