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Developers will be able to choose whether to support KB+M controls in their games. [Read More]
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Former TAO coder took home tools to study in hopes of a better performance review. [Read More]
Tags: Former TAO - tools - NSA
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VMWare now supports DirectX 10.1 via the Mac's Metal graphics API. [Read More]
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The latest data comes straight from Steam's internal hardware surveys. [Read More]
Tags: Valve - Steam - reveals
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Our creative director mocks up the way he wishes dark mode would look instead. [Read More]
Tags: Why Mojave - dark - mode
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Lawsuit claims Apple misused trade secrets to help Intel make iPhone modems. [Read More]
Tags: Apple - Intel - Lawsuit
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Plus $45 Switch games, an Amazon Fire TV Stick for $30, and more. [Read More]
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At least one newly jobless Telltale staffer has filed proposed class-action suit. [Read More]
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Derive Systems must bring its products into compliance and pay $300,000. [Read More]
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After sexual assault allegations, Wilson cuts ties with his Austin-based company. [Read More]
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Air Force saved over $1B on copter buy, awarded just before time ran out. [Read More]
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Three cameras is better than two, and way better than one, right? [Read More]
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Micro-engine has potential to be as efficient as allowed by laws of physics. [Read More]
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The inside of a Series 4 doesn't look anything like the inside of the Series 3. [Read More]
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The builders of the Nasca Lines cared for their sick, even when times got tough. [Read More]
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Vector has received a patent for its liquid oxygen-propylene rocket engine. [Read More]
Tags: Vector - rocket - decade
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Lawyers play out new privacy scenarios created by the Series 4's auto-alert feature. [Read More]
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Pairing wind with batteries makes wind more competitive with fossil fuels. [Read More]
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Consumer availability will be in the coming weeks. [Read More]
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Microsoft 365 subscribers will see big differences. Home users, not so much. [Read More]
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