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Adaptive Sync

By on May 16, 2014 at 11:10 am

Welcome to the Friday Tech Roundup! Contained herein is your weekly dose of some of the best tech news from across the Internet, rounded up for your edification and entertainment. Read on for all the details of adaptive refresh mechanisms coming to monitors near you, Microsoft’s further responses to Xbox One customer feedback, and Telstra’s 4G in-flight coverage trials.

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science

By on May 2, 2014 at 12:48 pm

Welcome to the Friday Tech Roundup after our brief hiatus! Contained herein is your weekly dose of some of the best tech news from across the Internet, rounded up for your edification and entertainment. Read on for all the details of 2014′s lack of 20nm process GPUs, Microsoft Research’s motion sensing keyboard prototype, and the brain-stimulating Halo.

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Windows 8.1

By on March 7, 2014 at 8:19 am

Welcome to the Friday Tech Roundup! Contained herein is your weekly dose of some of the best tech news from across the Internet, rounded up for your edification and entertainment. Read on for all the details of a possible free version of Windows, Razer’s Game Booster utility, and Israel’s laser-based missile defence system.

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Hard Drive Platters

By on November 8, 2013 at 2:38 pm

Welcome to the Friday Tech Roundup! Contained herein is your weekly dose of some of the best tech news from across the Internet, rounded up for your edification and entertainment. Read on for all the details of Western Digital’s new helium-filled hard drives, the NSA tapping Google and Yahoo data, and the spherical camera that will bring StreetView-like video capturing to consumers.

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BesTV and Microsoft

By on September 27, 2013 at 11:22 am

Welcome to the Friday Tech Roundup! Contained herein is your weekly dose of some of the best tech news from across the Internet, rounded up for your edification and entertainment. Read on for all the details of Microsoft’s plans to be first into the fledgling Chinese console market, drivers following Apple Maps onto an airport runway, and a plan to use pneumatic tubes to remove garbage from Manhattan.

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Xbox One Motherboard

By on August 30, 2013 at 9:47 am

Welcome to the Friday Tech Roundup! Contained herein is your weekly dose of some of the best tech news from across the Internet, rounded up for your edification and entertainment. Read on for all the details of the Xbox One’s 6% GPU clock speed increase, the Nintendo 2DS, an the University of Washington’s first human brain-to-brain interface.

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Xbox One Controller

By on August 16, 2013 at 3:46 pm

Welcome to the Friday Tech Roundup! Contained herein is your weekly dose of some of the best tech news from across the Internet, rounded up for your edification and entertainment. Read on for all the details of the Xbox One controller’s delayed PC support, the crazy-looking Meta Glasses, and the equally crazy-looking Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop keyboard.

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Maximum PC

By on August 9, 2013 at 1:56 pm

Welcome to the Friday Tech Roundup! Contained herein is your weekly dose of some of the best tech news from across the Internet, rounded up for your edification and entertainment. Read on for all the details of Maximum PC’s monitor refresh rate analysis, the report that claims that PC gamers are saving the PC industry, and the 3D printed rifle that could change gun laws across the globe.

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