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Neverware Brings Windows Into Its Anti-Aging Fold

Neverware on Thursday announced the addition of dual-boot support, allowing its CloudReady operating system and Microsoft Windows to run on the same computer. The dual-boot feature preserves existing data on

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Leap Motion Unleashes Orion

Leap Motion on Tuesday introduced Orion — a faster, more precise, more capable and more reliable hand tracking system than its predecessor. Orion is purpose built for virtual reality, and

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Gadget Ogling: Tweeted Cocktails, Dimensional Doodles, and Crazy Cubes

Welcome to Gadget Dreams and Nightmares, the first-look gadget column that indulges in a long, hard gaze at the latest-announced gizmos before deciding to hold them up for all to

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Dell’s Embedded PCs Take the IoT to the Mainstream

Dell on Tuesday announced the release of its first purpose-built industrial PC products for the mainstream market: the Embedded Box PC 3000 Series and 5000 Series. The products are a

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Greenwave Brings Unity to IoT Networks

Greenwave Systems on Monday announced the expansion of its AXON Platform to unite mobile machine-to-machine and residential IoT networks into one fully manageable network service. Mobile carriers, telecommunications operators and

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Atlas Robot Turns the Other Cheek

Google-owned Boston Dynamics on Tuesday gave the world a look at the latest version of Atlas, a bipedal robot that someday could threaten manual laborers’ livelihoods. Boston Dynamics certainly didn’t

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Facebook TIPs the Scales Toward Better Networking

Facebook on Sunday at the 2016 Mobile World Congress announced its Telecom Infra Project, an engineering initiative aimed at developing new technologies and approaches to building and deploying telecom network

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Facebook Gives Us More Ways to Push Each Other’s Buttons

Facebook on Wednesday rolled out a new set of options for its 1.5 billion monthly users to use when responding to posts in their News Feeds. The six “Reactions,” as

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RebeccaBlackOS Is a Class Act

RebeccaBlackOS is a Debian Testing-based live distribution that offers a developmental view ofWayland-based Linux desktop sessions. A few other distro makers such as Fedora have prototypes of Wayland running, but

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Chicago School Board Elevates Computer Science to Graduation Requirement

The Chicago Board of Education on Wednesday voted unanimously to make computer science a graduation requirement for all high school students beginning with next year’s freshmen. Chicago Public Schools has

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