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Civilization VI review: Learning from some (but not all) of history's mistakes Just like that, five days are gone. I fell into quite a few One More Turn traps over the weekend, looked up more than once to realize it was past 3 A.M., and I come before you now having made my way through three Civilization VI campaigns.Ive got thoughts
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Apple's Q4 2016 results: Better than expected with 45.5 million iPhones sold, but revenue continues to slide Apple is gearing up to launch new Macs on Thursday, which is reportedly why it rescheduled its Q4 earnings report for Tuesdayso Macs will dominate the headlines instead of the companys snoozeworthy (for Apple) Q4 report.The company sold 45.5 million iPhon
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18% off Blue Snowball iCE Condenser Microphone - Deal Alert At home, a dorm, or in the office, the Snowball iCE USBmicrophone delivers crystal clear high quality audio for vocals, podcasts, narrations, Skype calls, and everything else in between.Simply mount Snowball iCE on the included adjustable stand, plug the
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Intel wants to make its Internet of Things chips see, think, and act Rolling out the internet of things means using devices as our eyes and ears and even asking them to make decisions for us. The chips at the heart of those devices play critical roles, and on Tuesday some of them got better at their jobs.While ARM introduc
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AWS quietly launches tool for migrating on-premesis apps to the cloud Amazon is trying to simplify the process of moving legacy applications to the cloud with a new service that it quietly launched this week. The aptly named Server Migration Service is designed to help IT teams set up the incremental replication of virtual
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ARM builds up security in the tiniest Internet of Things chips IoT is making devices smaller, smarter, and we hope safer. Its not easy to make all those things happen at once, but chips that can help are starting to emerge.On Tuesday at ARM TechCon in Silicon Valley, ARM will introduce processors that are just a frac
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What OneNote's Math and Replay features say about the spotty state of Windows Ink One of the most significant features of Windows 10s Anniversary Update was the addition of pen computing, known as Windows Ink, which we criticized as falling short of the average consumers needs. We dont know whether any new inking features will be annou
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BlackBerry unveils the DTEK60, pledges a secure Android experience for $499 BlackBerry is back with another Android phone.This time its the DTEK60, the pricier sibling to the DTEK50 announced in July. This model offers better specs and comes in at $499, compared to the more modest $299 DTEK50.For the money you get a Snapdragon 82
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Google Messenger gets a new icon, interface cleanup, and preps for RCS messaging Google Messengers leap to version 2.0 brings a number of changes that tidy up the interface and prepare for a world of better messaging.The first thing youll notice is that the icon has been revamped, with a white message bubble inside of a dark blue circ
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Workstation software flaw exposes industrial control systems to hacking The software used to program and deploy code to various Schneider Electric industrial controllers has a weakness that could allow hackers to remotely take over engineering workstations.The software, known as Unity Pro, runs on PCs used by engineers and in
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