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ASUS announces a motherboard just for crypto-mining

Mining hardware is weird stuff. Either it’s commodity hardware used – inefficiently – for complex computation or specifically-designed, expensive boards that can be used to bring in Bitcoin and little else. Asus,  a...

Opinion: There’s more to the Google military AI project than we’ve been told

Google, a company whose motto used to be “don’t be evil,” has had its ethics questioned lately over its insistence on developing AI for the Pentagon. If you’re among the many...

Leak: Motorola One Power brings the notch to Android One

Though Motorola has announced plenty of phones with small bezels – with more seemingly on the way – it’s so far avoided the trendy iPhone X-style display cutout. Until now; a leak by Android Headlines suggests Motorola is working on...

3 more Pokémon games are coming to the Nintendo Switch, including 2 this November

Nintendo Switch fans are in for a treat this November, as two new Pokémon titles are set to launch that month, with simplified controls and a mobile tie-in. A third game is...

Canadian Yahoo hacker gets a five-year prison sentence

  After pleading guilty in November, the Canadian hacker at least partially to blame for the massive Yahoo hack that exposed up to 3 billion accounts will face five years in prison. According to...

Uber adds a 911 ‘panic button’ to its US app

  Uber today pushed out a special option within its app that allows US users to contact emergency dispatchers immediately, potentially sharing their location as well. According to The Verge, the “panic button” has been...

Facebook didn’t see Cambridge Analytica breach coming because it was focused ‘on the old...

    In light of the massive data scandal involving Cambridge Analytica around the 2016 U.S. presidential election, a lot of people wondered how something like that could’ve happened. Well, Facebook didn’t see...